Homeowner Associations (HOA)

Row of homes. As members of your Homeowner Association, you set the example for your neighborhood when you make good decisions regarding maintenance of stormwater BMPs. Stormwater Ponds help us to manage flooding and water quality, which sometimes require considerations and operations. Use the following resources to help you in your maintenance planning and decision making process.

Pond Management Resources

We partner with the Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium Clemson's Carolina Clear Program and other agencies to bring your resources and programs to help with pond management. 

Clemson has created a Pond Management Website full of resources, inspection checklists, and helpful tips for geese problems, erosion issues and other common problems to help you with your efforts.


Master Pond Manager Course

Do you own or manage a pond? Do you understand how your pond functions? Do you want to know more? Our Clemson education partner is offering a course in pond management. This course has two options; one for professionals with pesticides licenses - and one for everyone else! Visit the course website for more information.

SAVE THE DATE - November -14th -  2018 Pond Conference!

Subscribe to our calendar for more information! As we work on developing this education opportunity, the registration and agenda links will be posted. 
If you missed the prior conferences - the resources are still available!

2014 Pond Conference Presentations 
2016 Pond Conference Presentations

Other Resources for Pond and BMP owners:

Please visit our "Post-Construction Process" page to find out more information on BMP maintenance requirements for your neighborhood. Neighborhoods built after 2007, and which implemented some type of BMP, will be responsible for annual inspections and periodic maintenance to ensure BMP function and performance.

Contact the Stormwater Division office for information on implementation and maintenance of BMPs in your neighborhood. Reach us at 843-856-2157.