CCSD #1 Proposed Sanitary Sewer and Stormwater Standards : Clackamas County Service District No. 1 (CCSD #1) administers Sanitary Sewer and Surface Water Management Programs for North Clackamas County protecting our local rivers and streams and public health.
CCSD #1 “Rules and Regulations” were updated in 2013 to combine both sanitary sewer and stormwater management regulations into one document. In addition to the updated “CCSD #1 Rules and Regulations”, all of the development related codes have been compiled into a single Sanitary and Stormwater Standards document.
The intent of these updates is to collaborate the current development code into policy manuals (Sanitary and Stormwater Standards) which inherently provides more flexibility for the development community and staff then regulations embedded within several different documents. The proposed Standards incorporate the relevant portions of current Rules and Regulations, the Design Guide and Specifications and Administrative Procedures related to development code into a single Sanitary and Stormwater Standard document.
CCSD #1 would appreciate feedback on the proposed Standards. The District will accept public comment on the Standards until Friday, May 31, 2013. Please email your comments to Don Kemp at DonK@co.clackamas.or.us , or call 503-742-4577.
For more information see the CCSD #1 Proposed Sanitary Sewer and Stormwater Standards web page by clicking here.
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