Stormwater Management Assessment
The overall project goal is to complete a comprehensive assessment of stormwater management policies and practices and revise appropriate documents to provide an integrated, "watershed wise" approach that is technically sound, cost effective and practical to implement, resulting in more "sustainable" stormwater systems.
It is also a goal of this project to create an open, responsive process that allows all interested parties to participate through appropriate levels of commitment and to adequately exchange information about the project. Please feel free to contribute to the completion of this project through participation in our stakeholder meetings, public meetings or by membership in an "issue group".
Current Project Status (June 9th):
Completed Phase 1 - Data Collection and Scoping
Concluding Phase 2 - Analysis
Continuing Phase 3 - Document Development
Presentations describing project progress and recommendations have been made to the Executive Leadership Team (March 29th), the Fountain Creek Watershed District Board (April 22nd) and the City/County Drainage Board (June 2nd). These presentations were very similar, but the most comprehensive presentation was made to the Drainage Board. The project summary and presentation provided to the Drainage Board, in addition to the meeting minutes, are here:
Project Summary to Drainage Board (December 2, 2011)
Presentation to Drainage Board (June 2, 2011)
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To more comprehensively address stormwater management issues related to site planning, floodplain administration, project phasing and watershed-wide application "spin-off" projects have been identified. These projects and estimated to require about $275,000 in additional funding which is being pursued.
To access draft Drainage Criteria Manuals click below:
Additional project information is available in the PDF documents linked below.
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