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File #: 18-0420    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Department Matters
File created: 3/8/2018 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/10/2018 Final action: 4/10/2018
Title: Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, recommending the Board receive and file an informational presentation on the recently developed Storm Water Resource Plan for the West Slope. (Est. Time: 15 Min.) FUNDING: No funding associated with this item.
Attachments: 1. A - WS Stormwater Resource Plan, 2. B - Apndx A Checklist and Self-Certification, 3. C - Apndx B Project Description Forms, 4. D - Apndx C Evaluation Critiera and Metrics, 5. E - Apndx D Quantitative Analysis and Project Evaluation Sheets, 6. F - Apndx E Project Evaluation Summary, 7. G - Pamphlet, 8. H - EDC Board Presentation
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Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, recommending the Board receive and file an informational presentation on the recently developed Storm Water Resource Plan for the West Slope. (Est. Time: 15 Min.)

FUNDING: No funding associated with this item.
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DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDATION
Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, recommending the Board receive and file an informational presentation on the recently developed Storm Water Resource Plan (SWRP) for the West Slope.

DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
The West Slope SWRP was collaboratively developed by the El Dorado County Water Agency, County of El Dorado and the City of Placerville (SWRP Partners) with extensive communication and outreach to local entities and the public. It is intended to be a comprehensive strategy to manage storm water as a resource in the West Slope area of El Dorado County, which has unique constraints given its foothill location, and urban, rural, and agricultural land uses. To adequately address storm water resource planning in this diverse and large setting, the West Slope SWRP covers three components: (1) Surface Water Storage, (2) Watershed Management, and (3) Storm water Management.

The West Slope SWRP incorporates prioritized actions, affordability considerations, and the nexus with other related resource planning and implementation efforts to support efficient and responsible implementation.

This West Slope SWRP serves as a foundation for efforts outlined in existing local Storm Water Management Plans; it is not intended to replace existing plans or plans that are under development. The plan meets the standards and requirements of the California Water Code Section 10560 et. seq., and was prepared consistent with the guidance provided by the State Water Resources Control Board. After its completion, SWRP Partners become eligible for storm water and dry weather runoff capture implementation funding from California voter-approved...

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