Stormwater Now Has Its Own Day

The National Municipal Stormwater Alliance (NMSA) has officially established Nov 16 as National Stormwater Day in recognition of the day the MS4 program was established (Nov 16, 1990). To honor this occasion, NMSA is hosting a free webinar on Nov 16 and has launched a website dedicated to National Stormwater Day – This website provides access to media toolkits associated with National Stormwater Day including logos, flyers and short videos associated with National Stormwater Day – all are welcome to use these resources to spread the word! Additional resources are available from other stormwater awareness efforts from around the country at the website as well.

National Stormwater Day Webinar Information

Overview: This webinar will bring together stormwater professionals to reflect on the impacts of the MS4 program, consider the current level of awareness of stormwater infrastructure, discuss the status of the national MS4 program today and how this program may change in the future to meet the growing challenge of stormwater management.

Date: Thursday, November 16, 2023

Time: 1:00-2:15pm (Eastern)

– Scott Taylor, Atkins, Chair, NMSA (Moderator)
– Rachel Urban, Water Permits Division, USEPA
– Anna Denecke, Director, Infrastructure Initiatives, American Society of Civil Engineers
– Steve Dye, Legislative Director, Water Environment Federation
– Seth Brown, Ph.D., Executive Director, NMSA

To register, go to:

Supporting organizations include the Water Environment Federation and the American Society of Civil Engineers.