Established in 2005, the Ontario-Wayne Stormwater Coalition is composed of 9 municipal members. Coalition members are able to comply with the federal stormwater regulations improving water quality in a cost-effective manner.
2014-2015 Final Annual Report
2013-2014 Final Annual Report
2012-2013 Final Annual Report
2011-2012 Final Annual Report
Download Final Annual Report 2009-2010
Stormwater Management Plan
Ontario County MS4 maps
Please send questions or comments to P.J. Emerick
Phone: (585) 396-1450
Ontario County SWCD
480 North Main Str. Canandaigua, New York 14424
contact: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments
TOWN OF ONTARIO
TOWN OF VICTOR
These photos are of a detention pond installed by the Town of Victor. A subdivision built in the late 1960's, with no retention facilities exists uphill from here. During heavy rain events, stormwater from the upper subdivision would run down slope and cause flooding concerns for several new homes.
These pictures show the project towards the end of the rough construction phase. Although it is functioning now and has eliminated any flooding issues, due to its close proximity to existing homes, complete restoration will include grassy areas and strategically placed pine trees around the rim.
TOWN OF MACEDON AUTOZONE
THE NEXT MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE WALWORTH TOWN HALL ON JULY 19, 2016 AT 9:30 AM
MEETINGS ARE HELD THE THIRD TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT THE VICTOR TOWN HALL AT 9:30 AM UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
DEC STORMWATER TRAINING CALENDAR
DEC TRAINEE FORM
If your project will disturb more than one acre of ground, you are required to:
1. Submit Notice of Intent (NOI) to NYSDEC to obtain a Stormwater General Permit.
You can request information that explains the permit requirements from either the Ontario County Soil and Water Conservation District, or NYSDEC. Detailed permit information can be found at the NYSDEC Stormwater homepage: www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dow/mainpage.htm
2. Have a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and Follow it.
The SWPPP is the plan for controlling runoff and pollutants from a site during and after construction activities. The SWPPP must be implemented in order to prevent any water quality violations. Consult the most recent NYS Standards and Specifications (the Blue Book) and the NYS Stormwater Design Manual.
3. Certify Under Penalty of Law to follow the SWPPP
Landowner and contractors must sign a statement that they understand and agree to comply with the terms and conditions of the SWPPP.
4. Perform weekly inspections
The landowner must hire a qualified professional to perform weekly inspections of erosion and sediment control practices and after a 1/2 inch of rainfall, to determine the level of compliance to water quality standards and specifications in the SWPPP.
5. Maintain Erosion & Sediment Control Practices
Update SWPPP regularly.
6. Keep all SWPPP and Inspection Forms on the Construction Site in a Site Log Book
Make the information available to regulatory staff.
The Ontario-Wayne MS4 include parts of the Towns of Victor, Farmington, Macedon, Ontario,
and Walworth, the Villages of Victor and Macedon and the Wayne and Ontario County