Joint Transportation Committee
Stormwater Study

This study will identify ways to improve the process by which cities are reimbursed by WSDOT for managing stormwater runoff from state highways within city boundaries, and to make stormwater management on these facilities more efficient. This study is funded from the cities' statewide fuel tax distribution, and will involve significant collaboration with the Association of Washington Cities.
Budget: $200,000
Consultant: FCS, Parametrix, PRR and Foster Pepper
Schedule: Consultant began work July 8; late December completion date.
JTC Staff: Diane Schwickerath, lead; Mary Fleckenstein, back-up.
HTC and STC Staff: Christie Parker and Amanda Cecil​    ​

Presentation to JTC on January 4, 2012
Stormwater Study Draft Final Report

Presentation to JTC on November 16, 2011
Stormwater Presentation

Staff Workgroup Meeting
November 10, 2011
Final Case Studies  
Task 6 Report Outline  
Stormwater presentation to JTC on 11-16-11  

Staff Workgroup Meeting
October 25, 2011
Case Studies  
Copy of Other States Research    
Draft Presentation Outline  
Task 6 Report Draft Outline
Draft 5 - Stormwater 101 Guide  

Staff Workgroup Meeting
October 12, 2011
Draft Survey Final Report  
Task 6 Report Draft Outline  
Case Study - Issaquah  
Issues List  
Draft 4 - Stormwater 101 Guide

Staff Workgroup Meeting
September 15, 2011
Stormwater 101 Guide Draft  
Hwy Miles in Cities and WSDOT Facilities  
City and County Characteristics  
Case Study Selections   
Other States Practices   

Staff Workgroup Meeting
July 25, 2011

Presentation to JTC on July 13, 2011
Stormwater Study