1 edition of Contra Costa County surface runoff management plan found in the catalog.
Contra Costa County surface runoff management plan
|Other titles||Surface runoff management plan :|
|Contributions||Association of Bay Area Governments., Contra Costa County (Calif.). Planning Dept., Contra Costa County (Calif.). Public Works Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||53 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||53|
Community Clean Water Initiative, Contra Costa Clean Water Program, This was a funding initiative proposing a property-related fee ranging from $12 to $22 per residential parcel per year for the purpose of funding the efforts of the 20 municipalities in Contra Costa County to meet their NPDES permit obligations. Legal Practice Management; Contra Costa County v. is a central question in cases involving damage to downstream riparian property caused by the discharge of surface water runoff into a.
general plan elements for internal consistency, including the Housing Element. The code also requires cities and counties in the state to annually review the land use element within "those areas covered by the plan that are subject to flooding identified by floodplain mapping prepared by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or the. Help Desk of the Master Gardeners of Contra Costa County Note: The Master Gardeners of Contra Costa's Help Desk is available year-round to answer your gardening questions. Except for a few holidays, we're open every week, Monday through Thursday for walk-ins from am to Noon at 75 Santa Barbara Road, 2d Floor, Pleasant Hill, CA
The Contra Costa County Public Works Department uses an electronic records system known as Laserfiche Weblink, which is used by municipalities nationwide to retrieve and manage documents. This system allows for citizen access to various public records. Public Works records currently available via Weblink include:+. Route runoff from stabilized entrances/exits thr ough a sediment trapping device before Replace gravel material when surface voids are visible. Water Quality Management Plan for the Lake Tahoe Region, Volume II, Handbook of Management Practices, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, .
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Projects creating and/or replacing at le square feet of impervious surface are required to implement Stormwater Management Facilities that are designed and sized to provide treatment to remove pollutants from stormwater runoff.* via Contra Costa County Clean Water Program website. Individual Stormwater Management (treatment and/or.
Contra Costa County John Steere @ Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Mark Boucher [email protected] Prepared with assistance from Dan Cloak Environmental Consulting and Restoration Design Group (graphics) 7TH EDITION — Contra Costa County Cece Selgren [email protected] Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Paul Detjens [email protected] Prepared with assistance from Dan Cloak Environmental Consulting Hydrograph Modification Management Plan consultants: Philip Williams & Associates and Brown & CaldwellFile Size: 1MB.
The Ranch Stormwater Control Plan Page 1 of 22 May I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Project is located on a acre property in the City of Antioch, Contra Costa County. In Februarythe RWQCB revised Provision "C.3″ in the NPDES permit governing discharges from the municipal storm drain systems of Contra Costa County.
Since Augustnew and redevelopment projects that create or replace more t square feet of impervious area have been required to treat and/or detain stormwater runoff before.
Page 4 N. Main Street, Walnut Creek, California Contra Costa County C.3 Guidebook—7th Edition M 31 The Stormwater ontrol Plan is a document detailing how the project complies with Provision.3 of the MRP. hapter 2 of the.3 Guidebook outlines the.
Stormwater Management Exhibit Notes [PDF] Walnut Creek's Small Projects and Single-Family Homes requirements [PDF]. How to prepare a Stormwater Control Plan for small projects [PDF]. Stormwater C.3 Guidebook [PDF] 7th Edition ( ). See Appendix B of the Guidebook for Soils specification.
Click here for Contra Costa County C.3 Webpage. The Program’s NPDES permit is jointly issued to the sixteen cities named above, and Contra Costa County and the Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, all of which are permittees.
These permittees are referred to collectively as. Section of the Civil Code provides that "Damages may be awarded for detriment resulting after the commencement [of the action]." (See also Bellman v.
County of Contra Costa () 54 Cal. 2d [5 Cal. Rptr.P.2d ].) Moreover, it is apparent that defendants' contention that the issue was not tried is inaccurate. J - Contra Costa Health Services Press Release and Video: Urging Contra Costa Residents to Keep Safe from COVID J - See Press Release (PDF): Contra Costa County Passes Urgency Ordinance to Establish Fines for Health Order Violations.
The Plan contains Performance Standards for five different stormwater management components. Discharge Description and Location: The Dischargers each have jurisdiction over and/or maintenance responsibility for their respective municipal separate storm drain systems and/or watercourses in the Contra Costa County basin.
(l) Stormwater management facility shall mean any device designated to detain, retain, filter, or infiltrate stormwater. (m) Stormwater control plan shall mean a plan that meets those criteria contained in the most recent version of the Contra Costa Clean Water Program Stormwater C.
Guidebook. STORMWATER CONTROL PLAN for FAIRVIEW AT NORTHGATE COMMERCIAL PROJECT COOKE PROPERTY, CITY OF VALLEJO November 6, Prepared for: Vallejo-Fairfield Developers, LLC.
ii VOLUME I TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page SECTION 1 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .1 Introduction. The County of San Bernardino and San Bernardino County Flood Control District, under the direction of Naresh Varma, Chief, Environmental Management Division, provided financial and contract management services on behalf of the California Stormwater Quality Task Force and.
additional surface runoff, and placement of facilities in the floodplain. This section describes Contra Costa County is bounded by the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta) to the east, north, and west.
Kirker Creek Watershed Management Plan, Prepared in cooperation with the Contra Costa Water District, January The County implements the NPDES requirements through its development review process to ensure local waterways meet pollution prevention and flow management requirements.
Stormwater discharges within Santa Clara County are regulated by two regional NPDES permits: San Francisco Bay Municipal Regional Permit (MRP ). PRELIMINARY STORMWATER CONTROL PLAN FOR Del Hombre Apartments CONTRA COSTA COUNTY Applicant: Del Hombre Holdings, LLC Diablo Boulevard, Suite Danville, CA Prepared by: BKF Engineers California Street, Suite San Francisco, CA October 9, (Superior Court of Contra Costa County, No.
Michael J. Phelan, Judge.) The California rules applicable to runoff of surface waters onto adjacent property and into natural watercourses have accommodated progression from a rural, agricultural society to gradual urbanization. Their extension to the management of all diffuse surface.
Left unchecked, stormwater runoff can cause widespread erosion damage to the areas around water bodies and to communities and watersheds. As a result, local, state, and federal governments are stepping in with recommended best management practices, standards, and regulations to counter the problem.
3. 3 CONTRA COSTA WATERSHED MANAGEMENT AREA Overview. Contra Costa County (Figure ), located in the geographic center of our Region, is bounded by San Francisco Bay and San Pablo Bay to the west, Suisun Bay and the channels of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers to the north, Alameda County to the south, and to the east by San Joaquin County.On Februthe RWQCB amended the Contra Costa Countywide NPDES Permit.
The major revision to the Permit is contained in Provision C stating that "all new development and significant redevelopment that creates or repla square feet or more of impervious surface must treat stormwater runoff on-site".Substantial areas within Contra Costa County are subject to flooding.
According to records maintained by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the majority of the County's creeks and shoreline areas lie within the year flood zone, an area subject to flooding in a storm which has a 1% annual probability of being equaled or exceeded.