Has anyone had any success applying Stormwater Treatment Control Measures or LID measures on a typical medium-density housing subdivision in California, more specifically Stanislaus or San Joaquin County? With a typical lot being 50'x100', it seems to be difficult to treat and retain the required stormwater volume. We have tried to propose bioretention areas at the front of the lots, but ran into many conflicts with dry utilities and required street tree requirements. Just curious to hear about a success story that both the developer, utility companies, and city have agreed on.
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