Stormwater Quality Documents & Information
STORMWATER ADVISORY TEAM (SWAT): Public Participation Encouraged
RVSS’ stormwater permit requires that the public be provided opportunities to participate in the development of the agency’s Stormwater Management Program. One way for the public to be involved is to participate in the regional Stormwater Advisory Team (SWAT), a group whose purpose is to support and assist agencies with implementation of their Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit (the stormwater permit).
- The SWAT meets quarterly from 10:00-11:30 the third Wednesday of the month in January, April, July, and October at the ODOT office at 100 Antelope Rd.
- The bylaws provide information on how the SWAT functions.
- For more information on the Stormwater Advisory Team, please contact the RVSS Stormwater Manager.
STORMWATER QUALITY PERMITS AND REPORTS
Municipal Seperate Storm System System (MS4) Phase II Permit from DEQ, Effective March 2019
Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP)
The MS4 Phase II permit requires that permittees develop a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) that describes how they will implement the requirements of the permit. The Public Education and Public Involvement portions of the SWMP was required to be updated by February 28th, 2020. After going out for public comment, RVSS' board approved the revised public education and outreach portion of the SWMP February 19, 2020. All other portions of the 2004 SWMP remain in effect until updated.
RVSS 2020 Revised SWMP
2004 Adopted Regional SWMP
RVSS prepares an annual report of all activities conducted under the Phase II Stormwater quality permit program and the General Construction Permit. This report is submitted to DEQ in November.
Annual Report FY2019
Annual Report FY2018
Annual Report FY2017
Annual Report FY2016
Annual Report FY2015
Annual Report FY2014
Annual Report FY2013
Protecting Storm Drains
Stormwater Management of the Bear Creek Valley
Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control
Creeks and Concrete Don't Mix
Painting Without Polluting
Taking Care of Streams in Jackson County
Stream and Wetlands Enhancement Guide
Oil and Stormwater
STORMWATER RELATED INFORMATION
Disposal of Chlorinated Swimming Pool and Hot Tub Water
Middle Rogue Pesticide Stewardship Partnership 2015-17 Biennial Summary
RVSS is a member of the Middle Rogue Pesticide Stewardship Partnership whose work is to monitor, evaluate, and reduce the impact of pesticides on local waterways. This report describes monitoring results and work completed and planned.