- Public Works
- Environmental Programs
- Stormwater Management
- Phase II Stormwater Regulations
- Post Construction Standards Manual
Post Construction Standards Manual (Final)
- Final Post-Construction Standards Manual July 2015 (PDF)
- Draft 95% Post-Construction Standards Manual June 2015 (PDF)
- Draft 75% Post-Construction Standards Manual 2015-04-20 Draft (PDF)
2nd Stakeholder Meeting Notice
The 2nd Stakeholder's meeting will be held on Thursday, April 23, 2015. If you would like more information, please contact Sonia Delgado at (209) 895-8064.
2nd Stakeholder Meeting Documents 4/23/2015
1st Stakeholder Meeting Information
The 1st Stakeholder's meeting was held on Thursday, February 26, 2015 and copies of the presentation provided at the meeting can be obtained below. If you would like more information, please contact Sonia Delgado at (209) 895-8064.
1st Stakeholder Meeting Documents 2/26/2015
- Draft Outline Multi-Agency Post Construction Standards Manual (PDF)
- Multi Agency 1st Stakeholder Meeting 2015-02-26 (PDF)
- Stakeholder kickoff Meeting Agenda Outline 2015-02-26 (PDF)
2nd Stakeholder Meeting - (To be Posted) 4/23/2015
What the City of Patterson is doing to comply with stormwater standards
Multi-Agency Low Impact Design Standards
The State of California requires small communities to implement development standards to protect water quality under the "General Permit for Waste Discharge Requirements for Storm Water Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) Order Number 2013-0001-DWQ" (MS4 Permit). These requirements are an extension of similar requirements imposed on larger communities (e.g., the Cities of Stockton, Modesto, and parts of the County of San Joaquin.) The development standards, also known as post-construction stormwater requirements, will become part of every regulated community's development process.
The Cities of Lathrop, Lodi, Manteca, Patterson, and Tracy and San Joaquin County (Partners) are collaborating to develop a Multi-Agency Post-Construction Standards Manual to meet the MS4 permit requirement. A typical multi-agency manual will provide consistent guidance for developers and builders working in the region as well as agency staff. During the process of developing this manual, the Partners will hold multiple stakeholder meetings. The stakeholder process will provide opportunities for interested stakeholders to learn about the regulatory requirements and provide input and comments on the manual.
Email the Project Partners to leave comments on the Revised Draft Manual.
The Project Partners encourage review and comments from Central Valley Regional Water Board staff on the Revised Draft Manual to ensure that the requirements of Provision E.12 are fully met. The Project Partners are receiving comments until Thursday, June 25, 2015, and will prepare the Final Manual for adoption by City Councils and Board of Supervisors.