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MS4 Education

 

The City of Pickerington is permitted as an MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems).

The City of Pickerington must make sure our residents have access to educational materials and resources to make wise choices that affect our storm water quality.

The long term protection of water quality for Pickerington residents is important.

Please visit the link below to learn more.

 

Six Minimum Control Measures of MS4 Communities

1.      Public Education and Outreach
Distributing educational materials and performing outreach to inform citizens about the impacts polluted storm water runoff discharges can have on water quality.

2.      Public Participation/Involvement
Providing opportunities for citizens to participate in program development and implementation, including effectively publicizing public hearings and/or encouraging citizen representatives on a storm water management panel.

3.      Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
Developing and implementing a plan to detect and eliminate illicit discharges to the storm sewer system (includes developing a system map and informing the community about hazards associated with illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste).

4.      Construction Site Runoff Control
Developing, implementing and enforcing an erosion and sediment control program for construction activities that disturb 1 or more acres of land (controls could include silt fences and temporary storm water detention ponds).

5.      Post-Construction Runoff Control
Developing, implementing and enforcing a program to address discharges of post-construction storm water runoff from new development and redevelopment areas. Applicable controls could include preventive actions such as protecting sensitive areas (e.g., wetlands) or the use of structural BMPs such as grassed swales or porous pavement.

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