Stormwater Management Documents

Click on a link below to download the document.

Click  HERE to report an Illicit Discharge.


 Sample Local Law for Stormwater Management and Erosion & Sediment Control
(Revised 3/06)

Stormwater Management and Erosion & Sediment Control
Local Law #10-2007

Prohibition of Illicit Discharges to Separate Storm Sewer
Local Law #9-2007

Stormwater Management and Erosion & Sediment Control
Local Law #4-2013

Phosphate Fertilizer Law
Local Law #1-2010

Septic Pumpout Law
Local Law #2-2010

Septic Maintenance East of Hudson
Local Law #1-2011


Restoration and Lake Management Plan for Lake Oscawana

Lake Oscawana Management Plan (Final)
August 2008

Lake Oscawana 2009 Annual Monitoring Report

Lake Oscawana 2010 Annual Monitoring Report

Lake Oscawana 2011 Annual Monitoring Report

 Restoration and Lake Management Program for Lake Oscawana (Final)

Lake Oscawana – Restoration Program
Final Strategy Evaluation


Lake Peekskill

New York Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program (CSLAP)
2008 Annual Report

New York Citizens Statewide Assessment Program (CSLAP)
2009 Annual Report

New York Citizens Statewide Assessment Program (CSLAP)
2010 Annual Report

New York Citizens Statewide Assessment Program (CSLAP)
2011 Annual Report


Roaring Brook Lake
New York Citizens Statewide Assessment Program (CSLAP)
2010 Annual Report
New York Citizens Statewide Assessment Program (CSLAP)
2011 Annual Report

Putnam Valley MS4 Documents

MS4 Resolution Page 1

MS4 Resolution Page 2

Year Two Annual Report (2005)

Year Three Annual Report (2006
Year Four Annual Report (2007)

Year Five Annual Report (2008)

Putnam Valley MS4 Presentation Comments from Public Meeting on May 8, 2008

Year One Annual Report (2009)

Year Two Annual Report (2010)

Year Three Annual Report (2011)

Year Four Annual Report (2012)

Year Five Annual Report (2013)

Year Six Annual Report (2014)

Year Seven Annual Report (2015)

Year Eight Annual Report (2016)
MS4 Semi Annual Report (2016)


Articles

What is Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution?

Managing Nonpoint Source Pollution from Households

Planting trees puts streams in balance
Natural buffers stop erosion, protect habitat

Watershed Stewardship

Urban Stormwater Runoff


Links

NY State Department of Environmental Conservation

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency