SECTION 15.10 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN CONTENT AND AMENDMENTS.
(1) EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN REQUIRED. For each construction site identified under section 15.04 (1)(c), an erosion and sediment control plan shall be prepared.
(2) EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN CONTENTS.
[a] An erosion and sediment control plan shall be prepared and submitted to the Village Engineer.
[b] The erosion and sediment control plan shall be designed to meet the performance standards in section 15.07, section 15.08, and other requirements of this ordinance.
[c] The EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN shall address pollution caused by soil erosion and sedimentation during construction and up to final stabilization of the site. The erosion and sediment control plan shall include, at a minimum, all of the following items:
1. Names and addresses of the owner or developer of the site, and of any consulting firm retained by the applicant, together with the name of the applicant’s principal contact at such firm. The application shall also include start and end dates for
2. Description of the construction site and the nature of the land disturbing construction activity, including representation of the limits of land disturbance on a United States Geological Survey 7.5 minute series topographic
3. Description of the intended sequence of major land disturbing construction activities for major portions of the construction site, including stripping and clearing; rough grading; construction of utilities, infrastructure, and buildings; and final grading and landscaping. Sequencing shall identify the expected date on which clearing will begin, the estimated duration of exposure of cleared areas, areas of clearing, installation of temporary erosion and sediment control measures, and establishment of permanent
4. Estimates of the total area of the construction site and the total area of the construction site that is expected to be disturbed by land disturbing construction activities.
5. Calculations to show the compliance with the performance standard in section 15.08 (3)(b)1.
6. Existing data describing the surface soil as well as
7. Depth to groundwater, as indicated by Natural Resources Conservation Service soil information when
8. Name of the immediate named receiving water from the United States Geological Survey 7.5 minute series topographic
9. Schedule of anticipated starting and completion date of each land disturbing or land developing activity, including the installation of construction site control measures needed to meet the requirements of this ordinance.
10. Provisions for maintenance of the construction site control measures during construction.
[d] SITE MAP. The erosion and sediment control plan shall include a site map. The site map shall include all of the following items and shall be at a scale not greater than 100 feet per inch and at a contour interval not to exceed five feet:
1. Existing and proposed topography, vegetative cover, natural and engineered drainage systems, roads, and surface waters. Lakes, streams, wetlands, channels, ditches, and other watercourses on and immediately adjacent to the site shall be Any identified 100-year flood plains, flood fringes, and floodways shall also be shown.
2. Boundaries of the construction site
3. Locations and dimensions of all proposed land disturbing activities;
4. Locations and dimensions of all temporary soil or dirt stockpiles
5. Locations and dimensions of all construction site management control measures necessary to meet the requirements of this ordinance
6. Drainage patterns and approximate slopes anticipated after major grading
7. Areas of soil
8. Location of major structural and non-structural controls identified in the erosion and sediment control
9. Location of areas where stabilization BMPs will be
10. Areas that will be vegetated following land disturbing construction
11. Areas and locations of wetland on the construction site, and locations where storm water is discharged to a surface water or wetland within one−quarter mile downstream of the construction
12. Areas used for infiltration of post−construction storm water
13. An alphanumeric or equivalent grid overlying the entire construction site
[e] BMPS. Each erosion and sediment control plan shall include a description of appropriate control BMPs that will be installed and maintained at the construction site to prevent pollutants from reaching waters of the State. The erosion and sediment control plan shall clearly describe the appropriate erosion and sediment control BMPs for each major land disturbing construction activity and the timing during the period of land disturbing construction activity that the erosion and sediment control BMPs will be implemented. The description of erosion and sediment control BMPs shall include, when appropriate, all of the following minimum requirements:
1. Description of interim and permanent stabilization practices, including a BMP implementation schedule. The erosion and sediment control plan shall ensure that existing vegetation is preserved when attainable and that disturbed portions of the site are
2. Description of structural practices to divert flow away from exposed soils, store flows, or otherwise limit runoff and the discharge of pollutants from the site. Unless otherwise specifically approved in writing by the Village Engineer, structural measures shall be installed on upland
3. Management of overland flow at all areas of the construction site, unless otherwise controlled by outfall
4. Trapping of sediment in channelized
5. Staging land disturbing construction activities to limit exposed soil areas subject to
6. Protection of downslope drainage inlets where they
7. Minimization of tracking at all vehicle and equipment entry and exit locations of the construction
8. Clean up of off-site sediment
9. Proper disposal of building and waste
10. Stabilization of drainage
11. Installation of permanent stabilization practices as soon as possible after final grading.
12. Minimization of dust to the maximum extent
[f] The erosion and sediment control plan shall require that velocity dissipation devices be placed at discharge locations and along the length of any outfall channel as necessary to provide a non-erosive flow from the structure to a water course so that the natural physical and biological characteristics and functions are maintained and protected.
(3) EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN AMENDMENTS. The applicant shall amend the erosion and sediment control plan if any of the following occurs:
[a] There is a change in design, construction, operation, or maintenance at the site that has the reasonable potential for the discharge of pollutants to waters of the State and that has not otherwise been addressed in the erosion and sediment control plan.
[b] The actions required by the erosion and sediment control plan fail to reduce the impacts of pollutants carried by construction site runoff.
[c] The Village Engineer notifies the applicant of changes needed in the erosion and sediment control plan.