Municipal Resource Program

The Municipal Resource Program provides information, fosters collaboration, and offers guidance on new permit requirements and stormwater management solutions.

Business Resource Program

Second in our series of Innovative BMP Videos: Watch this video about this inexpensive, innovative and effective treatment device invented at the Port of Seattle!

Register for the 2017 Statewide LID Training Program!

Trainings will be held in Bellingham, Seattle, Vancouver, and Olympia beginning in January. Select trainings will also be held in Eastern WA.

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We partner with the Department of Ecology to certify new stormwater treatment devices for use use in Washington State, as well as foster the development and use of new stormwater technologies.

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The Washington Stormwater Center, in partnership with Yakima County and the Department of Ecology, is pleased to announce the second Washington State Municipal Stormwater Conference!

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2017 Municipal Stormwater Conference

Many Reasons to PLAN your Attendance!

  • Focused on Washington NPDES permit challenges statewide.  Stormwater managers/staff share unique lessons and experiences.
  • The conference dives deep into current municipal stormwater issues, presented by other municipal stormwater permittees facing the same challenges.
  • It offers unparalleled networking opportunities with stormwater managers across the state.

The session schedule for the Conference has been finalized. Visit the Conference page for details.

Day 1 (Workshops) | Day 2 (Topical Tracks)

Statewide LID Training is now available!

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The Department of Ecology will host a series of technical trainings on multiple LID topics throughout the state. The program has been created to assist the design, implementation, and maintenance community with proper design, build, and maintenance of facilities that are aligned with Low Impact Development (LID) best management practices (BMPs). Trainings are going to be offered at three levels: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced.

Visit the LID Training Program page to learn more, and register today!

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