Arlington County Stormwater Maintenance Agreement

April 8th, 2021

CWA requires municipalities to have a rainwater management plan that obtains a single minimum credit of 20 points for legal requirements (9 VAC 25-870-95) to municipalities and municipalities MS4 that register as VSMP authorities. Localities must have an inspection and maintenance program for all PMBs notified and monitored for TMDL requirements, or at risk of losing credits. Phase III of the Wip requires localities to check all previously notified and credited BMPs from 2017. SPG Superintendent Francisco Durin told Mark Schwartz, director of Arlington County, that time was crucial for approving the GSP repayment agreement for the project after the project was completed. Promotes the maintenance of bSP in private ownership through 3 available grants. Funds are available for (1) Inventory – Inspection, (2) Repair – Maintenance and (3) BMP Extension. The project is part of Stormwater resilient Arlington County Strategy, developed in response to the july 2019 major flooding in the Westover neighborhood. The project is not expected to have an impact on the planned opening of the new school at 1644 N. McKinley Road in August 2021. Includes information on rainwater maintenance in an annual expedition that discusses real estate flood insurance in vulnerable areas, which can receive up to 200 points.

If other organizations (NGOs, agencies, companies, media, etc.) participate in the promotion, you can get up to 50 points. Including information on securing rainwater, such as extraach materials. B which are provided in case of flood, can be credited (up to 50 points). The creation of a task force committee (such as a watershed committee) can receive up to 80 points. James City County: has developed a special policy of Stormwater Criteria (SSC) that has been applied to a new development in accordance with approved master watershed plans. These stricter criteria allow for greater emphasis on the location and control of source code in protected underwater basins. The criteria are met when high priority soils are maintained in order to maintain their natural infiltration capacity. When infiltration capacity is compromised, SSC measures – including common parking agreements (to reduce waterproof surfaces) and the use of GNP in the field (. B for example, rain gardens, rain barrels, saddles and permeable pavers) apply. A barrier often repeated in local assemblies is the issue of local responsibility for flood damage.

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