Water from snow, rain, and irrigation runoff is collected throughout the city in a system of retention ponds, pipes, ditches, and catch basins, in order to direct the water back into natural waterways. This protects Brigham City infrastructure, as well as the property of residents and businesses.
Storm Water Management Plan
The Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) is designed to reduce the discharge of pollutants from the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4), protect water quality, and satisfy requirements of the Utah Water Quality Act. The SWMP is required by Utah State Law and the Federal Clean Water Act.
Storm Water Permits
Individuals or entities wishing to excavate or perform other construction activity, including connecting to the storm water system, may be required to obtain a permit. Requirements are outlined in Chapter 24.07 of Title 24: Streets and Sidewalks (pdf)
. For appeals, see Chapter 24.07.100.
Permit applications are available under "Most Requested" in the sidebar of this page.