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Stormwater Management

Our "Storm Water Initiative" program promotes a cooperative, coordinated, cost effective, comprehensive, and continued watershed management system for Summit County. Storm water management is a problem that crosses corporate boundaries. This program encourages communities to work together toward a regionally beneficial County-wide watershed management solution.

The Summit County Engineer's Office and the Summit Soil and Water Conservation District are facilitating monthly meetings to discuss and plan the implementation of the SWMP program BMPS.

For more information, see the the lastest version of the County Storm Water Management Program (SWMP NPDES Phase II).

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The Summit County Engineer's Stormwater Drainage Manual was last revised on March 6, 2013.

Read more in the County of Summit Ordinance 943: Comprehensive Storm Water Management, which provides oversight for long term inspection & maintenance for new construction in the unincorporated area of Summit County.

FileDescriptionFile size
Download this file (12012_GISditchLocationMap2013_2014mapA.pdf)County Ditch Map 6810 Kb
Download this file (1_2015-2019 SWMP part 1 of 6.pdf)Updated MS4 Documents 3441 Kb
Download this file (2_2015-2019 SWMP part 2 of 6.pdf)Updated MS4 Documents 2 1923 Kb
Download this file (3_2015-2019 SWMP part 3 of 6.pdf)Updated MS4 Documents 3 2337 Kb
Download this file (Chapter_943_Ordinance_Comprehensive_Storm_Water_Mangement.pdf)Chapter_943_Ordinance_Comprehensive_Storm_Water_Mangement.pdfCounty of Summit Ordinance 943: Comprehensive Storm Water Mangement423 Kb