Livingston County Road Commission

The next meeting will be held March/April 2022.

Public Education Plan

  • Inform the public about the steps they can take to reduce/prevent storm water pollution.
  • Landscape practie
  • Water conservation         
  • Hazardous waste
  • disposal Septic system maintenance
  • Business operations

Public Involvement

  • Develop and implement programs that actively involve the public in water quality stewardship
  • Provide opportunities for public involvement in program design

Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Plan

  • Storm drain mapping
  • Regulations to prohibit non-storm water discharges to Ms4’s
  • Programs to identify and eliminate illicit discharges and illegal dumping
  • Dry weather screening
  • Programs to eliminate pollution from failing septic systems

Post Construction Storm Water Management (BMPs)

  • Implement regulatory programs to ensure the installation of structural and non-structural BMPs for new
  • development and redevelopment
  • Ensure long-term operation and maintenance

Storm Water Pollution Prevention (Good Housekeeping)

  • Develop and implement programs to prevent and reduce storm water pollution from municipal
  • operations.
  • Fleet maintenance
  • Fertilizer, pesticide, and herbicides
  • Parking lots and drains
  • Materials Storage
  • Flood Control retrofits for WQ
  • Spill prevention and response

Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control

  • Notification requirements
  • Additional eyes and ears to boost the effectiveness of local NPDES
  • Protect Storm sewers from sediments.