NPDES Renewal

Erosion Control Workshop

Now announcing the 2023 Erosion Control Workshop starting February 7th at 12 pm. Earn up to seven Continuing Education Units. 

This workshop is an annual event for contractors, consultants, developers, engineers, and municipalities to learn key environmental regulations for land development and best management practices for erosion control and stormwater

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NPDES Renewal

Issued General or Individual NPDES Permits are valid until December 7, 2024. If more time is necessary to complete the project through stabilization and submission of a Notice of Termination, permittees are required to renew the permit before the permit expires. Permit renewal applications should be submitted 180 days before the expiration date. Please note a renewal is appropriate when no changes have been made to the approved E&S or PCSM drawings. If changes are proposed, a Minor or Major Amendment is likely needed.

Please carefully read Table 1 of the PAG-02 NOI Checklist. A renewal application for a NPDES permit that does not include any proposed changes must include: 

  • Updated NOI, complete these sections: General Information, Applicant Information, Eligibility Information, Compliance History and the Certification for PAG-02  
  • Letter from Permittee specifying that the previously approved E&S and PCSM Plans have not changed 
  • Description of work completed and still remaining under the permit, and verification that the permittee remains eligible for coverage under the General Permit (if applicable) 

A submission for renewing a NPDES construction stormwater permit should be submitted at least 180 days prior to the permit expiring. 

Renewals for General NPDES permits require a $500 administrative filing fee payable to ACCD Clean Water Fund (CWF). Individual NPDES permit renewals require a $1,500 administrative filing fee payable to ACCD CWF. 

Additionally, a review fee of $500 is assessed for permits submitted greater than 180 days from expiration, and a review fee of $1,500 is assessed for permits submitted less than 180 days from expiration. 

All fees are nonrefundable.

Submit an Application

Please use the form below to submit NPDES Renewals. 

Individual NPDES Renewal
General NPDES Renewal


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