Construction Stormwater General Permit
Construction site operators are required to be covered by a Construction Stormwater General Permit if they are engaged in clearing, grading, and excavating activities that disturb one or more acres and discharge stormwater to surface waters of the state. Smaller sites may also require coverage if they are part of a larger common plan of development that will ultimately disturb one acre or more. Operators of regulated construction sites are required to:
Permit Appeal and Proposed Modification
The current permit was appealed and a settlement agreement was reached for a minor permit modification. Read the proposed permit changes and public comment instructions. The public comment period is open December 21, 2016 - February 10, 2017. Comments will only be accepted for modified sections of the permit at this time. Proposed changes are scheduled to go into effect May 5, 2017.
We will host an informational public workshop and a public hearing on the draft permit modification on February 6, 2017. Webinar registration
Contact Us - Contact your Permit Administrator for permit assistance or your Regional Office for site specific questions.
Resources and Guidance - DMRs, Stormwater monitoring, manuals, 303(d) list information, CESCL.
Questions? Contact Amy Moon at 360-407-6467 or email@example.com
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