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Erosion Control Program

Erosion Control Program

In 2007, the City of Keizer was issued an NPDES permit to discharge stormwater to local waterways. The permit is administered by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). The permit requires the City to implement a variety of programs designed to minimize the impact of stormwater on water quality and watershed health. One of the requirements is a Construction Site Runoff Control Program. This program was implemented in 2011 and includes an Erosion Control Ordinance which was adopted by City Council on December 1, 2014. The Ordinance establishes permit requirements for projects that meet certain thresholds. (See table below). 

Projects that do not meet the permit threshold must still comply with the Erosion Control Ordinance.

For Best Management Practice selection, design and installation please reference the Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control - Planning and Design Manual, provided by Clean Water Services. 

 

Erosion Control Program Overview

Disturbance Threshold (sq.ft.) Plan Required Fee***
200 – 1,999 – Waterway Adjacent Disturbance*     Small Project Plan (CSPPP-B)  None
2,000 – 9,999      Small Project Plan (CSPPP-B)  $100
10,000-19,999      Large Project Plan (CSPPP)  $200
20,000-43,559     Large Project Plan (CSPPP)    $500
43,560 (1 acre) +     Large Project Plan (CSPPP)  $1000
Re-Inspection Fee**     N/A  $75

 

* Waterway-Adjacent means the disturbance takes place within 50 feet of any waterway. See ordinance language for details.  No fee is assessed on projects until the 2000 sq.ft. threshold is reached.

** If additional inspections are required due to improper or inadequate implementation of the plan, re-inspection fees will be assessed.

*** All permits are subject to an annual renewal requirement.