Inspired by the MS4orum, the Stormwater Action Team and the Lancaster County Clean Water Consortium are excited to provide resources and new ideas to you virtually on select Thursdays from February to April.
Lunch & Learn events:
February 11 – Rich Snyder, Lancaster County Conservation District
What does it mean to limit impervious surface by using porous technologies? Find out from Rich Snyder, and hear about how it can improved water quality and help meet municipal requirements.
February 25 – Countywide Action Plan Coordinators
$2 million for collaborative water quality project implementation - oh my! Learn about the 2021 CAP funding application, lessons learned, tips from a 2020 grantee, and how to apply for this upcoming round.
March 4 – Charity Burkhart, David Miller/Associates, Inc. and Elijah Yearick, Lititz Borough
Need to know the ins and outs of Stormwater Fee implementation? Learn about the fee development process, fee calculation methods, and the pros and cons of implementation from experts in the field.
March 25 – Lancaster County private property owners
Hear from Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster about the process of converting an old building to a green parking lot and from a private homeowner about the steps he took with the City of Lancaster to install rain gardens and other practices at his home.
April 8 – Kiel Fortner, Advanced Drainage Systems
Hear about ADS's newest product offerings, testing/performance data, and engineering design solutions to assist you in leveraging the benefits of plastic materials in infrastructure improvements.
Can't attend the meetings live? We will make a recording of the meetings available to anyone who registered.
Note: These educational opportunities, while open to anyone, are designed for municipal managers, MS4 coordinators, and engineers that need to meet stormwater obligations for MS4 permits.