General Construction (Storm Water):
UPDES Permits

The Construction General Permit will expire on June 30, 2019. The new, revised permit will be posted on this website prior to its effective date of July 1, 2019, but you can view the draft permit provided during the public comment period. All permits obtained after June 30, 2018, will be extended to automatically have coverage under the new general permit. You are responsible for knowing the updated permit requirements and updating your documentation if your permit extends into this period.


Online Storm Water Permit Database

Application for Erosivity Waiver Certification

An online application system for the Erosivity Waiver Certification. First, create a “utah.gov” account, then “login” to the database to apply for the waiver. This waiver from the Storm Water Permit requirements is for “small construction activity” which is defined as construction activity that is one acre or greater but less than five acres with an “R” factor of less than 5. The “R” factor refers to the second revision of the universal soil loss equation (commonly called RUSLE 2). RUSLE 2 is a predictor of potential rainfall that could take place during the time of construction. The fee for the Erosivity Waiver will be $100 for each qualifying project.

Forms

  • Change of NOI General Contractor: DOC (16.73 KB)
  • Erosivity Waiver Certification: DOC (19 KB) | PDF (398 KB)
  • Notice of Intent: DOC (75 KB) | PDF (212 KB)
  • Notice of Termination: DOC (87 KB) | PDF (57 KB)
    An owner or operator may submit a Notice of Termination (NOT) form at the end of the construction activity.
  • Owner Transfer Form: DOC (18 KB)

Permit Coverage

Best Management Practices (BMPs)

Program Contacts

Construction Storm Water

Lisa Stevens (801) 536-4386

Manager

Jeanne Riley(801) 536-4369

Storm Water Specialist

Carl Adams (801) 536-4330

Storm Water Inspector

Ryan Curtin (801) 536-4368

Storm Water Database

WQInfoData@utah.gov (801) 536-4300