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NPCA Stormwater Manual – Appendices - Niagara Peninsula ...

NPCA Stormwater Manual – Appendices - Niagara Peninsula ...

Official Plan Name Date

Official Plan Name Date Source Water Protection Official Plan •unknown •Hydrogeologic studies to ensure future development does not impact ground and surface water quality and quantity Watershed Planning •Undertake watershed and subwatershed planning in areas of urban development pressure and areas where significant environmental concerns have been identified •Work with conservation authorities, provincial ministries, neighbouring municipalities, and County •Establish and Achieve water Quality and Quantity objectives Secondary Planning / Neighbourhood Control Plans •n/a Hazard Land Policies Transportation Development Application/SWM Requirements Sediment & Erosion Control •Riverine Hazard Lands •Lakeshore Hazard Lands •For Riverine will use a one-zone and two-zone concept •Regulatory Flood Standard - 1/100 yr flood for Riverine flood plains (except GRCA) •Regional for GRCA watershed •Permitted uses in flood plains (lists 8 types) •Lake Erie shore is subject to fluctuating water levels, wave action and storms and seichie episodes •Right-Of-Way widths: -Arterial - 36m -Collector - 30m -Local - 20m •Prior to the approval of any development application, the County may require the preparation of any or all of these studies: -SWM plans -Provide general criteria to be considered when reviewing applications for development within designated Hamlets (availability and provision for adequate SWM facilities -Special Hamlet Policies -Detailed studies - SWM including erosion and water quality and quantity control shall be required -Erosion and sediment control required to the satisfaction of the County, conservation authority or others -Construction methods and techniques which prevent and control pollution will be required (applies to public works also) Servicing •New development and redevelopment in Urban Areas shall generally proceed where the development is fully serviced by adequate drainage and SWM facilities •All new development in non-urban areas shall be subject to SWM practices •SWM studies will be required for development proposals •In all instances the need for SWM facilities will be determined by the county, conservation authority or any other agency having jurisdiction •SWM will provide provisions and methods to ensure that quantity and quality of runoff will not exceed pre-development levels or appropriate levels as determined by the County, conservation authority and other agencies Combined Storm and Sanitary •Prohibited Municipal Drains •Open and closed Municipal Drains will be designed, constructed and maintained to reduce negative effects on the environment Region of Niagara •January 2004 •Development and site alteration restricted in the vicinity of vulnerable groundwater features Additional studies may be required to demonstrate development will not impact groundwater •Recommends the ecosystem approach fro environmental planning such as watershed studies to guide development and conservation at a broad level •Provide general requirements of watershed studies •Encourages preparation of secondary plans (neighbourhood plans, urban renewal plans) •Environmental Planning Studies are required for Secondary Plans •Not required for individual site specific development proposal •Provide policies for Hazard Lands •n/a •SWM Report including Sediment and Erosion control plans to be submitted with an application for development in accordance with Region Policies, MOE and existing environmental planning studies •n/a •Elimination of combined sewer overflows and bypasses shall be Regional priority •Region supports Municipal Drainage projects that include Best Management Practices Town of West Lincoln •June 1998 •Development should be directed away and restricted in hydrogeologically sensitive areas •Promote watershed management plans •n/a •Provide policies for Hazard Lands •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •Determine what design requirements are necessary to eliminate, mitigate or compensate for adverse effects on fish habitat Town of Pelham New Draft 2006 - Not yet released •n/a •n/a •Prepares Secondary Plans •n/a •n/a •In accordance with Secondary Plans •n/a •n/a •n/a City of St. Catharines •March 2006 •n/a •n/a •These guidelines should be read in conjunction with the general policies set out herein and other relevant sections of the Official Plans as they apply to the designated secondary planning area. •Development within flood plains to be cognizant of flood susceptibility •n/a •n/a •Minimize adverse impacts on the local groundwater systems and baseflow minimize pollution to watercourses •Minimize release of sediment to storm sewers and water bodies from construction practices •Where any area is partially developed but is deficient in storm drainage the design and installation of the necessary works for new development shall accommodate existing development where appropriate •All new development in the •n/a urban area shall be connected to the sewage disposal system. All sanitary sewers constructed henceforth shall be completely separated from any storm drainage facilities and the City will progressively separate present sewers from all stormwater connections. City of Niagara Falls •December 2005 •n/a •Council shall develop and adopt SWM plans for watershed areas in advance of major development or redevelopment •n/a •n/a •n/a •All new development or redevelopment within the City be connected to and serviced by a suitable storm drainage system •n/a •n/a •n/a Town of Niagara on the Lake •October 2003 •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a 4

Official Plan Name Date Source Water Protection Official Plan •unknown •Hydrogeologic studies to ensure future development does not impact ground and surface water quality and quantity Watershed Planning •Undertake watershed and subwatershed planning in areas of urban development pressure and areas where significant environmental concerns have been identified •Work with conservation authorities, provincial ministries, neighbouring municipalities, and County •Establish and Achieve water Quality and Quantity objectives Secondary Planning / Neighbourhood Control Plans •n/a Hazard Land Policies Transportation Development Application/SWM Requirements Sediment & Erosion Control •Riverine Hazard Lands •Lakeshore Hazard Lands •For Riverine will use a one-zone and two-zone concept •Regulatory Flood Standard - 1/100 yr flood for Riverine flood plains (except GRCA) •Regional for GRCA watershed •Permitted uses in flood plains (lists 8 types) •Lake Erie shore is subject to fluctuating water levels, wave action and storms and seichie episodes •Right-Of-Way widths: -Arterial - 36m -Collector - 30m -Local - 20m •Prior to the approval of any development application, the County may require the preparation of any or all of these studies: -SWM plans -Provide general criteria to be considered when reviewing applications for development within designated Hamlets (availability and provision for adequate SWM facilities -Special Hamlet Policies -Detailed studies - SWM including erosion and water quality and quantity control shall be required -Erosion and sediment control required to the satisfaction of the County, conservation authority or others -Construction methods and techniques which prevent and control pollution will be required (applies to public works also) Servicing •New development and redevelopment in Urban Areas shall generally proceed where the development is fully serviced by adequate drainage and SWM facilities •All new development in non-urban areas shall be subject to SWM practices •SWM studies will be required for development proposals •In all instances the need for SWM facilities will be determined by the county, conservation authority or any other agency having jurisdiction •SWM will provide provisions and methods to ensure that quantity and quality of runoff will not exceed pre-development levels or appropriate levels as determined by the County, conservation authority and other agencies Combined Storm and Sanitary •Prohibited Municipal Drains •Open and closed Municipal Drains will be designed, constructed and maintained to reduce negative effects on the environment Town of Pelham •Updated (not released yet) •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a 5

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