The goal of the Storm Water Program is to reduce or eliminate pollutants in storm water. Storm water discharges are generated by runoff from land and impervious areas such as paved streets, parking lots, and building rooftops, during rainfall and snowmelt events. Storm water discharges often contain pollutants in quantities that could adversely affect water quality.
Highlights of Permit Reissuance for the State Dewatering and Contained Water Permits
The state Contained Water permit will expire at midnight on March 18, 2014 and the Excavation Dewatering permit will expire at midnight on March 23, 2014. A permit to replace them will not be reissued by those dates. See the following document for information on the reissuance.
Highlights - Construction General Permit
Construction projects starting after July 1st, 2011 must use the new 2011 Alaska Construction General Permit (ACGP). The permit is provided below. DEC has revised the SWPPP Template and SWPPP Checklist for the new permit. The most frequently asked questions are answered in the following FAQ handout. After July 1st the Construction General Permit website will be updated for the new permit.
New to the eNOI System is the CGP eNOI Modification submittal. This submittal allows operators to electronically file the CGP Notice of Intent Modification form. For additional information, see the "Step-by-Step" guidance document.
For more information, please contact:
Jim Rypkema, Storm Water and Wetlands Manager
Division of Water – Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
555 Cordova Street
Anchorage, AK 99501
Fax Number: 907-334-2415
Email Address: email@example.com
- Construction General Permit
- Multi-Sector General Permit
- MS4 Permits
- Excavation Dewatering State Permit
- Contained or test water from man made containers or structures State Permit
- Transfer of Pesticide General Permit (PGP) from EPA to DEC - NEW
- APDES eNOI
- APDES Storm Water Forms
- Engineering Plan Review (Letter of Non-Objection)