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Below is a schedule for public training sessions related to the recently finalized 2013 Rule on Stormwater Management and Soil Erosion and Sediment Control (2013 SW Rule) and the 2013 Stormwater Management Guidebook (2013 SWMG), which provides technical guidance on how to comply with the rule. DDOE is committed to ensuring that interested stakeholders have the opportunity to participate in training sessions and will continue to add to this initial schedule based on stakeholder and public interest in additional trainings.
- View documents from training sessions.
Please RSVP to Matthew Espie at Matthew.Espie@dc.gov or 202-715-7644 to confirm that space is available in the session you would like to attend.
Includes site and BMP design, use of off-site retention, and MEP process for PROW associated with parcel-based projects
Compliance with the District’s 2013 stormwater regulations involves steps and considerations that may be unfamiliar for design engineers accustomed to the District’s old regulations. If you are struggling with the design of a stormwater management plan, sign up for a free, half hour, one-on-one opportunity to discuss specific site design compliance questions, including the components of a site plan; how to use and interpret the compliance calculator tools; full consideration of standards and specifications; and maintenance responsibilities. Participants must have completed the General Compliance training. These tutor sessions will not provide determinations, or approvals of products or site designs.
Using the Stormwater Database
This training focuses on using the Stormwater Database in the submission process for DDOE review of Stormwater Management Plans (SWMPs), Soil Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) Plans, and Green Area Ratio (GAR) Plans, and for participation in the SRC and RiverSmart Rewards programs. The training includes an overview of database functions and exercises to enter mock plans and applications.
Generation and Certification of Stormwater Retention Credits (SRCs), Discount on Stormwater Impervious Fees, and Use of the Online Application Portal
Unless otherwise noted, all training sessions listed above will be held at the:
District Department of the Environment (DDOE)
1200 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002
Located two blocks from the NoMa Metro station (red line); take M Street exit.
Please check in with the receptionist on 5th floor to be escorted to the training room.