Stormwater Pond Management in South Carolina and Beyond

Mick RibaultPond Management

The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium is a science-based state agency that publishes the quarterly Coastal Heritage. Dragonfly Pond Works was featured in their in-depth article regarding stormwater pond management. The article discusses the history of stormwater management in South Carolina over the last several decades and the challenges HOA’s face in maintaining stormwater systems. It highlights our low impact, cost-effective sediment removal service that we utilized to restore a 75 acre dammed lake in Goose Creek, SC. The article is a highly informative resource for anyone interested in stormwater pond management, especially for HOA’s that may be unprepared when developers transfer maintenance responsibilities to them. The article can be found here.

Stormwater pond sediment removal through hydraulic dredging, by Dragonfly Pond Works.

Stormwater pond sediment removal through hydraulic dredging, by Dragonfly Pond Works.

About Dragonfly Pond Works’ Stormwater Pond Management

Dragonfly Pond Works helps clients discover their sanctuary. We are an environmental services company that customizes water beautification solutions, creating natural pond, lake, and wetland refuges for residents, property owners, and community members to enjoy. Our practices work in harmony with nature, but also within your budget.


From Maryland to Florida, Dragonfly Pond Works serves clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region, including corporate, commercial and public accounts, residential customers, and homeowner associations. We provide stormwater pond management services throughout South Carolina, based out of Charleston. We also provide stormwater pond management throughout North Carolina, in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Charlotte, and Wilmington. Our stormwater pond and lake management services can also be found throughout Florida, in Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Naples, Sarasota, and Fort Myers. Additionally, stormwater management services in Atlanta, Georgia, Virginia, and Maryland. We strive to develop long-term relationships based on quality work, timely service, cost efficiency, and of course, trust. Please contact us if you would like to learn how we can help you create a beautiful space and sanctuary.

Thank you to the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium.

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Holleman, J. (2018, April 23). Stormwater Ponds: The Coast Re-Plumbed. Retrieved from