Trash Full Capture Equivalency and On-Land Visual Trash Assessment (OVTA) Trainings
CASQA is sponsoring Trash Full Capture Equivalency and On-Land Visual Trash Assessment (OVTA) Trainings for municipalities and non-traditional MS4s as they prepare to meet the requirements of the Trash Amendments. Four 2-day trainings will be held in March and April throughout California (Southern California, Central Coast, Sacramento Area, and North Bay Area).
** Registration is limited to 30 attendees per training and is open to CASQA members first.
Save-the-Date for CASQA's 14th Annual Conference!
Connecting the Drops from Summit to Sea
We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 CASQA Annual Conference at the Riverside Convention Center, October 15-17, 2018.
Check back here periodically in mid and late April 2018 for announcements about the following:
- Registration, including exhibitor, sponsorship, and advertising opportunities
- Contact us if you would like to commit to a sponsorship in advance of registration opening
- 2018 Call for Presentations and Posters
- 2018 Call for CASQA Award Nominations
Notice of Dues Increase in 2018
CASQA membership dues have remained the same since 2015. In early 2017, the Board of Directors approved a dues increase of 4% overall from 2018 through 2020, with annual increases of 2% in 2018 and 1% in each of 2019 and 2020.
View a multi-year dues schedule to facilitate your budget planning.
In 2015, CASQA released its Vision and Strategic Actions for Managing Stormwater in the 21st Century. The purpose of the Vision and Strategic Actions is to address the primary issue for stormwater management: The lack of consensus on how best to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act for stormwater. CASQA developed the Vision and Strategic Actions for CASQA, its members and the public to pursue a comprehensive plan for stormwater that will achieve the goals of the Clean Water Act and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of stormwater management.
In 2017, CASQA updated the Vision to version 1.1 based on developments in stormwater management in the three years since the original Vision was developed in 2014 and adopted in early 2015.
The 2018 Vision At-A-Glance identifies the Principles, Actions, Goals, and Objectives for 2018. This table, an appendix in CASQA’s 2017 Annual Report, provides a quick and summarized version of CASQA’s Vision document.
CASQA 2017 Annual Report
The 2017 CASQA Annual Report: Building Bridges for Water includes a message from the CASQA Chair on the accomplishments of 2017, summaries of accomplishments from CASQA’s 14 subcommittees, a look ahead for CASQA’s efforts in 2018, and much more!
Did You Know... ?
The CASQA website is packed with stormwater information and resources! Check out these areas of our website that you may not have explored before:
Fourteen subcommittees focus on different areas of stormwater management, under the auspices of the Executive Program Committee (EPC). CASQA members are encouraged to participate and are welcome to contact the subcommittee chair(s) to get involved. Read more
The Member Library is a resource of work products produced by CASQA over a number of years; including annual, financial, and technical reports, bylaws, policies & procedures, comment letters, testimonies, Pesticides Regulatory Action Plans, and sample awards applications. Read more
Unlike the Member Library, the material in the Public Documents section can be accessed by both CASQA members and non-members. Read more