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Training & Education

Stormwater Action Monitoring Symposium

June 1 – Renton
Renton Community Center
1715 Maple Valley Highway
Renton, WA 98057

Do you manage or oversee your stormwater management program? Is your jurisdiction a stormwater permittee in the Puget Sound area? If so, attend this free one-day symposium and learn about the Stormwater Action Monitoring (SAM) program. The event will showcase regional stormwater monitoring study findings conducted earlier this year. This symposium is designed for stormwater program managers and lead staff, public works directors, policymakers, and other stakeholders who want to learn how the regional monitoring program works and how it can help you.

  • Learn about SAM and how it works for your municipality
  • Discover what projects are currently underway
  • Hear about available results and findings, and how you can use them to guide and inform your stormwater program

The symposium is free, and there is an optional lunch available for order.


Registration: 8:30 am
Symposium: 9 am – 3 pm


Register now!

Event is free, but we still need you to register.

You are welcome to bring your own lunch; however there is no option to purchase lunch in the immediate vicinity of the center.


Workshop information
Andy Meyer

Registration or cancellation questions and special accommodations
Please contact us at least seven business days prior to the workshop if any disability accommodations are needed. For TDD users, please use the state’s toll-free relay service, (800) 833-6388, and ask the operator to dial the AWC number.

Instructions for new AWC website registrants

  1. Find the “Register now!” link on this webpage and click it
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the webpage under “New user?” and click “new user profile here”
  3. Fill out the information and find your company in the drop-down list
  4. If your company is missing, email awctechsupport@awcnet.org for quick service
  5. Submit and complete registration for the free event