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Stormwater Management Plan

The City of Lansing’s Stormwater Management Plan is comprised of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit Application and the following attachments.

  1. Table 1-MS4 outfall locations
  2. Enforcement Response Procedure
  3. Attachment A-Public Education Plan
  4. Attachment A-Action Plan
  5. Attachment B-IDEP
  6. IDEP Proritized areas
  7. Attachment C-SOPs
  8. Attachment D-SESC Procedures
  9. Attachment E-Construction SW Runoff Control
  10. Attachment F-Post Construction
  11. Post-Construction Design Manual
  12. Post-Construction Policy Manual
  13. Attachment G-Good Housekeeping
Help Us Implement the Stormwater Management Plan

Explore the articles and brochures included on this website to help discover what you can do to help preserve and protect our lakes, rivers and streams.

Volunteer. Many organizations have volunteer opportunities, such as river cleanup events (Board of Water & Light) and macroinvertebrate sampling (Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council). See Stormwater Links. Hop on over to the GLRC website for more information.

Help Us Improve the Stormwater Management Plan

Send or email us your comments and suggestions

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cgamble@lansingmi.gov

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