Stormwater Program Manager: Dale Jayne
For questions or concerns regarding stormwater, click here to email our office.
The City of Maryville implemented a Stormwater Utility through City Council approval in 2005. The utility is a result of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Storm Water Phase II program. EPA requires cities throughout the U.S., including Maryville, to obtain a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit because stormwater is considered a source of pollution in rivers and streams.
The major stormwater problems that Maryville faces is a drainage system permeated with old pipes, periodic flooding caused by heavy rains, erosion along Pistol Creek, and contaminants flowing into Little River, our drinking water source.
Stormwater Ordinances and Manuals
Grading, Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance--April 2013
Policy Manual for Grading and Construction Site Pollution Management
Stormwater Quality Management and Vegetated Buffers Ordinance
Policy Manual for Stormwater Quality Management
Knox County Stormwater Ordinance. Vol. 2
Maryville Municipal Floodplain Zoning Ordinance
Stormwater Public Works Standards
SW Credit Manual June 2005
Rules, Rates and Charges For The Stormwater Utility Service
Stormwater Detail Sheet
Maryville Drainage Project Policy
Stormwater Discharges Ordinance
Title 19 Stormwater Ordinance Chapters 1 - 7
Stormwater Utility Rates:
Residential: $3.97 per month
Small Residential: $2.38 per month (property owner must apply for this category)
Non-Residential: Measured in ERU units at a rate of $3.97 per 1 ERU unit. One ERU=2400 square feet of impervious surface. Example: A business with 4 ERUs (9600 sq. ft.) would pay 4 x 3.97 = $15.88 per month.
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