What Is Stormwater?
Stormwater originates from rainfall and other precipitation that runs off of surfaces all over the Borough – rooftops, streets, lawns, etc. Stormwater makes its way into natural water sources and takes everything from Borough surfaces with it to these areas.
When you wash your car on a compacted surface, the runoff containing soap, heavy metals, road grime, greases, and oils can enter the storm drains. Unlike sanitary drains, storm drains usually run directly into creeks, ponds, and lakes. Use a commercial car wash facility or find a grassy area at home to soak up the runoff. Protect our area’s natural water resources!
Car Washing Facts
Please click on the ordinances name to view regulations that impact stormwater
PET WASTE, WILDLIFE FEEDING, LITTER CONTROL, IMPROPER DISPOSAL OF WASTE, ILLICIT CONNECTION ORDINANCE
REGARDING PRIVATE STORM DRAIN INLET RETROFITTING
REFUSE CONTAINERS AND DUMPSTERS
REVISED:STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CONTROL REGULATIONS
MUNICIPAL STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN
STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SPPP)
STORMWATER ORDINANCE NOTICE 2022
CURRENT STORMWATER PROJECTS
We are continually trying to improve the stormwater infrastructure to better serve the citizens of our Borough. There may be a project going on in your neighborhood, so check back here for project updates.
Proper maintenance is crucial to keep the Borough’s stormwater drainage facilities functioning. Learn how we maintain the stormwater infrastructure and what you can do to help by viewing the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Solutions to Stormwater Pollution page