Stormwater Design and Permitting Process

Calling all architects, engineers, landscape professionals, local government staff, stormwater professionals, property managers and owners, land use planners, developers, contractors and construction managers! Come gain new insights and design solutions from local professionals, learn the benefits of using Low Impact Development (LID) designs, get lessons from the planning desk with local agency staff, and see local examples of LID projects that meet the new post-construction requirements.

This all day workshop will help smooth the stormwater design and permit process by bringing together local professionals and agency staff to share strategies and tools for improving the permit process.Registration is REQUIRED. The cost of the workshop is $15.00 and includes a light breakfast and bagged lunch.

Funding for the event is through a Proposition 84 Stormwater grant awarded to the County of Santa Cruz. This grant also includes funding for four demonstration projects that include good stormater

Calming the Storm

Strategies and Tools for Easing the Stormwater Design and Permitting Process

Thursday, June 25, 2015
$15 includes light breakfast & lunch.
You can register by clicking here or by calling 464-2950 x22
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Community Rooms @ Civic Center Plaza
275 Main St., 4th Floor

–New insights and design solutions from local professionals

–Benefits of using Low Impact Development (LID)

–Lessons from the planning desk: getting to know agency staff

–Learn by example: local LID projects that meet the new post-construction requirements

This  workshop is sponsored by:

Monterey Regional Stormwater Alliance, Ecology Action, Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County, City of Santa Cruz, California Water Boards, County of Santa Cruz, City of Watsonville & Scotts Valley Water District.

 Who should attend

  • Architects & Engineers
  • Landscape Professionals
  • Local Agency Staff
  • Stormwater Professionals
  • Property Managers & Owners
  • Land Use Planners & Developers
  • Contractors and Construction ManagersLIDgraphic2

Presentation Topics

  • Lessons Learned from the Field
  • Local Design Requirements
  • Site Soil Testing Methodologies
  • Case Studies and Local Projects
  • “Passive” Landscapes for Permits
  • Uses for Various Stormwater Calculators
  • Permitting Rain Catchment for Indoor Uses

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