Form MO780-2049 "Stormwater Annual Report - Small Ms4 Permits Addendum - Water Quality Program Assessment (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System)" - Missouri

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MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM
STORM WATER ANNUAL REPORT – SMALL MS4 PERMITS ADDENDUM - WATER
QUALITY PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
(MUNICIPAL SEPARATE STORM SEWER SYSTEMS)
INSTRUCTIONS
You are not required to complete this ADDENDUM. However, the Department of Natural Resources strongly recommends this form as a
way to satisfy Section 2b of the Small MS4 Annual Report, or at a minimum thoroughly address the items included in this addendum.
The purpose of this report is to contribute information to an evaluation of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, or NPDES,
small municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) permit program. Consistent with Missouri storm water regulations 10 CSR 20-6.200
and federal regulations 40 CFR §9, 122, 123, 124 the Department is evaluating the status of your program. A “no” answer to a question
does not necessarily mean noncompliance with your permit or with the state and federal regulations. In order to establish the range of
variability in the program, it is necessary to ask questions along a fairly broad performance continuum. The Department of Natural
Resources may use some of this information as one component of compliance evaluation.
A. WATER QUALITY PRIORITIES
1.
Does your MS4 discharge to waters listed as impaired on Missouri’s most recently approved 303(d) list or to waters for which a TMDL has been approved by EPA and is
currently in effect? For more information visit www.dnr.mo.gov/env/wpp/waterquality/303d.htm.
Yes
No
2.
If yes, identify each impaired water, the impairment(s), whether a TMDL has been approved by EPA for each, and whether the TMDL identifies your MS4
as a source of the impairment.
Impaired Water
Impairment
Approved TMDL
MS4 Assigned to WLA
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
3.
What specific sources of these pollutants of concern are you targeting?
4.
Do you have discharges to any Wild and Scenic Riverways, drainages thereto, or Outstanding State Resource Waters? (a list of these waters can be found in
10 CSR 20-7.031 tables D and E).
Yes
No
5.
Are you implementing additional specific provisions to ensure their continued integrity?
Yes
No
B. PUBLIC EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
1.
Is your public education program targeting specific pollutants and sources of those pollutants?
Yes
No
2.
If yes, which of the following pollutants did your public education program target this reporting period?
Suspended Solids
Pesticides
Temperature
Nutrients/Fertilizers
Oils and Greases
Other
Chlorides
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
3.
What sources of pollution did you target for these pollutants (for education) this reporting period?
4.
Note specific successful outcome(s) (e.g., quantified reduction in fertilizer use; NOT tasks, events, publications) fully or partially attributable to your public education program
during this reporting period.
5.
Do you have an advisory committee or other body comprised of the public and other stakeholders that provides regular input on your storm water program?
Yes
No
C. CONSTRUCTION
1.
Do you have an ordinance or adopted policies stipulating:
a.
Erosion and sediment control requirements?
Yes
No
b.
Other construction waste control requirements?
Yes
No
c.
Requirement to submit construction plans for review?
Yes
No
d.
MS4 inspection authority?
Yes
No
e.
MS4 enforcement authority?
Yes
No
MO 780-2049 (07-09)
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM
STORM WATER ANNUAL REPORT – SMALL MS4 PERMITS ADDENDUM - WATER
QUALITY PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
(MUNICIPAL SEPARATE STORM SEWER SYSTEMS)
INSTRUCTIONS
You are not required to complete this ADDENDUM. However, the Department of Natural Resources strongly recommends this form as a
way to satisfy Section 2b of the Small MS4 Annual Report, or at a minimum thoroughly address the items included in this addendum.
The purpose of this report is to contribute information to an evaluation of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, or NPDES,
small municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) permit program. Consistent with Missouri storm water regulations 10 CSR 20-6.200
and federal regulations 40 CFR §9, 122, 123, 124 the Department is evaluating the status of your program. A “no” answer to a question
does not necessarily mean noncompliance with your permit or with the state and federal regulations. In order to establish the range of
variability in the program, it is necessary to ask questions along a fairly broad performance continuum. The Department of Natural
Resources may use some of this information as one component of compliance evaluation.
A. WATER QUALITY PRIORITIES
1.
Does your MS4 discharge to waters listed as impaired on Missouri’s most recently approved 303(d) list or to waters for which a TMDL has been approved by EPA and is
currently in effect? For more information visit www.dnr.mo.gov/env/wpp/waterquality/303d.htm.
Yes
No
2.
If yes, identify each impaired water, the impairment(s), whether a TMDL has been approved by EPA for each, and whether the TMDL identifies your MS4
as a source of the impairment.
Impaired Water
Impairment
Approved TMDL
MS4 Assigned to WLA
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
3.
What specific sources of these pollutants of concern are you targeting?
4.
Do you have discharges to any Wild and Scenic Riverways, drainages thereto, or Outstanding State Resource Waters? (a list of these waters can be found in
10 CSR 20-7.031 tables D and E).
Yes
No
5.
Are you implementing additional specific provisions to ensure their continued integrity?
Yes
No
B. PUBLIC EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
1.
Is your public education program targeting specific pollutants and sources of those pollutants?
Yes
No
2.
If yes, which of the following pollutants did your public education program target this reporting period?
Suspended Solids
Pesticides
Temperature
Nutrients/Fertilizers
Oils and Greases
Other
Chlorides
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
3.
What sources of pollution did you target for these pollutants (for education) this reporting period?
4.
Note specific successful outcome(s) (e.g., quantified reduction in fertilizer use; NOT tasks, events, publications) fully or partially attributable to your public education program
during this reporting period.
5.
Do you have an advisory committee or other body comprised of the public and other stakeholders that provides regular input on your storm water program?
Yes
No
C. CONSTRUCTION
1.
Do you have an ordinance or adopted policies stipulating:
a.
Erosion and sediment control requirements?
Yes
No
b.
Other construction waste control requirements?
Yes
No
c.
Requirement to submit construction plans for review?
Yes
No
d.
MS4 inspection authority?
Yes
No
e.
MS4 enforcement authority?
Yes
No
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C. CONSTRUCTION (CONTINUED)
2.
Do you have written procedures for:
a.
Reviewing construction plans that include erosion and sediment control?
Yes
No
b.
Performing erosion and sediment control inspections?
Yes
No
c.
Responding to erosion and sediment control violations?
Yes
No
3.
Identify the number of active construction sites > 1 acre in operation in your jurisdiction at any time during the reporting period.
Non-municipal
Municipal
4.
How many of the sites identified in # 3 did you inspect this reporting period?
Non-municipal
Municipal
5.
Describe, on average, the frequency with which your program conducts construction site inspections.
Non-municipal
Municipal
6.
Do you prioritize certain construction sites for more frequent inspections?
Yes
No
If Yes, based on what criteria?
7.
Do you require development of a storm water pollution prevention plan, or SWPPP, for construction activities, and ensure standards comply with
NPDES Phase II requirements?
Yes
No
8.
Do your municipal projects comply with state and local requirements for erosion and sediment control?
Yes
No
9.
Identify which of the following types of enforcement actions you used during the reporting period for construction activities; indicate the number of actions or note those for
which you do not have authority:
Yes
Notice of Violation
No Authority
#
Yes
Administrative Fines
#
No Authority
Yes
Stop Work Orders
#
No Authority
Yes
Civil Penalties
#
No Authority
Yes
Criminal Actions
No Authority
#
Yes
Administrative Orders
No Authority
#
Yes
Other
#
10.
Do you use an electronic tool (e.g., GIS, data base, spreadsheet) to track the locations, inspection results and enforcement actions of active construction sites
in your jurisdiction?
Yes
No
11.
What are the three most common types of violations documented during this reporting period?
a.
b.
c.
12.
How often do municipal employees receive training about the construction program?
D. ILLICIT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION
1.
Have you completed a map of all outfalls and receiving waters of your storm sewer system?
Yes
No
2.
Have you completed a map of all storm drain pipes of your storm sewer system?
Yes
No
3.
Identify the number of outfalls in your storm sewer system.
4.
Do you have documented procedures, including frequency, for screening outfalls and open conveyances?
Yes
No
5.
Of the outfalls identified in # 3, how many have been screened for dry weather discharges at any time since you obtained MS4 permit coverage?
6.
What is your frequency for screening outfalls for illicit discharges?
.
a.
Describe any variation based on size/type.
7.
Describe your approach to screening open conveyances for illicit discharges.
8.
Do you have an ordinance or other regulatory mechanism that effectively prohibits illicit discharges?
Yes
No
9.
Do you have an ordinance or other regulatory mechanism that provides authority for you to take enforcement action or recover costs for addressing illicit discharges?
Yes
No
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D. ILLICIT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION (CONTINUED)
10.
During this reporting period, how many illicit discharges or illegal connections have you discovered?
11.
Of those illicit discharges and illegal connections discovered or reported, how many have been eliminated?
12.
How often do municipal employees receive training about the illicit discharge program?
E. STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FOR MUNICIPAL OPERATIONS
1.
Have storm water pollution prevention plans (or an equivalent plan) been developed for:
a.
All public parks, ball fields, other recreational facilities and other open spaces.
Yes
No
b.
All municipal construction activities, including those disturbing less than 1 acre.
Yes
No
c.
All municipal turf grass/landscape management activities.
Yes
No
d.
All municipal vehicle fueling, operation and maintenance activities.
Yes
No
e.
All public works, parks and other municipal maintenance yards.
Yes
No
f.
All municipal waste handling and disposal areas.
Yes
No
g.
Other municipal operations.
Yes
No
2.
Are storm water inspections conducted at these facilities?
Yes
No
3.
If Yes, at what frequency are inspections conducted?
4.
List activities for which operating procedures or management practices specific to storm water management have been developed? (such as road repairs, catch basin
cleaning, landscape management, etc.)
Yes
No
5.
Do you prioritize certain municipal activities or facilities for more frequent inspections?
Yes
No
a.
If Yes, at what frequency are inspections conducted?
6.
On average, how frequently are catch basins and other inline treatment systems inspected?
7.
Do all municipal employees overseeing planning and implementation of storm water-related activities receive comprehensive training about storm water management?
Yes
No
8.
If yes, do you also provide regular updates and refreshers?
Yes
No
a.
If so, how frequently or under what circumstances?
9.
How often do other municipal employees and contractors performing duties that can impact storm water receive training about storm water management?
F. NEW AND REDEVELOPMENT (POST-CONSTRUCTION) STORM WATER MEASURES
1.
Do you have ordinances or other mechanisms to require:
a.
Pre-site design meetings with developers?
Yes
No
b.
Site plan reviews for storm water quality of all new and re-development projects of an acre or more?
Yes
No
c.
Reasonable mimicking of pre-construction storm water runoff quality in all new development projects of an acre or more?
Yes
No
d.
An incremental improvement of existing storm water runoff quality in redevelopment projects of an acre or more?
Yes
No
e.
Long-term operation and maintenance of storm water management controls?
Yes
No
f.
Retrofitting to incorporate long-term storm water management controls?
Yes
No
2.
If you have retrofit requirements, what are the circumstances or criteria?
3.
What are your criteria for determining which new/re-development storm water plans you will review for water quality? (such as all projects, projects disturbing greater than
one acre, etc.)
4.
Do your ordinance(s) or other regulatory mechanism(s) allow for:
a.
Non-structural site design options to allow for optimal water quality management in long-term storm water runoff? (such as minimized/disconnected impervious
surfaces, cluster housing in exchange for green space, resource protection boundaries, etc.)
Yes
No
b.
Structural contemporary, dispersed micro-infiltration/filtration practices such as grassed swales, sand filters, neighborhood roundabouts with rain gardens, etc.?
Yes
No
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F. NEW AND REDEVELOPMENT (POST-CONSTRUCTION) STORM WATER MEASURES (CONTINUED)
5.
Do you require water quality design standards or performance standards, either directly or by reference, be met for new development and re-development?
Yes
No
6.
Do these design standards/performance measures require pre-construction runoff conditions in new development be met for:
a.
Flow volumes.
Yes
No
b.
Peak discharge rates.
Yes
No
c.
Discharge frequency.
Yes
No
d.
Flow duration.
Yes
No
e.
Water quality.
Yes
No
7.
Please provide the Web address/reference where all post-construction storm water management standards are located.
8.
Do your zoning bylaws, ordinances or other regulatory processes allow or enable:
a.
Flexible site design criteria such as smaller lot sizes, reduced setbacks and narrow streets in exchange for functional green space and optimal water quality
management in storm water runoff.
Yes
No
b.
Established regulatory controls over tree clearance and removal of mature trees or forest stands?
Yes
No
c.
Green space residential developments (cluster development or conservation subdivision design)?
Yes
No
d.
The location of bioretention areas, rain gardens, filters strips, swales and constructed wetlands in required setback areas?
Yes
No
e.
Construction of low impact development, or LID, storm water management techniques (bioretention, swales, filter strips) on land held in common (when appropriate)?
Yes
No
f.
Use of permeable paving for parking stalls and spillover parking areas?
Yes
No
g.
Limited clearing within the right-of-way to the minimum necessary to construct roadway, drainage, sidewalk and utilities, and to maintain site lines?
Yes
No
9.
Does your review and approval process include using a water quality checklist?
Yes
No
10.
If yes to # 9, please check all of the following checklist items that apply:
a.
Existing and proposed mapping and plans (recommended scale of 1" = 50'.) which illustrate:
1.
Existing and proposed topography (minimum of 2-foot contours recommended).
Yes
No
2.
Compatibility with watershed plans, land use plans, comprehensive plans, (contemporary street standards) etc.
Yes
No
3.
Perennial and intermittent streams.
Yes
No
4.
Mapping of predominant soils from USDA soil surveys as well as location of any site-specific borehole investigations that may have been performed.
Yes
No
5.
Boundaries of existing predominant vegetation and proposed limits of clearing.
Yes
No
6.
Location and boundaries of resource protection areas such as wetlands, lakes, ponds and other setbacks (e.g., stream buffers, drinking water well setbacks,
septic setbacks).
Yes
No
7.
Grading plan with location of existing and proposed roads, buildings and other structures.
Yes
No
8.
Location of existing and proposed utilities (e.g., water, sewer, gas, electric) and easements.
Yes
No
9.
Location of existing and proposed conveyance systems such as grass channels, swales and storm drains.
Yes
No
10.
Flow paths.
Yes
No
11.
Location of floodplain/floodway limits and relationship of site to upstream and downstream properties and drainages.
Yes
No
12.
Location and dimensions of proposed channel modifications, such as bridge or culvert crossings.
Yes
No
13.
Location, size, maintenance access and limits of disturbance of proposed structural storm water management practices.
Yes
No
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F. NEW AND REDEVELOPMENT (POST-CONSTRUCTION) STORM WATER MEASURES (CONTINUED)
14.
Location of proposed community recreation/green space areas.
Yes
No
15.
Functional landscape plan.
Yes
No
b.
Narrative and supporting calculations describing:
1.
Representative low-impact development techniques (with supporting evidence that technique is compatible with site characteristics) such as on-lot bioretention,
tree clearing minimization, minimizing directly connected impervious surfaces, open section roads (also called roadside swales), etc.
Yes
No
2.
Zoning, acreage, types and amounts of land uses. (e.g., parking spaces, density, green areas, building footprint areas)
Yes
No
3.
Traffic analysis estimating average daily trips for street network and parking requirements.
Yes
No
4.
Site impervious area (including effective disconnections).
Yes
No
5.
Reforestation and/or resource conservation protection measures.
Yes
No
6.
Comparison of proposed development data with allowable density, land use, etc.
Yes
No
7.
Development phasing or implementation sequence.
Yes
No
8.
Other?
11.
How many development and redevelopment project plans were reviewed during the reporting period to assess impacts to water quality and receiving stream protection?
12.
How many of the plans identified in # 11 were approved?
13.
How many privately owned permanent storm water management practices/facilities were inspected during the reporting period?
14.
How many of the practices/facilities identified in # 13 were found to have inadequate maintenance?
15.
How long do you give operators to remedy any operation and maintenance deficiencies identified during inspections?
16.
Do you have authority to take enforcement action for failure to properly operate or maintain storm water management practices/facilities?
Yes
No
17.
How many formal enforcement actions (i.e., more than a verbal or written warning) were taken for failure to adequately operate or maintain storm water management
practices/facilities?
18.
Do you use an electronic tool (e.g., GIS, database, spreadsheet) to track post-construction BMPs, inspections and maintenance?
Yes
No
19.
Do all municipal departments or staff (as relevant) have access to this tracking system?
Yes
No
20.
How often do municipal employees receive training about the post-construction program?
G. PROGRAM RESOURCES
1.
What was the annual expenditure to implement MS4 NPDES permit requirements this reporting period?
2.
What is next year’s budget for implementing the requirements of your MS4 NPDES permit and SWMP?
3.
This year what is your source(s) of funding for the storm water program and annual revenue (amount or percentage) derived from each?
Source:
Amount $:
OR %:
Source:
Amount $:
OR %:
Source:
Amount $:
OR %:
4.
How many full time equivalent employees does your municipality devote to the storm water program (specifically for implementing the storm water program versus municipal
employees with other primary responsibilities)?
5.
Do you share program implementation responsibilities with any other entities?
Yes
No
Entity:
Activity/Task/Responsibility:
Your Oversight/Accountability Mechanism:
Entity:
Activity/Task/Responsibility:
Your Oversight/Accountability Mechanism:
Entity:
Activity/Task/Responsibility:
Your Oversight/Accountability Mechanism:
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