The County of San Diego is developing a Stormwater Capture and Use Feasibility Study that will assess the opportunities and constraints applicable to San Diego County. The purpose of this study is to provide a County-wide analysis to determine the feasibility of planning, constructing, operating and managing facilities that capture and use stormwater beneficially. The study will provide data that may inform future stormwater management decisions. The completed study will be incorporated into the updated San Diego Integrated Regional Water Management Plan and supplement the analysis of the approved San Diego Region Stormwater Resource Plan. The completion of this study will improve the opportunities for future grant funding for these types of projects.
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
The development of the Stormwater Capture and Use Feasibility Study will be informed by a Technical Advisory Committee, who will provide input to the study related to stormwater capture such as storage, conveyance and use.
The following stakeholder groups have been invited to serve on the TAC,
|Tribal||San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce|
|Copermittees||Water Agencies/Publicly Owned|
|Department of the Navy||Treatment Works (POTW)|
|Environmental Nongovernmental||Industrial Environmental Association|
|Organizations (NGO)||San Diego County Farm Bureau|
|General Construction||Floodplain Management Association|
|Resource Agencies||Natural Resources Conservation|
|San Diego Integrated Regional||School Districts|
|Water Management (IRWM)||Legal|
|San Diego Regional Water Quality||UC San Diego|
Click here for the list of TAC members.
Click here for a detailed Project Schedule.
TAC meetings are tentatively scheduled for the following months. Date and time details for each meeting will be provided closer to the meeting month.
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