2011-2012 Annual Stormwater Reports
- Planning & Building Annual Report
- Water Agency Annual Report
- Environmental Health Annual Report
- Department of Transportation Annual Report
- General Services Agency Annual Report
- Annual Report Cover Letter
Stormwater Management Handouts
- BMP Priority Summary NPDES
- CWP Rain Barrel Garden
- Urban Facts
- Health Yard from the Audubon
- Runoff Poster
- Solution to Pollution
- After the Storm
Helpful Stormwater Links
- Low Impact Development (LID) Fact Sheet- http://water.epa.gov/polwaste/green/bbfs.cfm
- Low Impact Development (LID)- Low Impact Development
- Benefits of LID: How LID Can Protect your Community's Resources (PDF) (2 pp, 1.3MB) LID Fact Sheet #1: Challenges the perception that LID isn't worthwhile and provides general background information that outlines hydrologic and economic benefits provided by LID.
- Terminology of LID: Distinguishing LID from other Techniques that Address Community Growth Issues (PDF) (2 pp, 568K) LID Fact Sheet #2: Addresses LIDís place in the jumble of terms for managing the environmental impacts of growth that coexist today and describes and distinguishes these terms.
- Costs of LID: LID Saves Money and Protects Your Community's Resources (PDF) ( 2 pp, 1.7MB) LID Fact Sheet #3: Challenges the perception that LID is too expensive.
- Aesthetics of LID: LID Technologies Can Benefit Your Community's Visual Environment (PDF) (2 pp, 1.9MB) LID Fact Sheet #4: Challenges the perception that LID is unattractive.
- Effectiveness of LID: Proven LID Technologies Can Work for Your Community (PDF) (2 pp, 1.7MB) LID Fact Sheet #5: Challenges the perception that LID doesn't work.
- Maintenance of LID: Communities Are Easily Managing LID Practices (PDF) (2 pp, 1.7MB) LID Fact Sheet #6: Challenges the perception that LID is too hard or costly to maintain.
- Encouraging LID: Incentives Can Encourage Adoption of LID Practices in your Community (PDF) (2 pp, 492K) LID Fact Sheet #7: Highlights incentive strategies to catalyze LID.
The County is partnered up with the:
North Coast Stormwater Coalition
The North Coast Stormwater Coalition is comprised of stormwater management staff from the participating Cities and Counties on California's north coast, as well as local, state and federal agency representatives, non-profit organizations, tribes, the CA State and Regional Water Boards, consultants, engineers, graduate students, and interested community members. http://www.northcoaststormwatercoalition.org/
and the Russian River Watershed Association
The Russian River Watershed Association is a coalition of eleven cities, counties and special districts in the Russian River Watershed that have come together to coordinate regional programs for clean water, fisheries restoration and watershed enhancement.
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