1970 EPA founded
1972 Clean Water Act
- Unfunded mandates for state & local governments.
- Municipalities have adopted ordinances to fund the requirements.
- The most recent updates in Harrisville City took place on 1/12/2021.
Storm water is collected from roadways, sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and construction sites; it then flows untreated into local streams, rivers and lakes. It is estimated that more than half of the pollution in our nations waterways comes from storm water runoff. The following are some ideas to help keep pollutants out of the storm water system.
Keep waste out of storm drains.
Keep yard clippings out of the street.
Dispose of household chemicals properly.
Clean up oil spills and fix leaking automobiles.
Use drip pans to catch engine oil and other pollutants while repairing cars.
Recycle used motor oil.
Sweep driveways rather than hose them down.
Adjust sprinklers to avoid over-watering your lawn. If water flows off your lawn, you're using too much water.
Wash your car at a commercial car wash, or on an unpaved surface.
Drain swimming pools and spas into a sanitary sewer outlet, never into a street. Check first with your local wastewater treatment plant before disposing of anything in the sewer.
WEBER COUNTY COALITION
Harrisville City is a member of the Golden Spike Storm Water Coalition.
Meetings are open to the public, please contact our storm water department for information. 801-737-2997
For a N.O.I (notice of intent) and Storm Water Permits (SWPPP) select the following link:
For L.I.D. (low impact development) info. and a Storm Water Quality Report select the following link:
These documents need to be submitted with your building permit.
UCEA (Utah City Engineers Association) website:
If you have Storm Water issues, please call the storm water department at:
STORM WATER ISSUES
USED OIL COLLECTION
2550 N 400 E
They will take up to 5 gallons per week. They also take power steering fluid and brake fluid.
2381 N 400 E
They will take 2 gallons per day per customer.