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This is a final report that summarizes the findings of a survey of stormwater managers in Utah conducted by Andrea Armstrong (Sociology, USU) in partnership with the Utah Stormwater Advisory Committee (USWAC). The final report includes an overview of methods, descriptive findings, and an executive summary.
The purpose of this effort was to collect statewide data, in partnership with the Utah Storm Water Advisory Committee, on stormwater managers attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors surrounding various aspects of stormwater management, including document updates, use of low impact development infrastructure, monitoring activities, water quality condition perceptions, changes in landscape and climate patterns, partnerships with irrigation organizations, information uses, program challenges, important dimensions of program activities, and water quality monitoring activities.
|Data Collection Method||The survey was sent to stormwater managers in Utah cities and counties (n=72) that are subject to MS4 EPA stormwater regulations and a random sample of permitted private sector construction and industrial firms. The survey was conducted online using Qualtrics and multiple waves of requests and reminders, with a mail survey option provided.|
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|National Science Foundation||iUTAH-innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability||1208732|
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