CASQA Award Winners

The mission of the CASQA Awards Program is to advance the stormwater quality management profession by identifying and recognizing exemplary leadership, outstanding projects, activities, and contributions to the field of stormwater quality management. Congratulations to these CASQA Award Winners from recent years!

2017

CASQA Leadership Award

Chris Crompton

Outstanding leadership and exceptional contributions to the stormwater quality management profession throughout the State of California.

Outstanding Industrial Stormwater BMP Project

Port of Tacoma, Washington

Outstanding Public Works Stormwater BMP Project

LA Sanitation, City of Los Angeles

Outstanding Stormwater News, Information, Outreach, and Media Project

Partnership between the cities of Sunnyvale and Cupertino and funded by Santa Clara Valley Water District

Outstanding Stormwater Research Project

City of Elk Grove in partnership with California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) and Department of Land Air and Water Resources, University of California Davis

Outstanding Regional Sustainable Stormwater Project

Rancho Mission Viejo, Santa Margarita Water District, and Orange County Public Works

Outstanding Retrofit Sustainable Stormwater Project

City of Santa Monica

Outstanding Ultra-Urban Sustainable Stormwater Project

City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation

View or download the 2017 CASQA Awards Presentation

2016

Outstanding Stormwater BMP Implementation Project

City of Sacramento, Office of Water Programs, and California State University, Sacramento: Implementation of the City of Sacramento LID Standards at California State University, Sacramento

Outstanding Stormwater News, Information, Outreach, and Media Project

Encinitas Union School District: SWPPP Internship Program

Outstanding Sustainable Stormwater Project

City of Campbell: Hacienda Avenue Green Street Improvement Project

View or download the 2016 CASQA Awards Presentation

2015

Outstanding Stormwater BMP Implementation Project

City of Santa Barbara: Oak Park, Stevens Park, and Westside Neighborhood Center Storm Water Infiltration Project

City of Torrance: Stormwater Basin Enhancement Project

Ventura County Watershed Protection District: County Government Center Parking Lot Green Streets Urban Retrofit

Outstanding Stormwater News, Information, Outreach, and Media Project

Orange County Stormwater Program: “Overwatering is Out” Public Education Campaign

Outstanding Sustainable Stormwater Project

City of Cupertino: Stevens Creek Corridor Park & Restoration Phase 2

City of Santa Barbara Creeks Division: Upper Las Positas Creek Restoration and Stormwater Management Project

View or download the 2015 CASQA Awards Presentation

2014

Outstanding Local Stormwater BMP Implementation Project

City of Aliso Viejo: Wood Canyon Emergent Wetland Project

Outstanding Regional Stormwater BMP Implementation Project

City of Ontario: Mill Creek Wetlands Project

Outstanding Programmatic Stormwater BMP Implementation Program

Orange County Transportation Authority: Orange County M2 Environmental Cleanup Program

Outstanding Local Stormwater News, Information, Outreach, and Media Project

City of Malibu: “Keep it Clean” Public Education Campaign

Outstanding Regional Stormwater News, Information, Outreach, and Media Project

Bay Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association (BASMAA): "Be the Street" Education Campaign

Outstanding Sustainable Stormwater Project

City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation: Echo Park Lake Rehabilitation Project

View or download the 2014 CASQA Awards Presentation

2013

CASQA Leadership Award

Scott Taylor

Outstanding leadership and exceptional contributions to the stormwater quality management profession throughout the State of California.

Outstanding Stormwater BMP Implementation Project

Boeing Company: Santa Susana Biofilter Project

Outstanding Stormwater News, Information, Outreach, and Media Project

City of Santa Rosa and Sonoma County Water Agency: Creek Stewardship Program

Outstanding Sustainable Stormwater Project

Placer County: Low Impact Development (LID) Guidebook