Marriott-Slaterville City is subject to regulation of the U.S. Environmental Proection Agency under Phase II of the Federal Clean Water Act. These federal mandated regulation require the city to administrer a storm water pollution and protection program. In administering this program, the city finds that:

1. The City’s existing storm water system consists of a network of man-made and natural facilities, structures and conduits, including groundwater and aquifers, that collect and route storm water runoff.
2. Uncontrolled or inadequately controlled storm water runoff endangers the City’s groundwater supply.
3. Uncontrolled or inadequately controlled storm water runoff causes erosion and property damage.
4. Uncontrolled or inadequately controlled storm water runoff hinders the City’s ability to provide emergency services to its residents.
5. Uncontrolled or inadequately controlled storm water runoff impedes the regular flow of traffic in the City.
6. Uncontrolled or inadequately controlled storm water runoff poses health hazards to the citizens of the community.
7. Storm water runoff carries concentrations of oil, grease, nutrients, chemicals, heavy metals, toxic materials and other undesirable materials that may jeopardize the integrity of ground waters and receiving waters, including the City’s culinary water supply.
8. All developed properties in the City contribute to the need for the storm water system by converting natural ground cover into impervious surfaces.
9. All developed properties in the City make use of or benefit from the City’s operation and maintenance of the storm water system.
10. The EPA and the DEQ are developing additional storm water permitting requirements that will apply to cities.
11. Absent effective maintenance, operation, regulation and control, existing storm water drainage conditions in the City constitute a potential hazard to the health, safety and general welfare of the City, its residents, and its businesses.
12. A storm water utility is the most equitable and efficient method of managing storm water in the City and ensuring that each property in the City pays its fair share of the amount that the property contributes to, benefits from, and otherwise uses the storm water system.

Public Works Education and Outreach - Storm Water and Sewer

2010 - Storm Water Management Plan

2016 - Storm Water Managemnet Plan

Storm Water Construction SWPPP Application

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