Storm Water

Storm water is comprised of rain, snowmelt, and irrigation runoff that flows across surfaces such as rooftops, driveways, streets, and parking lots. As storm water flows across these surfaces it collects and carries sediment, oil, grease, nitrogen, phosphorus, leaves, grass clippings, and other pollutants into the storm drain system and then untreated, into the nearest water body. Because storm water drainage systems provide NO treatment, preventing storm water contamination is crucial to protect water quality, environmental health, and local ecosystems.

Clean wetlands and healthy streams are important to Kaysville City. Residents can help keep storm water clean by doing a few simple things:

  • Sweep up grass clippings, leaves, and landscaping debris instead of washing them down the gutter
  • Dispose of chemicals, cleaners, oils and hazardous waste properly
  • Fix vehicle leaks and clean up spills immediately
  • Avoid over application of fertilizers and pesticides
  • Keep trash can lids secure
  • Wash vehicles at a commercial car wash, or on the lawn
  • Never discharge chlorinated pool water into the storm drain system, instead arrange with the sewer district to discharge into the sanitary sewer

Remember: We all live downstream!


Reporting Storm Water Pollution

To report storm water pollution, Spills, Illegal Dumping, or issues with construction sites, please call one of the following hotline phone numbers:

Storm Water Hotline – 801-497-7125

Public Works after Hours Emergency – 801-299-7733

Davis County Health Department – 801-525-5100

Household Hazardous Waste Disposal (HHW)

Household Hazardous Waste can be disposed of at the Wasatch Integrated Household Hazardous Waste Facility located at the Davis County Landfill.

For more information, visit their website at https://www.wasatchintegrated.org/

Storm Water Management Program (SWMP)

In compliance with Phase II storm water regulations under the clean water act, Kaysville City has adopted a Storm Water Management Program intended to meet these regulations and prevent storm water pollution from entering waters of the state. Comments, concerns, and questions relating to this program are welcomed and can be directed to the Public Works Department.

SWMP 2019-2020

MS4 Annual Report 2018-2019

UPDES Small MS4 Permit

Appendices

Davis County Storm Water Coalition (DCSWC)

The DCSWC is a collaborations of cities, businesses, and citizens gathered to improve storm water quality in Davis County through public outreach and education. For tips on pollution prevention, storm water education, best management practices and more please visit:

https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/publicworks/storm-water-coalition

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)

Construction activities disturbing 1 acre or more are required to obtain a Storm Water Permit from the Division of Water Quality and submit a SWPPP to Kaysville City. Construction sites that disturb less than 1 acre are also required to get a permit if the site is part of a "common plan of development or sale" that is over 1 acre.

All DWQ forms, permits, templates and information can be found at https://deq.utah.gov/water-quality/general-construction-storm-water-updes-permits

All Construction Site SWPPP, maintenance agreements and Storm Water Permit documentation must be reviewed and approved by Kaysville City prior to start of construction. Submit all documentation to the Public Works department.

Resources 

UPDES Construction General Storm Water Permit

CGP SWPPP Template

CPOD SWPPP Template

Kaysville City Storm Water Maintenance Agreement

Registered Storm Water Inspector (RSI)

Tips for the Automotive Industry

Tips for Mobile Cleaners

Tips for Landscapers

Tips for Fueling Stations

Tips for Pools and Spas

Tips for Septic Systems

BMP Fact Sheets


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