The following links are to provide additional information not included on this website. Since these websites are not under our control we encourage you to review privacy policies for each individual site. The Truckee Meadows Interlocal Stormwater Committee, is not, in any way, held responsible for the content of these sites, or secondary sites from the pages to which they link.
Local Governments and Organizations
For very good background information regarding the water cycle, non point source pollution, pertinent regulations and more go to: Nonpoint Source Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO)
To learn more about the economic, social, and ecological benefits to decentralized treatment for stormwater including permeable pavement, rain gardens, and other Green Infrastructure, go to the Green Infrastructure Guide.
American Water Resources Association
The American Water Resources Association is recognized as the pre-eminent multidisciplinary association for information exchange, professional development and education about water resources and related issues.
Best Non-point Source Documents, USEPA, January 2001
Provides EPA's list of the best non-point source pollution publication for both professionals and the public in the areas of agriculture, forestry, marinas, urban areas, stream restoration, monitoring and funding.
International Erosion Control Association
The International Erosion Control Association is a non-profit, member organization that provides education, resource information and business opportunities for professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry.
National Stormwater Best Management Practices Database
The National Best Management Practices Database provides access to BMP performance data in a standardized format for over 90 BMP studies conducted over the past fifteen years.
Stormwater Managers Resource Center
The Stormwater Manager's Resource Center is designed specifically for practitioners, local government officials and others that need technical assistance on stormwater management issues.
Stormwater News provides information regarding stormwater pollution, treatment methodologies, and related issues.
Stormwater Management Programs
City of Eugene Stormwater Management Department Advisory Committee
The Stormwater Management Department Advisory Committee (DAC) provides feedback to the City of Eugene, Oregon Public Works Department on a draft stormwater management strategy.
City of Boise Stormwater Program
The Storm Water Program is located in the Environmental Division of the Boise City Public Works Department. The goals of the Storm Water Program are to protect and enhance surface and ground water quality by reducing the discharge of pollutants through storm water systems.
City of Los Angeles Stormwater Program
Management Division of the Los Angeles Department of Public Works responsible for the development and implementation of stormwater pollution abatement projects within the City of Los Angeles, California.
City of Las Vegas Stormwater Quality Management Committee
The Stormwater Quality Management Committee is committed to the development and implementation of stormwater pollution monitoring, control and outreach efforts within the Las Vegas Valley
Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program
Marin County Pollution Prevention Program is a joint effort of Marin's cities, towns and unincorporated areas.
San Meteo County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program
San Mateo Countywide Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program is part of the NPDES permit issued to the City/County Association of Governments (C/CAG).
Urban Drainage and Flood Control District
The Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, located in Denver, Colorado, serves the Denver/Boulder metropolitan area and is responsible for flood control and stormwater quality management.
Stormwater Educational Information
USGS Water Science for Schools
The U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Water Science for Schools web site offering information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.
Every month over 800,000 teachers, students and parents visit Education Planet to find educator-approved resources and services on environmental topics.
LGEAN - Local Government Environmental Assistance Network
The Local Government Environmental Assistance Network (LGEAN) is a "first-stop shop" providing environmental management, planning, and regulatory information for local government elected and appointed officials, managers and staff.
RecycleWorks is a Recycling and Composting Program of the County of San Mateo. The website has been developed to answer waste prevention, recycling and composting questions.
Earth's 911 - 1-800-Clean-Up
Earth's 911 mission is to empower the public with community-specific resources for recycling and pollution prevention and how we can all do our part in protecting the environment.
Horses for Clean Water
Horses for Clean Water is project in Kings County, Washington. The project is a continuation of the environmentally sensitive horse keeping education King County horse owners have known for the past 5 years through the King County Model Horse Farm Project.
The Adopt-A-Stream Foundation
The Adopt-A-Stream Program was created to increase public sensitivity to awareness of the importance of the 3,000 miles of creeks, streams and rivers and the fish that inhabit them in Snohomish County, Washington.
Stormwater - the Journal for Surface Water Quality Professionals
A professional trade journal devoted to those working in the vitally important field of stormwater management.