Public Involvement: Key to Stormwater Programs

by Jim Latchaw, Woolpert Consultants, Louisville, United States,
Pete Yakimowich, Woolpert Consultants, Louisville, United States,
Steve McKinley, Woolpert Consultants, Louisville, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources


The ultimate success of a stormwater program often depends upon the support of concerned citizens. Interaction between stormwater managers and the public is especially important in small communities. Coordination allows the public and community leaders to develop and manage their program most effectively. The purpose of this paper is to provide some insight into one of the most critical components of a comprehensive stormwater management program: public involvement.

Subject Headings: Public participation | Stormwater management | Public policy | Managers | Runoff | Local government | Public opinions | Financing

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