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    2011 Reports

    City of Chico Storm Water Management Public Education and Outreach Program 2010-2011 (PDF)
    For comments call Rich Burgi, Associate Civil Engineer, City of Chico, (530) 879-6050

    2010 Reports

    City of Chico Storm Water Management Public Education and Outreach Program 2009-2010 (PDF)
    For comments call Rich Burgi, Associate Civil Engineer, City of Chico, (530) 879-6050

    2009 Reports

    City of Chico Storm Water Management Public Education and Outreach Program 2008–2009 (PDF)
    For comments call Rich Burgi, Associate Civil Engineer, City of Chico, (530) 879-6050

    Convenience Survey 2009 Report Impact Of Stormwater Management Education And Outreach Programs (PDF)

    2008 Reports

    City of Chico Storm General Permit for the Discharge of Storm Water From Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems 2007-2008 (PDF)
    For comments call Rich Burgi, Associate Civil Engineer, City of Chico, (530) 879-6050

    Program evaluation and public feedback are essential for the success of the Keep Chico Clean education and outreach effort. Download the questionnaire and test you鸿运福彩app下载安装r knowledge.

    2007 Reports

    The results of the surveys and studies, completed under the Chico USA initial program provided valuable information that was used to design effective education and outreach tools, and a multimedia outreach strategy. Check out the reports below:

    Education and Outreach Program Assessment and Evaluation Report

    Final Survey Results 2007 Education and Outreach Program Impact Report

    2005 Reports

    A Report on the Chico Urban Streams Alliance Clean Creeks Project Urban Runoff Pollution Public Knowledge Survey

    City of Chico Reports

    Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) (PDF, 202 KB)
    The purpose of the SWMP is to present a program that is consistent with Federal and State regulations and to meet permitting requirements. Specific objectives of this document include: presenting a review of the legal framework for the necessity of being permitted and a brief background on pollutants, urban runoff, and the City’s storm water facilities; the program itself; estimated costs to implement the program; and penalties for failure to comply with regulations and the program.