As our community grows, it is important to understand how growth will impact the quality of our water resources. It is equally important that actions are taken to reduce and/or prevent the discharge of pollutants to vital waterbodies such as the Alabama River and its tributaries. The Stormwater Management staff is committed to ensuring that our local water resources remain free of harmful pollutants. Periodically, the staff will conduct sampling and monitoring of major outfalls and ditches; monitor industrial facility discharges; conduct best management practices (BMPs) inspections on active construction; investigate reports of illegal discharges and illicit connections to storm drainage system; install curb markers on City storm inlets; and conduct educational outreach activities to educate citizens on water quality. It is in the best interest of the citizens of Montgomery for us to work together to maintain healthy waterways throughout our community. To request educational brochures, curb markers, or to report a suspected illegal discharge, please call (334) 625-2690. Click the link below to view the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan. This plan outlines the Best Management Practices (BMP's) procedures the City follows to minimize stormwater pollution from the operations at the Public works Facility located at the City lot on North Ripley Street.PUBLIC WORKS FACILTY STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION MANUALSTORMWATER MANAGEMENT MANUAL Table of Contents Section 1Section 2Section 3Section 4Section 5Section 6Section 7Section 8Section 9Section 10
If you are interested in Stormwater Education and/or Training please click the link below.STORMWATER EDUCATION TRAINING
The Clean Water Act and Federal regulations require construction site operators to obtain NPDES permit coverage for regulated land disturbances and associated discharges of stormwater runoff to State waters or to the City’s stormwater system. The City of Montgomery is required to notify you of these possible requirements. The Construction Industry Compliance Assistance Center’s Stormwater Tab has links to state resources on Stormwater permit requirements, please click the icon below for information.
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