Join NOAA and the Water Research Foundation, along with four water management practitioners, to learn about reevaluating stormwater design and flooding management. The talks are highlights from the recent workshop series, “Climate and Weather Information for Small- and Medium-size Water Utilities.”
The eight-workshop series held in spring-summer 2020—attended by more than 900 participants—included community drinking water and wastewater utility managers, stormwater managers, urban planners, and public works departments. Participants’ shared their experiences and highlighted their information needs for coping with the changing climate. Beyond providing feedback on how NOAA can improve its delivery of information to support water resource managers in smaller communities, participants shared innovative approaches for evaluating system vulnerabilities and design. Learn more about the workshop series »
Who should attend?
Local governments, resilience and sustainability planners, stormwater managers, civil engineers, modelers, community decision makers, watershed groups, interested public, state and federal government personnel.