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Stormwater Management, Syracuse Urban Area

The term "urbanized area" refers to a land area comprising one or more central places and the adjacent densely settled surrounding area(s) that together have a minimum residential population of 50,000 and a minimum average population density of 1,000 people per square mile. The Syracuse Urban Area (SUA) includes portions of 31 municipalities in Madison, Onondaga and Oswego Counties.

Stormwater Pollutants of Concern in the SUA

SYRACUSE URBAN AREA AUTOMATICALLY DESIGNATED MS4s

Onondaga County

Baldwinsville (V)
Camillus (T)
Camillus (V)
Cicero (T)
Clay (T)
DeWitt (T)
E. Syracuse (V)
Fayetteville (V)
Geddes (T)
LaFayette (T)
Liverpool (V)
Lysander (T)
Manlius (T)
Manlius (V)
Marcellus (T)
Marcellus (V)
Minoa (V)
N. Syracuse (V)
Onondaga County
Onondaga (T)
Pompey (T)
Salina (T)
Solvay (V)
Syracuse (C)
Van Buren (T)


Oswego County*

Central Square (V)
Hastings (T)
Oswego County
Phoenix (V)
West Monroe (T)
Madison County

Madison County
Sullivan (T)

* Town of Schroeppel in Oswego County was granted a waiver by NYS DEC and is not subject to Phase II MS4 permit requirements.

Central New York Stromwater Coalition

The 31 municipalities in the SUA are required to have NYS permit coverage, and meet certain permit conditions, in order to discharge from their drainage systems to our local waters, the majority of which are members of the Central New York Stormwater Coalition. The Coalition is working to meet regulatory stormwater management requirements while improving water quality throughout Central New York. By partnering with neighboring communities and other organizations such as CNY Regional Planning & Development Board, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Local Soil & Water Conservation Districts, The Syracuse-Onondaga County Planning Agency, and the Onondaga County Save the Rain Program, Coalition members are finding efficient ways to reduce and share the cost of regulatory compliance, reduce duplicative efforts, and leverage available funding opportunities... To Find out more information about the Central New York Stormwater Coalition and how you might help reduce general Stromwater pollution and its impacts to our waterways, please visit: The New York Stormwater Coalition Home Page at : http://www.cnyrpdb.org/stormwater/.

12/11/13

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