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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE II. Virginia Beach. Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Local Condition. Atlantic Ocean Watershed. AREA 312 SQUARE MILES CHESAPEAKE BAY 98 SQUARE MILES WATERSHED SOUTHERN 209 SQUARE MILES WATERSHED

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N p d e s phase ii

N.P.D.E.S. PHASE II

Virginia Beach


Chesapeake bay watershed

Chesapeake BayWatershed

Local Condition

Atlantic

Ocean

Watershed

AREA 312 SQUARE MILES

CHESAPEAKE BAY 98 SQUARE MILES

WATERSHED

SOUTHERN 209 SQUARE MILES

WATERSHED

ATLANTIC OCEAN 5 SQUARE MILES

Southern

Watershed


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Pre-1970 Development

Approximately 100 pre-1970 neighborhoods exist

40% of population


N p d e s phase ii minimum control measure

N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIMinimum Control Measure

PUBLIC EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

  • Department of Agriculture has several programs to promote proper level of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.

    • Commercial Pesticide Applicator re-certification courses

    • Courses for nitrogen application though trickle irrigation

    • Lake and Pond management workshops

    • Promotion of the use of grass filter strips

    • Promotion of a conservation district Envirothon.

    • Back Yard Conservation programs

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIMinimum Control Measure

PUBLIC EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

  • Programs for tire recycling through Virginia Dare Soil and Water Conservation (150 tons of tires).

  • Active Public Education Programs through:

    Boy ScoutsLocal Harvest Fair

    Early Discovery School Groups

  • Public Education through cooperative education programs with HRPDC – HR Storm Initiative at TV, theater and local events.

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION / INVOLVEMENT

  • Recycling and city wide “Blue Can” pickup contract with Tidewater Fiber (e.g. Tyre Recycling).

  • “Adopt A” Programs:

    Highway Waterway Street

    Park Trail Beach

    School Ground

  • Clean the Bay Day (131 miles / 40 tons).

  • Storm drain stenciling (W.Q. Fish) “Dumping Pollutes”.

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIMinimum Control Measure

ILLICIT DISCHARGE DETECTION AND ELIMINATION

  • Dry weather field screening; Map grid / consultant testing via annual services contract.

  • Adopted Stormwater Management Ordinance.

  • HAZMAT Program; Fire Department / Public Works (371 spill responses)

  • River Stars Program in cooperation with Elizabeth River Project.

  • Stormwater Hotline,

  • Inspectors (12 illicit discharges detected and corrected).

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


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CONSTRUCTION SITE RUNOFF CONTROL

  • Construction plan review by DSC

    • 01-02 – 1304 development plans reviewed.

    • Erosion and Sediment Control plans required.

  • Land disturbances >5 acres reported to DEQ.

  • Education and training of construction inspectors for DCR certification

  • E & S part of all city construction projects.

  • Site Plan Ordinance.

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


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POST-CONSTRUCTION RUNOFF CONTROL

  • City’s Standards and Specifications for development requires stormwater treatment and control.

  • CIP Program constructs regional facilities where possible.

  • Stormwater Management Master Plan.

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIMinimum Control Measure

POLLUTION PREVENTION/GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

  • City Personnel receive training and certifications to ensure proper use of materials and maintenance methods to prevent or reduce pollution.

  • Capital Improvement Program includes projects to upgrade or replace those parts of city infrastructure to reduce or prevent pollution

  • BMP’s are inspected and evaluated to ensure performance while evaluating various methodologies for long term compatibility in the city.

  • Stormwater Management Master Plan includes planning for future City water quality needs as dictated by the Comprehensive Development Plan.

  • Proper disposal of all toxic/hazardous waste is performed with regional waste management program as a member of the Southeastern Public Service Authority.

Virginia Beach SWM Activities:


N p d e s phase ii storm water utility fund

N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund

HISTORY OF STORM WATER FUND

  • Established by City Council in December 1992 as part of Capital Improvement Program approval with 7-4 vote

  • Implementation in July 1993

  • Separate Bill

  • Combine With Water/Sewer Bill in January 2004


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund

BASIS FOR BILLING

  • Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) = 2,269 Square Feet

  • Residential = 1 ERU per Dwelling Unit

  • Multi-family and Non-residential Based on Impervious Area

  • Total Billings Through FY2001-02 are $72.4 Million

  • Total Collections are 99.3%


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water Utility Fund

LESSONS LEARNED

  • Get unanimous approval by Council/Board

  • Have adequate staffing for start-up

  • Don’t underestimate the demands of your customers

  • You can never charge enough to meet all your needs

  • Know how you are going to bill before you get started

  • Customers will not pay just because you send a bill

  • Do it anyway - it is still a good idea


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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N.P.D.E.S. PHASE IIStorm Water CIP


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