This website has been authorized by the Palm Beach County MS4 NPDES (PBC NPDES) Steering Committee as a resource for all permittees within the county. It is intended that this site will provide the permittee with helpful information on understanding and complying with the requirements of the MS4 NPDES permit.
Cycle 4 Year 3 - Pollutant Loading Estimates Report
The Cycle 4 Year 3 - Pollutant Loading Estimates Report is available here.
Steering Committee Presenations for April 18, 2018
The Cycle 4 - Year 1 - DRAFT 2016-2017 Joint Report
The Cycle 4 - Year 1 - DRAFT 2016-2017 Joint Report is available here.
Assessment Program Presentation
The Assessment Program - MS4 Permit Part V.B. presentation given on May 17, 2017 is available here.
Cycle 3 - Year 6 Joint Annual Report
The Cycle 3 - Year 6 Joint Annual Report is available for download here.
Assessment Program Presentation
The Assessment Program - MS4 Permit Part V.B. presentation given on April 19, 2017 is available here.
PBC Cycle 4 MS4 Permit Changes
The presentation given on September 21, 2016 by Alan Wertepny with Mock Roos is available for download here. The presentation shows the changes in the Palm Beach County Cycle 4 MS4 Permit.
FDEP issued the Palm Beach County 4th Cycle MS4 NPDES Permit. It is available for download here.
Florida Stormwater Association (FSA) Presentation from June 15, 2016 on Regulatory and Association Updates - PBC NPDES Consortium
The Florida Stormwater Association (FSA) presentation on "Regulatory and Association Updates - PBC NPDES Consortium" from June 15, 2016 is available here.
MS4 Update Presentation
The "MS4 Update - Impaired Water for Lake Worth Lagoon - Palm Beach Coast Basin" presentation given by Alan Wertepny of Mock Roos on April 20, 2016 is available here.
4th Year Annual Report Comments - Common Errors
The October 21, 2015 presentation given by Mock Roos is available to download here.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Phase I Audit Presentation to the Steering Committee on June 8, 2015 is available here.
The Draft of Application with recommended changes to the Permit is available here.
Draft Joint Annual Report
A Draft Joint Annual Report is availabe here for review and comments.
Proposed WOTUS Letter to the EPA
The Steering Committee's September 15, 2014 letter to the EPA on proposed Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule is available here.
Palm Beach County: Responding to a Changing Climate
The September 17, 2014 presentation "Palm Beach County: Responding to a Changing Climate" is available here.
FDEP Presentation from May 21, 2014
The presentation given on May 21, 2014 by FDEP is available for download here.
Florida Stormwater Association Courses
FSA has several upcoming training courses. A schedule of these events is available on the FSA website.
Level 1 Certified Operator Class
Level 2 Certified Operator Class
PBC MS4 Water Quality Monitoring and Pollutant Loading Analysis Presentation
The "Palm Beach County MS4 Water Quality Monitoring and Pollutant Loading Analysis" presentation given on February 19, 2014 is available here.
2012-2013 Draft Joint Report - Year 3
FSA Announced a Level 2 Stormwater Operator Certification
Location: SFWMD (West Palm Beach) 3301 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406
March 25-26, 2014
FSA' Stormwater Operator Level 2 Certification course is intended to familiarize senior-level foreman, managers and supervisors with the tools necessary to effectively implement your organization's goals and objectives. The curriculum includes leadership skills and communication, proper design of stormwater management systems, permitting requirements, budgeting and stormwater utility fees. Want to know more about Level 2 Certification? Visit the FSA Training Center website for course schedules, agendas, fees and more!
UF/Palm Beach County Cooperative Extension Service Training
Beginning on January 1, 2014, all commercial fertilizer applicators will be required to hold a Limited Certification for Urban Fertilizer Applicators. The prerequisite of this license is the successful completion of the Green Industry Best Management Practices, or GI-BMP program. GI-BMPs teach safe landscaping practices that protect the environment, including our ground and surface waters. The University of Florida/IFAS Florida Friendly Landscaping program presents GI-BMP training programs throughout the state. A list of training events is available on the UF/IFAS Florida Friendly Landscaping website.
More information is available on the Florida-Friendly Landscaping website.
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