The City is currently covered under the state’s General Permit for Storm Water Discharges from Small Municipal Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s). The General Permit requires the City to develop and implement a comprehensive Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) to reduce the amount of pollutants discharged in urban runoff, and to improve and protect water quality. The Storm Water Annual Report provides an in depth summary of the City SWMP Best Management Practices implementation. The City is required to submit a Storm Water Annual Report to the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board by September 15th each year.
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Annual Report - Introduction
Chapter 1 - Municipal Operations
Chapter 2 - Illicit Discharge
Chapter 3 - Public Participation
Chapter 4 - Public Education
Chapter 5 - Construction Site
Chapter 6 - Post Construction
Chapter 7 - Industrial Facilities
Chapter 8 - Commercial Facilities
Chapter 9 - Addressing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) in the SWMP
Chapter 10 - Program Management
Attachment 1 - Best Management Practices (BMP) Summary Table
Attachment 2 - Neary Lagoon Pumping Report