The permit requirements for Public Involvement/Participation for Minimum Control Measure 2 (MCM 2) are defined in Section 4.2.2-4.2.2.4 of the Jordan Valley Municipalities (MS4) Permit; No. UTS000001

Programs
2.1 Riverton Stormwater Utility Citizen Advisory Committee 
2.2 Riverton Stormwater Web Page
2.3 Volunteer Opportunity
2.4 Public Comment



2.1 Riverton Stormwater Utility Citizen Advisory Committee
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.2.1, 4.2.2.2, 4.2.2.3
Target Pollutants:
Common household pollutants, e.g., fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, typical residential landscaping and maintenance pollutants and debris, garage chemicals and petrochemicals and other similar waste. Waste related to similar activities associated with commercial properties. Common construction pollutants, e.g., Sediment, nutrients, heavy metals, acids and based(pH), pesticides & herbicides, bacteria & viruses, trash, debris, miscellaneous solids
Audiences:
Stormwater Utility Citizen Advisory Committee and General Public
Description:
The committee consists of people living or working in Riverton City representing residents, business, agricultural and institutions in relation stormwater system user types. Staff also involves a councilman representing the public. Its role is to advise the Stormwater Division in making recommendations to the Riverton City Council on matters pertaining to the Utility, Capital Facility Projects and the Stormwater Management Plan. The plan is to meet annually and create a forum for ongoing communication with Riverton Public Works and Stormwater staff.
Rational:
The MS4 regulation requires involvement from residents including commercial, institutional, agricultural, construction and residential owners. It is also necessary to staff to better understand the need and challenges of its population types.
Measure of Success:
Maintain meeting minutes and questions & answers.
Responsible Staff:
Public Works Director, Stormwater Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility, General Fund
Standard Operations Procedures:
Conclusion:
2020-2021
This program is not successful.  The program is inactive.  Committee meetings were very time intensive and meetings were not resulting is effective programs.   To cover equal intent the City evaluates feedback from implemented programs and regularly updates templates and SOPs needing improvement.  Stormwater staff has found this approach is more effective.  The City conformed to the minimum per 4.2.2.4 in 2003 but their was no public comment.      




2.2 Riverton Stormwater Web Page
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.2.2, 4.2.2.3, 4.2.2.4
Target Pollutants:
Common household pollutants, e.g., fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, typical residential landscaping and maintenance pollutants and debris, garage chemicals and petrochemicals and other similar waste. Waste related to similar activities associated with commercial properties. Common construction pollutants, e.g., Sediment, nutrients, heavy metals, acids and based(pH), pesticides & herbicides, bacteria & viruses, trash, debris, miscellaneous solids. 
Audiences:
Engineers, Construction Contractors, Developers, Planners, City Staff and Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Institutional Property Owners
Description:
The City Stormwater Webpage provides residents, businesses, Institutions, contractors, developers, engineers and planners the necessary information to understand and comply with City standards, ordinances, permit programs pertaining to MS4 requirements.
Measure of Success:
Evaluate Stormwater Division Program hits and draw conclusions
Stormwater Program Web Page Activity Statistics
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Utility Manager
Funding:
Stormwater Utility, General Fund 
Conclusion:
2020-2021
The Webpage is the one of the City's most effective programs for providing MS4 program documents to the intended audiences.    The construction and development programs saw the most web activity this year.   We hope to see more residential activity with the improved local social media program.


2.3 Volunteer Opportunity
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation: 4.2.2
Target Pollutants:
Common household pollutants, e.g., fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, typical residential landscaping and maintenance pollutants and debris, garage chemicals and petrochemicals and other similar waste. Waste related to similar activities associated with commercial properties. Common construction pollutants, e.g., Sediment, nutrients, heavy metals, acids and based(pH), pesticides & herbicides, bacteria & viruses, trash, debris, miscellaneous solids
Audiences:
General Public
Description:
Described by the Volunteer Program Inlet Marking SOP
Described by the Volunteer Program River and Creek SOP
Stormwater Staff also considers and approves proposed unique water quality related service on a case by case basis. 
Measure of Success:
Quantify service projects and evaluate how to improve.
Volunteer Programs Log
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Utility Manager, Parks and Recreation Director
Funding:
Stormwater Utility
Standard Operations Procedures:
Appendix:
Conclusion
2020-2021
There were 2 Creek and River Volunteer Projects this report period.  A Riverton High School Marching Band group and neighborhood group related to the day of service campaign.  This is a successful program.  Staff hopes to improve awareness through invitations through the social media program.




2.4 Public Comment
Year Executed: 2011
Reference Regulation:
4.2.2.2, 4.2.2.3, 4.2.2.4
Target Pollutants:
Common household pollutants, e.g., fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, typical residential landscaping and maintenance pollutants and debris, garage chemicals and petrochemicals and other similar waste. Waste related to similar activities associated with commercial properties. Common construction pollutants, e.g., Sediment, nutrients, heavy metals, acids and based(pH), pesticides & herbicides, bacteria & viruses, trash, debris, miscellaneous solids
Audiences:
General Public
Description:
SMMP contact number and email are provided on the Home Stormwater Page.  Riverton staff regularly responds to program feedback and updates program documents and SOPs accordingly for improving effective ness.  See conclusion of Program 2.1.  The City also subscribes to a service called “MyCivic”. This service allows the public to file issues online.  The service facilitates documentation, and resolution through interconnecting City Departments and Divisions.
Measure of Success:
Evaluate the quantity and significance of the MS4 regulated related feedback and formal comments.
Responsible Staff:
Stormwater Utility Manager
Funding:
General fund, Stormwater Utility
Conclusion:
2020-2021
The SWMP personnel contact information is provided on the Home Stormwater page.  Public has not used MyCiv to provide SWMP program content feedback.  No other SWMP program content related comments were received this report period.  Several updates have been made to City Standards, Long-Term Stormwater Management and Land Disturbance programs partly the result of listening and evaluating to feedback of those following City programs, templates and SOPs.
 
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