Storm Water Services provide by the City Engineering Division includes providing, educational information to residents, developers and contractors on the Storm Water system and regulations. In accordance with federal and state laws, the City of Midland has adopted a storm water management plan, whose goal is to reduce pollutants that may be washed into the drainage system by rain.
In accordance with federal and state laws, the City of Midland has adopted a storm water management plan, which aims to reduce pollutants that may be washed into the drainage system by rain.
The goal of the construction element of the City of Midland’s Storm Water Management Program is to protect receiving waters from pollutants occurring at construction sites and to provide guidance and promote the continued growth in and around Midland in a manner that is compliant with federal, state, and local storm water regulations.
If you plan to begin construction in the City of Midland, you may be subject to certain local, state, or federal requirements. At a minimum, all construction sites in the City of Midland need to implement erosion and sediment controls to prevent the introduction of pollutants into the street surface drainage portion of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4). Depending on the size of your project, you may be required to implement erosion and sediment controls, file a Construction Site Notice, a Notice of Intent, develop a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3), or all of the above items. A SWP3 must be completed before you submit a Notice of Intent to obtain a permit to discharge storm water from your site.