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Collectively, the draining water is called storm water runoff and is a concern to us in commercial and industrial sites as well as your neighborhood because of the pollutants it carries.
Where Does This Water Go?A common assumption is the water that heads down the storm drains flows into a treatment plant. Not so! Unlike waste water that is treated, storm water does not go through any treatment process. Storm drains transport storm water to the nearest stream, creek, lake or other waterway.
Water carries whatever it can with it – trash, leaves, chemical residue. With hundreds of storm drains around town, storm water is a major polluter. Although each storm drain contributes only a small number of pollutants, when added together, pollution concentrations are pretty high.
Draper City’s Mission • To operate a drainage system that provides safe, dependable surface drainage in each neighborhood that can be maintained easily and at a reasonable cost• To have a proactive planning process that will ensure that new development does not have a negative impact on existing neighborhoods• To improve the environment by improving the quality of storm water runoff by remaining in compliance with Environmental Protection Agency Regulations
Storm Water FeesResidential $8.00 per month Commercial $8.00 per month per ERU (Private Communities with common area may at the City’s decision be billed the commercial rate)
Commercial ERUs are calculated by the City Engineer and provided to the Utility Billing Department. If you have any questions regarding your ERU calculation, please call our Engineering Department at (801) 576-6360.
Commercial development is assigned a number of ERUs based on impervious surface. One (1) ERU equals 3,000 square feet of impervious surface.
Reduce the discharge of pollutants to the maximum extent practicable
Protect water quality
Satisfy the appropriate water quality requirements of the Clean Water ActDraper City has is also an active member of the Salt Lake County Storm water Coalition. By combining efforts with this coalition Draper City is able to participate in an organization that shares its experiences and knowledge about issues relating to storm water. More information about the coalition can be found at their website below: