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Municipal Permit Assistance

Municon 2023 First Look!

Details are now available for The Washington Stormwater Center’s 2023 Municipal conference, including a call for abstracts, who should submit them, vendor information, exhibitor guidance, and sponsorship opportunities.

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Stormwater Talk

These presentations offer the opportunity to hear from stormwater professionals across the state of Washington as they share lessons learned through their own programs and projects. Each features relevant topics on research, new technology, and MS4 permit issues presented by stormwater professionals and permittees.

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The Municipal Permit Assistance program is a resource for NPDES Municipal Separate Stormwater System (MS4) Permit holders statewide. We provide stormwater management, education, outreach, and compliance assistance through a variety of services, products/projects, and activities.  This web page has links to those resources and provides a bridge between regulatory authorities and municipalities who must comply with the MS4 permits.
For assistance or more information about the Municipal Stormwater Program please contact:

Laurie Larson-Pugh

Municipal Resource Program Manager

(253) 445-4593

Noteworthy News

Peer to Peer Sharing

February 19, 2021

EPA Updates EJSCREEN, Community EJ Mapping Tool

October 29, 2020

Pierce County COVID-19 Vehicle Adaptation

October 12, 2020

A Spill Kit Program Success Story

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Training & Events

Stormwater events and trainings.

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Resources

Tools, training materials, and guidance manuals that assist municipalities to meet permit obligations.

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Permit Services

General permit assistance information

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Municipal Bulletin Archive

The Municipal Bulletin is not a newsletter, rather a resource to share research, peer-to-peer information expertise, training opportunities/outreach materials, job posts, and requests for information for municipal permittees in the bi-weekly municipal Bulletin.

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