The Ambient Water Quality Management System (AWQMS) database includes ambient water monitoring data collected by the Utah Department of Environment Quality and its partners.
Once you have obtained your User Account, please visit Utah’s AWQMS Portal to login to the database.
The UPDES Storm Water Database allows online submission of a Notice of Intent (NOI) and Notice of Termination (NOT) for the following types of permits:
- Industrial – MSGP
- General Construction Permit – UTRC
- Common Plan – UTRH
Create an Account
- Select the ‘Create an Account’ link at the bottom right of the Database login screen.
- Return to the Database login screen and “log in” using your new account information.
Commonly Asked Questions
Can I renew my permit online?
Yes, if your permit is not expired. For Construction and Common Plan permits that are expired, you must submit a Notice of Termination (NOT) and request a new Permit. For Industrial expired permits, you must contact our office.
Can I change the General Contractor on my company’s NOI online?
No. You must complete and sign a Change of NOI General Contractor Form and submit it to DWQ by email.
Where can I send my annual MS4 audit report?
How do I access netDMR to submit my discharge monitoring report data?
Go to the NetDMR website
How do I get a refund for an NOI that has been canceled?
Send us an email and include your permit information, reason for the refund, and your contact information including phone number.
How do I update my permit information for changes to acreage, changes to locality info (e.g., latitude/longitude)?
Send us an email and include your permit information, changes requested and your contact information including phone number.
The UPDES Water Quality Database allows online submission of a Notice of Intent (NOI) and Notice of Termination (NOT) for the following types of permits:
- Construction Dewatering and Hydrostatic Testing – UTG
- Erosivity Waiver Certification (Construction)
- No Exposure Certification (Industrial)
This map application provides environmental spatial data from each Division at DEQ. The Division of Water Quality data layers include Assessed Lakes (locations only), Assessed Waters (lakes and streams), Groundwater Permits, Mercury in Fish Tissue, Monitoring Locations, UPDES Dischargers, Underground Injection Control Permits and Hydrologic Units (HUC8). Each searchable data layer on the DEQ Interactive Map is also downloadable as a GIS shapefile or a data table format.
Training videos can be found in the upper right-hand corner of the map. Look for the Water Quality tab for training videos specific to the Water Quality data layers.
This map helps identify designated beneficial uses assigned to Utah waters including domestic drinking water, agricultural use, aquatic life, and recreation. The map also provides the latest available Water Quality assessments based on the Final 2016 Integrated Report (including assessment category 5 or 303[d] waters), causes of impairments, and the affected beneficial uses.