Join the Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC), the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts Office of Fishing and Boating Access (OFBA), and Horsley Witten Group to review the 25% design plans for the proposed stormwater management project at Willimantic Drive on Shubael Pond.

The APCC’s Stormwater Management at Public Boat Ramps Program aims to address  stormwater management at public boat ramps, locations of direct discharge with little to no treatment of stormwater. The goal of this program is to complete a regional assessment and prioritization to inform development of conceptual and permit-ready designs for stormwater management at priority boat ramp sites. Green infrastructure stormwater systems that use soils and native plants for pollution removal will be designed to maximize nutrient and bacteria reduction to improve water quality.

The APCC is working with state and municipal staff and seeking input from local pond and watershed associations, businesses, residents, and community groups associated with high priority sites to inform final site selection and stormwater system design.

As such, the first public participation meeting for the Willimantic Drive Boat Ramp Stormwater Project will be held virtually, via Zoom:

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

2:00PM ET

Register for Virtual Zoom Meeting, here:

The Tuesday, March 26th meeting will provide an overview of the project goals and existing conditions before presenting the 25% design plans for proposed stormwater management upgrades. There will also be an opportunity for public comments and questions.

If you have any questions or wish to receive project updates, please contact Jordan Mora, APCC Restoration Ecologist at

Willimantic Public Meeting