Stormwater Division

The permit requirements for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination for Minimum Control Measure 3 (MCM 3) are defined in Section 4.2.3-4.2.3.12 of the Jordan Valley Municipalities (MS4) Permit; No. UTS000001

The following is a summary of the requirements for MCM 3.
  1. Maintain a storm sewer system map of the MS4, showing the location of all outfalls and the names and location of all State waters that receive discharges from those outfalls.
  2. Through an ordinance, or other regulatory mechanism, a prohibition (to the extent allowable under State, or local law) on non-storm water discharges into the MS4, and appropriate enforcement procedures and actions.
  3. Develop and implement a plan to detect and address non-storm water discharges, including spills, illicit connections, and illegal dumping to the MS4.
  4. Develop and implement standard operating procedures (SOPs) for: 

     

    • tracing the source of an illicit discharge.
    • characterizing the nature of, and the potential public or environmental threat posed by, any illicit discharges found or reported.
    • ceasing the illicit discharge, including notification of appropriate authorities, property owners, and technical assistance for removing the source and follow-up 
  5. Inform public employees, businesses, and the general public about the hazards associated with illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste.
  6. Promote or provide services for the collection of household hazardous waste.
  7. Publicly list and publicize a hotline or other local number for public reporting of spills and other illicit discharges.
  8. Develop a written spill/dumping response procedure, and a flowchart for internal use, including various responsible agencies and their contacts.
  9. Adopt and implement procedures for program evaluation and assessment.
  10. Train employees, at a minimum, annually on the IDDE program.
  11. Non-analytical monitoring.
Programs
3.1 Stormwater Facilities Maps
3.2 Riverton City Code
3.3 Dry Weather Screening
3.4 Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline
3.5 Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
3.6 System Monitoring


3.1 Stormwater Facilities Maps
Year Executed: 2003
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.1
Target Pollutants:
sediment, nutrients, trash, petrochemicals, household chemicals, organics
Audiences:
MS4 Employees, General Public, Contractors, Developers, Planners
Description:
Riverton City maintains an online stormwater system map and it is updated as land develops.  The map is maintained in GIS in the NAD 83 Utah Central State Plane Coordinate system.
Rational:
Riverton chose to maintain its infrastructure in GIS for its ability to attach information to map features.
Measure of Success:
Maintain Current Stormwater Facility Maps. 
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Support: GIS Specialist
Funding:
Stormwater Utility, General Fund
Facilities Maps:
Appendix:
Stormwater System Inventory
Conclusion:
2016-2017
The City obtained a Camera Truck at the end of fiscal year 2016 and as a result more infrastructure was updated in this report period than past years. 
3.1 Program History

3.2 Riverton City Code
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.2, 4.2.3.2.1
Target Pollutants:
Fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, typical residential landscaping and maintenance pollutants and debris, garage chemicals and petrochemicals and other similar waste.  Waste related to similar activities associated with commercial properties.
Audiences:
MS4 Staff, Residences, Developers, Contractors, Engineers and Planners
Description:
Riverton City updated Riverton City Code in 2011 to support the MS4 regulations.  These ordinances are; 13.20 and 13.25, Stormwater development and Stormwater Utility ordinance respectively.  There are also many existing Riverton City Codes (RCC) that also prohibit activities having negative impact on stormwater quality.
Rational:
Ordinance revisions specifically for MS4 regulations were necessary to implement the stormwater programs and enforcement.
Measure of Success:
Annually evaluate the programs and enforcement actions issues related to ordinance.  Make conclusions and recommendations to City.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Appendix:
Appendix:
SWMP Amendments  Includes ordinance revisions
Conclusion:
2016-2017
City did not make ordinance revision this report period.  To address conclusions and ordinance issues from the past 2014-2015 year Stormwater Staff determined it was best to use the State CGP SWPPP template more closely making it not necessary to revise City ordinance to use the Riverton City SWPPP template.  Riverton City still has its own SWPPP template but the differences are even more inconsequential than before.
3.2 Program History

3.3 Dry Weather Screening
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.3, 4.2.3.3.1, 4.2.3.3.2, 4.2.3.4, 4.2.3.5, 4.2.3.5.1, 4.2.3.6, 4.2.3.6.1, 4.2.3.7, 5.2.2, 5.2.2.1, 5.2.3, 5.3, 5.4
Target Pollutants:
All discharges affecting the quality of runoff
Audiences:
City Officials, EPA Regulators.  It can also be directed to residential, commercial and institutional public as support for education material
Description:
The program involves screening the City stormwater systems at least once on an annual basis.  This is an observational procedure not a physical filtering device.  In summary, program involves observing whether water is present when it should not be and any visual observations of polluted water or stains.  The procedure is defined by the Dry Weather Screening SOP and the dry weather screening locations are shown on Riverton City’s online Stormwater Facilities Map.
Rational: 
The regulation is a very specific for this requirement.  No other rational is necessary other that the screening process is described in the Dry Weather Screening SOP.
Measure of Success:
Maintain Dry Weather Screen Log.  Evaluate log and file a conclusion and recommendations annually.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures:
Appendix:
Dry Weather Screening Log
Conclusion:
2016-2017
No questionable discharges have been discovered this report period or any prior.  No changes to the program are recommended at this time.
3.3 Progam History

3.4 Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline
Year Executed: 2013
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.9, 4.2.3.9.1, 4.2.3.10, 5.3, 5.4
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
MS4 Staff, General Public, Emergency Personnel, Developers, Contractors
Description:
A Hotline Link is provided on the Quicklinks of the Riverton Webpage.  Procedural direction for MS4 staff to respond to calls from staff internally and from the public.  It also includes direction for MS4 staff responders for the proper containment, clean up and reporting.
Rational: 
A written plan is necessary to ensure a reliable, responsive and effective system to contain, discharges resulting from illegal dumping and spills. It is also necessary for a basis to document the proper implementation of the program.
Measure of Success:
Maintain an Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline Log.  Evaluate log and file a conclusion and recommendations annually.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
General fund, Stormwater Utility
Hotline Documents: Standard Operations Procedures:
Appendix:
Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline Log
Conclusion:
2016-2017 
Dumping from the public and staff and is being reported and documented.  Some minor incidences were not followed through well but over all the program is is functioning as intended.  Other than a long list of dirt piles being reported as dumping which is managed by the City Ordinance Enforcement Officer,  only 9 really needed to be reported as Illegal dumping and of the 9 dumping reports only 1 incident was necessitated prosecution.
3.4 Program History

3.5 Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
Year Executed: 2003
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.8
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
General Public
Description:
Riverton City through the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement has co-permitted with SLCo Public Education and Outreach Program.  Their program includes Household Hazardous Waste Disposal program that meets the requirements of this MCM.  The accountability is defined by Task 2 of Co-Permit Accountability Document.
Rational: 
Co-Permitting with SLCo on this item was the most efficient and effective way to inform and provided the public this vital MCM.
Measure of Success:
This program is co-permitted with Salt Lake County and is measured by Salt Lake Counties Program.  See Section 2.4, 2014-2015 Annual Report Jordan Valley Municipalities Report
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
General fund, Stormwater Utility
Appendix:
Trans-Jordan Landfill
Co-Permit Accountability Document
2014-2015 Annual Report Jordan Valley Municipalities Report
Conclusion:
2016-2017
Program 3.5 is function as intended and no changes are necessary.  See Annual Report Jordan Valley Municipalities Report
3.5 Program History

3.6 System Monitoring
 Year Executed: 2016
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.3, 4.2.3.3.2, 4.2.3.4
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
General Public, MS4 staff
Description:
Camera Truck.  Model TBD per identified schedule.
Rational: 
Discharges from illegal connections are random and difficult to find with dry weather screening programs.  Visual inspection via camera will reveal all illegal connections.
 
Measure of Success:
Maintain an Illegal Connections Log.  Evaluate incidences to prevent reoccurances.  Report when and how illegal connections where corrected.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures: Appendix: Conclusion:
2016-2017
The camera truck is new this report period and as of June 30th no illegal connections were found with the mile of pipe that was inspected.  Since June30th a handful of illegal connections have been found which will be reported next period.