Stormwater Management

The Town of Signal Mountain is required to comply with the requirements of Phase II of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting process under the Clean Water Act of 1972 to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the nation’s water. Therefore, the Town has appointed a Stormwater Manager and created a Stormwater Utility. The Utility generates revenues to fund stormwater related improvements, to implement Best Management Practices to ensure that stormwater discharges meet applicable water quality standards and reduce pollutants from entering the stormwater system.

Stormwater Business Office714 Mississippi Avenue, Signal Mountain, TN. 37377

Stormwater Hotlinebfisher@signalmountaintn.gov, lhopper@signalmountaintn.gov, lbrill@signalmountaintn.gov
(423) 886-2177, Ext 220 (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.)
(423) 886-2123 - After Regular Business Hours - EMERGENCY ONLY

The Town’s approach to watershed management addresses not only stormwater quality, but quantity as well by managing the effects of stormwater runoff in culverts, ditches, detention ponds, and other drainage issues. Three key factors were considered in developing priorities:

  • Types of water quality issues to be addressed
  • Exploring solutions to problems, including financial, legal and political obstacles
  • Implementing reasonable solutions
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  • Stormwater Ordinance
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  • Ordinance #2021-13 to Amend Secton 18-808 - Rate
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  • Stormwater Department Enforcement and Response Plan
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  • Stormwater Map
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  • Household Hazardous Waste
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  • Best Stormwater Management Practices
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  • EPA Septic Smart
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  • Tennessee Urban Riparian Buffer Handbook
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  • TNSA - Tennessee Stormwater Association
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  • TDEC Construction BMP Manual
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    TDEC construction best management practices (BMP) manual for erosion and sediment control during construction.
  • Tennessee Permanent Stormwater Management and Design Guidance Manual
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    The permanent stormwater control measures (SCMs) identified in this manual, are runoff reduction best management practices that are intended to address the traditional permanent stormwater management limitations by reducing stormwater runoff volume and/or pollutants. There are two major categories of SCMs: non-structural and structural.
  • Tennessee Stormwater Association (TNSA) Facebook Page
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    Tennessee Stormwater Association (TNSA) Facebook Page for more education and outreach information about stormwater.
  • 2022-2023TDECAnnualReport.pdf
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    2022-2023 TDEC Annual Report