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On February 19, 2019, as part of the MS4-2016 Permit and Article 21 (the Stormwater Management Bylaw), the Board of Sewer Commissioners voted to adopt the Stormwater Management Rules & Regulations (effective February 20, 2019), Stormwater Utility Rates (effective July 1, 2019), Stormwater Management Credit Policy, and Stormwater Management Application Review & Inspection Fee.
The Stormwater Utility fee will charge parcels based on their total impervious area including, but not limited to, private roads, paved parking lots, private sidewalks, walkways, rooftops, pools, decks/porches, sheds, and areas with compacted dirt/gravel.
Property owners who believe that they may be billed incorrectly (e.g. pervious area underneath deck, common driveways, etc.) may submit a Stormwater Utility Petition for Adjustment to the Department of Public Works - Engineering Division.
Property owners may apply for credit against the Stormwater Utility fee by submitting a Stormwater Management Credit Application to the Department of Public Works - Engineering Division if their BMPs exceed existing stormwater regulations.
Any new construction filed on or after February 20, 2019 (whether through Conservation Commission, Planning Board, Building Inspectors, etc.) that disturbs 5,000 square feet or more must apply for a Stormwater Management Permit with the Department of Public Works - Engineering Division.
Article 21, Stormwater Management Bylaw
SW Management Rules & Regulations
SW Utility Rates
SW Utility Frequently Asked Questions
SW Utility Petition for Adjustment Form
SW Management Credit Policy
SW Management Credit Application
SW Management Application Review & Inspection Fee
SW Management Permit Application
You can find more information on the Town's Stormwater Management webpage.
If you have any questions, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 508-841-8502.