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Municipal Training & Events

 MuniCon 2021 is Virtual — April 5-8, 2021

The Washington Stormwater Center is pleased to announce the 2021 Washington Statewide Municipal Stormwater Conference (MuniCon). The goal of this conference is to provide the Washington municipal stormwater community an opportunity to communicate, coordinate, and exchange approaches and tools for addressing priority issues and challenges faced by municipal stormwater permittees in Eastern and Western Washington. MuniCon 2021 is scheduled for April 5 – 8, 2021 as a virtual (web-based) conference.

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UPCOMING TRAININGS

PAST TRAININGS

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.

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Site Plan Review/SWMMWW

11/17/20 Training by Doug Howie, Ecy

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

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Western WA State Plan Review Training

This training is intended to provide municipal staff whose primary function is to review plans for a general overview of how to review a plan set to ensure compliance with the Permits.

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Municipal Stormwater Conference 2019

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.

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Municipal Stormwater Conference 2017

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.

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Municipal Stormwater Conference 2014

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.

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