• Where: Urban Drainage & Flood Control District
    2480 W. 26TH Ave. Suite 156-B 
    Denver, CO 80211
    303.455.6277 | 
  • When: Thursday May 30, 2019
  • How Much: $40
  • Arrive at 8:30
  • Depart Parking Lot at 9:00
  • Return at 4:00
  • Lunch is Provided
  • Registration Deadline: Friday May 24 - 5:00 PM
The CASFM Stormwater Quality field trip is a daylong annual event.
This year our field trip will be heading to the Cities of Loveland and Fort Collins to visit a variety of stormwater quality post-construction BMP examples and a couple of unique sites: from a treatment BMP for a solid waste facility that targets specific pollutants to the High Plains Environmental Center to various street BMP applications and a stream stabilization project. As a component of each site visit, we will be hearing from the design engineers and owners about their experience and perspective.
Contact Candice Owen owenc@bouldercolorado.gov or 303.413.7329 ​with any questions.


Sites include:

  • City of Loveland Recycling Center Water Quality Bio-retention Facility
  • Wilson Avenue Flood Mitigation Project - Permeable Paver Parking Lot for Big Thompson River Trail System (City of Loveland)
  • Cleveland Avenue Bio-retention Facility (City of Loveland)
  • High Plans Environmental Center – Native plant landscaping, bioswale, micro-ponds, and more!
  • Lincoln Ave Silva Cell Tree Planters (City of Fort Collins)
  • Fossil Creek Channel Stabilization Project (City of Fort Collins)
Refund Policy: Refunds (minus $10) are available if you cancel prior to 5PM May 24th. No refunds after that time. Substitutions are available and encouraged.