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Measure Overview

# Objective Strategic Plan Goal Business Strategy

Track and monitor wastewater permit compliance enforcement effort (#)

Community Health Increased Effectiveness

Action Steps

  1. Identify unpermitted system locations list
  2. Three contacts with owners (if needed)
  3. Permit, deferment, or refer to legal

Why is this measure important?

To minimize groundwater contamination. Higher likelihood that an unpermitted system isn’t functioning as well as a permitted system.

Where does the data come from?

Tracking spreadsheet - for stat, contacts, and resolution of permit

How is the measure calculated?

Count number of permits brought into compliance

Who to contact if you have questions?

Glenn DeGuzman

Additional Information

Consists of combined unpermitted system campaign, evaluation of aging systems, and resolution of permit compliance found during building and zoning permit review.  Does not include response/action to complaints unless permit actions are required. 

FY19 Q2 - 300 additional letters being sent this quarter. Unexpected delay in return of staff, and holding off of enforcement letters during holiday season.
FY19 Q4 - 2. The 4th quarter result for unpermitted wastewater also includes the annual total for other systems that were “brought into compliance”, whether through the unpermitted campaign or other enforcement efforts or mechanisms.   This is a fair measure, as the purpose of the measure is to demonstrate progress in septic system enforcement and maintenance as required by the MS4 permit.


FY19 Target


# resolved

FY20 Target


# resolved

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