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Floyd County Indiana Stormwater

New This week marks Stormwater Awareness Week. June 12th – June 17th Storm water runoff typically drains without filtration or treatment to our waterways. Where nonpoint source pollutants in storm water runoff, like pesticides, fertilizers. Oils, grease and eroded soils have been identified as the largest single source of water contamination in our waterway’s. During the week we will have different events that you can participate in. Please fill free to check out the agenda below. If you have any questions about the activities or other Stormwater issues, please feel free to contact our office 812-949-5446.

Floyd County Stormwater Awareness Week
 June 12 thru June 17, 2017
Monday, June 12, 2017
1. Canvassing the county to put up Stormwater Awareness Week signs!
(Partnership with Floyd County Parks Department)
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
1.     Canvassing selected subdivisions with 2017 flyer
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
1. Prescription Drop-off at Floyd County Sherriff’s Department Lobby 11a.m-2p.m.
(Partnership with Floyd County Sherriff’s Office and Floyd County Stormwater)
Thursday, June 15, 2017
1. Electronic Waste (E-Waste) Drop-off  10 a.m. until 2 p.m. @ the 3005 Grant Line Road, New Albany
(Partnership with the Floyd County Solid Waste Department and the Floyd County Stormwater Department)
Friday, June 16, 2017
1. Stormwater Awareness Day at the Car Wash. Go to any Jacobi Gas Station in Floyd County will receive $1.00 off any Car Wash.
(Partnership with Jacobi’s Gas Station and Floyd County Stormwater Department.)
Saturday, June 17, 2017
1. ORSANCO 2017 Ohio River Sweep New Albany Amphitheater. 9a.m. until 2p.m.
(Partnership with Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation District, and the Floyd County Stormwater Department)

 

Department History

Department History:

Floyd County Water MapFloyd County is required, by the 1987 Clean Water Act, to obtain a permit through IDEM (Indiana Department of Environmental Management) to enter into a MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) program that follows EPA’s Phase II of the NPDES standards for clean water. The permit requires Floyd County to develop a stormwater management plan and to implement best management practices (stormwater pollution prevention measures). This unfunded mandate has 6 (six) minimum control measures that must be incorporated into our management plan. Ordinances were written to include these standards and created a Stormwater Board that became the executors of these regulations. Please view the Floyd County Ordinances and the Stormwater Management Plan.

Download the Stormwater Department MS4 Program Overview Powerpoint Presentation (pptx)

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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