Federal Facilities

Stormwater design at high intensity redevelopment sites has emerged as a major stormwater implementation challenge in nearly every Bay state. The Chesapeake Stormwater Network and the Center for Watershed Protection under the auspices of the Chesapeake Bay Stormwater Training Partnership will be conducting a series of webcasts and workshops in 2013 that will focus stormwater management and TMDL compliance at federal facilities in the Bay watershed. These training events will be targeted toward federal agencies that need to implement the new 438 stormwater criteria for federal redevelopment projects.

The first of such training workshops is scheduled to occur on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at the USFWS Patuxent National Wildlife Visitor Center in Laurel, MD. This workshop will be appropriate for Federal Property Managers, MS4 Permit Managers, Environmental Compliance Officers, Support Consultants. The draft agenda can be accessed here: Federal Facilities Workshop #1 Draft Agenda - ver draft (.docx)

For registration or questions regarding the federal facility training initiative, please contact:

Cecilia Lane
Stormwater Coordinator
Chesapeake Stormwater Network

Stormwater and Your Federal Facility Presentations

Presentations from the first federal facility workshop "Stormwater and Your Federal Facility". 022713

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DC Stormwater Regulations and Federal Facilities Webcast Presentation

This webcast focuses on the District’s new stormwater regulations and feature the District’s new Stormwater Guidebook and the Stormwater Retention Credit Trading program. Also included is a brief discussion of the synergy between the EISA Section 438 stormwater requirements for federal facilities and the Districts stormwater regulations. Navigate to the archived webcast section of our website to listen to the webcast in it's entirety.

Size (6 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

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Download all the files in Federal Facilities section as a compressed .zip file.

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