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Registration Now Open For Villanova Biennial Stormwater Management Symposium Oct. 16 & 17; Municipal Workshop Oct. 15

Registration is now open for the Villanova University Biennial Stormwater Management Symposium to be held October 16 and 17 at Villanova with the theme is Building Resilience into Stormwater. 

The purpose of the symposium is to advance the knowledge and understanding of sustainable stormwater management for those dealing in all aspects of planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations, and regulatory compliance.

A workshop for municipal officials will be held preceding the symposium.

The Symposium will bring together engineers, planners, water resource professionals, regional, state and local government representatives, land development professionals, architects, watershed and conservation groups, manufacturers and the academic community.

The Symposium will also celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership Stormwater Control Measure National Monitoring Program.

The main track of the Symposium as well as the Workshop will be webcast live.

Municipal Workshop

On October 15, there will be a special municipal workshop on Managing Stormwater By Engaging Private Landowners - Success Stories and Strategies put on by a partnership with the PA Environmental Council and the PA State Association of Township Supervisors.

Click Here to register.  For more information, contact Andrea Welker by sending an email to:

More information on stormwater management is available by visiting the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership webpage.

(Photo: Butterfly Acres Stormwater Management, Lititz, Lancaster County.)


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