Submit your SWPPP, Notice of Intent, and Construction Site Notice when applying for your Land Disturbance Permit on the City of Sugar Land CSS page.
All applicants for coverage under the Construction General Permit are required to have a SWPPP developed and implemented in accordance with the permit prior to submitting the NOI or posting the site notice.
Guidance on SWPPP development and the implementation of appropriate BMPs and other compliance tools is available from TCEQ Small Business and Local Government Assistance
The Stormwater Management Program is responsible for ensuring that operators of construction activities in the City of Sugar Land have obtained coverage under the construction general permit and are operating in compliance with the requirements detailed in the Construction General Permit.
As a regulatory agency, the City of Sugar Land has the authority to ensure compliance from construction sites that are regulated by the EPA and the TCEQ. This program is a required element of the City's own TPDES Permit to discharge stormwater from the municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4).
Download a City of Sugar Land Inspection Guide