A new tool is available to make it easier for communities to create or enhance a map of their stormwater system. The CT GIS Network‘s Standards Committee has collaborated with the CT Department of Transportation (CTDOT) to develop a Stormwater System Mapping Template. The template provides a framework for mapping everything from your catch basins […]
Amanda put together a quick video tutorial on how to get all of the Waterbody Names and IDs.
Several folks have been asking if there is a software program available to help manage MS4 activities and reporting under the new permit. We have found a couple of options: PermitTrack and MS4Front. To help you compare the two and evaluate whether they would be of use to you, we held webinar demos for each […]
NEMO is holding a webinar on Tuesday February 7 at 2pm focused on the first step in your journey through the new MS4 General Permit requirements – registration and your Stormwater Management (SWM) Plan. For the 121 communities (plus institutions) covered under CT DEEP’s newly revised “MS4” stormwater regulations, the first requirements are to develop […]
Confused about the new MS4 permit? Wondering what DCIA is and how you calculate it? Need someone to come talk your various departments about their role in complying with MS4? Time to call NEMO’s new MS4 Circuit rider (a.k.a., Municipal Stormwater Educator) Amanda Ryan for help. Amanda Ryan joined the NEMO team in November and […]
The NEMO program at UConn’s Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR) is pleased to bring you, the intrepid town staffer tasked with MS4 compliance, the CT MS4 Guide. This website is and will be a growing resource for you as you seek to keep your town in compliance with the new MS4 (Municipal […]