• Stormwater runs to creeks, lakes, and the Puget Sound on JBLM.

    Stormwater runs to creeks, lakes, and the Puget Sound on JBLM.

  • Whatever you dump on the ground, can get into our creeks, lakes, and the Puget Sound. If you see a rainbow shine heading towards a storm drain, please call 911 JBLM for spill response.

    Whatever you dump on the ground, can get into our creeks, lakes, and the Puget Sound. If you see a rainbow shine heading towards a storm drain, please call 911 JBLM for spill response.

  • Only rain down the drain on JBLM!

    Only rain down the drain on JBLM!

The JBLM Stormwater Program oversees compliance with the installation's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits. The permits authorize JBLM to discharge stormwater runoff and requires the use of best management practices to reduce pollutants from entering the stormwater system.

The JBLM Stormwater Design Guidance document replaces the “Pamphlet for New Development and Redevelopment” document.  The JBLM Stormwater Design Guidance describes the requirements that designers must meet when developing sites that will disturb more than 5,000 square feet of ground.

Fill out and submit the Stormwater LID Form as a submittal under the Stormwater Drainage Plan as required by the JBLM MS4 Permit.  This form is used to track the design and installation of stormwater low impact development best management practices (i.e. bioretention, permeable pavement, rainwater harvesting, etc.) on JBLM.

  • JBLM SWPPP Template: Provides a template for contractors to prepare a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for sites that will disturb more than 5,000 square feet but less than 1.0 acre.
  • CGP SWPPP Template: A template for contractors to prepare a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for sites that will disturb more than 1.0 acres.
  • 2022 Construction General Permit: EPA signed its 2022 Construction General Permit (CGP) for stormwater discharges from construction activities on January 18, 2022. The 2022 CGP, which became effective on February 17, 2022, replaces the 2017 CGP. The 2022 CGP provides permit coverage to eligible construction stormwater discharges where EPA is the NPDES permitting authority.

Visit the military Low Impact Development website to access Army LID Planning tools and resources

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