Directorate of Public Works

FORT HOOD, TX

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Small Construction Activities

Construction Storm Water Program Construction Storm Water Program

An operator of a small construction activity is automatically authorized under the TPDES TXR150000 general permit and operators of these sites are not required to submit a Notice of Intent (NOI). Operators of these sites are required to complete the following:
  • Develop a Storm Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) according to the provisions of the TPDES TXR150000 that covers the entire site or all portions of the site for which the applicant is the operator. The SWPPP must be submitted to DPW-ENV for review within 5 days of receiving the notice to proceed.  The SWPPP must be approved, prior to commencing construction activities.
  • Sign a completed Construction Site Notice (CSN).
  • Post a signed copy of the CSN at the construction site prior to commencing construction activities in a location where it is readily available for viewing by the public. The CSN must be maintained in that location until the completion of the construction activity.
  • Provide a copy of the signed and certified CSN to DPW-ENV at least 48 hours prior to the commencement of construction activities.
    Mail to:
    Directorate of Public Works
    Environmental Division
    Attn: IMSW-HOD-PWE
    Bldg. 4622 Engineer Drive
    Fort Hood, TX 76544-5028
  • Follow all provisions set forth in the Construction Site Storm Water Inspection Program Memorandum of Instruction (MOI) dated November 12, 2008.
  • When the project has been temporarily stabilized and is being closed out call DPW-Environmental for a Final Closure Inspection at 254-287-6499.
  • Operators must date their CSN of when it was removed and notify the MS4 operator.
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