What is integrated planning?
Integrated planning involves local agencies and interest groups working together to coordinate planning activities across jurisdictional boundaries. In this regional approach, individual agencies' efforts are combined in order to leverage resources and meet multiple water resource needs at the same time. For instance, water supply, water quality, and habitat projects might be combined with a flood control project in a manner that benefits a much larger area than the original jurisdiction. The result is a multi-objective approach that multiplies the benefits of any individual agency's single project.
How can I participate in the Roundtable of Regions?
Anyone involved in IRWM planning or implementation is invited to join. Send us your email address and we’ll add you to the membership roster.
Who can I contact with questions or information requests about the Roundtable of Regions?