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Links of Interest
ODOT's Adopt-A-Highway Program
Find out more on this volunteer adoption program which helps to clean up two mile sections and interchanges along Ohio's highways.
OEPA Storm Water Program
Access to the Ohio EPA's Storm Water Information: including Forms, Permits, and additional resources.
OEPA - Final Darby Construction Site General Permit
Ohio EPA has developed an alternative general permit for storm water associated with construction activity specifically for the Big Darby Creek watershed. Ohio EPA believes implementation of these recommendations is necessary to protect the unique water quality and biological integrity of the Big Darby Creek system.
The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) site contains technical and regulatory information about the NPDES stormwater program.
FHWA Stormwater Resources
Extensive Training, Reports and Publications related to stormwater issues.
AASHTO Center for Environmental Excellence
The Center for Environmental Excellence by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) has been developed in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration to promote environmental stewardship and to encourage innovative ways to streamline the transportation delivery process. The Center is designed to serve as a resource for transportation professionals seeking technical assistance, training, information exchange, partnership-building opportunities, and quick and easy access to environmental tools.
ODNR Rainwater and Land Development Manual
Ohio’s Standards for Stormwater Management Land Development and Urban Stream Protection
International Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) Database
Project website features a database of over 300 BMP studies, performance analysis results, tools for use in BMP performance studies, monitoring guidance and other study-related publications.
Center for Watershed Protection
A non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that provides local governments, activists, and watershed organizations around the country with the technical tools for protecting some of the nation's most precious natural resources: our streams, lakes and rivers. The Center has developed and disseminated a multi-disciplinary strategy to watershed protection that encompasses watershed planning, watershed restoration, stormwater management, watershed research, better site design, education and outreach, and watershed training.
Becky Humphreys, P.E.
Storm Water Program Manager
ODNR Stormwater Management
Ohio EPA Compliance or Pollution Prevention Assistance Training Resources
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
FEMA Floodplain Management
U.S. Coast Guard
FEMA Floodplains Links
NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act)
Summary of the Clean Water Act
Water Resource Development Acts
Ohio's Isolated Wetlands Act
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Ohio's Farmland Preservation Act
Floodplain Emergency Management and Assistance
Ohio Floodplain Management Activities
Ohio Action to enforce national flood insurance program standards
The Ohio Department of Transportation
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