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For more information regarding our storm drain system, view or call the Storm water Hotline : 801-851-PURE (7873) or the City Engineer Shane Sorensen at 801-763-9862.
Alpine City is anxious to preserve the natural resources that make it beautiful. Because our ditches and gutters drain into Utah Lake, it is important that we are vigilant in making sure pollutants do not find their way into this system. It is a Federal and State offense to put anything other than normal storm runoff into a storm drain. If you find or witness the dumping of pollutants into a ditch or other storm drain system source, please call and report it to our city offices at 801-756-6347.
If you have a streetlight out, call City Hall at 801-756-6347, ext 3. See the pictures below to let us know which type of light is out.
The following documents are the Storm Water Management Plan for Alpine City (SWMP). Due to its size, it has been split into several different parts. Please download the SWMP Index first to see which parts you may be interested in. If you have any questions/comments regarding the SWMP, please contact us here.
SWMP - Main (UPDATED 6/28/2016)
SWMP - Appendix A
SWMP - Appendix B
SWMP - Appendix C
SWMP - Appendix D
SWMP - Appendix E
SWMP - Appendix F
SWMP - Appendix G
Utah County Storm Water Coalition Interlocal Agreement
Land Disturbance Permit & SWPPP Details (updated 8-21-2017)
SWPPP Template (for 1 acre + sites)
SWPPP Common Plan of Development Template (aka: CPoD, for sites < 1 acre)
SWPPP Weekly Inspection Form
State General Construction Permit UTRC00000
State General Common Plan of Development Permit UTRH00000
SWPPP State Inspection Form
Private Stormwater Management Facility Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Manual
Annual report form, due by July 15th, located on last page of O&M Manual
Municipal Code Section 14-400 - Storm Water Management
Please keep in mind that it is unlawful to place any kind of material on a public road or sidewalk. Not only is this hazardous for vehicles and pedestrians, as well as makes it difficult for our snow plows to do their job, it is also a source of contaminants to the storm water system. Debris from these piles fills our storm drain system with sediment and is difficult to remove. Dumping piles of landscaping or other materials on our roads and sidewalks is illegal and punishable by Class B misdemeanor. Please take care this year to inform any contractors/landscapers you may hire to place all materials out of any public right-of-way for our safety and to help protect our storm drain systems.