Water as a Resource: Financing Opportunities and Challenges for Municipal Stormwater Management
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WHEN: Nov. 15-16, 2016 WHERE: University of New Hampshire, Memorial Union Building, Durham, NH 03824 *Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Effective stormwater management is a challenging, yet increasingly important, component of municipal water systems. Municipalities can realize long-term savings and achieve social benefits with an integrated water management approach. This forum will highlight tools, financing options, and local examples to address stormwater compliance costs and help municipalities become more financially and environmentally resilient.
Forum topics will cover integrated stormwater management for municipalities including:
- Maximizing the economic and social value of municipal water resources, and minimizing the costs of stormwater control;
- Creative financing strategies that leverage a variety of funding sources to augment municipal stormwater budgets;
- Practical steps to accurately estimate short- and long-term municipal stormwater needs.
Who Will Benefit from Attending? Municipal administrators, planners, public works officials, community leaders, technical assistance providers, and regional funders. Registration is Free!
Hosted by: U.S. EPA Water Infrastructure and Resiliency Finance Center, U.S. EPA, Region 1, the New England Environmental Finance Center.