2021 Municipal Stormwater Summit

The Chester County Water Resources Authority (CCWRA) hosted the first virtual Stormwater Summit on Friday, April 16th from 9:00-11:00 AM. This event served as the first Watershed Plan Advisory Committee meeting, as required by the Pennsylvania Stormwater Management Act (PA Act 167), for the updates to the County-wide Act 167 Stormwater Management Plan and Model Ordinance.

If you were not able to attend the event live, a recording of the event is available on YouTube at this link. Links to all presentations can be found below and the agenda for the event can be found here.

Water Conditions in Chester County presented by Seung Ah Byun, Ph.D. P.E., Executive Director, Chester County Water Resources Authority 

Improving Water Quality in Chester County: Chester County Conservation District Updates presented by Cori Trice, Watershed Coordinator, Chester County Conservation District

Rising Waters: Addressing Flooding Concerns through the 2021 Chester County Hazard Mitigation Plan presented by Gabby Ratliff, Community Resilience Coordinator, Chester County Department of Emergency Services. 

Landscapes3 Implementation by Brian O'Leary, AICP, Executive Director, Chester County Planning Commission

Municipal Benefits of Floodplain Restorations presented by Justin Spangler, P.E., Project Manager and Water Resources Engineers, LandStudies, Inc. 

Updating Chester County's Act 167 Plan and County-wide Stormwater Management Model Ordinance presented by Cory Trego, Water Resources Planner, Chester County Water Resources Authority

Simplified Approach to Stormwater Management for Small Projects presented by Beth Uhler and Bob Flinchbaugh, P.E., CEDARVILLE Engineering Group, LLC.

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