This resources provides tools for equitable climate resilience and fostering community-led research and knowledge.
This resource is an example Master to address stormwater runoff in Etna, PA.
NORA expects the program to divert and detain stormwater runoff on over 200 properties with an average grant award between $10,000 and $25,000.
This plan provides recommended actions included within: policy, funding and planning, project implementation, partnering and outreach and analysis.
San Francisco Bay Region Municipal Regional Stormwater NPDES Permit | California Regional Water Control Board, 2015
This resource includes cited regulatory and legal references and additional explanatory information in support of the requirements of this Permit.
This resource describes why and how the The Sewerage and Water Board Customer Advisory Commitee was created in New Orleans, LA.
This resource explores how to entice private investment in stormwater retrofit projects.
Managing Urban Stormwater with Green Infrastructure: Case Studies of Five Local US Governments | CNT, 2007
Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; Seattle, WA; Milwaukee, MI
This resource provides insight into ecosystem service benefits and corresponding case studies.
Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority: A Wet Weather Case Study of Incorporating Community Interests into Effective Infrastructure Decision Makings | US EPA, 2018
See specific sections: The Problem: Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs), Need for a Long-Term Control Plan, and Camden’s Sewershed Alternatives Analysis