If you have an after-hours City related storm water problem please call Clayten Nelson at 435-752-2646 x2.
This is NOT for emergencies involving fire, law enforcement, or animal control.
Polluted storm water runoff is often transported to municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) and ultimately discharged into local rivers and streams without treatment. EPA’s Storm Water Phase II Rule establishes an MS4 storm water management program that is intended to improve the Nation’s waterways by reducing the quantity of pollutants that are introduced into storm sewer systems during storm events. Common pollutants include oil and grease from roadways, pesticides and fertilizers from lawns, sediment from construction sites, and carelessly discarded trash, such as cigarette butts, paper wrappers, and plastic bottles. When deposited into nearby waterways…
Storm water runoff, snow melt runoff, surface runoff, street wash waters related to street cleaning or maintenance, infiltration, and drainage.
Illegal and/or unauthorized connections to the municipal separate storm water system whether or not such connections result in discharges into that system.
Any discharge to the municipal separate storm sewer system that is not composed entirely of storm water and not specifically exempted under the Permit.