Stormwater Division

The permit requirements for Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations for Storm Water Minimum Control Measure 6 (MCM 6) are defined in Section 4.2.6-4.2.6.9 of the Jordan Valley Municipalities (MS4) Permit; No. UTS000001

The following is a summary of the requirements for MCM 6.
  1. Inventory all City owned property and develop standard operating procedures(SOP’s) that will prevent or reduce pollutant runoff from these property’s.  Identify the high priority sites and specific SOP’s and inspection programs that will prevent or reduce pollutant runoff from these property’s.
  2. Develop SOP’s for all municipal operations that can adversely affect stormwater runoff.
  3. Develop SOP’s governing city construction projects and contracted municipal operations.
  4. Develop SOP’s collecting and analyzing inspection reports for the purpose of improving municipal operations.
  5. Train employees, at a minimum, annually on the Construction Site Storm Water Runoff on Storm Water program.

Riverton City has implemented programs for MCM 6, described in this Section.

Programs
6.1: Long-Term Stormwater Management Plan (LTSWMP) Riverton Facilities/Property
6.2: Public Construction Contracts
6.3: Service Contract Operation and Maintenance Plan
6.4: Sweeping
6.5: Drainage System Maintenance



 6.1:  Long-Term Stormwater Management Plan (LTSWMP) Riverton Facilities/Property
Year Executed: 2011
Currently only the Public Works Facility at 4150 West has a fully operational LTSWMP, however, all departments and divisions throughout the City are operating under functioning SOPs specifically written to protect the quality of runoff and the environment from City operations.
The development of LTSWMPs are in development for all City facilities.
Reference Regulation:
4.2.6.1, 4.2.6.2, 4.2.6.3, 4.2.6.4, 4.2.6.7.1
Target Pollutants:
Including but not limited to: Loose trash, sediment and debris, salt, pesticides, herbicides, nutrients, organic matter, metals, hydrocarbons, detergents, bacteria, chlorine…
Audiences:
MS4 Personnel
Description:
The LTSWMPs identifies the typical pollutants generated by operations and maintenance, and it describes the facilities inherent abilities and limitations to contain and control these pollutants.  SOPs have been written and implemented to specifically compensate for the limitations of the facilities design for the operations that are generally exposed to the environment, however the SOPs do not define the operations that are generally conducted indoors in a controlled and contained environment.
Rational:
The City chose the LTSWMP system to standardize how it maintains its properties and to create order and consistency with all departments and divisions. 
A LTSWMP is also expected by private development and the City’s LTSWMPs are considered to be the bar expected Riverton's private development.  City staff does not expect private development to do more than the City itself is doing, therefore the City’s LTSWMPs can be included as an educational component of the City’s LTSWMP Program for private development.  City staff also uses it own LTSWMPs as a benchmark when reviewing LTSWMPs created for private developments.
Measure of Success:
Evaluate of SOP compliance as reported by site inspections and field observations and conclude on effectiveness and staff adherence to SOPs.  Make recommendations.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Long-Term Stormwater Management Plans:
Water Department Facility 3323 West Sanborn Drive NOT COMPLETE
Riverton City Hall 12830 South Redwood Road  NOT COMPLETE
Park Department Facility 12700 South 1300 West  NOT COMPLETE
Cemetery Facility 1500 West 13200 South  NOT COMPLETE
Standard Operations Procedures:
Appendix:
 Operation Reports:
Stormwater System Maintenance Annual Report
Stormwater Camera Annual Report
Conclusion:
2014-2015
The program is functioning well for the Public Works Facility at 4150W.  This documents is the baseline tool   Stormwater staffs uses to train City staff and document MS4 compliance. 



6.2: Public Constructions Contracts
Year Executed: 2011
Amended:
Reference Regulation:
4.2.6.8
Target Pollutants:
Pollutants related to Public construction and Maintenance activities
Audiences:
Constructors, City Staff
Description:
City projects are governed by the City Procurement Department.  City construction and service contracts follow the City’s Standard Contract Terms and Conditions.  This document requires that construction projects meet the terms of the ENC, LDPs and LTSWMP and these documents facilitate the stormwater project control programs.
Rational:
This process is developed by necessity because all City construction project contracts are required to be facilitated by the Procurement Department.
Measure of Success:
Evaluate Construction Projects facilitated by this program and conclude on its effectiveness and staff conformity
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures:
This program is governed by MCM4 Programs
4.0.20 Land Disturbance
4.0.10 Right-of-Way Encroachment
Appendix:
BMP 4.3 Land Disturbance Log
Conclusion:
2014-2015
Generally the program functions properly.  Some City projects were affected politically and occasionally begin without the programs 4.3 and 5.3 fully completed.



6.3: Service Contract Operation and Maintenance Plan
Year Executed: 2015
Reference Regulation:
4.2.6.5
Target Pollutants:
Pollutants related to Public construction and Maintenance activities
Audiences:
Service Contractors, City Staff
Description:
The Service Contract Operation and Maintenance Plan is a plan required by service contractors providing City services.  It facilitates procedures to operate services in a manner that will control and contain pollutants generated by the service.  The service contracts are governed City’s Standard Contract Terms and Conditions managed by the Purchasing Department.  This document requires that construction projects meet the terms of the Service Contract Program that facilitates  a Service Contract Operation and Maintenance Plan.
Rational:
City projects are commissioned by the City Procurement Department and so it is necessary to incorporate the Service Contract Operation and Maintenance Plan program into the City Contract Program.  This process is necessary to ensure the multiple departments and divisions correlate the various jurisdictional tasks
Measure of Success:
Evaluate Service Contracts facilitated by this program and conclude on its effectiveness and staff conformity
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager, Purchasing Manager, Related Departments and Divisions
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures:
O&M Plan Instruction for Service Contractors
Large Construction Terms & Conditions Bidding Contract
Tile, Small Construction Contract Terms & Conditions
Conclusion:
2014-2015
This program did not function properly this report period.  City service contracts are managed by the departments and divisions requesting the service, and notice to begin was issued without creating an O&M Plan resulting in uncontrolled pollutants.  Program documents have been revised which should facilitate implementation for 2015-2016.



6.4: Sweeping
Year Executed: 2000
Reference Regulation:
4.2.1.5, 4.2.6.4.5
Target Pollutants:
Pollutants related to Public construction and Maintenance activities
Audiences:
 
Description:
 
Rational:
 
Measure of Success:
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager, Purchasing Manager, Related Departments and Divisions
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures:
 
Conclusion:
2014-2015
 


6.5: Drainage System Maintenance
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.6.4.6
Target Pollutants:
Pollutants related to Public construction and Maintenance activities
Audiences:
 
Description:
 
Rational:
 
Measure of Success:
Responsible Staff:
 
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures:
 
Conclusion:
2014-2015