The permit requirements for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination for Minimum Control Measure 3 (MCM 3) are defined in Section 4.2.3-4.2.3.12 of the Jordan Valley Municipalities (MS4) Permit; No. UTS000001

Programs
3.1 Stormwater Facilities Maps
3.2 Riverton City Code
3.3 Dry Weather Screening
3.4 Emergency Spill Hotline
3.5 Illegal Dumping Hotline
3.6 Illegal Connection
3.7 Swimming Pool
3.8 Household Hazardous Waste Disposal



3.1 Stormwater Facilities Maps
Year Executed: 2003
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.1
Target Pollutants:
sediment, nutrients, trash, petrochemicals, household chemicals, organics
Audiences:
MS4 Employees, General Public, Contractors, Developers, Planners
Description:
Riverton City maintains an online stormwater system map and it is updated as land develops.  The map is maintained in GIS and NAD 83 Utah Central State Plane Coordinate system.  This program also includes managing an inventory of stormwater infrastructure and for the City Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
Measure of Success:
Maintain Current Stormwater Facility Maps at least annually. 
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Support: GIS Specialist
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Program Documents:
 
Conclusion:
2020-2021
Measure of success:  The City stormwater map and system inventory were updated on a regular basis this report period.  See Stormwater System Inventory for table of changes to stormwater infrastructure.  There were also 3894 unique hits for the Stormwater Map which is up from last year.


3.2 Riverton City Code
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.2, 4.2.3.2.1
Target Pollutants:
Fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, typical residential landscaping and maintenance pollutants and debris, garage chemicals and petrochemicals and other similar waste.  Waste related to similar activities associated with commercial properties.
Audiences:
MS4 Staff, Residences, Developers, Contractors, Engineers and Planners
Description:
Riverton City updated Riverton City Code in 2011 to support the MS4 regulations.  These ordinances are; 13.20 and 13.25, Stormwater development and Stormwater Utility ordinance respectively.  There are also many existing Riverton City Codes (RCC) that also prohibit activities having negative impact on stormwater quality.
Measure of Success:
Annually evaluate the programs and enforcement actions issues related to ordinance.  Make conclusions and recommendations to City.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Appendix:
Conclusion:
2020-2021
Code revisions were not necessary.  Measure of Success:  Code provides adequate support for City Design Standards and Stormwater Programs.   Some enforcement actions where dismissed by the court which were process and evidence related not code deficiencies.  



3.3 Dry Weather Screening
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.3, 4.2.3.3.1, 4.2.3.3.2, 4.2.3.4, 4.2.3.5, 4.2.3.5.1, 4.2.3.6, 4.2.3.6.1, 4.2.3.7, 5.2.2, 5.2.2.1, 5.2.3, 5.3, 5.4
Target Pollutants:
All discharges affecting the quality of runoff
Audiences:
City Officials, EPA Regulators.  It can also be directed to residential, commercial and institutional public as support for education material
Description:
The program involves screening the City stormwater systems outfalls at least once on an annual basis.  In summary, program involves inspecting storm drain pipe outfalls a discharge dry conditions.   When water is present, determine the source and look for evidence of pollution in the discharge or other evidence of past non-stormwater discharges .  The procedure is defined by the Dry Weather Screening SOP and the dry weather screening locations are shown on Riverton City’s online Stormwater Facilities Map.  The program also includes illegal discharges found which the camera truck monitoring operations.  
Measure of Success:
Maintain Dry Weather Screen Report.  Evaluate discovery and file a conclusion including recommendations annually.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Standard Operations Procedures:
Appendix:
Conclusion:
2020-2021
Measure of Success:  No questionable discharges have been discovered this report period or any report period prior as a result of routine dry weather screening inspections. There is a fair amount of time involved in routine dry weather pipe outfall screening.  Historically dry weather screening is not a very valuable use of employee resources.  However, concerns have been reported by the public  and concerns are found with routine pipe system cleaning operations.    See Dry Weather Screening Report link to the Appendix. 



3.4 Emergency Spill Hotline
Year Executed: 2013
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.9, 4.2.3.9.1, 4.2.3.10
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
MS4 Staff, General Public, Emergency Personnel, Developers, Contractors
Description:
The Hotline Link is provided under the "I WANT TO". quick links on the City Webpage.  This page provides 4 phone numbers and two one sentence definitions for Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline.   It is also understood that residents calling in an emergency will simply call City numbers until they get a response.  The City webmaster required the Emergency Spill Hotline and Illegal Dumping to be  located under the described link with the other similar quick link City functions rather than the front page.  The Staff response is explained by the SOP.   The program also include residential education documents for non-critical residential spills which warrants education.
Measure of Success:
Maintain an Emergency Spill Hotline Report.  The appendix report is a summary only.   Evaluate Report and file a conclusion and recommendations annually.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Program Documents: Standard Operations Procedures:
Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline
The same SOP is used for both Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping.
Appendix:
Conclusion:
2020-2021  
For document management reasons illegal dumping response reporting was separated from emergency spill reporting however the response process is still the same.  One significant spill occurred this report period.  Staff responded in accordance to SOP resulting in adequate containment and clean up.  The spill was contained on impervious surface there no additional reporting was necessary. 



3.5 Illegal Dumping Hotline
 Year Executed: 2016
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.3, 4.2.3.3.2, 4.2.3.4
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
General Public, MS4 staff
Description:
The Hotline Link is provided under the "I WANT TO". quick links on the City Webpage.  This page provides 4 phone numbers and two one sentence definitions for Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline.   It is also understood that residents calling in active dumping incident will simply call City numbers until they get a response but when the dumping is not an emergency situation they will can the appropriate contacts at the above Hotline Page.  The City webmaster required the Emergency Spill Hotline and Illegal Dumping to be  located under the described link with the other similar quick link City functions rather than the front page.  The Staff response is explained by the SOP.  This program also includes dumping of liquids discovered during routine camera monitoring operations.
Measure of Success:
Maintain Illegal Dumping Report.  Evaluate incidences and include when and how illegal dumping was corrected.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Standard Operations Procedures:
Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping Hotline
The same SOP is used for both Emergency Spill and Illegal Dumping.
Appendix:
Illegal Dumping Report

Conclusion:
2019-2020
Illegal connections were found but all have been either roof downspouts or land drains.

3.6 Illegal Connections
Year Executed: 2016
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.4, 4.2.3.5.1,
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
General Public, MS4 staff
Description:
Pipe camera operations includes identification of illegal connections and prohibited UPDES discharges in addition to pipe inventory and flood control conveyance verification.
Measure of Success:
Maintain Illegal Connections Report.  Evaluate incidences and include when and how illegal connections were corrected.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Standard Operations Procedures: Appendix: Conclusion:
2019-2020
Illegal connections were found but all have been either roof downspouts or land drains.


3.7 Swimming Pool
 Year Executed: 2021
Reference Regulation:
x.x.x.x
Target Pollutants:
Chlorine
Audiences:
Residents
Description:
xxxx.
Rational: 
xxxx.
 
Measure of Success:
xxxx.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Standard Operations Procedures:
xxxx
Appendix:
Quick Link
Conclusion:
2021
xxxx.


3.8 Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

Year Executed: 2003
Reference Regulation:
4.2.3.8
Target Pollutants:
All non-stormwater discharges
Audiences:
General Public
Description:
Riverton City through the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement has co-permitted with SLCo Public Education and Outreach Program.  Their program includes Household Hazardous Waste Disposal program that meets the requirements of this MCM.  The accountability is defined by Task 2 of Co-Permit Accountability Document.
Rational: 
Co-Permitting with SLCo on this item was the most efficient and effective way to inform and provided the public this vital MCM.
Measure of Success:
This program is co-permitted with Salt Lake County and is measured by Salt Lake Counties Program.  See Salt County Coalition Annual Report Jordan Valley Municipalities Report
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater User Fee, Sales Tax
Appendix:
Conclusion:
2019-2020
Program 3.5 is function as intended and no changes are necessary.  



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