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NPCA Stormwater Manual – Appendices - Niagara Peninsula ...

NPCA Stormwater Manual – Appendices - Niagara Peninsula ...

APPENDIX T Municipal

APPENDIX T Municipal By-Law Review

Stormwater Management, Erosion and Sediment Policies and Criteria Niagara Region and Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority – DRAFT T1 APPENDIX T – CITY BY-LAWS There is a broad range of municipal by-laws within the Niagara Region and NPCA watersheds that provide protection of stormwater quality and quantity. To ensure consistency across all municipalities the Niagara Region has developed model by-laws, such as a Model Site Alteration By-law and Sewer Use By-law, as a guide for municipalities. The following is a summary of the municipal by-laws in use within the Niagara Region and NPCA watersheds as well as other jurisdictions. Highlights from the various by-laws has been summarized below that directly or indirectly relate to SWM. Storm Sewer By-Laws Pollutants that are discharged into sewers and drains are regulated by Sewer Use By-Laws. The priority of the sewer use by-law is to protect public health and safety as well as protection of the environment. The by-law helps to prevent contaminants from entering drainage systems and ultimately ending up in the environment. The Town of Fort Erie’s by-law to regulate the Management of a System of Sewer Works and Drainage Works has a number of policies specific to stormwater drainage. Storm Drainage Requirements Before issuing a building permit, or before the construction of a drain or modification to a drain, the municipality may require the owner to complete one of the following matters: a) A study of storm water quality and/or quality; b) Modification and/or construction of storm water facilities; c) Adoption and implementation of pollution prevention techniques and measures; d) Adoption of a SWM plan; or e) Any other requirement as specified by the engineer and council. Quality of Stormwater Drainage The Management of a System of Sewer Works and Drainage Works By-law for the Town of Fort Erie and Sewer Use By-law for the City of St. Catherines provides clear policies on drainage works use restrictions. The policy notes “that no person shall directly or indirectly discharge or deposit, or cause or permit the discharge or deposit of matter of any type in or into the drainage works where to do so may cause or result in impairment of the quality of the water in any well, lake, river, pond, spring, stream, reservoir or other water or watercourse”. The policy warns that doing otherwise would be a contravention of the Ontario Water Resources Act, Environmental Protection Act and the Fisheries Act. SWM facilities on Private Lands It is important that private SWM facilities are maintained to ensure effective operation and continual treatment of stormwater. The Town of Fort Erie’s Sewer Use By-law requires that all drainage service connections from multiple residential, commercial, institutional and industrial parking facilities shall be provided with interceptors meeting the MOE’s standards for stormwater quality. The policy also requires for a maintenance hole to be maintained in good repair and operating condition for observations, sampling, testing, and measurement of flow. Maintenance of the water quality devices are to be maintained at the owner’s expense. Should the owner fail to maintain the interceptor, the Corporation will carry out the required maintenance and expense to the owner or the operator. The other option is to add the maintenance costs to the tax roll of the property owner.

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    APPENDIX A Sample Questionnaire and

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    4. If you have a SWM manual, was it

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    Stormwater Management, Erosion and

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    Summary of Official Plans, SWM Poli

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    Summary of Official Plans, SWM Poli

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    Town of Grimsby City of Niagara Fal

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    Official Plan Name Date Source Wate

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    APPENDIX E Committee Meeting Minute

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    Project: 2 of 3 TSH No. - Subwaters

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    Project: NPCA SWM Policy TSH No. 54

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    Project: NPCA SWM Policies - 3 - TS

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    Project: NPCA SWM Policies - 5 - TS

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    Project: NPCA SWM Policy TSH No. 54

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    APPENDIX G Hydrogeological Sensitiv

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    Sample Erosion and Sediment Control

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    References GTACA (Greater Toronto A

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    Toronto Development Guide May 2004

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    Overview of Stormwater Management P

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    Sample Stormwater Operation and Mai

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