Programs

Documents

Drainage Design Manual
File application/x-troff-ms 2015 EPA Audit Report for CDOT MS4 Permit Programs
Chief Engineer's Memo concerning EPA Audit
Construction Bulletin - EPA Audit
File SWMP Notebook Tabs
The CDOT SWMP notebook tabs have been updated to meet the 208-Erosion Control standard special provisions issued 3/22/16. Printed copies of the tabs are available from Hydrologic Resources and Ecological Design Unit. Use this link to view the latest tabs.
File Troff document CDOT MS4 Permit
File CDOT MS4 Permit Fact Sheet 1
File Troff document CDOT MS4 Permit Fact Sheet 2
File CDOT MS4 Permit Mod2
File CDOT MS4 Permit Fact Sheet Mod2
File CDOT MS4 Permit Mod3
File CDOT MS4 Permit Fact Sheet Mod3
File PDF document CDOT MS4 Illicit Discharges Program Description Document
File PDF document CDOT MS4 Construction Program Program Description
File PDF document CDOT Pocket Guide (Revised Dec. 2011)
Erosion Control & Stormwater Quality Guide (Revised Chapter 5 EC 5&6 July 2014)
Listed by Chapter in PDF Format
New Development & Redevelopment Program
File Office Word 2007 XML document NDRD Final Form V2
File PDF document NDRD Final Form Directions V2
File PDF document NDRD Interim Program Guidance project category and funding flow charts
File text/texmacs Utility Permits and Access Permits brochure
File PDF document CDOT Consent Order
File application/x-maker SWMP Notebook
File RealAudio broadcast Contractor Erosion Control Compliance Program
File application/ms-powerpoint BMP Training Facility
File Troff document PWQ Cost Estimate and Expenditure Tracking Sheet
File Spreadsheet for Treatment Area and Cost Tables
File PDF document B 1 PPGH PDD.pdf
File PDF document B 2 PPGH IP.pdf
File PDF document C 1 PEO PDD.pdf
File PDF document C 2 PEO IP.pdf
File PDF document D 1 Industrial PDD.pdf
File PDF document D 2 Environmental Clearances Info Summary (May '16).pdf
File Office Word 2007 XML document 2017 3-1 PET Form Directions V1.docx
File Office Word 2007 XML document 2017 3-1 PET Form Final V1.docx
File PDF document 2017 3-1 PWQ Program Manual Final v1.pdf
File PDF document 2017 3-1 PWQ Section of DDM Final v1.pdf
File PDF document 2017 3-1 Design Plan Checklists.pdf
File PDF document 2017 3-1 Final Water Quality Report Outline.pdf
File PDF document 2017 3-1 PWQ Approval Protocols.pdf
File PDF document 2017 3-1 PWQ DDM Appendix A.pdf
File PDF document CDOT Drainage Design Manual Water Quality Section
File PDF document CDOT Permanent Water Quality Program Manual
File Office Word 2007 XML document PWQ Evaluation and Tracking Form
File PDF document PWQ Evaluation and Tracking Form Directions
Illicit Discharge Program
CDOT seeks to detect and eliminate all illegal discharges. An illegal discharge, often called an illicit discharge, is a discharge to CDOT's storm drain system that could cause pollution. Common pollutants include oil and grease, fertilizers and pesticides, grass clippings and leaves, and any substances that have a "funny" smell or color. CDOT has also developed wallet and visor cards for CDOT employees. The Illicit Discharges Program brochure provides more information.
File PDF document Illicit Discharge Program Implementation Schedule 2017-2018
File PDF document Draft Construction Program Implementation Schedule
File PDF document Final Wet Weather Monitoring PDD
File Office Excel 2007 XML workbook AWQMS Monitoring Location Template
File Office Excel 2007 XML workbook AWQMS Data Elements Template
File PDF document Permanent Water Quality Standard Operating Procedures.pdf
File PDF document Permanent Water Quality Program Description Document.pdf
Contact Us
  • Jean Cordova
    Water Quality Section Manager
    303-512-4053


     
  • Rachel Hansgen
    Water Quality Specialist
    303-757-9975


  • Bob McDade
    Water Quality Specialist
    303-757-9127


  • Tripp Minges
    CDPHE Liaison
    303-757-9788


  • Jeremiah Unger
    Water Quality Specialist
    303-757-9497


Report an Illegal Discharge
  • Hotline: 303-512-4H2O

  • Illegal discharges (aka, illicit discharges) emit into CDOT's storm drain system pollutants (e.g., oil, grease, fertilizers, pesticides, grass clippings, leaves, or odd smelling/colored substances).

    Learn more.
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