Whether you attended the conference live or weren’t able to make it this year, we’re excited to tell you that all the great content from Municon 2021 is now available on our YouTube channel and the Municon 2021 page!
Source Control Inspection Training
Are you supporting a Phase II jurisdiction with developing and implementing source control inspections? Join us for one of four free in-person trainings offered in October 2022. Objectives of this training include discussing key topics in the NPDES Phase II permit; providing an overview of the Source Control Inspection Program Guidance Manual; highlighting critical items related to developing an inspection program and conducting inspections; providing peer-to-peer learning opportunities; and practicing using inspection forms, asking questions, and identifying potential issues.
The Washington Stormwater Center is inviting contractors to review a series of FREE webinars that will give you the tools to prevent pollution on your construction sites. Hosted by stormwater professionals working across Western Washington, these webinars will provide helpful tips and examples to contractors and designers.
Pollution Prevention for Farmers Markets & Food Trucks
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.
Training took place on March 22, and March 23, 2022
The WSC partnered with the Department of Ecology to develop a Plan Reviewer Training. This training is intended to provide municipal staff whose primary function is to review plans with a general overview of how to review a plan set to ensure compliance with the Permits.
Bioretention Hydrologic Performance Study II Presentation
Through the SAM funding process, supported by Western Washington permittees, our team has been conducting hydrologic monitoring, infiltration studies, plant community development, and modeling comparison of ten newly designed and built bioretention projects throughout the Puget Sound Basin.
This presentation provides an introduction to the 2019 Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington (SWMMWW). The talk includes a discussion of changes from the 2014 SWMMWW, a description of how to identify the appropriate Minimum Requirements for a project, a discussion of the criteria within the Minimum Requirements, and a presentation of how to move through the Minimum Requirements for two example projects.
Spill Response Equipment, Tools, and Training presented at the ROAD Map Oct. 21, 2020
The Washington Stormwater Center—in partnership with the City of SeaTac, with funding provided by the Washington State Department of Ecology—held Washington State Municipal Stormwater Conference, now referred to as MuniCon 2019.
The Washington Stormwater Center—in partnership with the City of Yakima, with funding provided by the Washington State Department of Ecology—held Washington State Municipal Stormwater Conference, now referred to as MuniCon 2017.
The Washington Stormwater Center—in partnership with the City of Puyallup, The Association of Washington Cities, the Washington State Association of Counties, and the Puget Sound Partnership, with funding provided by the Washington State Department of Ecology—held the Inaugural Washington State Municipal Stormwater Conference.