City Transportation & Storm Water Department (T&SWD) is responsible for managing the drainage system on City-owned properties, within Public Right of Ways and drainage easements dedicated to the City to minimize flood risk and protect water quality. This work includes performing on-going maintenance within natural and engineered waterways to remove accumulated sediment, trash, debris and vegetation that compromise the system. The WMP is intended to establish an effective and streamlined program that allows for facilities to be maintained to reduce flood risk, while minimizing impacts and potential adverse effects of maintenance. The WMP is being developed in order to integrate biological, water quality, and regulatory approaches to allow the City to efficiently and effectively obtain approvals for activities.
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