CITY OF LOMPOC STORM WATER PROGRAM

The mission of the Storm Water Division is to protect the storm water quality of the community. This will be accomplished by implementing the City’s adopted Storm Water Management Ordinance, and Municipal and Industrial Permit programs. Duties will be identified, prioritized and performed in a manner that reflects the City Council’s direction and maintains the ethical standards promoted by the Association of Environmental Professionals.


HOTLINE – REPORT ILLEGAL DISCHARGES

  • HOTLINE NUMBER – 805-736-1266
  • HOTLINE EMAIL – Stormwater@ci.lompoc.ca.us
  • All liquid in the street, gutter, or entering a storm drain inlet in the street is a potential pollutant that should be reported
Small Municipal Storm Sewer System (MS4) Requirements

DEVELOPMENT

Storm Water Infiltration Requirements
Post – Construction Technical Guidance
Storm Water Grading Requirements
  • Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP)
    ESCPs are required for all development requiring a grading plan. ESCP requirements can be found in Section 15.72.260 of the Lompoc Municipal Code.
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
    A SWPPP is required for any development project for which a grading permit is required and the combined area to be disturbed is 1 acre or more.

WHY SHOULD WE PROTECT STORM WATER

What is Storm Water?
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CLOSE THE POOP LOOP

  • Multi-Agency approved program to encourage proper pet waste disposal.

BEST MANAGEMENT PLANS FOR EVERY OCCASION

Best Management Practices (BMPs) are methods that have been determined to be the most effective and practical means of preventing or reducing non-point source pollution to help achieve water quality goals. BMPS include both measures to prevent pollution and measures to mitigate pollution.

INSPECTING BUSINESSES

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