A storm water quality management permit may only be issued after the review and acceptance of a Post-Construction Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan ("SWPPP"). The Post-Construction SWPPP is part of the Storm Water Quality Management Plan ("SWQMP") and must include the following information:
   (A)   A description of potential pollutant sources from the proposed land use that may reasonably be expected to add a significant amount of pollutants to stormwater discharges.
   (B)   Location, dimensions, detailed specifications, and construction details of all post-construction stormwater quality Best Management Practices ("BMPs") so set forth in CMC § 53.031.
   (C)   A description of BMPs that will be installed to control pollutants in stormwater discharges that will occur after construction activities have been completed. Such practices include infiltration of run-off, flow reduction by use of open vegetated swales and natural depressions, buffer strip and riparian zone preservation, filter strip creation, minimization of land disturbance and surface imperviousness, maximization of open space, and stormwater retention and detention ponds.
   (D)   A sequence describing when each post-construction stormwater quality BMP will be installed.
   (E)   Stormwater quality BMPs that will remove or minimize pollutants from stormwater runoff.
   (F)   Stormwater BMPs that will be implemented to prevent or minimize adverse impact to stream and riparian habitat.
   (G)   A narrative description of the maintenance guidelines for all post-construction stormwater quality measures to facilitate their proper long-term function. This narrative description shall be made available to future parties who will assume responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the post-construction stormwater quality measures.
(Ord. 2018-05, passed 5-24-2018)