Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4s) Permits
- Modified General Permit for Discharges from Small MS4s—UTR090000 effective 12/1/2016 (3.46 MB)
Municipal storm water systems such as cities, counties, state universities, state hospitals, etc. are covered by the General Permit for Discharges from Small MS4s which was issued on December 9, 2002. A general permit is a permit that is issued to cover a large number of facilities with similar discharges.
- Jordan Valley Municipalities (MS4) Permit No. UTS000001 (2.98 MB)
The Jordan Valley Municipalities MS4 Permit No. UTS000001 is administratively continued until further notice. The revised Draft Jordan Valley Municipalities MS4 Permit No. UTS000001 was Public Noticed from July 25, 2018 through August 27, 2018. A summary of the comments received on the July 25, 2018 Draft can be found below. The comments received on the Draft will be considered in the development of a revised Draft. Additionally, a stakeholder group will be convened in Spring 2019 to refine the Long-Term Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment (Post-Construction Storm Water Management) minimum control measure language. A revised Draft will be re-Public Noticed at a future date. If you have questions or require additional information, please contact Jeanne Riley at Jeanne Riley or (801) 536-4369.
- Salt Lake City MS4 Permit No. UTS000002 (290.24 KB)
- Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) MS4 Permit No. UTS 000003
- Utah MS4 List (06/28/18) (13.29 KB)
- Annual Report Form (373.41 KB)
The MS4 Annual Report Form has been developed by EPA to obtain various MS4 program data. If you find you need additional space for your responses, please use Section 10, Additional Information.
- Construction Storm Water Inspection Form (Checklist) (06/2015)
The Division of Water Quality has developed a Construction Storm Water Inspection Form in coordination with the USWAC organization. This inspection form (checklist) will be used by DWQ and municipalities for inspection of construction projects throughout the State.
- Notice of Intent (1.01 MB)
An NOI should be submitted to the DWQ for coverage under the UPDES permit program.