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Stormwater Management

Middletown Stormwater Management Program

The Rhode Island Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (RIPDES) Program enacted Phase II Stormwater regulations that require operators of municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) to implement programs and practices to minimize pollution from stormwater runoff. The regulations require MS4s within urbanized or densely populated areas, such as the Town of Middletown, to develop storm water management programs and to obtain RIPDES Phase II storm water permits.

Middletown’s Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) was adopted by the Town Council in December of 2003. The goal of the SWMP is to reduce adverse impacts to water quality, aquatic habitat and human health by instituting the use of controls on the unregulated sources of storm water discharges that have the greatest likelihood of causing continued environmental degradation.

Middletown SWMP, revised April 2009

Ordinances

Chapter 151: Construction Sit Runoff Control

Chapter 153: Storm Water Management

RIDEM Storm Water Design Manual

Links

RIDEM RIPDES Webpage

US EPA NPDES Webpage

RI NEMO

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