This site contains information regarding the City's Stormwater Permit and how the public can become involved in keeping the waters of our City clean. You'll also find information regarding stormwater regulations that may affect your construction project.
Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping For Municipal Operations
The final of the six stormwater permit requirements involves the City’s own operations. The City must evaluate all sources of potential pollution such as streets and roads, municipal parking lots, maintenance shops, outdoor storage areas, construction activities, parks maintenance and landscaping, and salt storage. Procedures to eliminate or reduce the potential for pollution must be developed, and employees must be trained on these procedures at least annually.
You may call our Stormwater Hotline at 423-585-4658 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any immediate stormwater issues. Report an "illicit discharge" to the City's water (dumping trash, pouring motor oil down the drain, etc). Provide a comment on a construction site. let us know if you see any other issue which may lead to stormwater pollution.
Contact us for other issues:
Contact for Plan Submittal Questions:
Jim Whitbeck, P.E.
City's Main Switchboard