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Low Impact Development and Municipal Stormwater Permits in Southern California: What, Where, Why, and How Matt A. Yeager, D. Env San Bernardino
Develop guidance and training materials for development plan review to promote effective implementation of Low Impact Development (LID) techniques in southern California. Guidance and training will be based on comprehensive fieldverified qualitative and quantitative evaluations of LID features as implemented in Southern California.
Low Impact Development Project. Table 43. Low Impact Development Project. In 2006 the SMC began the project: LID Guidance and Training for Southern California (LID Project). The LID Manual updates are also intended to provide guidance on scalable monitoring methodologies (by project size and type), with recommendations for
Small Site LID Manual City of West Hollywood Page 1 of 21 June 2015 SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION 1. 1 WHAT IS LID? LID stands for: Low Impact Development, it is a stormwater management strategy that emphasizes conservation and the use of existing natural site
Prepared for the Southern California Stormwater Monitoring Coalition, in cooperation with the State Water Resources Control Board, by the Low Impact Development Center, Inc. Funding for this project has been provided in full or in part through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board.
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