Stormwater system definition

Stormwater system means constructed and natural features which function together as a system to collect, convey, channel, hold, inhibit, retain, detain, infiltrate, divert, treat, or filter stormwater. “Stormwater system” includes both public and privately owned features.
Stormwater system means both the constructed and natural facilities, including pipes, culverts, watercourses and their associated floodplains, whether over or under public or privately owned land, used or required for the management, collection, conveyance, temporary storage, control, monitoring, treatment, use and disposal of stormwater;
Stormwater system means any stormwater facilities, including the city's municipal separate storm sewer system, by which stormwater is collected and/or conveyed, including but not limited to any roads with drainage systems, municipal streets, gutters, curbs, inlets, piped storm drains, pumping facilities, retention and detention basins, natural and human-made or altered drainage channels, reservoirs, and other drainage structures. “Stormwater system” includes both public and privately owned features.

Examples of Stormwater system in a sentence

  • The District owns certain real property and other improvements which comprise the Master Stormwater System.

  • Notwithstanding the same, consistent with the regulations of such entities there are certain practices and actions that can be controlled to enhance the effectiveness of the Master Stormwater System and improve the overall function and aesthetic value of the Master Stormwater System.

  • DeKalb County Government (the County) is soliciting bids for ITB 21-101395 Stormwater System Cleaning, Video Inspection (CCTV) Services and Repairs (Multiyear Contract) from responsible bidders.

  • Based upon the District’s prior experiences, undertaking corrective action for such events may result in the District expending significant sums of money to restore the Master Stormwater System (including lake banks) to maintain compliance with applicable permits and ensure public safety.

  • Runoff from normal rain events, tropical storms and hurricanes originating from impervious surfaces such as roofs, gutters and downspouts, may cause significant lake bank erosion and washouts throughout the District and may otherwise affect the proper operation of the Master Stormwater System.

More Definitions of Stormwater system

Stormwater system means a stormwater system in its entirety or any integral part thereof used to collect, control or dispose of stormwater and an associated stormwater management program. It includes all facilities, structures and natural water courses used for collecting and conducting stormwater to, through and from drainage areas to the points of final outlet, including, but not limited to, any and all of the following: Inlets, conduits, corals, outlets, channels, ponds, drainage ways, easements, water quality facilities, catch basins, ditches, streams, gulches, flumes, culverts, siphons, retention or detention basins, dams, floodwalls, pipes, flood control systems, levies and pumping stations. The term "stormwater system" does not include highways, road and drainage easements or stormwater facilities constructed, owned or operated by the West Virginia Division of Highways.
Stormwater system means a method or means of carrying stormwater, includ- ing ditches, swales, sewers, drains, canals, ravines, gullies, pumping stations, retention ponds, streams, watercourses, floodplains, ponds, springs, creeks, streets or private roads, roadways or driveways;
Stormwater system means infrastructure for the provision and management of stormwater
Stormwater system means the existing sanitary sewage collection, treatment and disposal system owned and operated by the Authority, including all related facilities heretofore acquired and/or constructed or hereafter acquired and/or constructed by the Authority, together with all appurtenant facilities and properties which the Authority has acquired or hereafter shall acquire in connection therewith, including all property, real, personal and mixed, rights, powers, licenses, easements, rights of way, whatsoever nature used or useful in connection with such facilities, and together with all additions, extensions, alterations and improvements which may be made or acquired, from time to time.
Stormwater system means all facilities owned or maintained by the City for collecting, detaining, conveying, reusing, infiltrating or treating stormwater from any parcel or place upstream or up gradient of any point of discharge to a river or creek not maintained by the City for conveyance of stormwater or flood control. Stormwater system shall also mean all facilities owned by or maintained by the City for purposes of flood control. (Ord. No. 12294, § 2, 10-6-09; Ord. No. 12377, § 1, 4-20-10)
Stormwater system means the infrastructure owned and/or used in the City, including but not limited to collection systems, gravity mains, outfalls, tide check valves, force mains and pump stations to collect and discharge stormwater generated from rain and tidal events.
Stormwater system means the method or means of conveying stormwater, within ditches, swales, mains, drains, canals, retention ponds, and culverts under public streets, private roads, public easements and driveways, which are vested in or under control of the Commission;