Welcome to www.a2gov.org/storm: This site is designed to be a resource on stormwater management and surface water quality issues in the City of Ann Arbor.
Prominent Projects Click here to view a diagram of the below wet weather projects (PDF) * FDD Program (Partially Suspended) * Sanitary Sewer Wet Weather Evaluation * Stormwater Model Calibration and Analysis * Upper Malletts Stormwater Conveyance Study * Other Stormwater Projects : Management of Millers Creek Sediment Accumulation Study Allen Creek Railroad Berm Opening Feasibility Study
Stormwater Rates and CreditsLearn about Ann Arbor's tiered stormwater rate structure, which is based on a property's amount of impervious surface. Find out how your rate was calculated here.
Then learn about credits that could help you reduce your rate: Residential credits Commercial credits
Rain and Stream Gauges Look here for tools to access rain and stream gauge data.
Stormwater Management Requirements for Residential Construction A stormwater management plan is required for residential construction projects with 200+ sq. ft. of impervious surfaces. Learn about the code changes and download an impervious area worksheet to determine the code affects your project.
Opportunities for community involvement and participation in watershed stewardship activities
Sign up to receive stormwateremail updates.
Water/Sewer Emergency Information
Water Resources and Additional Information
NEW Stormwater Management Requirements for Residential Construction
Jennifer LawsonWater Quality Manager
Jerry HancockStormwater and Floodplain Program Coordinator
Kerry GrayUrban Forestry and Natural Resources Planner
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