Realtors, County Residents, Home Owner Association (HOA) leaders and Property Managers

WSA is Here To Help!

Since 2009, new developments are required to manage their stormwater by using Best Management Practices (BMPs). Property Owners are required to maintain BMPs, and sites are inspected every three years by Anne Arundel County inspectors. WSA partnered with HOA leaders, development professionals, property managers, environmental experts, and Anne Arundel County staff to develop a seminar series – Stormwater Success – to help county residents, property managers and HOA leaders navigate the inspection process.
A new addition this yearStormwater Success 201 for Realtors provides important background for agents selling homes with BMPs.

Which learning path is right for YOU?

All courses require completion of Stormwater Success 101 as a first step.
Stormwater Success 101self-guided through May 3
Does your community have stormwater management ponds, bioretention areas or infiltration trenches? Do you belong to a community that would like to do a stormwater restoration project or install rain gardens or drywells? This introductory, virtual 2-hour course is designed to give busy HOA leaders and property managers a basic understanding of community stormwater management.
May 3, 6:00pm-8:00pm – Millersville, MD
This in-person two-hour course is tailored for leaders and property managers of communities that were built after Maryland’s 2007 Stormwater Act was adopted and have stormwater BMPs associated with ESD, including rain gardens, bio-swales and infiltration areas.
May 3, 6:00pm-8:00pm – Millersville, MD
This advanced course is tailored to Realtors who may be selling properties in Anne Arundel County with BMPs installed on them. This course offers more in-depth instruction at an in-person seminar that culminates in a question and answer session with County inspectors and stormwater management professionals.
May 7, 9:00am-12:00pm – Severn, MD
This is an interactive tour of BMPs from bio-swales to dry ponds in a community in Severn, Maryland. It is conducted by insightful stormwater professionals and county inspectors. There will be ample opportunity to ask questions and discuss topics introduced in other Stormwater Success courses.
Learn more about the whole suite of Stormwater Success learning offerings here – spaces are filling fast!