Can my existing best management practice (rain garden, detention pond, permeable pavement, etc.) be used?

Your existing best management practice may qualify for a credit if it was built to the required credit design standards, has been properly maintained, and functions as it was designed to function. Your existing best management practice must have its original capacity to qualify.

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1. Can my existing best management practice (rain garden, detention pond, permeable pavement, etc.) be used?
2. Can brick or gravel be considered permeable?
3. If I drain my downspouts to grass, do I need to pay the utility fee?
4. Are there options for residents with low or fixed income?
5. If I drain to a creek, ravine, pond or lake, am I exempt from paying or would I qualify for a credit/grant?
6. If I construct a best management practice because it’s mandated by ordinance, can I receive a grant or credit?