Stormwater Quality Management Committee
Clark County Regional Flood Control District
600 S. Grand Central Pkwy. Las Vegas, NV 89106

Pamphlets and Brochures

The Stormwater Quality Management Committee in cooperation with the local municipalities is actively developing comprehensive public outreach information about stormwater education and pollution prevention. Below are several pamphlets and brochures to assist the general public, construction industry, homeowners, and business owners about stormwater pollution prevention:


   
LAS VEGAS VALLEY CONSTRUCTION SITE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES GUIDENCE MANUAL - The BMP Guidence Manual was developed by Clark County Regional Flood Control District and the Las Vegas Valley Stormwater Quality Management Committee to assist the members of the public involved in planning, designing and implementing construction activities with the requirements set forth in the Nevada Stormwater General Permit for Construction Activities. [20.9 MB, Print format: 8.5 x11 inches]
   
PREVENT STORMWATER POLLUTION - This brochure is published by the Conservation District of Southern Nevada and Stormwater Quality Management Committee as a guide to alert Las Vegas Valley residents that dumping litter or other common hazardous materials is harmful to our environment and our water quality. The brochure provides simple solutions that residents can do to prevent stormwater pollution in their home and community. [Print format: 8.5 x11 inches]
 
GUIDELINES FOR WASTEWATER AND URBAN RUNNOFF - This brochure is published by the Stormwater Quality Management Committee as a guide to business and home owners on various Best Management Practices or BMPs to reduce environmental pollution to stormwater system. BMPs include the proper disposal of washwater related to transportation-related washing, surface cleaning, food-related cleaning, and other non-point sources of runoff. [Print format: 8.5 x11 inches]
 
STORMWATER POLLUTION _ WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW FOR...GENERAL CONSTRUCTION & SITE SUPERVISION - This brochure is published by the Stormwater Quality Management Committee as a new guide for the construction industry. The brochure outlines Best Management Practices (BMPs) for developers, general contractors, home builders, construction inspectors, and anyone in the construction business. Following the practices outlined in this guide can significantly reduce pollutant discharges at construction sites. [Print format: 11x17 inches]
 
DISTURBING LAND? - YOU MAY NEED A STORMWATER PERMIT! - This brochure is published by the Stormwater Quality Management Committee as a guide for the construction industry on how to develop a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and obtain a stormwater permit through the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP). NDEP requires all construction activity that disturbs one or more acres of land to have a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) readily available for site inspectors and in use prior to land disturbance. [Print format: 8.5 x11 inches]
   
 
Printed copies of the brochures above can be obtained free of charge at:
Clark County Regional Flood Control District
600 S. Grand Central Parkway 3rd Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89106
   
  EPA Stormwater Outreach Materials and Reference Documents - The Environmental Protection Agency has developed a series of materials for students and teachers to use in the classroom about water pollution and watershed protection.

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