STORM is available to attend regional events to provide education and opportunities for event attendees to participate in STORM's program. These events are usually attended by members from several communities providing a regional approach to the education and participation aspects of members' programs. These events are effective providing opportunities for question and answer, including games where event handouts are distributed by answering trivia questions.
Events that STORM has supported include, but are not limited to:
If you are interested in having STORM attend an event, please contact a Board Member by visiting the Board of Directors page.
STORM members often hold local events that provide them an opportunity to target event attendees from their own communities. Members can reserve the STORM banners and are provided with an allotment of promotional items for distribution.
Member events include, but are not limited to:
If you are interested in having STORM community member attend an event, visit the Members & Sponsors page and click on the appropriate community's logo for further information.
STORM developed display boards (banners) for members to use at community outreach events.
Banner 1 - This banner aids members in educating event attendees on the difference between a sanitary sewer system (which receives treatment before discharging into the environment) and the storm sewer system (which offers no formal form of treatment before discharging.
Banner 2 – This banner provides information on common stormwater pollutants and allows members to educate event attendees on steps they can take and alternatives available to limit adding pollutants to stormwater.
STORM has developed various promotional items that usually provide the STORM logo, website address, and motto or mission statement. These are distributed at regional and local events as a method of attracting the attention of event attendees, allowing STORM members an opportunity for attendees to participate in members' stormwater programs. Promotional items developed include, but are not limited to: pencils; pens; refrigerator magnets; magnetic clips; bags on board.