WHAT IS NEEDED ON A SITE PLAN
1. We will review 2 types of site plans. An abbreviated site plan for projects less than 1 acre and a Full Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for projects greater than 1 acre
2. The minimum information required on a site plan will include existing (pre-construction site conditions and topography. Any proposed improvements with proposed topography and then the appropriate erosion and sediment control best management practices (BMPs). BMPs typically include construction drives, perimeter control (silt fence/silt sock), concrete washout, inlet protection, basins/traps and temporary/final seeding schedules. Additional BMPs may be included as site conditions warrant. The site plan must be developed by a P.E., P.S. or CPESC for consideration by the SWCD.
SELF INSPECTIONS Applicants are required to have qualified personnel conduct internal inspections of the BMPs every 7 days and within 24hours of a 0.5inch rainfall event. Qualified personnel is defined as a person knowledgeable in the principles and practice of erosion and sediment controls, who possesses the skills to assess all conditions at the construction site that could impact storm water quality and to assess the effectiveness of any sediment and erosion control measure selected to control the quality of storm water discharges from the construction activity.