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Education & Outreach

This page is designed to give municipal stormwater permittees access to educational and outreach materials available for use across the state. Multiple categories of educational and outreach materials will be hosted and highlighted to facilitate the state’s municipal stormwater jurisdiction permittees in fulfilling their educational outreach requirements.

For assistance or more information about the Education & Outreach Program please contact:

Anne Melrose

Education & Outreach Coordinator

  • Preventing pollution is an important part of doing business at any farmer’s market, special event, or food truck location. Help protect clean water this season and make the most of your time outdoors with FREE webinars from the Washington Stormwater Center.

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  • Explore interactive maps for local watersheds that tell their story. This can include its history, areas impacted by pollutants, how it is influenced by development, and much more.

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  • Most of the pollution reaching Puget Sound is carried there in stormwater runoff. Uncovered and leaking dumpsters can cause pollutants like chemicals, bacteria, and organic matter to end up in stormwater runoff. Rainwater mixed with trash can leak out and spill onto impervious surfaces that drain to the stormwater system when dumpsters are serviced.

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  • Most stormwater management efforts have focused on urban watersheds due to the high densities of people, pollutant sources, and impervious areas. However, rural stormwater runoff can harm rural properties and roadways and degrade rural water quality.

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STORM is a coalition of 81 Western Washington jurisdictions that work together to create effective, regionally consistent, and cost-efficient education and outreach programs and messaging. STORM services help jurisdictions meet their Municipal Stormwater Permit requirements and provide professional development opportunities to staff.

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Eastern Washington E&O Stormwater Work Group

Education & Outreach focused information sharing and networking for Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permittees jurisdictions in Eastern Washington.

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Stormwater Partners

Stormwater Partners of Southwest Washington is an independent coalition of jurisdictions, agencies, and non-profit organizations working together to protect water quality and watersheds in SW Washington. Efforts focus on collaborative education and outreach strategies to address permit needs.

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E&O Video Content