Goin’ Mobile: Mapping your Stormwater Assets
Tuesday, September 24th, 1:30 PM-3:00 PM EST
Stormwater asset mapping can be complicated, resource intensive and costly, but it doesn’t have to be. As technology has evolved, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have become less expensive and easier to use than ever before. Whether you are mapping rain gardens, storm drains, or stop signs, new mobile mapping devices and applications (or “apps”) can help. Many New England communities are now successfully and efficiently mapping their stormwater systems and other municipal assets with mobile devices in the field.
This webinar will introduce and demonstrate different mobile apps related to stormwater and green infrastructure. Speakers from different levels of government and industry across New England will provide insights on the strategies employed to successfully map stormwater assets, including partnering with others to share equipment, software and expertise. The webinar will also cover lessons learned and provide recommendations for avoiding common pitfalls while developing and implementing a stormwater management program.
- Dave Dickson, CT Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Program Co-Director & Mobile Mapping Educator
- Troy Brown, Town Administrator, Litchfield, NH
- Andrew Smeltz, GIS Specialist, Nashua Regional Planning Commission
- Julia Miller, Environmental Planner, Bobrek Engineering & Construction
Click here to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7867437106117050369