State Revolving Fund Workshop

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

DMACC FFA Enrichment Center, 1055 SW Prairie Trail Pkwy, Ankeny, IA
 
WHAT WILL BE COVERED? The State Revolving Fund Water Resource Restoration Sponsored Project application process and requirements will be presented as well as the steps involved in assessing watersheds to define water quality issues and the selection of best management practices to address specific issues. Information will be provided on the project design and review process. Case studies will highlight completed Sponsored Projects. Time is provided for attendees to discuss their projects and interact with the speakers.
 
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE? You should attend this workshop if your City or utility will submit (or is considering submitting) an application for an SRF sponsor project, has been approved to move forward in the SRF sponsored planning process or is currently involved in an SRF sponsored project. This includes City or utility managers, consultants such as design engineers and landscape architects, contractors, and Public Works staff that will inspect and maintain these practices. Other suggested participants are Watershed Management Authorities, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, County Conservation Boards, and other organizations involved in water quality efforts.
 
PROGRAM TOPICS

  • Introduction to State Revolving Fund Sponsored Projects
  • Watershed Assessment  Communication Plans
  • New Volunteer Water Monitoring Program
  • New Technical Tools – Rivers Toolbox and Iowa Stormwater Management Manual
  • Revised Project Milestone Checklist  Best Practices During Construction
  • Establishment and Maintenance
  • Workshop Wrap-Up Mark your calendar to attend.

Information on how to register will be coming out soon! For more information, contact Lee Wagner, 515-725-0992, Lee.wagner@dnr.iowa.gov

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