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This page contains interesting stories about permeable pavement. If you have a good story, send us a link using the Comment box and we will consider including it on this page.
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There are hundreds of permeable pavement applications in Minnesota.  Examples will be updated as more information is gathered. For now, here are a few examples:
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This page contains interesting stories about <span title="Permeable pavements allow stormwater runoff to filter through surface voids into an underlying stone reservoir for temporary storage and/or infiltration. The most commonly used permeable pavement surfaces are pervious concrete, porous asphalt, and permeable interlocking concrete pavers (PICP)."> '''[https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Permeable_pavement permeable pavement]'''</span>.
  
*The City of Shoreview has 5 permeable pavement installations.  The Dale Street Alley has 12 foot wide pervious concrete; the intersection near Shamrock Park has porous asphalt; the Woodbridge Neighborhood has pervious concrete; the public works facility has pervious concrete and the Oakridge Avenue project uses a 20 foot wide permeable concrete block system (PaveDrain).  For information on any of these projects, contact Shoreview City Public Works Director, Mark Maloney at mmaloney@shoreviewmn.gov.  The City of Shoreview has additional information about permeable roadways on their [http://www.shoreviewmn.gov/departments/public-works/our-story/pervious-roadway#ad-image-5/ web site.] 
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*Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District office has 2 permeable pavement installations. Porous asphalt was installed at the District Office in 2005.  For details about this application, go to [http://www.rwmwd.org/vertical/Sites/%7BAB493DE7-F6CB-4A58-AFE0-56D80D38CD24%7D/uploads/%7B82D0DA20-EBBB-4A71-8970-CD62C7ECCFFC%7D.PDF/ the Watershed District's web site].  Additionally, in 2014, the District installed a PaveDrain system on an acquired portion of their existing property. PaveDrain permeable pavers are a relatively new product and the District was interested in using them as a demonstration project. 
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*[http://issuu.com/minnesotanla/docs/mnla_scoop_nov14?e=1692511/9919077/ The Effectiveness of Permeable Pavers] on page 22 of the November edition of the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association newsletter. 
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[[File:Bike lane st paul.JPG|right|thumb|200 px|alt=This image shows a bike lane in St Paul MN|<font size=3>A bike lane in St Paul MN</font size>]]
  
*[http://stillwatergazette.com/2013/12/15/holey-pavement-excites/ Holey pavement–it excites me]
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*The City of St. Paul constructed two way, off street bike trails along portions of Jackson Street, Kellogg Boulevard, St. Peter Street, 9th Street and 10th Street using porous asphalt. For more information [https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/public-works/transportation-and-transit/bike-saint-paul/capital-city-bikeway link here].
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*The City of Shoreview has 5 permeable pavement installations.  The Dale Street Alley has 12 foot wide pervious concrete; the intersection near Shamrock Park has porous asphalt; the Woodbridge Neighborhood has pervious concrete; the public works facility has pervious concrete and the Oakridge Avenue project uses a 20 foot wide permeable concrete block system (PaveDrain). For more information see the following links.
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**[https://mntransportationresearch.org/2018/08/22/pervious-concrete-pavement-reduces-runoff-into-shoreview-lake/ PERVIOUS CONCRETE PAVEMENT REDUCES RUNOFF INTO SHOREVIEW LAKE]
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**[https://nextcity.org/urbanist-news/how-a-twin-cities-suburb-has-led-the-way-with-permeable-pavement How a Twin Cities Suburb Has Led The Way With Permeable Pavement]
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**[http://www.dot.state.mn.us/research/reports/2017/201747.pdf Seven Year Performance of City of Shoreview's Pervious Concrete Project]
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**[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onLhOrSoRLQ Shoreview Pervious Concrete Success Story] (YouTube video)
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[[File:Pave Drain Installation.png|300px|thumb|alt=photo of pave drain|<font size=3>Permeable Pavers at Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District.  Photo Courtesy of Paige Ahlborg</font size>]]
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*Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District office has 2 permeable pavement installations. Porous asphalt was installed at the District Office in 2005.  For details about this application, go to [https://rwmwd.org/projects/district-office-site/ the Watershed District's web site].  Additionally, in 2014, the District installed a PaveDrain system on an acquired portion of their existing property. At the time PaveDrain permeable pavers were a relatively new product and the District was interested in using them as a demonstration project.
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*The City of Waconia has two permeable concrete block (PaveDrain) systems in place.  One is located at [https://test-bmenk.bolton-menk.com/real-solutions/civil-municipal-engineering/waconia-fountain-park-pond-improvements/ Fountain Park] and the other is at the Iron Tap Brewery.
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*The [http://maplewoodmn.gov/455/Pervious-Pavement/ City of Maplewood] has three permeable pavement systems: Maplewood Public Works parking lot, Geranium Park parking lot and Maplewood Nature Center. 
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*[https://www.legacy.mn.gov/projects/400-project City of Plymouth porous pavement and reinforced turf]
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*[https://www.mnla.biz/blogpost/1133911/195198/Effectiveness-of-Permeable-Pavers The Effectiveness of Permeable Pavers] (Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association newsletter).
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*Stillwater permeable pavement links
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**[https://www.hometownsource.com/stillwater_gazette/opinion/columnists/holey-pavement--it-excites-me/article_d1ef297d-a4a6-53db-b515-8b4d2f4eba42.html Holey pavement–it excites me]
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**[http://www.dot.state.mn.us/research/reports/2020/202015.pdf Permeable Pavement for Road Salt Reduction]
  
*[http://bwsr.state.mn.us/cleanwaterfund/stories/factsheets/2013/cwa/City%20of%20Plymouth_400%20Project_CWF13-154_CWA.pdf City of Plymouth porous pavement and reinforced turf]
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==Related pages==
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*[[Overview for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Types of permeable pavement]]
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*[[Design criteria for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Construction specifications for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Assessing the performance of permeable pavement]]
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*[[Operation and maintenance of permeable pavement]]
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*[[Calculating credits for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Case studies for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Green Infrastructure benefits of permeable pavement]]
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*[[Summary of permit requirements for infiltration]]
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*[[Permeable pavement photo gallery]]
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*[[Additional considerations for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Links for permeable pavement]]
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*[[References for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Fact sheets for permeable pavement]]
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*[[Requirements, recommendations and information for using permeable pavement BMPs in the MIDS calculator]]
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[https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php?title=Permeable_pavement Permeable pavement main page]
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Latest revision as of 20:09, 20 July 2022

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This page contains interesting stories about permeable pavement.

Green Infrastructure: Permeable pavement can be an important tool for retention and detention of stormwater runoff. Permeable pavement may provide additional benefits, including reducing the need for de-icing chemicals, and providing a durable and aesthetically pleasing surface.
Caution: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
This image shows a bike lane in St Paul MN
A bike lane in St Paul MN
photo of pave drain
Permeable Pavers at Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District. Photo Courtesy of Paige Ahlborg


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This page was last edited on 20 July 2022, at 20:09.