Madison Area Municipal Storm Water Partnership
Rather than submit individual applications to comply with the storm water discharge
permit regulations contained in Wisconsin Administrative Code NR 216, 21 municipalities
in central Dane County submitted one permit application jointly. The 21 municipalities
in the Joint Storm Water Permit Group are:
The goal of the municipal storm water discharge permit program is to reduce adverse
impacts to water quality in our lakes and streams from urban sources of storm water
runoff. The portion of Dane County addressed in this plan is rich in water resources
that have been adversely impacted by storm water runoff.
Control of storm water pollution is most effectively implemented when people and
organizations understand the impact of storm water pollution, its sources, and the
actions they can take to control it. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
(WDNR) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) have identified
the importance of informing and educating municipalities, the construction trades,
professional service providers, and citizens about storm water pollution.
All documents on this page are in Adobe Acrobat format unless otherwise stated.
Newsletter Articles and Other Information
All of these links are to web pages unless specifically stated.
For more information contact:
Storm Water Education Coordinator
c/o Dane County Office of Lakes and Watersheds
5201 Fen Oak Drive, Room 234
Madison, WI 53718-8827