National LID Atlas

The National Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas is an interactive webmap highlighting examples of innovative stormwater projects around the U.S. It contains 850 points that highlight vegetated swales, rain gardens, green roofs, permeable pavement, and other low-impact/green infrastructure practices. The map can be sorted by type of practice, state, and land-use type. State-specific versions of the atlas that enable searching by town can also be embedded in individual websites.

The atlas was built by the National NEMO Network and is managed by the Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR) at the University of Connecticut. Projects are added to the map by NEMO Network members and other authorized users. To include sites, fill out this online form, or contact david.dickson@uconn.edu.