Stormwater Management

Writing and Maintaining your SWMP for your Project

EPA's Stormwater Phase II Rule and the Stormwater Managers Resource Center - 
Many communities and subdivisions built since 1990 are facing the prospect of needing to address the impacts of stormwater runoff as part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Phase II Stormwater Program, commonly referred to as simply the Phase II Rule. Phase II, is the second component of a two part program to improve the quality of the nation's streams, rivers, lakes, and estuaries by managing stormwater runoff from urban and suburban areas, construction projects, and industrial sites. Phase I, began in 1990. The Phase II program is the next step and covers smaller municipalities, urban subdivisions, and construction sites over 1 acre. All Subdivision HOA's are bound by this ruling. The Phase II Rule sets forth the primary requirements for these urban subdivisions.
Post-construction runoff control for all subdivisions includes elements for developing, implementing, and enforcing a program to address discharges of post-construction runoff and specifies appropriate stormwater treatment practices (STPs) in an ongoing fashion

Colorado Land Advisor can provide an initial assessment starting at $399. This product provides: training, technical research, supporting documents for detention projects, as well as compliance monitoring.

Call Colorado Land Advisor for an assessment today 970.812.3288