The impact of stormwater runoff on the environment is a growing concern in Montgomery County and the Chesapeake Bay. Community engagement is a key component to mitigating this impact, and active, passionate individuals have the ability to inspire others to change their behavior. It is the intent of the DEP to influence social change by utilizing these individuals to integrate personal fulfillment through watershed protection activities to reduce stormwater pollution. This will results in achieving a stronger sense of community within the County, allowing all stakeholders to reap the benefits of cleaner, healthier watersheds. To achieve the desired social change, the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection developed: 1) a "Good Neighbors" Workshop Series, 2) a Stakeholder Eco-Workshop, 3) a Culturally-Diverse Environmental Event and 4) a Sustainable Watershed Forum.