Storm Water Management

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What is a Storm Water Management Program?

Related Documents

Storm Water Management Program
NPDES Permit ILR10

NPDES Permit ILR40

NOI Renewal 2013
SWMP Annual Report 2008-2009
SWMP Annual Report 2009-2010
SWMP Annual Report 2010-2011

SWMP Annual Report Final 2011-2012

SWMP Annual Report 2012-2013
SWMP Annual Report 2013-2014
SWMP Annual Report 2014-2015
 2016 NPDES MS4 Annual Report

 2018 Water Quality Testing

Additional WQ Test

 NPDES MS4 Annual Report 2017
Pollutants - Their Sources and Impacts
After the Storm

Federal regulations through the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) require that all municipal separate storm sewer systems (known as MS4s), partially or fully in urbanized areas based on the 2000 census, obtain storm water permits for their discharges into receiving waters (lakes, streams, rivers).  To meet the federal regulations the Village has developed a MS4 Storm Water Management Program (SWMP).

The SWMP describes the procedures and practices that are implemented by the Village toward the goal of reducing the discharge of pollutants within storm water runoff in order to comply with Federal standards.  Compliance with this program is intended to protect water quality, contributing to the following amenities:

  • Cleaner lakes and streams
  • Improved recreational opportunities and tourism
  • Flood damage reduction
  • Improved aesthetics and wildlife habitat
  • A safer and healthier environment for Mount Prospect residents

Federal environmental regulations based on the 1972 Clean Water Act (CWA) require the separate storm water systems , construction sites, and industrial activities control polluted storm water runoff from entering receiving bodies of water (including navigable streams and lakes).