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STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

Stormwater Runoff

Fee Resolution
(Note: Effective 2017, $30 EDU Sewer Fee)


ERIE COUNTY STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN 
On September 12, 2011, the Wayne Township Board of Supervisors adopted Ordinance No. 70 implementing the Erie County Stormwater Management Plan. The ordinance was effective September 21, 2011 and requires stormwater planning for regulated activites creating more than 2500 square feet of impervious surface.

Whether constructing a building or installing a driveway, you may not intentionally direct water from your property to roadside ditches or onto neighboring properties.

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE #70 of 2011: 
Table of Contents
Article I General Provisions
Article II Definitions
Article III Stormwater Management Standards
Article IV E & S Standards

Article V Reserved for Future Use
Article VI Reserved for Future Use
Article VII Design Criteria
Article VIII SWM Site Plan & Report Requirements
Article IX Easements
Article X Maintenance Responsibilities
Article XI Inspections
Article XII Enformcement & Penalties
Article XIII Prohibitions
Article XIV Fees & Expenses
Article XV Enactment
Appendix A Operation & Maintenance Agreement

Appendix B Low Impact Development Practices
Appendix C Stormwater Management Design Criteria

Appendix D Review Fee Reimbursement Agreement Form PCR2012
Appendix E Small Project SWM Plan Application Form SPA2012
 

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CONSERVATION TIP
April showers bring May flowers, so it's the perfect time to build yourself a Rain Garden.  It will catch and filter stormwater right at your home.  Rain Gardens are a beautiful way to remove pollutants, provide habitat, prevent flooding, and keep our waterways clean.  Here are some tips to help you get started with your sustainable rain garden:

1. Select a Location.  A rain garden is most successful when it captures runoff, so place the garden near a downspout, driveway, or at the bottom of a slope.
2. Choose Plants.  Your rain garden can be made up of a variety of native plants, including shrubs or flowers, plants for sun or shade, or plants to attract certain pollinators.  When choosing plants for your rain garden, be sure to select those that can thrive in damp soil.
3. Install & Maintain.  Dig the space for your rain garden 4-6" deep.  Loosen the soil, plan, and then top with a layer of mulch.

For more information about constructing rain gardens, you can visit Penn State Extension's website or Stormwater PA's website, for a helpful video.

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WAYNE TOWNSHIP
http://www.waynetownshippa.com
(814)663-1663 Phone
(814)664-8619 Fax

ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
http://www.ecdh.org
(814)451-6763
8 - 10 a.m.

ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING
http://www.eriecountyplanning.org
(814)451-6336
(800)352-0026

ERIE COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS
http://www.eriecountygov.org
(800)352-0026

BUILDING INSPECTION UNDERWRITERS, INC. (BIU)
http://www.biupa.com
(814)860-8044 Phone
(814)860-8048 Fax
(877)272-0255 Toll Free
 


 

 


 




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