What is RainReady?

CNT's RainReady? initiative helps individuals and communities work together to find solutions to the problems of too much or too little water.

To find out more about the program, please visit the official site.

Midlothian Adopts RainReady Plan

On January 28th, 2016, Midlothian became the first in the nation to adopt the

RainReady Plan.

A press release issued by the Center for Neighborhood Technology outlines the over $1.3 million dollars in outside funds already secured for the plan as well as the $8.3 million dollars expected to be approved.

For more information...

Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT)
RainReady Midlothian Community Meeting
Village of Midlothian Existing Plans
RainReady Midlothian Interim Report - June 2015
The Suburb That’s Reinventing Resilience (Molly Oshun/CNT Blog) - 1/28/16

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD)
Natalie Creek Project (Midlothian Flooding Analysis) - 3/12/15
Natalie Creek Preliminary Engineering Project (Final Public Meeting Report) - 8/27/15
Natalie Creek Final Design Engineering Project5/31/17
Natalie Creek Project Easement Notice - 7/31/17

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)
Midlothian 147th Street Corridor Plan Presentation - 6/14/17
Stormwater Management Capital Plan - Adopted 5/8/19

US Army Corps of Engineers
Midlothian Flooding Analysis