Environmental Outreach Page

Environmental Outreach Page

Message from ADEM:

 

“Water quality is a responsibility of all of the citizens of Indian Springs Village.  We should all be on the lookout for illicit discharges.  In part, these can arise from water line flushing after the construction of new water lines, excessive landscape irrigation, diverted stream flows, discharges foundation drains or air conditioning condensation lines, water from crawl space pumps, auto or lawn equipment oil changes and washing, swimming pool discharges, construction sites that do not have properly installed and maintained erosion control devices, failing septic tanks, or other connections that carry harmful particulate matter or chemicals to natural water sources.

In the same vain, altering existing drainage courses, increasing storm water runoff, filling in a flood prone area without prior approval is something that citizens can monitor.

In the event you see anything that you feel is detrimental to good water quality or increases storm water runoff, please contact the Town Clerk.  All discussions will be kept confidential.”

Informational Documents

http://www.kindermorgan.com/public_awareness

Quarterly Update of Cahaba Watershed Project8-1-19

Stormwater Management Plan Rev. 5-30-19

Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination

Update of Cahaba Watershed Project May 2019

eSpotlight_Summer18_v3-FINAL

Stormwater Quarterly - Summer 2018

Stormwater Management Plan - 2016

Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance No 2016-003

NSCFD Action Plan

How your On-Site Sewer System – Septic Tank – Works

Maintaining On-Site Sewer System – Septic Tank

Second Annual Airwave Concert

Risk MAP and NFIP Fact Sheet

Stormwater and the Construction Industry

Storm Water document

2017 Report Transmittal

2017 Task Report Event Data

2018 Report of Events

2018 Report Transmittal

Event Schedule

Event Schedule

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