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Current events and training classes

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Classes will be capped at 25 students and will be on a first come first serve basis.  

Location: 200 S Spruce St, Grand Junction, CO 81501 (Conference Room 040A)

Registration Instructions:

  1. Go to Mesa County’s JetPay Magic Payment Portal.
  2. Select "One-Time Payment".
  3. From the first dropdown menu change “Payment Category” to “Stormwater”.
  4. From the second dropdown menu change “Payment Type” to the title of your class.  
  5. Complete the required information, enter payment information, review payment, and then complete payment.
  6. Please note, if registering multiple students, you can add multiple items to the cart.

If you have any questions regarding this training or would like more information please contact Josh Martinez.
970-683-4206 or

February 2024 trainings

Registration for classes closed

Date: February 12, 2024

Cost: $100.00 per student

Description: The class is focused on the proper installation and maintenance of control measures to manage erosion and sedimentation. This entry-level, one day course has been developed for all construction site personnel engaged in stormwater management on permitted construction sites.

The program covers:

  • The Stormwater Program legal requirements including permitting and erosion and sedimentation at construction sites.
  • Types of Control Measures (CMs) for specific conditions to control erosion and sedimentation.
  • Installing construction site CMs.
  • Inspecting and maintaining construction site CMs.

Registration for classes closed

Date: February 13-14, 2024

Cost: $220.00 per student

Description: This two-day training program has been developed by Altitude Training Associates (ATA) to meet the knowledge and skills required to be a Qualified Stormwater Manager including implementation of the Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) and conducting routine inspections. The Qualified
Stormwater Manager must be skilled with control measure evaluation and application to effectively implement the SWMP. Certificates of completion are provided to each student who successfully completes the program.

Prerequisite: The Qualified Stormwater Manager Certification Program is an intermediate training program. Understanding the fundamentals of Stormwater Management for Construction Activities is a prerequisite of the program, (SMEC) is encouraged. Students that do not have the (SMEC) will
need to demonstrate working experience and knowledge in Stormwater Compliance in order to sit for the QSM.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of the training program, you will be able to:

  • Apply the requirements of the CSP to a construction site.
  • Describe the responsibilities of the Qualified Stormwater Manager.
  • Evaluate a SWMP for completeness & adequacy to facilitate implementation.
  • Select adequate control measures based on site conditions and pollutants.
  • Evaluate implemented control measures for proper installation, maintenance, application and adequacy for the site conditions.

Conference room 040A

Events and Training Classes for the Stormwater Program

Central Services (Stormwater Management)

200 S Spruce Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am-5:00 pm