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Community Development
160 S. Main
Farmington, UT 84025

Phone: 801-939-9215
Fax:   801-451-2747

Office Hours: 8:00am - 5:00 pm
Monday-Friday


Ken Klinker
Storm Water Official
801-939-9212

 

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Storm Water

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How to dispose of Household Hazardous Waste in Farmington, Utah

Household Hazardous Wastes are common in our homes and workplace but must be carefully handled and disposed to ensure that unintended circumstances do not occur.

Chemicals such as cleaners, cosmetics, medicine, and automotive fluids are just a few examples of these wastes that must be properly handled. Batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and thermometers are some of the objects that should be carefully disposed of to avoid dangerous exposure to chemicals contained within the products.

Used Motor Oil can be taken to the Farmington City Public Works building located at 720 West 100 North in Farmington on weekdays between the hours of 8 am-noon and 1 pm- 3:30 pm.

Other Hazardous Waste can be taken to Wasatch Integrated’s Household Hazardous Waste Facility.  This facility is located at the Davis Landfill and accepts E-WASTE, paint, varnish, pesticides, lawn care products, aerosols, paint thinner, antifreeze, motor oil, diesel, gasoline, cleaning items, automotive products, rechargeable and lead acid batteries, etc. in household quantities. Click on the e-waste link above for important e-waste disposal information. There is no charge for drop off of household hazardous waste. The Household Hazardous Waste Facility is located at the landfill and open during landfill operating hours, Monday through Saturday. For additional information call (801) 614-5600.   Click button above for More Household Hazardous Waste information. The facility incorporates two solar panels and a windmill. The solar panels produce approximately 7,363-kilowatt hours of energy every year and the windmill produces approximately 4440-kilowatt hours of energy each year (with a wind speed average of 12 mph). The facility is heated using methane collected from the landfill. The facility is open during landfill hours.

If you see someone dumping material down the storm drain or into the gutter, or in case of hazardous material spill, you can report the illicit discharge on the 24-hour hotline at 801-451-4150, Davis County Dispatch.

Davis County Storm Water Coalition - Follow this link to view some of the things that communities in Davis County are doing to try to promote the protection of waters of the state within our county. Monthly meetings are held every second Wednesday at 2 pm at Farmington City Hall, 160 S Main Street in Farmington.

Farmington City Storm Water Ordinance Enforcement Policy- Follow this link to view storm water enforcement policy adopted by the City Council to promote self-policing on construction projects and help prevent contamination of the City's storm water system.

 

 

Farmington City Storm Water Management Program (SWMP)

Complete SWMP Document

SWMP Introduction

Chapter 1- Public Education and Outreach

Chapter 2- Public Involvement and Participation

Chapter 3- Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination

Chapter 4- Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control

Chapter 5- Long-Term Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment

Chapter 6- Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping

Index to Appendices

Appendix A- List of Coalition Activities in Which Farmington City Will Participate

Appendix B- Farmington City Illicit Discharge Detection Elimination program

Appendix C- Procedure for Locating and Listing Priority Areas Likely to Have Illicit Discharges

Appendix D- Title 16 Farmington City Storm Water Ordinance
            A hard copy can be reviewed at Farmington City Hall

Appendix E- Enforcement Policy for Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control

Appendix F- SOPs for Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control

Appendix G- Enforcement Strategy for Long-Term Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment

Appendix H- Documentation on How Title 16 Meets 4.2.5.2.2 of Permit #UTR090006

Appendix I- Process to Evaluate and Encourage Low Impact Development (LID)

Appendix J- Specific Hydrologic Method for Calculating Runoff Volumes and Flow Rates

Appendix K- Procedure for Site Plan Review Which Incorporate Consideration of Water Quality Impacts

Appendix L- Inventory of All Post-construction Structural Storm Water Control Measures

Appendix M- SOP for Site Inspection and Enforcement of Post-construction Storm Water Control Measures

Appendix N- Schedule for Inspecting Existing Long-term Storm Water Management Facilities

Appendix O- Plan to Retrofit Existing Developed Sites That Are Adversely Impacting Water Quality

Appendix P- Preferred Design Specifications to More Effectively Treat Storm Water

Appendix Q- Inventory of All Municipal Facilities and Operations

Appendix R- Assessment of Municipal Facilities and OperationsFor Their Potential to Generate Storm Water Pollutants to the Storm Water System

Appendix S- Standard Operating Procedures for City Operations

Appendix T- Inventory of All Floor Drains Inside All City-owned or Operated Buildings

Appendix U- Process to Assess the Water Quality Impacts in the Design of All New Flood Management Structural Controls That are Associated With the City or Discharge to the MS4

Appendix V- Process to Assess Whether Changes or Additions Should be Made to Structural Controls to Improve Water Quality

Appendix W- SWMP Documentation Process

Appendix X- Fiscal Assessment

Appendix Y - Storm Water Discharge Point Map


Farmington City Storm Water (Land Disturbance) Permitting

Farmington City Land Disturbance Permit Application Form- This form is to be submitted whenever there is to be a disturbance of land within Farmington City greater than one acre or smaller than one acre if it is part of a common plan of development (CPoD) such as a subdivison lot. This includes excavation construction, grubbing, grading, importing of fill or any other activity that disturbs the natural vegetative cover of the land. A Storm Water Permit is also requred for any building permit for a structure requiring earth moving.


Common Plan of Development Storm Water Pollution Prevent Plan (SWPPP) Templates- A SWPPP must be submitted with the Land Disturbance Permit on parcels that are less than one acre but part of a common plan of development (CPoD).

State of Utah Common Plan of Development (CPoD)SWPPP Template


Davis County Best Management Practice (BMP) Manual- for use completing SWPPP. Choose the BMPs you will be using and include the detail in your SWPPP.