What is a SWRP?
The Russian River Storm Water Resource Plan (SWRP) identifies and prioritizes multi-benefit projects that improve the use of storm water and dry weather runoff as a resource, in accordance with Senate Bill 985 and State Water Resources Control Board guidelines. The SWRP was prepared with the help of RRWA’s eleven member agencies and 13 collaborating entities with funding provided by a State of California Proposition 1 grant. The SWRP was submitted to the North Coast Resource Partnership for inclusion in the Integrated Water Resources Management Plan in July, 2018. The projects included in the SWRP are eligible to apply for future State implementation grant funding opportunities.
Future project concepts meeting the project requirements may be submitted to RRWA for evaluation by completing the following forms and emailing them to RRWA at email@example.com by February 1, 2019.
- About Your Project
- Additional Project Information
- Quantification of Benefits Form
Please carefully review the screening criteria and prioritization methodology in the SWRP to understand what types of projects and project components will be eligible for inclusion, and what data must be provided. Eligible projects will be incorporated in the July 2019 SWRP Project List Supplement.