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Nebraska Managing a Successful SPMP Program

Managing a Successful SPMP Program Overview

This course is designed to provide concepts and steps behind building a successful Stormwater Planned Maintenance Program (SPMP) for multiple sites across a wide range of regulatory compliance areas.

This course will begin by providing an overview of the five (5) steps to manage a successful SPMP, and then provide details, case studies, example scenarios, and photos of the tasks within each step.

The (5) Steps include:

  • Awareness – Regulatory and Public Response
  • Identify – Types of Systems
  • Inventory – Stormwater Assets and Structures
  • Assess – Condition of Systems
  • Implement – Planned Maintenance Program

Intended Audience

  • Agency Regulators and Staff
  • Professional Engineers
  • Municipal Stormwater Managers
  • Industrial Facility Managers
  • Retail Property Owners
  • Multisite Property Operators
  • Owner/Operator of any Construction Activity (based on requirements below)
  • Non-regulatory 3rd Party Inspectors
  • Civil Consultants/Students
  • Environmental Consultants/Students
  • Landowners, Permittees and Construction Site Operators

Curriculum: Managing a Successful Stormwater Planned Maintenance Program (SPMP)

This course is designed to provide concepts and steps behind building a successful Stormwater Planned Maintenance Program (SPMP) for multiple sites across a wide range of regulatory compliance areas.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the tasks involved in the five (5) steps to manage a successful Stormwater Planned Maintenance Program (SPMP).
  • Acknowledge regulatory requirements from the EPA and local enforcement through case studies.
  • Be aware of public perception effects of stormwater design and maintenance.
  • Use site plans to identify the three (3) categories of stormwater systems.
  • Inventory stormwater assets and structures.
  • Assess systems for repairs and maintenance through analysis questions and common maintenance issues.
  • Identify the cost of neglect of stormwater systems and maintenance required.
  • Use technology aids to successfully implement and manage a SPMP.

At the Completion of This Program You Will Receive

1.5 PDHs

Resume' Enhancer (Available on the Credential Validation Page)



Diverting offsite runoff around a disturbed area reduces the amount of stormwater which comes into contact with the exposed soils. If there is less runoff coming in contact with exposed soil, then there will be less erosion of the soil and less stormwater which has to be treated to remove sediment.


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