The new Jeffords Hall building on the University of Vermont campus in Burlington, Vermont includes some landscaping designed to slow down runoff and infiltrate it into the groundwater. Runoff from the area would otherwise probably end up in Centennial Brook, the Winooski River, and then Lake Champlain.
This area collects water from a roadway. It isn't really a rain garden since there are drains in the low spots, but this landscaping still allows some of the runoff to slow down and enter the soil.
This large area has a small constructed 'creek' flowing through it. I think it could have used a few more meanders but it is still a nice feature.
It has been fairly dry since I got back to Vermont, but I will be documenting how these features and others nearby respond to rainfall and snow.