Lessons Learned in Stormwater Management

Lessons Learned in Stormwater Management

Posted on April 12, 2021

Date: April 22

Time:  5:30 to 7 PM

Cost: Free

Speakers: 

  • Kory Kreiseder, Stormwater Specialist, The Watershed Institute
  • Jim Purcell, Land Use Engineer, Municipality of Princeton

As a response to problems with polluted stormwater runoff and flooding, many towns are considering requiring stormwater management for smaller development projects. How can this be accomplished in a way that is workable and affordable for residents and municipal staff?

Kory Kreiseder, Stormwater Specialist at The Watershed and Jim Purcell, Land Use Engineer for the Municipality of Princeton will share lessons learned from working with residents, engineers and architects.

In 2017, Princeton adopted a stormwater management requirement for any addition of impervious surface that is more than 400-square-feet. The ordinance is a good example to share and was recently updated to comply with the Green Infrastructure Rule.

Register at:
http://thewatershed.doubleknot.com/registration/calendardetail.aspx?activitykey=2809484&orgkey=3916&ReturnURL=//thewatershed.doubleknot.com/app/calendar/month/3916/2021-04-01/3916/0/

After registering, you will be sent a Zoom link to the webinar in the follow-up confirmation email. The webinar will be recorded. If you have any questions about registration or about the webinar in general, please send them to Pri Oliveira at poliveira@thewatershed.org.

Source: The Watershed