Surface Water Management Utility plans, designs, constructs, maintains, administers all City Surface Water conveyances and facilities, and the regulations for its control, as well as establishes standards for design and construction.
The City's Municipal Stormwater (MS4) permit, issued by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), is up for renewal and City staff is soliciting comments on the renewal application package that is due to DEQ by March 1, 2017.
The City’s Healthy Watershed’s Program is the lead program in the City’s efforts to protect water quality. The Healthy Watersheds program also provides technical expertise and guidance to all City departments to ensure implementation and compliance with the NPDES Permit, TMDL Water Quality Management Plans, and other surface water related issues.
Surface Water Maintenance is responsible for the day to day operation of the surface water utility. These services include catch basin maintenance, street sweeping, storm water facility maintenance and emergency utility services.
Surface Water Maintenance Superintendent
Jim Bateman (503) 635 -0280
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