Stormwater Management


City of Sheboygan’s Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) Stormwater Permit

The City of Sheboygan owns and operates a municipal separate storm sewer system that discharges to waters of the State.

Discharges from storm sewer systems consist of runoff from rain events or snowmelt and fluids from spills or illicit connections. Pollutants of concern found in storm sewer system discharges include organic materials, suspended solids, metals, nutrients, bacteria, pesticides, fertilizer, and traces of toxic materials.

This WPDES permit regulates discharges from the City of Sheboygan’s municipal separate storm sewer system in accordance with s. 283.33, Wis. State Stat., and ch. NR 216, Wis. Adm. Code. The permit requirements are intended to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of waters of the state through pollution prevention and storm water management of urban runoff.

Development Requirements/Forms

Use the Stormwater Flow Chart to determine which forms or applications to file.



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