Pervious concrete is a type of concrete that is of high porosity, allowing for high volumes of water drainage. People in the Puget Sound, or in regions that are wet and rainy, could benefit greatly from adding pervious concrete to their property. The long rainy seasons in the Puget Sound makes water accumulate in unwanted areas, causing damage to the existing structure and lots. Pervious concrete resolves this issue by acting as a low-impact storm water management tool that reduces water runoff and disperses groundwater efficiently. By eliminating stormwater retention, owners can save valuable lots, which, can be worth more than the entire pervious system itself. For these reasons, environmentally friendly, pervious concrete makes complete sense through and through and is a logical option for many commercial and residential structures in our rainy region.