WRA engaged with the client and project engineer to integrate stormwater treatment bioretention basins and swales into the trail and streetscape corridor.Permits, planting plans, and details for riparian mitigation were integrated into the trail corridor and serve as a community asset.Curb cuts along the entry road to the housing community allow stormwater to flow from the road into the bioretention treatment swale and basin.The stormwater is collected in a basin which is planted with native wetland plants creating a beautiful amenity for the community as well as enhancing the ecological value of the facility.Native plants are thrive when they are correctly selected for a site’s hydrology and habitat, creating a beautiful and natural asset for the neighborhood.