The impact of stormwater (surface water) is a function of the Service Department. The traditional view of stormwater is surface water runoff as a “service”. Historically that is because the Service Department is responsible for keeping the storm drains clear which in turn kept streets drivable in a rain event.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken on an increasing role in this area. The result of their emphasis seems to be concentrated in three categories.
First, how surface water drainage may affect bodies of water – ponds, creeks, and rivers. Read More
Second, EPA concern about combined collection systems, sanitary and stormwater collected in one system, sometimes known as SSO. Read More
Third, EPA concern about infiltration and inflow, also known as I & I. Read More
Stormwater is billed by the village through the utility department.
|Utilities & Billing||Contact Us|
|Stormwater: David Ballard||Contact Us|
|Surface Water Program
Chap. 940 Stormwater Utility
|Stormwater Credit Procedure|
|Commercial||$2.961 / Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU)|
|For Rate Detail||Ordinance Chap. 929. Water, Sewer and Stormwater Rates|
|Surface Water Program||SSO Removal Program||Infiltration & Inflow (I&I)|