Stormwater Management

Characteristics of the MS4

Numerous features of the natural landscape trap runoff and allow rainwater to filter into the ground. Wetlands and ponds can retain significant volumes of water; forests and grasslands absorb water freely. These natural features remove pollutants and slow the rate of surface runoff. Land development often eliminates features that moderate stormwater runoff, may expose soil to erosion, and may exacerbate other negative impacts. It is, therefore, important for the MS4 to inventory, evaluate and characterize the natural, land use and development characteristics of the area. This characterization helps to establish a realistic stormwater management programs whose goal is to maintain pre-development runoff conditions.

Watersheds and Receiving Waterbodies:
  • MS4 Watersheds:
    • To Be Determined
    • To Be Determined
  • Primary Receiving Waterbodies:
    • To Be Determined
    • To Be Determined
Population Characteristics:
  Within Municipality Within MS4 Area
Total Population  
Population Density  
Number of Households  
Other  
Development and Land Use Characteristics:
  Within Municipality Within MS4 Area
Percent of Developed Area  
Percent of Undeveloped Area  
Residential Acreage  
Commercial Acreage  
Number of Building Permits Issued  
Other  
       
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