1 edition of Surface runoff management plan for Alameda County found in the catalog.
Surface runoff management plan for Alameda County
|Other titles||Final draft report|
|Statement||Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.|
|Contributions||Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
and the thirteen other cities in Alameda County developed a Storm Water Management Plan, adopted the first five year plan in June , and the second in July , and entered into an agreement entitled "Agreement to Implement the Alameda County Urban Runoff . vested per pre mining activities and Alameda County Quarry Permits Q-1 (), Q-4 (), and Q (). Surface mining reclamation activities at the site are currently conducted pursuant to Surface Mining Permit and Reclamation Plan No. SMP (“SMP”), approved in
The area shall be graded and drained to dispose of all surface water accumulated within the area. Guidance regarding to where surface water shall drain may be found in the city of Fremont urban runoff standard conditions of approval. Directly connected impervious surfaces shall be minimized. (g) Hydrograph Modification Management Plan (HMP). Within the County, NCFCWCD has a Stormwater Program Specialist on staff to administer and coordinate the County-wide Program. The Stormwater Program Specialist will also implement many County-wide Program activities. Refer to the Napa County Stormwater Management Plan, dated Decem for program activities and quantifiable targets. IV.
rights place of use. Dudley Ridge Water District, Kern County Water Agency, Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District, County of Kings, Palmdale Water District, and Alameda County Water Agency (collectively the “Buyers”) manage and operate facilities for the distribution of State Water Project (SWP) water to customers in. SUSTAINABLE STORMWATER MANAGEMENT: IMPLEMENTING BEST infiltration of rainwater into the soil and increase surface runoff. When runoff quantity exceeds the capacity of the sewer system, combined sewer overflows (CSOs) occur, sending partially untreated water into the San Francisco Bay Alameda County, and. 2File Size: 4MB.
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Surface where there is currently no impervious surface. Stormwater Requirements Checklist. Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit (MRP ) Stormwater Controls for Development Projects. CITY OF ALAMEDA PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT WEST MALL SQUARE, ROOM ALAMEDA, CA I.
Applicability of C.3 and C.6 Stormwater Requirements. In Alameda County, stormwater discharge from 17 participating agencies and cities is regulated by the Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program (ACCWP) under an NPDES permit issued by the San Francisco Bay RWQCB.
The ACCWP has prepared and issued a ‐ Stormwater Management Plan intended to reduce the discharge of pollutants in stormwater to the maximum extent possible and.
water runoff or minimize peak runoff. All applicable projects shall be required under the Alameda County Cleanwater Program to incorporate.
appropriate site design measures to minimize impacts to water quality. These may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1.
Minimize land disturbance; 2. Minimize impervious surfaces (e.g., roadway width. in the Alameda Watershed Management Plan. Some specific issues noted in the following appendices may have been refined through the planning process.
These refinements are reflected in the Alameda Watershed Management Plan. Items noted with an asterisk were not prepared by EDAW and their subconsultants but were integral to the planning process. Municipal Regional Stormwater NPDES Permit.
Order No. R2 Alameda County, the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Fairfield-Suisun Urban Runoff Management Program (hereinafter referred to as the Fairfield-Suisun Permittees) and have submitted a permit application (Report of Waste Discharge).
The practice of capturing runoff within a matrix of soil and plant roots. Following capture, the runoff is evapotranspirated or infiltrated to surrounding and underlying soils.
During frequent or intense runoff events, the soil-and-plant-root matrix may become saturated, in which case excess runoff may be discharged to an underdrainFile Size: 2MB. Section of the Countyof Alameda (County) Surface Mining Ordinance (SMO) authorizes the process of periodic reviews of each surface mining permit and reclamation plan issued in the County.
This code section specifies thathe planning commission shall review t surface mining permits and approved reclamation plans. This chapter shall be known as the County of Alameda stormwater management and discharge control ordinance and may be so cited.
(Prior gen. code § ) Section Purpose and intent. The purpose of this chapter is to ensure the future health, safety, and general welfare of county citizens by. Trees, ground vegetation and natural soil conditions are able to absorb a great deal of a storm’s water and surface runoff is minimized.
After construction shown on the right, when buildings and paved surfaces are introduced, the absorption capacity of the land is greatly reduced. Risk Management manages general liability claims against the County of Alameda. Claims must be filed with the Clerk of the Board, and will be resolved by the Risk Management Unit.
Members of the public that hold events in County buildings may purchase insurance for those events as part of the space reservation process through programs managed. Alameda County General Ordinances Chapter Grading Erosion and Sediment Control or other earthen materials generated on or caused by surface runoff on or across the permit area; and to ensure that the intended use of a graded site is consistent with the county general plan, any specific plans adopted thereto and applicable county.
ART Alameda County Project: Vulnerability and Risk Report () ART Oakland/Alameda Resilience Study () City of Alameda Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) () City of Alameda Sea Level Rise Hazard Assessment () These assessments provide the foundation for more detailed adaptation planning in Alameda.
All the. regional arff fire training center apn stormwater management plan city of hayward alameda county california february 1, prepared by: 4th st, ste. santa rosa, ca exhibit c. Surface cleaners, get trained and recognized by BASMAA in pollution prevention and control. View our 30 minute presentation.
Looking for a cleaner trained in water pollution prevention. View our list of trainees. Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter and get automatic updates about BASMAA meetings and events in the Bay Area. Integrated Resources Plan (PDF) Urban Water Management Plan Water Supply Reliability Fact Sheet (PDF) Regional Water Supply Efforts.
The Bay Area Regional Reliability (BARR) Partners include the following: Alameda County Water District; Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency; Contra Costa Water District; East Bay Municipal Utility District. The Water Board's urban runoff management program focuses on reducing pollutant transport through stormwater drain systems into surface waters.
In general, measures that will effectively limit storm drain pollutant discharge will also limit direct runoff of pollutants into creeks, streams, and lakes. Alameda Countywide Transit Plan i TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary Background and Context E-1 Vision and Goals E-3 Transit Market Analysis E-3 Existing Conditions, Issues, and Challenges E-4 Opportunities E-7 Policy Strategies E-8 Moving Forward E-8 Background and Context About Alameda County Plan Development Process the Alameda County Resource Conservation District and the USDA Natural Resource • Implements management actions outlined in a watershed management plan with monitored surface runoff captured from the Alameda watershed; and surface runoff captured from the.
The GSI Plan sets impervious surface GSI retrofit targets for, and that will contribute to a sustainable storm drain system that slows runoff by dispersing it to vegetated areas, captures runoff for reuse, promotes infiltration and evapotranspiration, and uses.
ALAMEDA COUNTY UNINCORPORATED ALAMEDA COUNTY UNINCORPORATED ALAMEDA COUNTY HAYWARD SUNOL. PLEASANTON DUBLIN LIVERMORE. Figure 3.H 1 Hydrology and Water Quality Topography. Brushy Peak Mount Diablo (10 mi) Mount Hamilton (20 mi) San Francisco Bay (12 mi) Danville (5 mi) Stoneridge Mall Sandia National Labratory Lawrence Livermore National.
Applicable federal, state, and county requirements are described subsequently. Alameda County The majority of the proposed project is located within Alameda County (see Figure in Chapter 2).
Surface water and groundwater quality and use in Alameda County are under the jurisdiction of the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation.San Diego Hydrology Model (SDHM ) Reviewer Workshop Doug Beyerlein, P.E., P.H., Alameda County, Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and Sacramento County in California.
– ARM (Agricultural Runoff Management) Model for EPA by Hydrocomp – NPS (Non-Point Source) Model for EPA by Hydrocomp.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.