Have any properties qualified for mitigation credits?
Yes, there have been properties that have qualified for mitigation credits. In 1986, regulations required the construction of a mitigation pond on certain properties as a part of their permit or development order. Approximately 350 parcels have been identified that have a functioning stormwater pond. These parcels have been given a 31.8% mitigation credit; some of these ponds may be eligible for additional credit. They may submit documentation provided by a professional engineer that demonstrates that additional treatment capacity, attenuation, or storage has been provided beyond the regulations adopted in 1986.

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1. What are mitigation credits?
2. Who is eligible for a mitigation credit?
3. There is a pond on my property, but it is overgrown with vegetation. Is it eligible for a credit?
4. What is a stormwater mitigation facility?
5. Construction of a pond was required as a part of the permit for development of my property, but is now maintained by the city. Is it eligible for a mitigation credit?
6. What activities does the city's Stormwater Management Program include?
7. Have any properties qualified for mitigation credits?
8. What are adjustments?
9. What type of stormwater attribute might lead to the granting of an adjustment to the assessment?
10. How can I get additional information on the city's Mitigation Credit and Adjustment Policy?