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FALL SEMINAR RESCHEDULED - The September 8th Seminar has been rescheduled to October 20th due to Hurricane Irma.

Online Registration has closed, registration may be available in-person based on space.

Phase I MS4 permits now require local governments to document progress in reducing pollutant loads discharging to priority TMDL waterbodies in one of two ways:  MS4s with an adopted BMAP or Reasonable Assurance Plan (RAP) must follow the conditions specified in the plan.  MS4s without a BMAP or RAP must develop and implement a prioritization plan that identifies the waterbody to target, the waters or outfalls to be monitored, and the implementation of structural and non-structural BMPs to reduce pollutant loadings per a Supplemental Stormwater Management Plan.  The Seminar will help permit holders identify the best approaches to comply with permit requirements and demonstrate progress in reducing loadings.  Prioritization plans, identifying improvement projects, monitoring, bacteria vs. nutrient impairments, and BMP selection will be discussed.  Case studies will be presented. 

Tim Kelly, PE, Senior Project Manager
Amec Foster Wheeler

Melissa Long, PE, Chief, Division of Environmental Quality
City of Jacksonville

Lisa Lotti, Stormwater Compliance Program Manager
City of Orlando

Robert Potts, Senior Scientist
E Sciences

Who Should Attend?

Local, regional and state stormwater managers, policy-makers, administrators and regulators; civil and environmental engineers; landscape architects and consultants; environmentalists; and, interested citizens.

Continuing Education - Get Credit Where Credit's Due!

FSA is a designated continuing education provider (Provider #0003854) for the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.  Professional Engineers will receive 6 PDHs and Certified Floodplain Managers will receive 5.5 CECs.

Hotel Information

FSA has contracted with the hotel to set aside a new block of sleeping rooms for all seminar attendees at a discounted rate of $155/night (Parking included, a $22 value!).  A small block of rooms is being held until October 4, 2017 or until the block fills up, whichever comes first. Make your reservation by going online to our dedicated reservations page. Be sure to mention you are with the “Florida Stormwater Association” to receive the discounted rate.

Please be sure to make a new room reservation for the October 20th Seminar, if needed.  The Hilton Orlando has cancelled and refunded all room reservations made for the original Seminar on September 8th. 

Parking

Self-parking is discounted for FSA attendees at $11 per day, if you do not have a room booked at the Hilton Orlando. If you are staying at the Hilton overnight, your parking is included in your room rate.  To ensure you receive these parking rates, please be sure to inform parking attendants that you are with the "Florida Stormwater Association."

Registration Fee

Your registration fee includes a seminar notebook and lunch the day of the Seminar; all other meals are on your own.

Cancellation/ Rescheduling Policy

As of October 6, 2017 FSA can no longer accept cancellations. On this date the cost your registration will be incurred so the cost can not be refunded.  If you can’t make it, please consider transferring your registration to a co-worker from your city, county or company.  We have made every effort to provide the Seminar based on your interest and we appreciate your understanding.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!