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Stormwater Management Standards Manual - Toledo Metropolitan ...

Stormwater Management Standards Manual - Toledo Metropolitan ...

Stormwater Management Standards Manual - Toledo Metropolitan

  • Page 2 and 3: TMACOG STORMWATER MANAGEMENT STANDA
  • Page 4 and 5: 3.5.3 Drainage Structure Location .
  • Page 6 and 7: 8.2.2 Regulatory Floodway..........
  • Page 8 and 9: GROUND WATER TABLE ................
  • Page 10 and 11: TN ................................
  • Page 12 and 13: Flow Around Ends ..................
  • Page 14 and 15: FIGURES Figure 1-1 Effects of Urban
  • Page 16 and 17: Executive Summary The Stormwater Co
  • Page 18 and 19: Chapter 8: Regulatory Floodplain an
  • Page 20 and 21: has taken 30 years to start to iden
  • Page 22 and 23: 1.3.1 Changes in Watershed Hydrolog
  • Page 24 and 25: A well-designed plan requires consi
  • Page 26 and 27: 1.5.1 Nonstructural Controls Nonstr
  • Page 28 and 29: CHAPTER 2 - Stormwater Management S
  • Page 30 and 31: applications. These regulations are
  • Page 32 and 33: • Description of how the Runoff R
  • Page 34 and 35: Lucas County Lucas County Engineer
  • Page 36 and 37: Township of Richfield 3951 Washburn
  • Page 38 and 39: CHAPTER 3 - RUNOFF REDUCTION HIERAR
  • Page 40 and 41: keeping stormwater pollution out of
  • Page 42 and 43: Schueler, T. R., Site Planning for
  • Page 44 and 45: Rainfall Intensities in Inches/Hour
  • Page 46 and 47: f. HEC-RAS used for FEMA Studies 3.
  • Page 48 and 49: 3.5.2 Capacity Storm sewers should
  • Page 50 and 51: a. All materials should be of such
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    4.1.1 Exclusions: Activities that a

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    • Total area of the site and the

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    stabilization, vegetative buffer st

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    The sediment settling pond volume c

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    for roads or utilities), the projec

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    SWP3 is adequate, or whether additi

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    work best in gently sloping areas (

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    function by slowing runoff velociti

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    Sand filtration systems are most be

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    limited to a height of 18 inches. T

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    Example of a Perimeter Sand Filter

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    5.3 Runoff Treatment 5.3.1 Bioreten

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    Site Applicability Bioretention is

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    Introducing Runoff Runoff must be i

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    Plan View Of A Bioretention Cell Fi

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    Underdrain Gravel Underdrain gravel

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    Type Botanical Name Common Name F T

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    • The cell is draining properly a

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    General Applicability Land Area Con

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    energy of the inflow. Stone riprap

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    Maintenance Maintenance Agreement A

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    5.3.3 Wet Detention Ponds Wet deten

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    Minimal Water Supply To avoid drawd

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    Sediment Removal Sediment removal i

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    5.3.4 Dry Extended Detention Basins

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    Riser Design Hoods or trash racks s

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    Example of a Dry Extended Detention

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    CHAPTER 6 - ILLICIT DISCHAGE DETECT

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    Should be the same agency as tracin

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    Sewer Conversion: Areas that were o

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    6.4.2 Dry Weather Field Screening T

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    6.5.1 Local Agency Contact Informat

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    CHAPTER 7 - Riparian Setbacks _____

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    Floodplains perform crucial roles,

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    are ecologically compatible and emp

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    yards, recycling facilities, quarri

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    8.2 Lands Subject to These Control

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    more than 1.0 foot. (Some jurisdict

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    • Be consistent with the need to

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    • Category 1 - wetlands are consi

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    eissued (extended), and revoked fro

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    Oak Openings Region Boundary Figure

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    Authorized representatives of local

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    Base Flood The flood having one per

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    1. Dry Detention Basin A basin that

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    Fill Added earth that is designed t

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    Infiltration The absorption of wate

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    Ohio Rapid Assessment Method A mult

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    Regulatory Floodway The channel and

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    Soil and Water Conservation Distric

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    Temporary Soil Erosion and Sediment

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    Appendix B: Best Management Practic

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    Example of Matting Installation Fig

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    Description Applying a protective l

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    6. Permanent Seeding Description Pe

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    Design Guidelines Site Preparation

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    Example of a Sediment Trap Figure A

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    Safety Sediment basins shall be con

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    Example of a Sediment Basin Figure

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    Example of Silt Fence Installation

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    Examples of Inlet Protection Techni

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    Example of Construction Entrance Fi

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    Maintenance Mud spilled, dropped, w

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    Figure Appendix B- 9 Example of Str

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    summary of the activities the juris

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    Riparian Resolution for Township RI

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    Riparian Resolution for Township SE

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    Riparian Resolution for Township 26

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    Riparian Resolution for Township 1.

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    Riparian Resolution for Township ap

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    Riparian Resolution for Municipalit

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    Riparian Resolution for Municipalit

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    Riparian Resolution for Municipalit

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    Riparian Resolution for Municipalit

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    Riparian Resolution for Municipalit

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    Conservation Development for Townsh

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    Conservation Development for Townsh

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    Conservation Development for Townsh

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    Conservation Development for Munici

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    Conservation Development for Munici

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    Conservation Development for Munici

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    Lucas County Stormwater Quality Rul

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Sediment and Erosion Control Ordina

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    Illicit Discharge & Illegal Connect

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    Illicit Discharge & Illegal Connect

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    Illicit Discharge & Illegal Connect

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    Illicit Discharge & Illegal Connect

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    Illicit Discharge & Illegal Connect

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