Regional Stormwater


A Regional Stormwater Strategy Plan is a planning document that will serve as a road map for the development of co-located stormwater and park/open space facilities. The goal is to develop a plan that describes how stormwater facilities can serve the community as valued public open space while mitigating the impacts of Town Center development on downstream properties, stream beds, and receiving waters from erosion and other adverse impacts of stormwater runoff. This plan will utilize the work completed in 2017 and further examine policy and regulatory drivers, design concepts and alternatives, private and public partnership opportunities, project financing options, and a phased implementation strategy.

Project Documents

Memorandum to City Council - March 29, 2017

Memorandum to City Council - April 26, 2017

Presentation to City Council - April 3, 2018

Sammamish Town Center Regional Stormwater Analysis - March 3, 2017

Request for Qualifications/Proposed Approach (RFQ/PA)

The advertised RFQ/PA (published on April 13, 2018 and April 20, 2018) is available here.  The goal is to attract a consultant team experienced in these types of large planning projects.  

  • The City's response to RFQ/PA questions and inquires can be found here.
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