What is Storm Water?
Storm Water is precipitation such as rain, sleet or melting snow. In a natural setting only a small percentage becomes surface runoff, but as development occurs the percentage increases. this runoff usually flows into the nearest stream, creak, river, lake or wetland.

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1. What is Storm Water?
2. Why is storm water important?
3. What is an NPDES (National Pollutant discharge Elimination systems) permit?
4. What is a pollutant?
5. Do I need an NPDES permit?
6. Where do I apply for an NPDES permit?
7. What is a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)?