Implementation of City of Sacramento LID Standards at CSU, Sacramento


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Sacramento
Document Title
Implementation of City of Sacramento LID Standards at CSU, Sacramento
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
In this project, Low Impact Development Best Management Practices (LID) BMPs, which are stormwater capture and treatment devices) will be constructed on the California State University, Sacramento campus. The primary purposes of the project are 1) to reduce stormwater pollution of the American and Sacramento Rivers and 2) to serve as a regional demonstration and education site for these kinds of BMPs in retrofit situations. LID BMPs that will be implemented include bioretention planters, rain gardens, compost-amended bioswales, roof drain disconnects, porous pavement, and other infiltration enhancements. These retrofit facilities will treat runoff from parking lots, roof drains, sections of two streets, and various impervious walkways. The total watershed area serviced is 16 acres. The public is the primary beneficiary of the pollution prevention aspect of this project. The City of Sacramento and other local governments belonging to the Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership (SSQP) are the beneficiaries of the demonstration and education aspect of this project because it will help them meet some of their obligations under the regional NPDES waste discharge permit.

Contact Information

Dalia FAdl
Agency Name
City of Sacramento
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency



Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
S:15301,15302,15304, Class 1,2,4
Reasons for Exemption
Existing Facilities. Reconstruction or Replacement of Existing Facilities. Minor Alterations to Land.

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