F Maintenance of Private Stormwater Management Facilities
2. The owner of a private stormwater management facility shall submit an annual maintenance report to the City. The annual report will document all maintenance and inspection activities conducted by the owner on his/her stormwater management facility(ies) for each calendar year. Blank maintenance and inspection reports, provided by the City, shall be completed by the owner or his/her designee for each facility and returned to the City no later than January 31 of the following year. This requirement applies to all existing and future stormwater management facilities; both inside and outside the Combined Sewer Area and shall go into effect January 1, 2016. The first reports under the requirement will be due by January 31, 2017. Failure to provide the City with an adequate Annual Report by the deadline shall be a violation of this Chapter.
3. Maintenance and Inspection standards and schedules expected by the City mirror those found in the most recently published Georgia Stormwater Management Manual (GSMM). Should prescribed maintenance and inspection activities and recommended schedules not be included in the GSMM, those activities and schedules recommended by the device’s manufacturer, at a minimum, will be required.
7.12.14. – Monitoring of Industrial Stormwater Dischargers
A. Industrial Stormwater Discharge Permittee Definition
B. Site Development Permit (SDP). Site Development Permits shall be required for all non-exempt land disturbing activities other than those requiring a Minor Land Disturbing Permit, Work on the Right-of-Way Permit or Access/Encroachment Permit. Site Development permits are required for all projects involving land disturbing activities greater than 5000 square feet.
C. Minor Land Disturbance Permits (MLD). A Minor Land Disturbance Permit (MLD) may be issued for land disturbing projects with durations less than 2 weeks and that disturb less than 5000 square feet.
D. Street Cut/Work on the Right-of-Way. See Chapter 8, Article 8.
E. Access/Encroachment Permit. See Chapter 7, Article 9.