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Illicit Dumping - Unloading or disposal of solid, semi-solid or liquid substances near or into a stormwater system. Examples include motors, containers, grass clippings and leaves.Illicit Spills - Any intentional or accidental spill of solid, semi-solid or liquid substances into or adjacent to a stormwater system. Examples include fluids from vehicles, chemicals from drums or storage tanks, used oil, paint containers or fertilizer.
Illicit Connections - Any man-made conveyance which connects non-stormwater discharges directly to a stormwater system. These illicit conveyances are located either above or below the ground and may include drains, pipes or ditches.
It is estimated that $2,800,000 will be collected at the $72.24 rate that was proposed during the 2017 fiscal year.
Single-family home sites are assessed based on the impervious area range that they are in. The following ranges are:
Building Sq. Ft. 2018 Rate
Small: 100-1,100 $31.79
Small-Med: 1,100-1,600 $49.12
Medium: 1,601-2,500 $72.24
Large: 2,501-5,600 $110.53
Very Large: 5,601+ Treated as a Commercial Property
An overgrown pond is not eligible for a credit at this time. Eligible ponds must be maintained so that they function at the original design level. After the pond is retrofitted so that it could be expected to function at the design level, the mitigation credit will be restored.
The city may request that a professional engineer document the capacity of the pond prior to assigning a mitigation credit to the property.