Providing a platform for Eastern Washington stormwater stakeholders to cooperatively participate in a transparent process to identify, discuss, and develop suggestions under consensus for submission to Ecology prior to the reissuance of the Eastern Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit.
2022 Training from the Department of Ecology and the City of Walla Walla
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. You can view all the content from this two-day training via the YouTube playlist linked to the left, or check out the full training page which includes several downloadable materials to help you get the most from this series.
Past Training from Herrera
In 2016 Herrera conducted a series of trainings focused on the fundamental principles of LID and their application. While older, this series is still relevant and you can access the archive here.
Eastern Washington MS4 Phase II 2019-2024 Permit Compliance tables were created by Eastern Washington Phase II permittee Wenatchee.
They are being shared for other Eastern Washington permittees use as a template for your programs.
The intent for sharing these templates is to aid in:
- Communicating stormwater permit obligations among department management, staff, decision-makers, and programs
- Identify resource and staffing needs
- Assigning roles and responsibilities among departments and staff
- Developing work programs and budgets
- Tracking permit compliance
- Generating annual reporting assignments
Each jurisdiction may need jurisdiction-specific adjustments/customizations (e.g., monitoring option selected, monitoring for SW WA permittees, secondary permittees, details on TMLD requirements, etc.)
Eastern Washington LID Guidance Manual
Eastern Washington MS4 Phase II 2019-2024 Permit Compliance table: the following compliance tables were created by Eastern Washington Phase II permittee Wenatchee. They are being shared for other Eastern Washington permittees to use as a template for your programs.