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Stormwater-Municipalities
National Summary
Polluted stormwater runoff is commonly transported through municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s), from which it is often discharged untreated into local water bodies. To prevent such pollution, many MS4s, which are publicly owned or operated stormwater conveyance systems (including municipally owned storm sewer systems, systems operated by universities, local sewer districts, hospitals, military bases, prisons, etc.), are required to obtain coverage under a stormwater permit.
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Guidance Documents Aesthetics of LID: LID Technologies Can Benefit Your Community's Visual Environment  National
Guidance Documents Assessing Financial Capability for Municipal Clean Water Act Requirements  National
Guidance Documents Benefits of LID: How LID Can Protect Your Community's Resources  National
Guidance Documents Combined Sewer Overflows--Guidance for Financial Capability Assessment and Schedule Development  National
Guidance Documents Costs of LID: LID Saves Money and Protects Your Community's Resources  National
Notices Draft Issuance of the Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System NPDES General Permit--New Hampshire 02/12/2013National
Notices Draft Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System NPDES General Permit--New Hampshire; Extension of Comment Period 04/04/2013National
Notices Draft Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System NPDES General Permit--New Hampshire; Extension of Comment Period 05/13/2013National
Guidance Documents Effectiveness of LID: Proven LID Technologies Can Work for Your Community  National
Guidance Documents Encouraging LID: Incentives Can Encourage Adoption of LID Practices in Your Community  National
Guidance Documents EPA MS4 Permit Improvement Guide  National
Notices EPA Notice of Availability of Draft NPDES General Permit for Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems in Puerto Rico 06/11/2014National
Guidance Documents Evaluating the Effectiveness of Municipal Stormwater Programs  National
Guidance Documents Federal and State Operated Municipal Seperate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s): Program Implementation (Fact Sheet 2.10)  National
Guidance Documents Funding Stormwater Programs  National
Guidance Documents Guidance Manual for Implementing Municipal Storm Water Management Programs Volume I : Planning and Administration  National
Guidance Documents Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination: A Guidance Manual for Program Development and Technical Assessments  National
Guidance Documents Incorporating Environmentally Sensitive Development into Municipal Stormwater Programs  National
Guidance Documents Maintenance of LID: Communities are Easily Managing LID Practices  National
Guidance Documents Measurable Goals Guidance for Phase II Small Municipal Seperate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s)  National
Guidance Documents Minimizing Effects of Highway Deicing  National
Notices Notice of proposed NPDES General Permit for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems in the Middle Rio Grande Watershed in New Mexico (NMR04A000) 05/01/2013National
Notices NPDES General Permit for Stormwater Discharges 09/30/2014National
Guidance Documents Permitting and Reporting: The Process and Requirements (Fact Sheet 2.9)  National
Guidance Documents Program Evaluation Guidance  National
Guidance Documents Reducing Stormwater Costs Through Low Impact Development (LID) Strategies and Practices  National
Guidance Documents Storm Water Phase II Final Rule: Urbanized Areas: Definition and Description  National
Guidance Documents Storm Water Phase II Final Rule: Who's Covered? Designations and Waivers of Regulated Small Municipal Seperate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s)  National
Regulatory Analysis Stormwater - Municipalities  National
Guidance Documents Terminology of LID: Distinguishing LID from Other Techniques that Address Community Growth Issues  National
Guidance Documents Understanding Impaired Waters and TMDL Requirements for Municipal Stormwater Programs  National