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cityTier A Municipal Stormwater Permit

The Tier A Municipal Stormwater General Permit authorizes the discharge of stormwater from small municipal separate storm sewers.  The permit was issued in response to USEPA’s phase II rules.  Tier A municipalities are generally located within the more densely populated regions of the state or along or near the coast. The Tier A permit addresses stormwater quality issues related to both new and existing development.

Related Documents, Publications and Forms

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arrow Tier A Municipal Stormwater General Permit - Existing Permittees (pdf, 158Kb)
Permit
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arrow 2004 Tier A Guidance Document
Guidance
arrow Tier A Sample Plans and Model Ordinances
Guidance
 
arrow Tier A Additional Resources and Guidance Materials
Guidance
 
arrow TMDL Look-Up Tool
Guidance
 

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arrow NJDEP Online Portal   html  
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arrow Tier A Annual Report Tutorial
Tutorial
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arrow MS4 Tier A Annual Report – 2015 Supplemental Questionnaire
Form
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