MS4 Stormwater Management Plan and Associated Reports
The 2017 Annual MS4 Report
Please be advised that The Town of Monroe, as being registered under the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s (CTDEEP) General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems MS4 (latest five year permit issued in 2017), is required by provisions of the Clean Water Act and registration under the General Permit, to file an annual report of activities undertaken to meet the Minimum Control Measures specified in the Permit and in the Town’s Stormwater Management Plan.
The General Permit requires a 30 day public comment period on the draft plan before it is filed with CTDEEP.
Accordingly, the report can be viewed in the Engineering Department at Town Hall, 7 Fan Hill Road, Monroe, CT., and/or it can be viewed within the Engineering Department or Public Works Department sections/pages of The Town of Monroe website: (http://www.monroect.org/stormwater-pollution-control-resources)
Comments relative to the Annual Report may be directed in writing to:
Scott Schatzlein, PE
7 Fan Hill Road
Monroe, CT 06468
General questions can be directed to the Inland Wetlands Department at 203-452-2809
Click here to view The 2017 Annual MS4 Report.
The MS4 General Permit Stormwater Management Plan (effective July 7, 2017)
The current MS4 General Permit will expire on June 30, 2017, and will be replaced with a new MS4 General Permit effective July 1, 2017. As part of the new MS4 General Permit, the Town is required to update its Stormwater Management Plan. Accordingly, On or before sixty (60) days from the date of the availability of the Plan (4-3-17), members of the public may review the plan and submit written comments to email@example.com A printed version of the Plan is also available in the Engineering Department and Public Works Department.
Click here to view the MS4 Stormwater Management Plan (effective July 7, 2017)
Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Plan
(effective January 16, 2018)
Click here to view the Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Plan (effective January 16, 2018)