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Storm Water

New Permit Programs

New Development Requirements

The Municipal Storm Water Permit places special emphasis on development and construction activities in the City. Opportunities for incorporating new, modern and well-integrated pollution prevention facilities into new development and redevelopment are an important part of the City's storm water and runoff management effort. The effort includes the creation of the following guiding documents described below.

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Storm Water Service Request Online Help

Storm Water Service Request Online Help

The Storm Water's website was created to assist citizens in reporting a hazardous waste discharge. Through the Service Request page you can create and review the status of your service request online. The Tour & Online Help offers an overview of creating service requests for Storm Water using the Map and Text Method. It also offers help on how to review the status of previously submitted service requests.

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Sorrento Channel Maintenance

Maps 6 & 6a

The project provides for the periodic removal of sediment, hydrophytic vegetation, trash, and debris from two concrete-lined storm water channels in Sorrento Valley. The Project will temporarily affect 0.06 acre of errant wetland vegetation that is growing on accumulated sediment within cement drainage channels.

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Nestor Channel Maintenance

Map 134

The project provides for the periodic removal of sediment, hydrophytic vegetation, trash, and debris from a concrete-lined storm water channel in Nestor. The Project will temporarily affect 0.12 acre of errant wetland vegetation that is growing on accumulated sediment within 603 linear feet of cement drainage channel.

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Murphy Channel Maintenance

Map 58

Permits are in process for maintenance of this location. Updates will be added as permits are approved.

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Chollas Channel Maintenance

Maps 91 & 93

The project provides for the periodic removal of sediment, hydrophytic vegetation, trash, and debris from a mostly concrete-lined storm water channel in Chollas Creek. The Project will temporarily affect 0.14 acre of errant wetland vegetation that is growing on accumulated sediment within 3,000 linear feet of cement drainage channel.

The effects of the maintenance will be mitigated by the restoration and enhancement of 0.34 acre in the San Diego River near Qualcomm Stadium.

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Alvarado Channel Maintenance

Maps 59, 60 & 64

On December 22, 2010, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board and the California Department of Fish and Game were notified that these storm water facilities in Alvarado Creek had overtopped and were flooding adjacent properties. As a result, that situation demanded immediate action to prevent or mitigate loss of, or damage to, life, health, property and essential public services.

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Channels

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Routing Your Project for Review or Approvals

Private Development Approvals

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Regulatory Documents

The documents listed below are intended to provide clarity on what is required under State and local law.

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