Programs

Documents

File PDF documentCDOT Pocket Guide (Revised Dec. 2011)
File application/ms-wordCDOT MS4 Permit
File application/ms-wordMS4 Permit Rationale
Drainage Design Manual
Listed by Chapter in PDF Format
Erosion Control & Stormwater Quality Guide (Revised Chapter 5 EC 5&6 July 2014)
Listed by Chapter in PDF Format
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.
New Development & Redevelopment Program
MS4 Program Area Maps
These files are large and will take several minutes to download.
File text/texmacsUtility Permits and Access Permits brochure
File PDF documentCDOT Consent Order
File101wqc.doc
File application/x-makerSWMP Notebook
File RealAudio broadcastContractor Erosion Control Compliance Program
File Office Word 2007 XML documentNew WQ Specs
File application/ms-powerpointBMP Training Facility
File RealAudio broadcastCDPHE Memo Approving NDRD Program
FileCDPHE Update to NDRD Approval 01-08-15
FileNDRD Interim Program Guidance 03-13-15
FileMPC Application Form 03-13-15
FileMPC CDOT Advertised Application Guidance
FileMPC Local Agency Advertised Application Guidance
FileExample Application Package
FileMPC Treatment Area and Cost Estimate Table
Contact Information

Rick Willard, 303-757-9343
Richard.Willard@state.co.us
Water Quality Unit Work Leader

Bob McDade (303) 757-9127
Robert.McDade@state.co.us
Water Quality Specialist

Tripp Minges, 303-757-9788
Tripp.Minges@state.co.us
Water Quality Specialist

Amber Williams, 303-757-9814

Water Quality Specialist

Jean Cordova, 303-692-3570
Jean.Cordova@state.co.us
CDPHE Liaison

Rozellynn Hall, 303-757-9975
Rozellynn.Hall@state.co.us
Hydrologic Resources Specialist

Kimberley Richardson, 303-757-9497
Kimberley.Richardson@state.co.us
Water Quality Administrative Assistant

Illegal Discharge

To report an illegal discharge, please call 303-512-4H2O

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. Click here for more information.

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