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A rain garden is a landscaped depression that captures rain water runoff from roofs, driveways/sidewalks, streets or compacted yards (impervious surfaces). The rainfall runoff captured in a rain garden is temporarily ponded, before infiltrating/percolating down through the soil. The installation of a rain garden helps restore a landscape's ability to manage water more sustainably by allowing rainfall to be absorbed through the soil to recharge groundwater and minimize stormwater runoff. Use the link provided for additional information on storm retention and rain gardens,
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The Residential Rate is $6 per month which equals on ERU (Equal Residential Unit = 2,973 square feet of impervious surface area). The Commercial rate is $6 per ERU (2,973 square feet of impervious surface area) each month.