- Workshop Manual: Stormwater Management (pdf)
This workshop focuses on understanding the issues related to stormwater and provides steps to manage and reduce problems resulting from stormwater. We give guidance for managing stormwater in relation to roadway infrastructure and practices of local highway departments, from planning to maintenance. We discuss management and structural alternatives to give local officials a better understanding of what is available and what they can do to improve their approach to, and maintenance of, the watershed they live in.
Who Should Attend
Highway and public works officials, superintendents, crew leaders, field supervisors, and anyone else interested in learning about the fundamental concepts, management and maintenance of stormwater. This course is geared to provide a practical understanding of stormwater.
The bottom line
By learning best practices of stormwater management, you can minimize the impact of a destructive storm when it happens. Know the regulations and permits related from stormwater management to protect you from litigation.
Geoffrey Scott, P.E., is the Technical Assistance Engineer for the Cornell Local Roads Program. Geoffrey has over 13 years working as a consultant to municipalities preparing stormwater related design plans for roadways, drainage systems, and erosion control plans, and has developed and maintained multiple Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans for municipal facilities and construction projects in New York and Connecticut.
- Stormwater Runoff
- Watershed Characteristics
- Existing and Changing Weather Patterns
- Regulations & Permits
- Stormwater Management
- Erosion and Sediment Control
- Routine Inspections
- Basics of Stormwater Practices
- Stormwater Design Alternatives
- Stabilization Practices
$50 per attendee
Timing of workshops
Workshops typically run from 8.30am to 3pm. Sign-in starts at 8am.