Storm-water runoff from the Woodbridge neighborhood of the City of Shoreview had previously been managed through culverts and other hydraulic structures. In adherence to the Clean Water Act, many watersheds instituted limits to the percentage of storm water that may be allowed into certain lakes and rivers. To minimize this run-off and the associated impacts and in accordance with the City’s sustainable design policy, the City of Shoreview built the Woodbridge neighborhood local roads using pervious concrete pavements in 2008. Pervious concrete pavements exhibit high hydraulic conductivity and high sound absorption coefficient in local or low volume roads. They also provide cost savings through the minimization of hydraulic structures.