Members of the Mid Rio Grande Stormwater Quality Team and other organizations are required to file National Polllutant Discharge Elimination System Stormwater Program MS4 Permits with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Before the permits are finalized, organizations file a Notice of Intent (NOI), during which time the public can review and comment on their permit applications. Public comment can be made on any of the NOIs below through June 1, 2015.
Click on the links below to view the Notices of Intent (NOI) to file these permits or, in the case of Sandia National Laboratory, to view the actual permit documents.
As part of their MS4 Permits with the Environmental Protection Agency, the members of the Mid Rio Grand Stormwater Quality Team file a report on public education and outreach. This past year, team members reached nearly 4 million people (with duplication) with a stormwater quality or stormwater pollution prevention message. Click here to read the full report.
- NMDOT District 3 FY2020 MS4 Annual Report, DRAFT
- Kids Get Wild About Watersheds (Media Alert)
- Mountain West Brew Fest Survey Results
- Albuquerque HHW Summary
- Sandoval County HHW Summary
- Festival in the Valley Survey Results
- CNM Source Control Project
- Earth Force Semi-Annual Report for EPA
- ABCWUA Fats, Oils and Grease Campaign Samples
- RiverXchange Mid-Year Report (2015)
- BEMP Mid-Year Report
- Google Analytics Report (January – June, 2016)
- KOB TV Health & Wellness Fair Survey Results
- Abrazos Valle de Oro Survey Results
- AMAFCA SWP Training Survey Results
- Albuquerque Journal Story on Educational Kiosk
- RiverXchange Final Report (2015 – 2016)
- BEMP Final Report (2015 – 2016)
- BEMP Stormwater Science Outreach (2015 – 2016)
- 2017 MS4 Annual Report-Village of Corrales
- NMDOT District 3 FY 2019 MS4 Annual Report
- MRGSQT Strategic Plan_KB
- 2018-2019 MRGSQT Outcomes Report_10212019_FINAL