November 2023 Community Update


Upcoming Virtual Community Meeting

Join the Greenvest team on Tuesday, December 12, at 7 p.m. for a virtual meeting with Goshen Estates residents and neighbors. GreenVest will share project and construction updates, solicit feedback and answer your questions. Visit to RSVP and receive Zoom login credentials.

Current Project Phase

Design & Permitting

Progress Brief

  • GreenVest has completed concept plans for the Miracle Drive and Plum Creek Drive Stream Restoration Projects based on input received during initial community meetings. These plans have been reviewed and approved by the County.
  • In preparation for the initial concept plan, our team completed several onsite assessments to understand, preserve and enhance the existing site while minimizing community impacts. This work included baseline data collection, Natural Resource Inventories (NRI), geomorphic assessments, hydrologic assessments, floodplain studies and preliminary hydraulic studies, all of which allowed us to create concept designs that achieve project goals while minimizing impacts to trees and other natural resources.
  • GreenVest hosted a community meeting on June 20th to share project plans, solicit feedback and answer resident questions. This information was integrated into the eventual concept designs submitted to the County.

Next Steps

  • GreenVest is developing the next set of design plans as part of the overall design process. These plans are known as the semi-final design plans and include an enhanced level of design detail, additional measures for forest conservation, and descriptions of erosion and sediment control activities.
  • GreenVest will hold a second (virtual) public meeting on Tuesday, December 12, at 7 p.m. to review and discuss draft design plans. Visit to RSVP and receive Zoom login credentials.
  • Construction is anticipated to begin in Winter 2025, before which residents will be invited to join GreenVest for a pre-construction walk. Click here to sign up for construction alerts and meeting updates.


Ask questions, find project details or speak directly with members of the Project team through any of the resources and contact methods below.

Project website:

Call or text: 240-690-5848


**Click here to sign up for semi-regular project updates and/or construction text alerts.**


Calling All Montgomery County-Based Artists!

The Montgomery County DEP, Montgomery County Health and Human Services – MD and Latino Health Initiative, in collaboration with the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, recently announced a new climate resiliency-themed Artist Residency at HHS’ 1301 Piccard Dr. facility in Rockville. The goal is to build community resilience among County residents most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. View the complete RFQ here.

Montgomery County Nonprofits May Be Eligible for Clean Water Montgomery Grants

The “Clean Water Montgomery Grant Program” supports nonprofit organizations working to address stormwater runoff and pollution in the County through projects like tree planting, permeable pavement and litter reduction. Follow the link to learn more about program eligibility and deadlines. Read more >


What is Stream Restoration?

Stream Restoration is a set of techniques used to protect property, existing natural resources, and infrastructure by reducing stream bank erosion, minimizing the down-cutting of stream beds and restoring natural stream ecosystems.

What is Outfall Stabilization?

Outfall Stabilization includes constructing a stable channel that extends from an upland stormwater pipe outfall to a receiving stream channel. It provides a permanently stable stormwater conveyance through engineering practices such as grading, step-pools, cascades and/or rock stream bank protection.

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