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MUNICIPAL STORM WATER GROUP (SMS4) ANNUAL MEETING SAN DIEGO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL FACILITY SOLUTIONS GROUP SEPTEMBER 23, 2014.

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1 MUNICIPAL STORM WATER GROUP (SMS4) ANNUAL MEETING SAN DIEGO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL FACILITY SOLUTIONS GROUP SEPTEMBER 23, 2014

2 Introductions Joanne Branch, SDCOE John Quenzer and Annika Kubischta, D-M AX Engineering, Inc. (D-M AX ) 2

3 AGENDA Executive Committee Report Goals Regulatory Update Local & State Trends Program Highlight 3

4 STORMWATER ADVISORY BOARD REPORT Ms. Jeanette Ford Director of Transportation South Bay Unified School District

5 5 2014/2015 GOALS ANNIKA KUBISCHTA, D-MAX

6 OVERALL PROGRESS TOWARD GOALS 6

7 FACJPA MUNICIPAL STORMWATER IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR  Complete “Quicklook” tasks  Site Visits: “Back of house”  Focus on BMPs at maintenance facilities  Areas with high trash potential (WM)  Update site maps  Consider future facility redesign 7

8 FACJPA MUNICIPAL STORMWATER IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR  Training – Keep logs!  Can sign the back of monthly messages  Education  Identify staff or teachers as key contacts 8

9 DOCUMENT EXISTING STUDENT EDUCATION  Science curriculum  Field trips  Science camp  Splash mobile lab  ILACSD presentations  Green machine  Cleanup events 9

10 EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS  Distribute materials…  Stormwater coloring books  Watershed-focused brochures  Cleanup Opportunities Poster  Monthly messages 10

11 FOCUS: BACK OF HOUSE OPERATIONS  Most visible pollutant sources  Areas of focus in new SMS4 Permit  Areas of focus for RWQCB and municipalities 11

12 FOCUS: BACK OF HOUSE OPERATIONS  Trash areas  Storage  Janitorial / Grounds areas 12

13 CONTRACTS, LEASES AND CIVIC CENTER USE AGREEMENTS  Educate contractors  Include stormwater language as basis for enforcement, if needed 13

14 IF A STORMWATER INSPECTOR COMES TO YOUR SITE…  Refer to maintenance supervisor  Maintenance supervisor to contact inspector or stormwater manager  Work cooperatively to address reasonable concerns  We are available for advice and assistance! 14

15 NEXT STEPS  Get Ready: Annual Site Meetings: October 2014 through April 2015  Review progress  Continue implementation  DROPS funding 15

16 REGULATORY UPDATE Local, State and Our Group

17 REGULATIONS  San Diego MS4 Permit (Phase I)  State Small MS4 Permit (Phase II)  TMDLs  State Trash Policy ?

18 OUR MUNICIPAL GROUP’S APPROACH  SWMP implementation, improvement, and adaptation  Stay ahead of the game by making site improvements in accordance with current water quality concerns 18

19 NEW PERMIT DISCHARGE RESTRICTIONS Air Conditioning Condensate Fire Sprinkler Flushing Irrigation Runoff

20 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR FUTURE PROJECTS  Can A/C condensate, fire sprinkler flushing, and other discharges be directed to landscaping or the sanitary sewer?  Where is it feasible to include LID? 20

21 WATERSHED FOCUS 21  What watershed(s) are your facilities within?  Take key pollutants into consideration

22 22 LOCAL & STATE TRENDS JOHN QUENZER, D-MAX

23 GENERAL TREND IN COMPLIANCE FOCUS Previous Permits Activities New Permits Discharge and Receiving Water Quality

24 SAN DIEGO PHASE I PERMIT TIMELINE June 27, 2013: Permit Effective June 2015: Submit Watershed Plan, Jurisdictional Plan Develop Plans

25 SANTA MARGARITA WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionTBD TMDLNutrients (Rainbow Creek) Lead Municipal AgencyTBD

26 SAN LUIS REY WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionBacteria (lower watershed) TMDLBacteria Lead Municipal AgencyCounty of San Diego

27 CARLSBAD WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionsEutrophication (Loma Alta) Bacteria (Rest of watershed) TMDLBacteria (Moonlight Beach) Lead Municipal AgencyCity of Carlsbad

28 SAN DIEGUITO WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionBacteria TMDLBacteria Lead Municipal AgencyCity of San Diego

29 LOS PEÑASQUITOS WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionsBacteria, Sediment TMDLsBacteria, Sediment Lead Municipal AgencyCity of San Diego

30 SAN DIEGO RIVER WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionBacteria TMDLBacteria Lead Municipal AgencyCounty of San Diego

31 SAN DIEGO BAY WATERSHED Lead Municipal AgenciesCities of Lemon Grove, National City, and Chula Vista

32 SAN DIEGO BAY WATERSHED: PUEBLO Highest Priority ConditionsChollas Creek: Bacteria, Copper, Lead, Zinc Airport Authority: Copper, Zinc TMDLsBacteria, Copper, Lead, Zinc (Chollas Creek)

33 SAN DIEGO BAY WATERSHED: SWEETWATER Highest Priority ConditionsParadise Creek: Riparian Area Quality East of I-805: Trash TMDLsNone

34 SAN DIEGO BAY WATERSHED: OTAY Highest Priority ConditionsCoronado Area: Swimmable Waters East of I-805: Trash TMDLsNone

35 TIJUANA RIVER WATERSHED Highest Priority ConditionsSediment TMDLsNone Lead Municipal AgencyCity of Imperial Beach

36 TRASH REQUIREMENTS: STATE POLICY 36  Focus on priority land uses  Schools?  Full capture devices OR  Source control, structural, and monitoring

37 TRASH REQUIREMENTS: STATE POLICY 37

38 38 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT ENCINITAS STORMWATER INTERNS

39 39 ENCINITAS STORMWATER INTERNS

40 THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING! Additional questions? Contact: Joanne Branch at SDCOE (858) John Quenzer or Annika Kubischta at D-M AX (858)


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