Thanks to all the attendees, our presenters and hosts who made our Seminars on 3/6 (at ADOT) and 4/9(at Queen Creek Town Hall) a success! We appreciate your willingness to learn about how to prevent pollution from construction sites from entering our waterways. The presentation slides are provided for your reference. A link is also provided to each STORM member's municipal requirements.
Thank you for attending our 2018 seminar for the construction industry. We appreciate our attendees, our hosts and volunteers, and those who took time from their day to cover topics from regulation, to code, to SWPPPs, and BMPs. Thank you presenters and facilitators, alike. Special thanks to Glendale Library and Gilbert Fire Administration for providing a safe and comfortable venue to optimize our learning! For questions regarding the content presented, please view the Presentation and/or contact the member city for more information.
This handy flip-guide may be helpful to stormwater inspectors of construction sites.
Stormwater Outreach for Regional Municipalities (STORM) hosted a FREE seminar on April 8, 2014 on how to comply with Arizona's General Permit for stormwater discharges from construction sites.
Stormwater Outreach for Regional Municipalities (STORM), an organization of Phoenix area municipalities and organizations, held a free seminar June 20, 2013, on how to comply with Arizona’s Multi–Sector General Permit for stormwater discharges from industrial facilities. Below are links to information on the seminar as well as the presentations.
The Arizona Statewide MS4 Summit was held on June 18, 2013. The summit was a stormwater meeting run by permittees for permittees to network, provide presentations and answer questions. Below are links to information on the seminar as well as the presentations.
STORM held it's 2nd Annual Maricopa County Regional Stormwater & Construction Seminar on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at the ADOT Human Resources Development Center in Phoenix. Below are links to information on the seminar as well as the presentations.
On June 1, 2011, STORM and the AZAGC held the 1st Annual Maricopa County Stormwater & Construction Seminar. The Arizona Department of Transportation provided the seminar room at no charge and STORM provided refreshments. This free seminar featured presentations by member municipalities, as well as county and state agency representatives regarding the AZPDES regulatory requirements unique to construction sites within Maricopa County. The seminar was very successful, with approximately 80 attendees.
Experts from a wide range of disciplines, from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to contractors and municipal workers who inspect construction sites for stormwater issues, came together to present on a range of stormwater related topics.