- Upcoming Deadlines
- MS4 Permit Info
- Stormwater Listserv
- UConn CLEAR Support Services
- Preselected RFP Services
- Nonprofit Partner Options
- Tracking Software
- Bethel Case Study
- Project Partners
- Annual Report due 4/1/2019, template here
- Outfall mapping due 6/30/2019, strategy here
- MS4 Inventory Mapping due 6/30/2020, strategy here
CT DEEP has posted the baseline info including the permit, revisions, and applications.
A forum monitored by DEEP and UConn as well as fellow communities asking MS4 questions. Sign up here.
You can access MS4 supporting info from their webpage listed here.
If you are considering hiring a consultant there are a few preselected consultants that you can utilize despite not being members of their COG, see below:
- Naugatuck Valley performed an RFP for general MS4 services.
- Capital Region Purchasing Council (See #637 and #636)
HVA: For the 10 northern towns in WestCOG, Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) can support in the IDDE portion of the MS4 permit.
Contact: Mike Jastremski, CFM, Watershed Conservation Director, Housatonic Valley Association, 150 Kent Road South, Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754
firstname.lastname@example.org – T:860-672-6678 – C:315-212-4181- www.hvatoday.org
EarthPlace: For the 8 southern towns, Harborwatch can address portions of the IDDE including water sampling.
Contact: Sarah Sarah C. Crosby, Ph.D., Director of Harbor Watch, Earthplace, the Nature Discovery & Environmental Learning Center
email@example.com – T: (203) 557-4403 – www.harborwatch.org
UConn CLEAR found a couple of companies:
UConn NEMO provides a webinar on these companies and what they can provide.
Regional discounts are an option for group purchase.
Information coming soon
- 18 Municipalities
- Housatonic Valley Association
- Trout Unlimited
- UCONN – CT NEMO
- Earth Place