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Part 2

Municipal Grounds & Park Maintenance


Municipal Grounds & Park Maintenance

  • Good housekeeping and stormwater management required in maintaining municipal properties.
  • The goal relative to park maintenance is protection of water resources & reduction of stormwater pollution from municipal properties.
municipal property maintenance
Municipal Property Maintenance

Recognize connection of park operations to community water resources

property management bmps
Property Management BMPs:
  • Landscape planning
  • Natural Material Recycling
  • Fertilizer/Insecticide Application
  • Products Use Tracking
  • Pest Control
  • Animal Waste Management
  • Septic System Inspection and Maintenance
  • Illicit Discharge
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Sediment & Erosion Control
landscape planning
Landscape Planning
  • Reduce areas requiring irrigation
  • Mulch heavy use areas
  • Limit use of fertilizers/herbicides
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Landscape Planning
  • Maintain existing water resources –provide adequate buffer
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Landscape Planning
  • Provide adequate buffer
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Landscape Planning
  • Stream protected by dense vegetation
  • No chemicals applied to grassed area
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Landscape Planning
  • Provide signage within parks regarding importance of such features
natural material recycling
Natural Material Recycling
  • Recycle municipal and residential natural materials
  • Use recycled materials in landscape management
fertilizer pesticide application
Fertilizer/Pesticide Application

organic alternative products

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Fertilizer/Pesticide Application
  • Applicator Certification
  • Application and Record Keeping
record keeping
Record Keeping
  • Storage and Inspection
  • Scheduling of Applications
preferred integrated pesticide management ipm methods
Preferred Integrated Pesticide Management (IPM) Methods
  • Plant pest-resistant or well-adapted plant varieties such as native plants
  • Alter the park environment to deprive pests of the food, water, shelter, or other requirements they need to thrive
preferred ipm methods
Preferred IPM Methods
  • Rely on natural enemies to kill pests, thereby eliminating the need for insecticides that may end up in our waterways
  • Choose products carefully so that the least toxic, most effective material is used
  • Be aware of application timing relative to weather
ipm municpal parks
IPM Municpal Parks
  • Integrated weed management program can reduce most weeds to tolerable levels and prevent large, weed patches
  • Total elimination of weeds is not a realistic or necessary goal for most parks
pet waste collection
Pet Waste Collection
  • Provide ample containers for trash/pet waste collection
  • Provide and maintain trash receptacles
animal waste management
Animal Waste Management
  • Pollution from geese
  • Removal of nests
septic systems
Septic Systems
  • Maintenance and Inspection of Septic Facilities within Municipal Parks
in addition you serve as the eyes of your community
In addition, you serve as the eyes of your community.

You have the opportunity to see your community on a regular basis.

You can make sure your community, and those working in it, are also taking care of the waterways.

illicit discharge detection
Illicit Discharge Detection

Surface Discharge - Dumping pollutants into drains


Illegal Dumping

Post “No Dumping” signs to reinforce the message.

The signs will also help with enforcement if dumping occurs.

sediment erosion control
Sediment & Erosion Control

Ensure that sediment and erosion control BMPs are maintained on municipal property improvement projects

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Sediment & Erosion Control

Sediment and erosion control BMPs on municipal property improvement projects

summary property management bmps
Summary - Property Management BMPs
  • Landscape Planning / Material Recycling
  • Fertilizer/Insecticide Application
  • Product Use Tracking
  • Pest Control
  • Animal Waste Management
  • Septic System Maintenance
  • Illegal Discharge
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Sediment and erosion control
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Summary - Property Management BMPs

The Goal of NPDES Program is:

  • Protection of water resources
  • Reduction in sources of stormwater pollution from municipal properties.