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Storm Water Annual Report 2017

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Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (General Permit Year 4) 

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 Program (SWMP) to reduce the amount of pollutants discharged in urban runoff, and to improve and protect water quality. In February 2013, the State adopted a new General Permit for Storm Water Discharges from Small Municipal Storm Sewer Systems. The new General Permit became effective July 1st, 2013. The General Permit required a Guidance Document in lieu of the City's previous Storm Water Management Plan.

The Storm Water Annual Report provides an in depth summary of the City Storm Water Best Management Practices implementation. The City is required to submit a Storm Water Annual Report to the State Water Board by October 15th each year. The full report is also available on the State's permit database at

All links below are PDF format. 

Annual Report Summary and Supporting Documents

Annual Report FY2016-2017

Annual Neary Lagoon Summary Report

Community-Based Social Marketing Summary

Program Effectiveness Assessment Summary

Watershed Monitoring Documentation

Environmental Compliance Monitoring Report-2017

San Lorenzo River Alliance WQWG Progress Report-2017

TMDL BMP Implementation Documentation

TMDL BMP Annual Report

Post-Construction Requirements (PCR) Implementation Documentation

PCR Annual Report 2016-17

PCR Performance Report