Dixie Storm Water Coalition

Storm Water

Santa Clara City is an active member of the Dixie Storm Water Coalition. For further information pertaining to Storm Water issues, information, and forms please visit the Dixie Storm Water Coalition Website .

Scott Bannon

Scott Bannon

Storm Water Coordinator

sbannon@sccilty.org
435-656-4690 Ext. 222

Storm Water Forms & Information

Santa Clara City requires all new construction to submit a State Stormwater Permit (NOI). You may click THIS LINK to be directed to the State website where you can login (existing user) or create a new account (new user) to apply for your State NOI. The State website will guide you through the process of applying for your permit.

You are also required to submit a SWPPP (Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan).

Both documents are required for all new construction, as well as a pre-construction meeting with our Storm Water Manager, Fred Fage.

Directions to apply for a State Storm Water Permit:

  1. Go to the State website at: https://secure.utah.gov/deq-dashboard/index.html
  2. You will need to create an account if this is your first time applying for a permit, otherwise just login with your existing account.
  3. Click the apply for new permit link.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) – Notice: this form will not be accepted without your State NOI!) See Code 13.24

Subcontractor Agreement (Form)

Santa Clara City Low Impact Development Guidance Manual

Reporting Illicit Discharges

If you suspect anything that is other than Clean Stormwater being placed into or found within the  Storm Water Conveyance System, please call our 24-hour Storm Water Contamination Reporting Hot Line:

(Non-Emergency)
(435)627-4020 or (435)627-4835

(Emergency)
911

Stay on the line, speak slowly and clearly as you make your report to the City Dispatcher.

Items that constitute an illicit discharge may include:

  • Detergent
  • Leaf litter
  • Sewage
  • Industrial waste
  • Petroleum products
  • Animal waste
  • Commercial car wash flow