Jurisdictional Runoff Management Plan

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The City of San Clemente’s Jurisdictional Runoff Management Plan (JRMP) (previously know as the Local Implementation Plan or LIP) encompasses City-wide programs and activities designed to prevent and reduce storm water pollution within City boundaries. Under the requirements of the 2013 Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit the City was required to update its JRMP. Click below to view the JRMP.

San Clemente Jurisdictional Runoff Management Plan (April 2017)

Water Quality Improvement Plan

The City of San Clemente collaborated with other South Orange County jurisdictions and stakeholders to develop a Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP) for the South Orange County San Juan Hydrologic Unit Watershed Management Area (WMA). The goal of the WQIP is to protect, preserve, enhance, and restore water quality of receiving water bodies. This goal will be accomplished through an adaptive planning and management process that identifies the highest priority water quality conditions within the watershed management area and implements strategies to achieve improvements in the quality of discharges from the jurisdiction’s storm drain systems.

The South Orange County WMA WQIP was submitted to the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) on April 1 and is available for public comment through May 6, 2017. Click here to take you to the RWQCB WQIP webpage where you will find links to this comprehensive document. Links to this document can also be found on the Orange County Watersheds webpage at www.ocwatersheds.com/.

 This document is available for viewing at the City of San Clemente’s Community Development Offices at 910 Calle Negocio, 92673.


Best Management Practices

Best Management Practices, or BMPs, are techniques or controls used to prevent or reduce the discharge of pollutants, such as fertilizers, pesticides, and organic wastes, into the storm drain system. The helpful documents below are references for residential and commercial land uses to help reduce pollutants from reaching the City’s storm drain system and local waterways.

A1 Drainage System CSC

A1 Lake Management_CSC

A1 Landscape-field_CSC

A1 Roads Streets and Highways OM_CSC

A1 Sidewalks Plaza Fountain Cleaning_CSC

A1 Solid Waste Handling_CSC

A1 Special Event BMPs

A1 Water and Sewer Utility O&M_CSC


 A2 Bay-Harbor Activities_CSC

A2 Building Maintenance and Repair_CSC

A2 Equipment Maintenance and Repair_CSC

A2 Fueling_CSC

A2 Landscape_CSC

A2 Material Loading and Unloading_CSC

A2 Material Storage - Handling - Disposal_CSC

A2 Minor Construction_CSC

A2 Parking Lot Maintenance_CSC

A2 Spill Prevention and Control_CSC

A2 Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning_CSC

A2 Vehicle and Equipment Storage_CSC

A2 Waste Handling and Disposal_CSC


A3 Maint Procedures


 

D IC1 Airplane

D IC2 Animal Handling

D IC3 Building Maintenance

D IC4 Carpet Cleaning

D IC5 Concrete

D IC6 Erodible Surfaces

D IC7 Landscape

D IC8 Nurseries

D IC9 Outdoor Drainage

D IC10 Outdoor Loading and Unloading

D IC11 Outdoor Process Equipment

D IC12 Outdoor Storage

D IC13 Over Water Activities

D IC14 Painting

D IC15 Parking Lot and Storage

D IC16 Pools and Fountain Cleaning

D IC17 Spill Prevention

D IC18 Fueling

D IC19 Vehicle Maintenance

D IC20 Vehicle Cleaning

D IC21 Waste Handling

D IC22 Eating Establishments


E Disposal of Green Wastes

 

E Disposal of pet waste

E Home Care

E Household Hazardous Waste

E R1 Automobile Repair

E R2 Automobile washing

E R3 Automobile parking

E Water Conservation