Thank you for attending the Second Annual Texas Regional Stormwater Conference! All presentations from the 2019 conference are provided below in downloadable PDF format. To open the presentation, click the PDF icon. The presentation will open in another window, it will allow you to view and/or save the presentation from that screen.

Certificates of attendance will be sent via email. If you attended the conference and do not receive a certificate by February 15, please contact us. Thank you!

Illicit Discharge, Detection and Elimination

Tejashri Kyle, P.E. and Rebecca Oliver // University of Texas at Austin

Good Housekeeping Practices for SWPPP

Karen Koenreich // TAS Environmental Services L.P.

Emergency and Disaster Management

Rachel Ingle // City of San Marcos Emergency Management

How TCEQ's Small Business and Local Government Assistance Can Help MS4s

Armando Guevara and Hailey Grote // Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

When Infrastructure and Rivers Collide: A Resiliency Approach to Infrastructure Management

Kimberly Patak, P.E. // Freese and Nichols, Inc

Using Social Media for Education and Outreach

Caitlin Harvey // Texas State University

MS4 Stormwater Programs: Making it All Work

Julie Morelli, P.G., REM // POWER Engineers, Inc.

Post-Construction BMP Maintenance presented by Travis County

David Peyton, CPESC, CESSWI and Bob Quinlan, CESSWI // Travis County

MS4 Permit Update

Mindy McDonough // Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Proper Selection and Installation of Temporary BMPs

Grant Crawford and Dave Frazier // Geosolutions, Inc.

Common SWPPP Violations Found during Inspections

Brad Flack, CPESC, CESSWI, QCIS, CAS // Double Oak Storm Tex

From LID to One Water Communities

Tom Hegemier, P.E., D.WRE, CFM // Doucet and Associates, Inc.

Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) Overview: San Marcos River and Cypress Creek

​Nick Dornak // The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University

Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure

Lee Marlowe // San Antonio River Authority

Managing Stormwater in Transportation Projects

Heather Beatty, P.G. // Texas Department of Transportation

Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) Overview: Plum Creek

Stephen Risinger // The Plum Creek Watershed Partnership

Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) Overview: Dry Comal Creek and Comal River

Ashley Evans // Arcadis

Mark Enders // City of New Braunfels