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Join us August 10 for Stormwater Workshop

July 12, 2021
Recent implementation of multi‐benefit stormwater projects and programs have been gaining momentum throughout Southern California, especially within Los Angeles County. These projects are intended to provide benefits of increasing water supply, improving water quality, and providing tangible community benefits. However, unless these projects capture and infiltrate water in areas that augment groundwater, or the captured stormwater is used directly on‐site, then no water supply benefit is achieved. This will include a guide for cities on how to implement the strategy and how to approach wastewater agencies about working together.

TITLE: A Strategic Approach to Integrate Stormwater and Sewer Systems

WHEN: Tuesday, August 10, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT


  • David Pedersen – General Manager, Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
  • Robert Ferrante – General Manager, Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
  • Matthew Hacker – Senior Resource Specialist, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
  • Dan Lafferty – Deputy Director of Water Resources, Los Angeles County Public Works
  • Traci Minamide – Chief Operating Officer, City of Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment
  • Susan Moisio – Global Vice President – Water, Jacobs Engineering


  • Eileen Alduenda – Executive Director, Council for Watershed Health
  • Charley Wilson – Executive Director, Southern California Water Coalition

This webinar will present Phase 2 of the white paper “Tapping Existing Infrastructure to Create Water Supply and Water Quality Solutions” by CH2M Hill for Las Virgenes Municipal Water District and Main San Gabriel Basin Watermaster, May 2018.


Event Sponsors

  • DRP
  • Jacobs
  • HDR
Founding Sponsors
  • County of San Bernardino
  • Inland Empire Utilities Agency
  • Irvine Ranch Water District
  • Los Angeles County Public Works
  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
  • Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
  • Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
  • West Basin Municipal Water District
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