Clark County follows a systematic process for developing stormwater capital improvement projects, including technical assessments, public involvement, and project ranking.
Completed in 2003, the Thomas Wetlands stormwater facility in Minnehaha helps clean stormwater from the surrounding neighborhood. (2005 photo)
The Stormwater Needs Assessment Program (SNAP) is a systematic, subwatershed-based, assessment and monitoring activity with an emphasis on producing information used to develop stormwater capital projects. Learn more>>
Potential stormwater capital improvement projects identified through the SNAP are submitted for consideration in the Stormwater Capital Improvement Program (SCIP).
The SCIP uses objective criteria to evaluate and prioritize the many possible stormwater projects, and assigns available revenues for project implementation.
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Clark County Close Up: Stormwater Capital Improvement Program (14:48 minutes)
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