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LOUIS COUNTY PHASE II STORMWATER MANAGEMENT P A ruary 25, 2022 ICIT DISCHAR DETECTION CONTROLS PREVENTION THIRD TERM PERMIT 2017-2021 2021 ANNUAL REPORT TABLE OF CONTENTS MDNR Stormwater Management Plan Report 1 Third Term SWMP Completion Addendum Report and COVID-19 Statement 4 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part C Progress and Compliance 6 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part D Water Samples Analysis 36 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part E ARAP Submittal Status 150 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part E ARAP Implementation Status 151 Appendix BMP 2 203 Appendix BMP 4 204 Appendix BMP 5 205 Appendix BMP 7 208 Appendix BMP 8 226 Appendix BMP 11 227 Appendix BMP 12 229 Appendix BMP 14 237 Appendix BMP 15 240 Appendix BMP 21 243 Appendix BMP 26 248 Appendix BMP 24 250 Appendix BMP 25 251 Appendix BMP 35 252 Appendix BMP 45 253 Appendix BMP 46 256 Appendix BMP 47a 259 Appendix BMP 47b and 50 263 Appendix BMP 48 265 Appendix BMP 49 268 Appendix BMP 50 305 Appendix BMP 51 307 Appendix BMP 57a 310 Appendix BMP 59 313 Appendix BMP 61 315 Appendix BMP 63 320 Appendix BMP 64 322 Appendix Contacts 325 SYSTEM (MS4) REPORT FOR OFFICE USE ONLY MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES ^^~ WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM PROJECT ID NUMBER MUNICIPAL SEPARATE STORM SEWER STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN DATE RECEIVED Part A— MS4 PERMIT HOLDER INFORMATION 1 MS4 NAME MSD, as coordinating authority for 61 co-permittees 2. NPDES PERMIT NUMBER MOR040005 3. MS4 UNIQUE ID NO. 4 ADDRESS 10 East Grand Avenue 5 CITY St. Louis 6. STATE MO 7 ZkP CODE 63147 6. TELEPHONE NUMBER WITH AREA CODE 314-436-8714 9 EMAIL jtpete@stImsd.com 10 NAME OF MS4 CONTACT PERSON Jason Peterein 11. Have any areas of the MS4 been added or removed from most recent permit application (renewal, new, modification), the MS4 jurisdiction due to annexation or other legal means since the or most recent MS4 stormwater management plan report? an attachment. ■Yes !I No If yes, please include a map along with a brief description as Part B — REPORTING PERIOD 1. Is your MS4 subject to a TMDL? ® Yes 0 No If yes, you are required to submit the MS4 report annually. Reports are due Feb. 28 each year. For the first reporting period, the beginning date will be June 13, 2016, and the ending date will be Dec. 31, 2016. Ali other annual reports shall cover the reporting period of Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 each year. 2. Is your MS4 new permitted (i.e., is this your first MS4 permit)? ®No you are required to submit the MS4 stormwater management plan report annually. Reports are due Feb. 28 each year, For the period, the beginning date will be the date of issuance of the permit and the ending date will be Dec. 31, 2016. All other reports shall cover the reporting period of Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 each year. ■ Yes If yes, first reporting annual 3. Is your MS4 a previously permitted MS4 and not subject to a TMDL? plan report biennially (i.e., once every two years). Reports are 2017, and will cover the reporting period from June 13, 2016, to of Jan. 1 of the first year to Dec. 31 of the second year. ■Yes /No If yes, you are required to submit the MS4 stormwater management due Feb. 28 every odd year. The first report will be due February Dec. 31, 2016. All other reports shall cover the reporting period 4. If you are part of a co -permitted MS4 permit, submit combined MS4 stormwater management plan reports, and one or more of the co -permitted MS4s have annual reporting based on the above criteria, then submit your MS4 stormwater management plan report annually by Feb. 28 of each year. IF you are part of a co -permitted MS4 permit and do not submit combined MS4 stormwater management plan report, then each MS4 co-permittee will submit their MS4 stormwater management plan report based on the above criteria. 5. Reporting Period: BEGINNING: January 1, 2021 ENDING:December31, 2021 -1646 (10-16) 1 Part C — STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN REPORT PROGRESS AND COMPLIANCE As an attachment, please provide information for each of the items below. Provide informative data, success stories, and experiences that support the successful implementation of your stormwater management plan report. 1. Describe the status of compliance with permit conditions for the permitted MS4. 2. Provide information regarding the progress toward achieving the statutory goal of reducing the discharge of pollutants to the maximum extent practicable to the MS4. 3. If another governmental entity implements any best management practice or minimum control measure, please provide the following: a. Name of the government entity; b. Name of the primary contact for the government entity; c. Contact information (i.e., address, city, ZIP code, state, and phone number); and d. Specific best management practices or minimum control measures being implemented by the government entity. It is the responsibility of the permittee to provide all information under this report regardless if best management practices or minimum control measures are being implemented by another governmental entity. If a complete minimum control measure is being implemented by an alternative governmental entity, then only indicate the best management practice under the minimum control measure. 4. Provide a summary of any stormwater activities and known construction activities that will be covered under the authority of the MS4 permit that are scheduled to begin during the next reporting period. 5. Provide a description of any changes to the stormwater management plan report, best management practices, measurable goals, and the iterative process that have occurred during the covered reporting period. 5. Provide a list of best management practices that were evaluated during the covered reporting period, and provide information on how the best management practice was determined effective. a. If any of the best management practices were determined to be ineffective, provide a summary on how the ineffective best management practice was resolved. 7, If any water samples were collected and analyzed during the covered reporting period by the permitted MS4 or on behalf of the permitted MS4, please complete Part D —Water Sample(s) Analysis. Part D — WATER SAMPLES) ANALYSIS PARAMETER OR INDICATOR FREQUENCY RESULT DRY WEATHER SAMPLE? WET WEATHER SAMPLE? Refer to 2021 Annual Report r—i ..“ r—i ♦I Ti 1,MSD samples normally do not indicate weather conditions. [ [ Yes L_( No U Yes U No ❑ Yes ■ No ■ Yes ■ No ■ Ye,. s ❑ No ❑ Yes ❑ No ■ Yes ■ No ■ Yes ■ No ❑ Yes ❑ No ■ Yes U No Yes ❑ No U Yes No 1. Are any of the parameters being sampled due to the MS4 being subject to an established or approved Total Maximum Daily Load? p Yes ❑ No If yes, please indicate the parameter/pollutant. E-Coli 2. Does the data support water quality attainment or support trend data toward water quality attainment? decreasing salt application rates that were generally consistent with the previous This continues to correlate with the decreasing trend in chloride concentrations in several approval of the 2020 303(d) list continues to affirm the following: Kiefer Creek was water quality standard, Williams Creek and the entire St, Louis segment of the Mississippi Little Antire Creek was delisted for E.coli WBC. TMDL ARAP activities to address E.coli in the Fishpot Creek watershed and in 2021, in the Creve Coeur Creek watershed. While annual geometric mean E.coli counts in these two watersheds have generally shown a as a result of the synergistic effects of the SWMP and TMDL ARAPs. !A Yes ❑ No If yes, please describe. In 2021, co-permittees continued to demonstrate four years of this third term permit cycle. streams, As of the date of this report, EPA's delisted based upon meeting the chloride River was delisted for E.coli SCR, and bacteria impairments commenced in 2019 these efforts are still in their infancy, the decreasing trend during this permit cycle • 2 Part E — TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOAD (TMDL) ASSUMPTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ATTAINMENT PLAN 1. Is your MS4 subject to an established or approved TMDL? If no, please indicate of the TMDL Assumptions and Requirements Attainment Plan portion of this report. "No" below and do not complete any other portion PI Yes ■ No 2. Has your TMDL Assumptions and Requirements Attainment Plan been completed as an attachment on the progress toward submitting and implementing the TMDL and submitted? If no, please provide a summary Assumptions and Requirements Attainment Plan. !4 Yes ■ No 3. Has your TMDL Assumptions and Requirements Attainment Plan received approval summary of the status of the plan and include implementation status of identified along with any changes to best management practices or measurable goals (if applicable).. from the department? If yes, please provided a best management practices and measurable goals !/ Yes ❑ No 4. Does the TMDL Assumptions and Requirements Attainment Plan incorporate summary of the status of the Integrated Plan. Integrated Planning? If yes, please provide a ■ Yes No PART F — SUBMIT REPORT TO: Missouri Department of Natural Resources Water Protection Program MS4 Program Coordinator P.O. Box 176 Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176 PART G - CERTIFICATION I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations. SIGNATURE OR PERMITTEE )LE9ALt PONSIBLE PERSON) 2-- 1 DATE SIGNED February 25, 2022 NAME )PRINTED OR TYPED) Jason Peterein TITLE Program Manager - Env. Compliance Programs 3 Third Term SWMP Completion Addendum Report MSD, as coordinating authority of the SWMP, is reporting on the 2021, last year, of the third term permit SWMP BMPs. To supplement this report, MSD is providing a separate document titled St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Management Plan Third Term Permit BMP Evaluation Report, dated May 2021. This evaluation report was completed to assess the performance of the third term SWMP BMPs and also to develop the fourth term SWMP as part of the iterative process. MDNR approved the fourth term SWMP and issued the fourth term permit in August and November respectively in 2021. For continuity, the following Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance tables references the fourth term permit SWMP BMP numbers. Third Term SWMP 2017 — 2021 BMP number Fourth Term SWMP 2021— 2026 BMP number 3rd Term SWMP MCM a V 3rd Term BMP 4 4th Term MP BMP Description P BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 MCMMCM 1 1 Query MSD Environmental Compliance Pretreatment 1 Information Management System for active industrial entities. Maintain list of industrial entities who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co- permittees with a list of industrial stormweter sources. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. 4 COVI D-19 COVID-19 continued to be a challenge for the first quarter and the initial part of the second quarter of 2021. During these periods many of the event and gathering restrictions that were in place for much of 2020 in both St. Louis County and City remained in effect. While the second and third quarters showed some relief as COVID cases started to decline, St. Louis was impacted by the Omicron surge that occurred during the final quarter of 2021. As a result certain MCM 1 and MCM 2 BMPs geared towards schools, trade shows, sporting events, and other social gatherings weathered some challenges that were not experienced in years past. Instances where COVID had an impact on BMP metrics in 2021 are noted in part C where applicable. In many cases, where a 2021 metric for a BMP may have fallen short of its goal, the performance exceedances in previous years of the permit term helped compensate for COVID impacts experienced in 2020 and 2021. Thus the Stormwater Management Plan, and the efforts of the co-permittees and partners demonstrated a high level of resiliancy to overcome these impacts due to the pandemic. MSD notified the co-permittees guidance on complying with their SWMP responsible BMPs based on helpful information provided by MDNR. MSD emailed the following information from MDNR in emails dated April 1, May 28, August 30, and November 3, 2021, From: C NL.MS4 95 I dnr.ma.pev> Sprit: Wednesday, March 25.2020 3.08 PM Subject: Ms and the pandemic Hello all, We are reaching out to you all in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and how it may be affecting your Storrnwater Management Programs. We encourage you to review the Department's statement on regulatory relief, which is located at the following Department web site: http.s.fJdnr.rno.govfdocsJ2020-0.3-24-reperests-for-regLAiatory- relief-due-to-cwvid-19-impar_ts,,pdf. If you have M54 specific questions about this, do not hesitate to contact us at MS4f ?cknr,n1o.Rov. Thank you all and stay safe, DNR MS4 Pros ram Tea[11 m•ah ''right-Ahoir, MS4 Perirrmr Coordinator Erin Hei4o1ph. MS4 Compliance Coordinator MS4 r 1ri'.n c,.2ov 5 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 1 1 Query MSD Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System for active industrial entities. Maintain list of active industrial entities who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co permittees with a list of industrial stormwater sources. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. MSD distributed a list to the co-permittees in an email dated December 27, 2021. Please contact MSD for a copy of the list. MCM 1 2 2 Query MSD Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System for approved commercial haul -waste vendors. Maintain list of active commercial individual waste haulers who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co- permittees with a list of waste haulers. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. MSD distributed a list to the co-permittees in an email dated December 27, 2021. The list shows regional waste haulers approved by MSD that could pick-up and transport industrial wastewater (e.g., remediation waste) and domestic wastewater (e.g., grease trap, septic tank) within the Plan Area. See Appendix 2 for list of haulers MCM 1 3 3 Query MSD Asset Management System for list of active food service and restaurant establishment facilities. Maintain list of active food service and restaurant establishments who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co - permittees with a list of food service and restaurant establishments. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. MSD distributed a list of active locations to the co-permittees in an email dated December 27, 2021. Contact MSD for a copy of the list. MCM 1 4 4 Survey trade associations (such as Home Builders Association, Associated General Contractors, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Property Managers) involved with land disturbance, land development, and property management activities. Maintain list of trade associations with members that could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co- permittees with list of trade associations. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. MSD distributed a list to the co-permittees in an email dated December 27, 2021. The list shows regional trade associations that may have members in the Plan Area with activities that could impact stormwater. See Appendix 4 for list of trade associations. 6 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 5 5 Query municipal building permit databases for active major land disturbance contractors. Maintain list of contractors that could have a significant stormwater impact. All Provide co- permittees with a list of contractors who are currently engaged in major land disturbance activities. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. MSD distributed a list to the co-permittees in an email dated December 27, 2021. The list shows a summary of active major land disturbance contractors reported by copermittees in their 2020 annual report. See Appendix 5 for list of 2021 contractors. MCM 1 6 6 Collect stormwater education survey. Develop a baseline of water quality and nonpoint source pollution awareness and behaviors, and identify target audiences for future SWMP revisions. MSD Develop a baseline of public water quality awareness in service area. Complete third party survey, record and analyze findings. Awareness baseline developed. This BMP was completed and reported on in 2020 to provide data for the effectiveness evaluation review of the Stormwater Management Plan and development of the Fourth Term Permit Stormwater Management Plan. MCM 1 7 7 Develop database of all K-12 public and private school districts in plan area. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Maintain a comprehensive database of schools and contacts, which could be information outlets. Maintain database of schools and designated contacts. Database developed. Track schools providing stormwater education. The database was updated in 2021. There are currently: 459 schools, including 26 school districts, 18 charter school organizations, and a variety of independent/private schools listed in the database. The database does not contain a full listing of independent religious schools in the area as there is no comprehensive list or network to pull from for entry into database. We will continue to work on filling in this missing information in 2022. See Appendix 7 for list of schools in the database. 7 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 8 8 Develop and distribute stormwater messages for MSD bills and websites. Topics would include littering, pet waste, yard management (including nutrient application), individual sewage disposal systems, winter deicing, swimming pools, and household hazardous waste. Reach plan area customers with concise messages on MSD bills and websites. MSD Greater awareness of best practices to protect water quality. Distribute messages on MSD bills and websites. Record number of MSD bills mailed and website pages views/hits. Message library developed and representative copies of bills filed. Track number of bills sent with messages. Track number of website page hits and views. MSD has 16 stormwater messages suitable for MSD residential bills, MSD commercial bills, and the MSD rolling website banner, as applicable. Topics include littering, pet waste, yard management (including nutrient application), individual sewage disposal systems, winter deicing, swimming pools, and household hazardous waste. See Appendix 8 for list of messages. The following 2021 bills were sent with messages: - 347,438 residential and commercial bills with winter deicing message in January - 35,538 commercial bills with littering message in April - 311,900 residential bills with household hazardous waste message in April - 35,538 commercial bills with littering message in May - 311,900 residential bills with picking up pet waste message in June St. Louis County reported " a bump in participation" at the household hazardous waste drop-off facilities under BMP 18 after the April household hazardous waste message went out. The number of 2021 page hits related to banner messages follows: - Don't' Be a Litter Bug and Volunteer to Clean Up: 388 total hits clean-up event page - Don't be a Party Pooper: 200 pet waste page views - Only Rain to the Storm Drain: 273 yard waste page views - Septic Smart Homeowners: 696 septic tank page views - Safely Drain Your Pool: 454 pool page page views MCM 1 9 9 Maintain and provide library of stormwater education materials. Provide brochures, flyers, and other media that can be used at public events and upon request. MSD Provide education to various audiences. Maintain adequate supply of existing educational materials that address general awareness and pollutant sources in the SWMP for target audiences, individuals, and households. Materials developed and available for distribution. As of December 31, 2021, MSD has the following 16 educational materials developed and available for distribution: 1. Only Rain to the Storm Drain pencil 2. Help Erase Pollution From Our Waters eraser 3. Only Rain to the Storm Drain magnet 4. Only Rain to the Storm Drain key chain 5. A Homeowner's Guide To Keeping Pollutants Out Of Stormwater brochure 6. You can Make A Difference Protecting Our Waterways brochure 7. Household Hazardous Waste brochure (St. Louis County Partnership) 8. Pet Waste brochure 9. Yard Waste And Our Environment brochure (contains information on waste and nutrient containing chemicals management) 10. Homeowner's Guide to Septic System Maintenance brochure 11. Clean Water Best Management Practices bookmark 12. Commercial Parking Lots Winter Maintenance flyer 13. A Guide To Help Businesses Keep Pollutants Out Of Our Creeks brochure 14. Illicit Stormwater Discharges brochure 15. Fat, Oil, and Grease brochure 16. City Working Together to Manage Stormwater brochure 8 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Descrip®on BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evalua®on Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Informa®on Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 10 10 Provide presenta®ons and educa® materials to families and homeowners. Foster nonpoint source pollu®on and water quality awareness in communit Y� MSD Increase awareness and posi®ve behavior change. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis County Animal Control quarterly. St. Louis Animal Control distributes pet waste brochures during adop®ons. Track number of brochures provided to St. Louis County Animal Control. MSD provided St. Louis County Animal Control a total of 800 MSD Pet Waste brochures in leers dated February 11, 2021, May 10, 2021, July 15, 2021, and October 4, 2021. Increase awareness andonal posi®ve behavior change. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis humane society quarterly. Humane Society distributes pet waste brochures during adop®ons. Track number of brochures provided to St. Louis Humane Society. MSD provided the St. Louis Humane Society a total of 900 MSD Pet Waste brochures in leers dated February 11, 2021, May 10, 2021, July 15, 2021, and October 4, 2021. Increase awareness and posi®ve behavior change. Partner with environmental organiza®on (such as the Missouri Botanical Garden Earthways Center) to offer at least two educa®on events on stormwater management. Record class a®endance. Classes completed and a®endance tracked (star®ng in year 2). The Missouri Botanical Garden Earthways Center completed the following classes, consis®ng of a mix of virtual and small, in -person, outdoor programs: - April 8 at the Missouri Botanical Garden, a®ended by 7 people. - July 24 at the Perennial DIY Rain Barrel event a®ended by 6 people. - September 14 at the Perennial DIY Rain Barrel event a®ended by 6 people. - October 6 at the Missouri Botanical Garden, a®ended by 6 people. MSD also partnered with the Partners for Nave Nave Landscaping (h®ps://partnersforna®velandscaping.stlouisaudubon.org/home) comple®ng a one -hour live rainscaping with nave plants virtual webinar on April 26 a®ended by 173 people. The webinar was also viewed 326 Ernes on social media YouTube in 2021. 9 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 10 10 Provide presentations and educational materials to families and homeowners. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Partner with environmental organization (such as St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home) to: 1) support distribution of education material and 2) provide stormwater management education to landowners. Record education material distributed. Education completed. Track type and number of material distributed. MSD's A Homeowner's Guide To Keeping Pollutants Out Of Stormwater brochure, You can Make A Difference Protecting Our Waterways brochure, and Yard Waste brochure were made available on the St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home Program on-line toolbox. Bring Conservation Home provides assistance to small private landowners for restoration of native plants and animal habitat on their grounds. The Bring Conservation Home website is located at http://stlouisaudubon.org/conservation/BCH/index.php. Bring Conservation Home Habitat Advisors completed 138 habitat consultations and 36 certification visits in 2021. Rain gardens were recommended for 40% of consults for a total of 54. Bring Conservation Home leadership reported in 2021 it will emphasize raingardens as part of future training and a new checklist for site visits, in an effort to increase rain garden recommendations and installations. MCM1 11 11 Post pet waste signs in parks. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. St. Louis County and Municipalities Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Post pet waste signs in each city and St. Louis County owned park. Record and report on number of pet waste signs posted. Track number of parks and posted pet waste signs. Co-permittees reported 602 pet waste signs are posted in 370 parks or green space. See appendix 11 for a summary of co-permittee reported signs and number of parks. MCM1 12 12 Maintain database of community partners with water pollution education interests. Know partners that can work with MSD to Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. See MCM 2 for utilization. MSD Provide participation opportunities, in MCM2, to individuals and groups. Update database of individuals, partners, and activities. Distribute activities list to individuals and groups. List updated, distributed (starting in year 2), and filed. See also material distribution, presentation, and MCM2 BMPs. The database was updated in 2021, adding two additional community partners. The database includes activities that partners may be most interested in based on MSD experience working with them in the past. MSD distributed the database and 2021 activity information to all the listed partners in an email dated September 23, 2021 highlighting the October 2021 River des Peres Trash Bash. MSD explained how inlet marking events and spreading out clean-up events are safe and successful activities during the covid-19 pandemic. See appendix 12 for list of partners. 10 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Descrip®on BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evalua®on Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Informa®on Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 13 13 Provide educa®onal materials to industrial Foster nonpoint source pollu®on and water quality awareness in community MSD Increase awareness and posiave behavior change. Provide educa®onal materials to industrial Material distribu®on completed. Track number of material distributed. A total of 909 fats, oils, and grease brochures were distributed during MSD rou®ne food service and restaurant establishment inspec®ons. A total of 654 illicit stormwater discharge brochures were distributed during MSD rou®ne industrial user inspec®ons. MSD distributed Homeowner's Guide to Sep®c System Maintenance, A Guide To Help Businesses Keep en►r4 es and waste haulers. Distribute fats, oils, and grease brochure at MSD food service and restaurant establishment inspecElons. Distribute IDD brochure at MSD, pretreatment inspec®ons. Record number of material distributed. en.�►:�es, waste haulers, and food service and restaurant establishments. Pollutants Out Of Our Creeks, and Illicit Stormwater Discharges brochures to the 39 MSD approved haulers in a leer dated December 22, 2021. MCM 1 14 14 Provide presenta®ons and educa®onal materials to trade associa®ons, schools, and watershed groups Foster nonpoint source pollu®on and water quality awareness in community MSD Increase awareness and posiElve behavior change within trade associa®ons that is topical to their industry. Permi®ee group will offer one meeang with trade associa®ons. Record materials distributed Meelags (star®ng in year 2) completed. Track number of mee®ngs and material distributed. Records saved in MSD files. MSD offered on-line virtual mee®ngs (due to covid-19) and provided BMP resources to the following trade associa®ons in an email December 9, 2021. - Associated General Contractors, St. Louis Chapter - Building Owners and Managers Associallon of Metropolitan St. Louis - Concrete Council of St. Louis - Landscape & Nursery Associa®on of Greater St. Louis - Missouri Restaurant Associa®on, St. Louis Chapter - SITE Improvement Associa®on - St. Louis Area Hotel Associa®on - St. Louis Auto Dealers Associa®on - St. Louis Food Truck Associa®on (STLFTA) In addi®on, MSD presented on the SWMP and TMDLs at an American Public Works Associallon St. Louis Chapter on-line virtual presenta®on on January 28, 2021. See appendix 4 for list of trade associalNons with members that could have poten®al significant stormwater impact ac lvi®es. 11 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Descrip®on BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evalua®on Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Informa®on Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 14 14 Provide presenta®ons and educa®onal materials to trade associa®ons, schools, and watershed groups Foster nonpoint source pollu®on and water quality awareness in community All Increase awareness and posi®ve behavior change MSD will distribute educa®on material at a minimum 6 requested presenta®ons or informa®on booths. Record event material distributed and a®endance. All permi®ees that distribute material at events will report material distributed and es®mated a®endance. Events completed. Track number of events and material distributed. Records saved in copermi®ees files. Due to the con®nued covid-19 pandemic and restrict ons that were in place within St. Louis, event opportuni®es remained limited for 2021. As a result MSD completed 4 events distribu®ng 400 educa®onal materials to 571. people. While MSD reported 2 events under the annual target of 6 events in 2021, MSD exceeded the five-year permit term target of 30 events by comple®ng a total of 61 events 2017 through 2021. Twenty -Five (25) co-permi®ees reported ac®vi®es distribu®ng 37,243 educaElonal materials to 349,774 people. See Appendix 14 event details. MCM 1 15 15 Partner with community organizaElons to provide stormwater informa®on to a broad audience. Foster nonpoint source pollu®on and water quality awareness in community. MSD Increase awareness and posi®ve behavior change. Develop and distribute stormwater informa®on at a St. Louis area sports venue. Track type and number of material distributed. MSD partnered with St. Louis University on a radio and video educa®on campaign during Saint Louis Billikens basketball games in 2021. Public service announcements on winter deicing, pet waste, and fats/oils/grease best management pracElces made the following impressions. - Radio Spots: 1,260,000 Impressions - Videoboard Adver®sements: 572,868 impressions - TV Spots (Bally Sports Midwest): 395,000 impressions No onsite ac®vity was reported due to the continued covid-19 pandemic.restric®ons on public events that were sal in place within St. Louis during the basketball season. Increase awareness and posi®ve behavior change. Host Informa®on booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Earth Day in Forest Park. Track type and number of material distributed. Due to the con®nued covid-19 pandemic, the 2021 St. Louis Earth Day fes®val in Forest Park in -person event was cancelled. Instead, earthday 365 celebrated Earth Month in March 2021 and hosted several on-line virtual events at h®ps://earthday-365.org/virtual-programs/ and engaged with over 25 partner organiza®ons to create mul®ple opportuni®es for over 1,300 community members to personally take ac®on. Short presenta®ons about sustainability and pollu®on preven®on were included during the on-line ac®vi®es in March 2021. The earthday 365 website had about 25,000 page views during Earth Month. MSD co -sponsored with earthday 365 to distribute 430 Earth Day Celebra®on Kits containing over 20 items to help achieve sustainability goals, including keeping grease out of kitchen drains. The Kits were available for pickup at Earthday 365 office, various restaurants and a booth at the earthday 365 Green Curbside Hop on October 15 in St. Louis County. 12 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 15 15 Partner with community organizations to provide stormwater information to a broad audience. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Home and Garden Show. Track type and number of material distributed. MSD reserved an information booth at the four day St. Louis Home and Garden Show on March 18 through March 21, 2021. However, event organizers cancelled the event due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. In 2021, MSD reserved an information booth at the four day St. Louis Home and Garden Show scheduled on March 3 through March 6, 2022. As a note, the show is still scheduled to be open as of February 23, 2022. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area amusement or recreation venue. Track type and number of material distributed. MSD completed it's second year of a six year education campaign agreement with the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station Foundation Conservation and Education Center, located in St. Louis City, next to the Big Wheel amusement ride. In 2021, 179,124 people visited the Conservation and Education Center, and the following activities were completed: - The Get Involved! Action Kiosks interactive map screens (including all 3 kiosks) made the following impressions: 918 SCOOP YOUR (PET) POO 693 DON'T BE A LITTER BUG 1,300 COOL IT, CAN IT & TRASH IT 867 TAKE IT EASY ON THE SALT (winter deicing) 678 YARD WASTE MANAGEMENT 803 DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 1,076 RAINSCAPE YOUR PROPERTY! - Non point source pollution factoids on the to the "Conservation" tab of the Aquarium received 92 page views - The Rain Garden includes signs about how to create a rain garden at home and also a rain barrel. MSD is also featured on a decal on both entry doors of the Rain Garden (visible as you walk back into the Conservation and Education Center from the Garden). There is a QR Code linking to MSD's website. In July 2021, a MSD Rainscaping-themed pull-up banner was added near the entrance to the Rain Garden - The Aquarium Foundation features the following MSD education material at its Welcome Desk. A Homeowner's Guide To Keeping Pollutants Out Of Stormwater brochure You can Make A Difference Protecting Our Waterways brochure Household Hazardous Waste brochure (St. Louis County Partnership) Only Rain to the Storm Drain pencil Only Rain to the Storm Drain magnet See Appendix 15 for Aquarium messaging images 13 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 1 16 16 Develop and advertise videos to be utilized in social media platforms. Develop concise messages that can be used on MSD and partner social media platforms. MSD Provide education to broad audiences Provide or purchase minimum 10,000 spots per year. Record number of plays. Videos developed and track number of online plays. MSD retains the following public service announcement (PSA) 30 to 60 second videos that were produced by 2017 through 2021 - Fear the FOG (2021) - The FOG before Christmas (2020) - Household hazardous waste disposal BMPs (new 2019 PSA) - Keep Fats, Oils and Grease out of the drain (new 2019 PSA) - No dumping leaves on stream banks and BMPs (2018) - No dumping yard waste into stormwater inlets and BMPs (2018) - Residential winter deicing BMPs and using less salt (2018) - Pet waste BMPs (2017) MSD posted various PSAs seasonally in 2021 and all the PSAs can currently be viewed on MSD Facebook and YouTube. MSD social media video plays related to FOG, Household Hazardous Waste Disposal, Leaves BMPs, Yard Waste BMPs, Winter Deicing BMPs, and Pet Waste BMPs made a total of 110,342 impressions in 2021. MCM 2 17 24 Post SWMP on MSD's website for 30 days. Announce the SWMP is available to review, using e-mail and social media. Provide opportunity for input on the SWMP. MSD Comply with permit requirement for public notice. 4th term SWMP posted on MSD stormwater section and social media platforms for at least 10 days. SWMP e -mailed to stakeholders SWMP e -mailed and posted on MSD website/social media platforms. Record all comments to the SWMP. MSD advertised the public notice of the SWMP on the MSD Project Clear webpage (https://msdprojectclear.org/) 30 days, January 25, 2021 through February 25, 2021.. MSD also advertised the public notice period thru its social media outlets on Facebook and Twitter on January 25, 2021. MSD collected comments by submission through an email address posted on the public notice (ms4swmp@stlmsd.com) as well as a mail -in option with the address posted on the website, social media, and email communications. MSD compiled and responded to all comments submitted by the public within 30 days after the public comment period. Comments submitted by the public and the corresponding responses are retained by the MSD for at least 3 years. MSD emailed the following stakeholders the revised SWMP public notice on January 19: AARP, Alberici, American Planning Association St. Louis Metro Section, American Public Works Association Missouri Chapter, American Society of Civil Engineers St. Louis Section, Deer Creek Watershed Alliance, East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Great Rivers Greenway, Greenway Network, Inc, Green City Coalition, Home Builders Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri, League of Women Voters of St. Louis, Metropolitan Manufacturers' Association, Missouri American Water, Missouri Botanical Garden — Shaw, Missouri Botanical Garden — Earthways Center, Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Missouri Department of Conservation, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Transportation, Missouri Industrial Energy Consumers, Missouri River Relief Monarch - Chesterfield Levee District, NAIOP St. Louis Chapter, River Des Peres Watershed Coalition, Sierra Club, SITE Improvement Association, Spanish Lake Community Association, St. Louis Audubon Society, St. Louis County Municipal League, St. Louis County, St. Louis Earth Day, St. Louis Soil and Water Conservation District, The Open Space Council St. Louis, U.S. Green Building Council - Missouri Gateway Chapter, US Army Corp of Engineers, Lambert St. Louis Airport 14 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Descrip®on BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evalua®on Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Informa®on Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 2 18 25 Hold a mee®ng at MSD's office. Provide advance no®ce on MSD's website and by e-mail. Provide opportunity for input on the SWMP. MSD Comply with permit requirement for public mee®ng. 4th term SWMP public mee®ng no®ce posted on MSD stormwater sec®on at least 72 hours before mee®ng. SWMP mee®ng announcement posted on MSD website. File mee®ng minutes. MSD posted a February 25 revised SWMP open house public mee®ng invita®on on it's social media channels on January 25 and February 22. MSD held the public hearing for the proposed SWMP on February 25, 2021 from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. Due to the continued covid-19 pandemic, and associated restric®ons on public gatherings and events, the meeting was held virtually via ZOOM. MCM 2 19 n/a Maintain a list of outlets to provide informa®on. Send le er or e-mail invi®ng comment in advance of finalizing SWMP. Maintain contact with stakeholder organiza®ons and their leadership. MSD Provide educa®on and par®cipa®on opportuni®es to target audiences. Send a leer or e-mail to contacts on list, offering opportunity to comment on the 4th term SWMP. List developed and communica®on sent. MSD emailed the following stakeholders the revised SWMP public no®ce (see BMP 17) on January 19: AARP, Alberici, American Planning Associa®on St. Louis Metro Sec®on, American Public Works Associa®on Missouri Chapter, American Society of Civil Engineers St. Louis Sec®on, Deer Creek Watershed Alliance, East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Great Rivers Greenway, Greenway Network, Inc, Green City Coali®on, Home Builders Associa®on of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri, League of Women Voters of St. Louis, Metropolitan Manufacturers' Associa®on, Missouri American Water, Missouri Botanical Garden — Shaw, Missouri Botanical Garden — Earthways Center, Missouri Coali®on for the Environment, Missouri Department of Conserva®on, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Department of Transporta®on, Missouri Industrial Energy Consumers, Missouri River Relief Monarch - Chesterfield Levee District, NAIOP St. Louis Chapter, River Des Peres Watershed Coali®on, Sierra Club, SITE Improvement Associa®on, Spanish Lake Community Associa®on, St. Louis Audubon Society, St. Louis County Municipal League, St. Louis County, St. Louis Earth Day, St. Louis Soil and Water Conserva®on District, The Open Space Council St. Louis, U.S. Green Building Council - Missouri Gateway Chapter, US Army Corp of Engineers, Lambert St. Louis Airport MCM 2 20 26 Invite ci®zens to provide representa®on on the steering commi®ee, with goal of including 2 ci®zens on steering commi®ee Provide opportunity for input on the SWMP MSD Provide par®cipa®on opportuni®es to interested ci®zens None SWMP noafica®on opportuni®es developed. None 15 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM Participate 2 21 17 in at least one cleanup event annually. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. All Prevent disposal of wastes in waterways. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Co-permittee group will provide equipment, in -kind sponsorship, staff support, and/or financial sponsorship, for Confluence Trash Bash, River des Peres Trash Bash, and Operation Clean Stream. Record participation activity. Clean-ups completed. Track number of participants and waste amounts collected. Due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, MSD and partners carefully planned and very successfully completed safe and socially distanced week-long Confluence Trash Bash in April, week-long Operation Clean Stream in August and week- long River des Peres Trash Bash in October. These three events involved 1,355 volunteers in the Plan Area collecting and properly managing 18.3 tons of trash, nearly 2 tons of recycled metal, and 113 tires in the Plan Area. Appendix 21 contains a summary of the co-permittees' response to this BMP. Forty (40) co-permittees reported participating in a clean-up event. MCM 2 22 18 Continue to operate two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities. Provide safe and economical outlet for household hazardous waste disposal St. Louis County Prevent disposal of wastes in waterways. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Operate the two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities and record participation and the amount of household hazardous waste collected. Two locations remain open. Track number of participants and waste amounts collected. The Saint Louis County Department of Health operates two household hazardous waste collection depots located at 291 E. Hoffmeister, on the grounds of the MSD Lemay Wastewater Treatment Plant, and 4100 Seven Hills Drive. Residents can schedule appointments to drop-off residential household hazardous waste and learn more about recycling at the St. Louis Household Hazardous web site at www.hhwstl.com. Between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021, a total of 315 tons of waste from 7,226 residents was collected. MCM 2 23 19 Provide training to educators, watershed group members, and others on how to use the Enviroscape° watershed models. Engage citizen volunteers on how to educate students on sources of pollution and best practices, providing additional resources. MSD Provide additional resources/labor who can help with education on sources of stormwater pollution and best practices Provide or partner with environmental organization to provide an annual workshop on how to use the model. Classes completed and track attendance. Seven (7) educators attended Clean Water Educator training on February 17 and September 21, 2021. Due to the continued covid-19 pandemic, the February 17 training was hosted on-line. These training workshops were designed to help prepare educators from around the service area to use the EnviroScape° model in their classroom (and on-line virtually due to covid-19) and be more prepared to engage in stormwater/ water quality educational activities as a part of their curriculum. 16 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 A total number of 30 presentations were completed and recorded, reaching 1,127 individuals in 2021. See Appendix 24 for events details. MSD reported 20 presentations under the annual target of 50 presentations in 2021. In 2021, the continued closure of some schools due to covid-19 or policies that limited in person interaction significantly limited the number of the hands-on EnviroScape° model reservations. In response, a pre-recorded video lesson using the model that teachers could "borrow" through Missouri Botanical Garden's website was created in early 2021 to MCM Provide Enviroscape ° Foster nonpoint source pollution and water Provide opportunity to increase Target 50 presentations, maintain reservation Track number of assist boosting reservations. MSD completed a total of 237 completed reservations 2017 through 2021. As stated above, the covid-19 24 20 watershed models for MSD awareness and presentations 2 community use. quality awareness in positive tracking database, and completed. pandemic and restrictions that were in place during 2020 and the remainder of the school year in 2021 community. behavior record presentations. inhibited schools from reserving the hands-on EnviroScape° model. Before the pandemic, the number of change. presentations trended positively above the annual target, as shown in the below 2017 through 2019 number of presentations. Not recorded in the total reservations is the total number of schools that cancelled reservations in 2020 and 2021 due to cocvid-19. In additon, recent surveys of schools reported they look forward to reserving the EnviroScape° model as schools policies that limit in -person interactions decrease. - 2017, 65 presentations - 2018, 60 presentations - 2019, 61 presentations A total number of 1,056 markers and 236 door hangers were placed and recorded. Inlet marking showed to be a safe, fun, social distancing activity during the continued details. covid-19 pandemic. See Appendix 25 for projects Provide N() MCM 2 25 21 Provide storm drain marker instructions and equipment to citizen volunteers. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD opportunity to increase awareness and positive behavior Target 500 markers applied and record how many projects completed (markers and door hangers). Track number of markers and door hangers placed. DUMPING �l(Jec�;, � DRAINS change. STREAM Storm Drain Marker 17 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 2 26 22 Develop storm drain marking GIS map. Maintain map of marked inlets. MSD Provide tool to facilitate participation opportunities. Maintain GIS map layer and record labeled inlets. GIS map layer completed for use to direct public where they can label inlets. A map layer titled Do Not Dump is available on the MSD GIS mapping system. The map shows inlets labeled dates and a query can be run to report on number of inlets labeled within a specified date range, by ownership MSD or Private), by municipality, and by watershed. See ( p y' Appendix 26 for GIS map images MCM 2 27 23 Provide resources, as available, to residential, institutional, and commercial landowners and citizen volunteer organizations that promote green infrastructure and other healthy water programming. Foster nonpoint source p pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Provide tools to facilitate education, increase awareness, and positive behavior change. Update resource library of existing material (i.e., BMP O&M series brochures, websites). Distribute education material upon request via presentations/information booths and mailings. Record what, when, and who material distributed to. Resource library completed and track number of material distributed. In addition to materials listed in BMP 9, MSD developed and has available the following four resources that promote green infrastructure and other healthy water programming materials for citizen volunteer organizations to distribute. 1. Private Post -Construction Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) Ownership and Maintenance brochure 2. Rain Gardens Post -Construction Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) Ownership and Maintenance brochure 3. Planter Boxes Post -Construction Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) Ownership and Maintenance brochure 4. Porous Pavement Private Post -Construction Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) Ownership and Maintenance brochure Due to the continued local covid-19 pandemic restrictions on events and gatherings, normal distribution of these materials was unavailable. Instead, these materials were provided on usb thumb drives handed out to 125 attendees at five MSD and Great Rivers Greenway hosted Post -Construction BMP Operation and Maintenance workshops in 2021. Provide opportunity to increase awareness and positive behavior change. Provide rainscaping small grants program and record rainscaping projects Track number of rainscaping projects approved and installed. The rainscaping program has been developed and includes details on eligibility, grant amounts, resources, and applications review process. Due to the continued covid-19 pandemic, the program was delayed and slowly started up in 2021. As of December 31, 2021, 55 total applications were processed and reviewed with 31 of those applications approved for installation. Program information is available at https://msdprojectclear.org/what-we-do/rainscaping/small-grants/ MCM 3 28 27 Maintain GIS system showing constructed MS4 outfalls and receiving streams. View outfalls in plan area watersheds. MSD Permit compliance. Maintain map of constructed outfalls on GIS. Constructed outfalls mapped. MSD has mapped storm sewer outfall structures, either owned by MSD or other entities, of various sizes and configurations in the Plan Area. MSD defines these storm sewer outfall structures as the "end of pipe" or the downstream end of every enclosed storm sewer pipe or tunnel structure in the MSD GIS system that discharges to daylight. They may discharge drainage from a single lot or from several city blocks. When the number of outfall structures increases from construction in undeveloped areas of St. Louis County, or when changes are made to existing systems, MSD's maps are updated. Updating the separate storm sewer system is a continuing and routine task. 18 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Descrip®on BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evalua®on Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Informa®on Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 3 29 28 Use map update work orders to track any modificaons to the sewer map. Keep current informa®on on storm sewer system in plan area watersheds MSD Permit compliance. Maintain work order records of map updates. Maps updates completed through work orders. MSD GIS staff completed 2,428 Work Orders and 283 As-Builts related to MSD GIS map updates in 2021. MCM 3 30 29 Enforce MSD ordinance 15048, and other ordinances as required. Provides MSD legal authority to address illicit discharges. MSD Permit compliance. Enforce MSD Ordinance. Record enforcement ac®ons. Ordinance developed and enforced. Track number of enforcement ac®ons. MSD Ordinance 15048 is used as the legal enforcement tool to prohibit illicit discharges. MSD records MCM 3 survey findings, complaints and wri®en formal enforcement NOVs in MSD GIS (survey findings) and Maximo asset management (complaints). MSD MCM 3 survey findings and complaints referred to other pares issue NOVs as they deem appropriate. MCM 3 31 30 Survey all natural channels iden®fled on stormwater GIS map once per 5 years. Detect and eliminate illicit discharges. MSD Iden®fy illicit discharges and take enforcement ac®on as necessary. Survey 280 miles of storm channels for illicit discharges. Record mileage, findings, and resolu®ons. Track mileage, findings from surveys, and resolu®ons. MSD surveyed 268 miles of storm channels recording the loca®ons and resolu®ons of the following illicit discharges and waste disposal problems. MSD records and tracks MCM3 survey findings and follow-up ac®ons in GIS. - One (1) illicit discharge related to land disturbance (< 1 acre) ac®vi®es with missing or failing stormwater controls where sediment contaminated runoff entered adjacent waterways. This finding was resolved by local jurisdicEional authority and the responsible party. - Four (5) poten®al illicit discharge findings were inves®gated and ul®mately classified as permissible discharges. - Five (5) waste findings resulEIng from improper disposal of yard waste were iden®fied. Five (5) door hangers were distributed to the residences to educate them on proper waste disposal techniques and the impacts to streams from Y and waste. - Four (4) animal waste findings were found at sites where the poten®al for animal waste runoff was noted. MSD reported 12 miles under the annual target of 280 miles in 2021. MSD completed the five-year permit term target of 1,400 miles by surveying a total of 1,408 miles 2017 through 2021. 19 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 3 32 31 Respond to reports of illegal dumping. Detect and eliminate illicit discharges . MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Respond to customer complaints in accordance with the effective version of MSD's SOP for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests. Track service requests, work orders, and resolutions. Initial response times comply with policy at least 90% of the occurrences. MSD responded to 94 complaints related to illicit stormwater discharges. Initial response times complied with it's Standard Operating Procedure for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests 93% of the occurrences. MSD records and tracks complaints in it's Maximo asset management. MCM 3 33 36 Maintain operating procedures for field testing and surveying to help identify chemicals indicative of illicit discharge. Field screening provides for timely and efficient illicit source identification and elimination. MSD Provide tools to identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain field screening plan. Review and revise plan as needed. Standard operating procedures completed and update as needed. MSD maintains the DEC Illicit Discharge Investigations operating procedure for MCM3 survey staff to follow for sampling dry weather discharges. Survey staff has equipment to test for pH, chlorine, ammonia, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen in the field. Operating procedures include steps to consider if further laboratory analysis is required. Staff are trained on equipment care and calibration, sample collection and handling, and analyzing and tracking results. Sample results are analyzed using a screening chart to confirm whether a discharge is illicit or permissible. Sample results are tracked in the MCM3 GIS database for tracking and follow - up. MSD staff attended a two-hour IDDE refresher training on June 24. Training included review of: Standard operating procedures, Enforcement response guides, Findings and complaints examples, Sampling equipment, and Response and recordkeeping. 20 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 3 34 37 Maintain and annually review findings from channel surveys. Previous findings inspected. Identify priority areas for potential monitoring and follow-up. MSD Ensures there is follow-up on potential sources. Review findings and inspect each as necessary to ensure 1 -in -5 year frequency is achieved. Annual review of all findings. All finding areas inspected 1- in -5 years, minimum. All findings inspected in the past five years. MCM 3 35 28 Review representative water quality data collected by MSD to prioritize investigation areas. Use the water quality data that MSD collects to identify sources. MSD Identify reaches that are affected by sources. Allows development of a plan for sources. Review water quality data and provide summary report comparing data to channel inspection findings, for 2020 WQ data. Report submitted and filed. Three (3) illicit discharges identified under MCM3 in permit year 2020 were reviewed with downstream 2020 MSD water quality sample results. See Appendix 35 for summary report. MCM 3 36 39 Develop a tabular database and GIS layer of areas that may utilize individual sewage disposal systems (i.e., septic tanks). Have a database of areas with individual sewage disposal systems that could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations All Efficiently complete illicit discharge investigations None Database developed. None 21 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 3 37 40 Develop a tabular database and GIS layer of properties that have participated in the sewer lateral repair program. Have a database of properties that have participated in the sewer lateral repair program that could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations All Efficiently complete illicit discharge investigations Using GIS, review and survey existing plan area data sources. Database developed. Two private lateral related databases and two GIS layers are available to assist with MCM3 findings and complaint investigations. One database of nearly 10,000 properties was developed in 2020, under a previous SMWP BMP, based on a 2020 survey of the 52 co-permittees with an existing sewer lateral repair program. This database lists lateral repairs within the last 4 years. A second database of defective sewer lateral work orders is available in the MSD IBM° Maximo° asset management software. One MSD GIS layer provides particulars about a municipality sewer lateral program, including contact information and reimbursement information. A second MSD GIS layer shows the defective lateral work orders stated above. Contact MSD for a copy of the database and GIS layers. MCM 3 38 32 Maintain operating procedures for tracing illicit discharges from public sewer system. Timely detect and eliminate illicit discharges within entire plan area MSD Have tools to identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Standard operating procedures completed and updated as needed. MSD maintains the DEC Illicit Discharge Investigations operating procedure for MCM3 survey staff to detect and eliminate illicit discharges within the entire plan area. The operating procedure includes an enforcement response guide and data recording steps. MSD staff attended a two-hour IDDE refresher training on June 24. Training included review of: Standard operating procedures, Enforcement response guides, Findings and complaints examples, Sampling equipment, and Response and recordkeeping. MCM 3 39 33 Maintain operating procedures for eliminating illicit discharges Timely elimination of illicit discharges MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Report number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Revise procedures as needed. Track number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Standard operating procedures completed and updated as needed. MSD addressed the one illicit discharge found by MCM3 surveys recorded under BMP 31. MSD records and tracks MCM3 survey findings and follow-up actions in GIS. As of December 31, 2021, resolution status follows: - The one illicit discharge due to land disturbance activities with missing or failing stormwater controls were resolved by the responsible parties. MSD responded to 94 complaints related to illicit stormwater discharges. MSD records and tracks complaints and follow-up actions in a Maximo asset management system. - Fourteen (14) of these complaints were found to be permissible discharges. - The remaining 80 complaints were found to be related to illicit activity and were referred to and/or remedied by the responsible party. 22 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 3 40 41 Maintain enforcement plan for addressing illicit discharges. Timely elimination of illicit discharges. MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain and implement ordinance. SOP completed and updated as needed. MSD Ordinance 15048 is used as the legal enforcement tool to prohibit illicit discharges. MSD's DEC Illicit Discharge Investigations operating procedure references several different findings scenarios to ensure consistent Ordinance enforcement actions. MCM 3 41 35 Maintain and distribute brochures, door hangers, and other communicationtools findings that inform about hazards associated with illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste. Foster stormwater nonpoint source pollution awareness and behavior change in community. MSD Provide education and increase awareness and positive behavior change. g Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of illicit discharge investigations. Number of educational material tracked. Analyze MCM1 education survey. Under MCM3, BMP 31, MSD recorded the areas where it distributed 5 educational door hangers to residences to educate them on proper waste disposal techniques and the impacts to streams from yard waste and trash. Review "location and numbers" to determine if modification to MCM 1 activities is needed. Number of educational material tracked. Analyze MCM1 education survey. To address the goal, MSD followed the same 2018 strategy and summarized the previous 5 years of MCM3 where it placed door hangers. MSD also included theprevious 5 years of educational material handed g g out in response to stormwater complaints received by MSD customer service. Using GIS, MSD added co - p p permittee areas to visually look for specific target areas with the most findings and complaints. See Appendix p g g p pp 41 for the data summary, sorted by address. Review of the data shows findings and complaints wide -spread Y. g p p throughout the entire Plan Area. No new target areas were identified in 2021. The three identified target areas addressed in the 2018 review were out of the new data selection date range, and did not appear to be a concern, either by survey findings or complaint, in the 2021 review. In addition, as part of the Fourth Permit Term SWMP effectiveness evaluation review in 2021, social indicators identify an overall positive change in behavior and increased awareness as shown in some of the SWMP BMP public survey results. Based on this information, no specific modifications to MCM1 activities are needed as a result of this BMP review. 23 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 3 42 34 Provide public outreach communications tools (brochures, etc.) to sources of non- stormwater discharge that could be substantial contributors of pollutants into the MS4, such as street cleaning, residential car washing, and residential swimming pools Foster stormwater NPS pollution awareness and behavior change in community MSD Provide education and increase awareness and positive behavior change Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of IDD investigations. Number of educational material tracked. Analyze MCM1 education survey. MSD recorded the following substantial non-stormwater discharge locations: Commercial business ongoing trash processing area non contained leachate. Customer issued NOV and IDD brochure. - Commercial business 55 -gallon drum of fryer grease found on edge of parking lot, near creek. Customer removed drum after issuing one grease door hanger MCM 4 43 42 Maintain list of regulatory mechanisms and active land disturbance programs. Ensure co-permittee land disturbance programs are implemented. MSD Permit compliance. Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism. Track number of copermittees programs. All sixty (60) co-permittees reported implementing a program. MCM 4 44 43 Verify regulatory authority. Ensure existing co- permittee land disturbance programs have authority. MSD Permit compliance Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism in the SWMP. Track copermittees programs information. See Appendix C All sixty (60) co-permittees programs are listed in Appendix C of the St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Management Plan, Fourth Term Permit 2021-2026, dated Fall 2021. MCM 4 45 44 Maintain written procedures and guidance materials for operators to follow. Prevent land disturbance related waste from leaving the land disturbance area. St. Louis County and Municipalities Waste sources contained by BMPs Record each copermittees written procedure Track procedures completed. Fifty-eight (58) co-permittees reported construction -site waste procedures and guidance materials. See Appendix 45 for details. 24 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 4 46 45 Maintain written procedures and guidance materials for permittees to follow. Require development pre construction planning See also MCM5. St. Louis County and Municipalities Appropriate sediment and erosion BMPs installed Record each copermittees written procedure Track procedures completed. Fifty-seven (57) co-permittees reported pre -construction planning procedures and guidance materials. See Appendix 46 for details. MCM 4 47 46 Maintain written procedures to receive (i.e.,public complaint p hotline) respond to, and trackpublic inquiries q and complaints. Provide timely customer response to complaints from land p disturbance related waste leaving the land disturbance area. St. Louis County and Municipalities Permittees will follow procedures to ensure timely and appropriate responses. Record each copermittees complaints/follow-up written procedure name Track procedures completed. Fifty-seven (57) co-permittees reported complaints/follow-up written procedures. See Appendix 47a for details. Reduce pollution leaving site by demonstrating timely response occurred. Record each copermittees number of complaints and follow-up actions Track number of copermittees complaint investigations (formal and informal). Co-permittees reported 37 complaints and follow-up actions. See Appendix 47b for details. MSD Reduce pollution leaving site by demonstrating timely response occurred. Record number of findings, complaints, and response actions Track number of MSD MCM3 land disturbance findings. See also MCM3 Under MCM3, BMP 31, MSD did not find illicit discharges related to land disturbance activity (>1 acre) with failing stormwater controls where sediment contaminated runoff entered adjacent waterways. MCM 4 48 47 Maintain written procedures and checklists for permittees to follow during SWPPP inspections. To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. St. Louis County and Municipalities St. Louis County and municipalities will inspect that appropriate sediment and erosion BMPs are installed. Record each copermittees written procedure and checklist. Track procedures completed. Sixty (60) co-permittees reported construction -site inspection procedures and guidance materials. See Appendix 48 for details. 25 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 4 49 48 Inspect land disturbance sites and as specified in land disturbance program ordinance. To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. St. Louis County and Municipalities St. Louis County and municipalities will inspect that appropriate sediment and erosion BMPs are installed. Record each copermittees number of inspections at each active land disturbance site. Inspection records support program compliance. Seventeen (17) co-permittees reported construction site inspections. See Appendix 49 for details. MCM 4 50 49 Maintain written procedures for enforcement actions. Provide authority to implement program. St. Louis County and Municipalities St. Louis County and municipalities will follow enforcement procedures when needed. Record each copermittees number of informal and formal enforcements. Track number of informal and formal enforcements The co-permittees reported 47 formal and 51 informal enforcement actions. See appendices 47b and 50 for details. MCM 5 51 55 Follow MSD ordinances 9030 and 15048, MSD Rules and Regulations, and County and Municipal Ordinances, Requires developers and plan reviewers to implement appropriate strategies and controls to address post construction run-off. MSD New and redevelopment projects that disturb greater than or equal to one acre will implement BMPs. Implement Ordinance and Design Rules. Ordinance and Design Rules completed and implemented. BMP requirements are implemented under the authority of MSD Ordinance 9030. MSD Ordinance 15048 is used as the legal enforcement tool. MSD's Rules and Regulations and Engineering Design Requirements for Sanitary Sewer and Stormwater Drainage Facilities include the BMP requirements for new development and redevelopment projects. MSD's Rules and Regulations were reviewed and updated after a stakeholder engagement and public participation process. The new Rules and Regulations went into effect on February 1, 2018 St. Louis County and Municipalities New and redevelopment projects that disturb greater than or equal to one acre will implement BMPs. Implement ordinance to regulate and enforce post- construction strategies. Ordinance completed and implemented. Fifty-four (54) co-permittees reported post -construction ordinances/strategies. See Appendix 51 for details. 26 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 5 52 56 Follow plan review process for executing maintenance agreements environmental compliance inspection process for long term maintenance. To ensure long-term operation of BMPs. MSD BMPs will function correctly. Develop and Implement maintenance agreement for each project, unless BMP maintained by MSD. All MSD approved projects, with BMPs that are not maintained by MSD, have maintenance agreement. Annual internal review of 5 projects. MSD's Designs Rules and Regulations requires property owner's to execute a maintenance agreement to ensure BMPs will be kept in working order. MSD's cloud based Accela° plan review, permitting, and construction . inspection tracking system requires the date when the maintenance agreement was received and records the maintenance agreement on file. For the internal review, MSD reviewed the most frequently types of BMP constructed in 2021. Maintenance Agreements were recorded correctly and on file. Implement MSD BMP Enforcement and Response Plan. Plan updated. See below for description of metrics used. MSD has enforcement authority to ensure owners maintain their post -construction BMPs in MSD Ordinance 15048, Article IV, Part C. MSD maintains a Stormwater Management Facilities (BMP) Operation and Maintenance Enforcement Response Plan, revision dated February 25, 2019. Elements of the Plan describes MSD responsibilities, legal authority, data processing, inspections, and informal and formal enforcement steps. MCM 5 53 50 Utilize matrix of BMPs on BMP toolbox. Maintain existing strategies Requires developments to implement appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run- off. MSD Implement BMPs to MEP. Developments will utilize BMPs and design requirements as listed on the BMP toolbox. List WQ and CPv requirements. Development projects follow rules. Toolbox is complete and updated as needed. Annual internal review of 5 projects. MSD's Plan Review Division evaluates each project for compliance with the MS4 permit, using MSD's Design Rules and Regulations, the Maryland Manual, and the BMP Toolbox at www.stlmsd.com. All projects that require stormwater best management practices, either to comply with the MS4 Permit and/or MSD's Detention and Channel Protection requirements must prepare a Stormwater Management Facilities Report, a Maintenance and Operations Plan, and also execute a standard maintenance agreement that is recorded against the property. The BMP Toolbox outlines the guidance and procedures for applying and meeting the appropriate design criteria, preparing the compliance documentation in a standardized format, the maintenance agreement and obligations, as well as the permitting and inspection process. Design documentation for each BMP MSD approves is recorded in the Cloud based Accela° plan review, permitting, and construction inspection tracking system and MSD central files. For the internal review, MSD reviewed the most frequently types of BMP constructed in 2021. Design documentation were recorded correctly and on file. The BMP toolbox was updated in 2021 to provide a new online report form for owners to submit their Post - Construction Stormwater BMP Annual Maintenance Reports. The report form is available at the Stormwater BMP Maintenance & Responsibilities webpage, https://msdprojectclear.org/what-we-do/stormwater- management/bmp-toolbox/maintenance-responsibilities/ . Of the Post -Construction Stormwater BMP Annual Maintenance Reports received, nearly 400 were submitted online in 2021. 27 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 5 54 51 Copermittees will review and update parking ordinances and/or polices, as needed Reduce impervious parking areas and reduce barriers to incorporating green infrastructure into parking areas. Ballwin, Bellefontaine Neighbors, Black Jack, Bridgeton, Chesterfield, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Ellisville, Fenton, Frontenac, Kirkwood, Ladue, Manchester, Maryland Heights, Olivette, Overland, Sunset Hills, St. Louis County, Town and Country, Wildwood Optimize use of impervious areas in parking None Copermittees reviews completed. Track copermittees actions to either change on not change their policy as a result of their reviews. None MCM 5 55 52 Maintain optional conceptual review process. Provides developers with plan review assessment of appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run- off. MSD Identify opportunities for water quality protection early in the development project planning phase. Record number of developments that are charged for utilizing the conceptual review service. Number of conceptual reviews. MSD offers the development and engineering community a conceptual review service that will evaluate a project's sanitary and stormwater requirements early in the design phase of the project, prior to extensive engineering by the customer, to ensure acceptability of the conceptual design under MSD's Rules and Regulations. MSD offers a quick "Basic" review, and a more "Detailed" review for an additional cost for more complex projects. Ninety-two (92) conceptual reviews were performed. MCM 5 56 53 Site Design Guide Available Provide developers and plan reviewers a way to implement BMP MSD Protect sensitive areas, minimize stormwater pollution, and utilize effective BMPs. Site Design Guidance document available. Site Design Guidance available for public use. Under a 2008-2009 second term permit BMP, MSD and partners developed an educational tool titled Site Design Guidance -Tools for Incorporating Post -Construction Stormwater Quality Protection into Concept Plans and Land Disturbance Permitting. Co-permittees were instructed in a letter dated April 27, 2009 to implement the Site Design Guidance document or an equivalent procedure to ensure they are in compliance with the MS4 second term permit language in section 4.2.5.1 to assess site characteristics at the beginning of the construction design phase to ensure adequate planning for stormwater compliance to mimic pre -construction runoff conditions on all new development and utilize water quality strategies on all redevelopment projects to the maximum extent practicable. The Site Design Guidance document is available on the MSD website at www.msdprojectclear.org 28 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 5 57 54 Use pre -condition assessment with early stage project planning. Requires developers and permittees to assess conditions early. All Protect sensitive areas, minimize stormwater pollution, and utilize effective BMPs. Have process requiring pre- construction planning by MSD Site Design Guidance or equivalent procedure. Process available, process used. Annual (starting in year 2) review audit of up to 5 projects. Fifty-eight (58) copermittees reported that they have implemented the "Site Design Guidance" or an equivalent procedure. See Appendix 57a for a summary of co-permittee responses. For the 2021 audit portion of this BMP, MSD selected the City of Chesterfield, City of Maryland Heights, and City of Ladue. The City of Chesterfield and City of MaryLand Heights both apply MSD Site Design procedures. The City of Ladue applies an equivalent procedure. MSD audit questions focused on ensuring that evaluation of existing green space site conditions (i.e., streams, wetlands, sensitive areas) and evaluation of conceptual plans to preserve and protect green spaces were documented. MSD's findings are that the following projects in City of Chesterfield, City of Maryland Heights, and City of Ladue are compliant with their obligation towards the BMP. 1. City of Chesterfield, Shelbourne Chesterfield, 18MSD-00589 2. City of Chesterfield, Wildhorse Village, 20MSD-00335 3. City of Maryland Heights, Westport Commerce Center (21MSD-00101) 4. City of Ladue, Ladue School District Addition of Classrooms and Storm Shelter (21MSD-00048) 5. City of Ladue, Old Warson Country Club pickleball courts and pavilion (20MSD-00344) Contact MSD for a copy of the co-permittee reports for these reviews. MCM 5 58 57 Inspect all water quality BMPs and use key performance indicators to demonstrate compliance. To ensure long-term operation of BMPs. MSD BMPs constructed and maintained to function properly. Implement construction inspection requirements, as defined in rules and regulations. Annual internal review of 4 projects. MSD Construction Division uses a checklist, ensuring material submittals been approved, site stability, approved materials are used, underdrain piping installed, plantings installation, site protection, and pictures. Construction inspection documentation for each BMP MSD approves is recorded in the Cloud based Accela® plan review, permitting, and construction inspection tracking system. For the internal review, MSD reviewed the most frequently types of BMPs constructed in 2021. Inspection data was recorded correctly for the following projects: - Project: 19MSD-00240, Bellerive Country Club, 301 N. Mason Rd, Bioretention/Raingarden, approved January 6, 2021 - Project: 17MSD-00053, Shepard Lofts, Permeable Pavement - Paver Block, approved March 25, 2021 - Project: 19MSD-00140, Aventura at Wild Horse Creek - 16560 Old Chesterfield Rd, Amended Soils, approved June 15, 2021 - Project: 19MSD-00167, Safety National Casualty Corporation - 1832 Schuetz Rd., Bioretention/Raingarden (Small), approved September 29, 2021 Contact MSD for a copy of the MSD Construction Division inspections and pavement installation certification for these reviews. 29 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 5 58 57 Inspect all water quality BMPs and use key performance indicators to demonstrate compliance. To ensure long-term operation of BMPs. MSD BMPs constructed and maintained to function properly. Schedule and track BMP three year inspections. All BMPs are inspected once per 3 years, minimum. MSD uses IBM° Maximo° asset management software to schedule and track 3 year inspections. In 2021, MSD completed 1,606 BMP 3 year inspections in 2021 Implement Enforcement Response Plan and track number of BMP enforcement actions Report number of enforcement actions taken. Enforcement action taken within 45 days of notice of problem, 90% of the time. MSD initiated 119 enforcement actions within 45 days of notice of problem, 100% of the time. Enforcement actions are recorded in the IBM° Maximo° asset management system. Require and track BMP owner annual reports Report number of annual reports received and outstanding. In letters dated December 18, 2020 and May 12, 2021, MSD reminded BMP site owners to submit their 2020 calendar year maintenance reports by March 31, 2021. One thousand eighty-nine (1,089) 2020 reports have been received and 100 reports are outstanding. Maintenance reports are recorded in IBM° Maximo° asset management system. 30 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 6 59 58 Provide annual training to all MSD, municipal, and St. Louis County employees who work in municipal operations impacted by stormwater. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. All Training program exists, and updated to coordinate. Review training program and update as needed. Track number of training programs completed and implemented. Year 5 review documented. Fifty-two (52) co-permittees reported that they provided refresher training to their employees on stormwater BMPs. MSD provided co-permittee on-line virtual training in 2021 due to the continued covid-19 pandemic. As explained in the next BMP below, MSD encouraged co-permittees to use the on-line training tools to train their employees. As part of MSD's efforts to maintain employee awareness and training, under MSD's Operation and Maintenance Program for Stormwater Pollution Prevention, MSD provided 458 employees on-line virtually, due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, through its' on-line learning management system, The Learning District. MSD reviewed it's program and updated it's training program for co-permittees, that relies on MSD training ,and MSD staff to on-line events in 2020 and 2021, as described here and in the next BMP below. The decision to on-line training at this time was driven by the covid-19pandemic. MSD evaluated co-permittee p attendance/on-line views by comparing this to previous in -person attendance. A positive stable trend in attendance, as shown in the following data, is a good indication that on-line training is effective during the covid-19 pandemic. - 2017, total in -person co-permittee attendance 234 - 2018, total in -person co-permittee attendance 169 - 2019, total in -person co-permittee attendance 202 - 2020,total co-permittee attendance/on-line views173 - 2021,total co-permittee attendance/on-line views 266 Co-permittees were asked if they either updated or not updated their training programs in 2021. Thirty-six (36) co-permittees reported that they updated their training programs. Twenty (20) co-permittees reported that they did not update their training programs. A summary of the number of co-permittees' employees trained and program reviews is included in Appendix 59. 31 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 6 59 58 Provide annual training to all MSD, municipal, and St. Louis County employees who work in municipal operations impacted by stormwater. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. MSD Co-permittee employees will be offered MSD annual training opportunities. Hold 4 training events and record attendance. Track training events completed and attendance. MSD hosted four, live, on-line virtual Phase II Stormwater Refresher workshops for municipal employees on good housekeeping and pollution prevention in municipal operations; Two (2) on November 4 and two on November 18. The workshops were hosted on-line due to covid-19 and were each an hour, providing training on stormwater good housekeeping BMPs for municipal operations. One -hundred -forty-five (145) employees representing 29 co-permittees were in attendance for the live sessions. MSD used the on-line Zoom video conferencing service and power point slides presentation to host the successful 2021 training due to covid-19. MSD Office of Public Affairs assisted MSD staff with registering attendees, tracking actual attendance during the events, and moderating questions during the workshops, to carry -out the training experience very similar to if they were in -person. One live workshop was recorded and posted on MSD's website at www.msdprojectclear.org along with the annual handout materials. The power point presentation is available on-line to print-out for anyone with -out power point viewing ability. MSD emailed all the co-permittees on November 22, 2021 on-line user instructions encouraging them to use the on- line training material for their staff to complete their annual training BMP. The on-line recorded workshop was viewed 121 times 2021. MCM 6 60 59 List all operational facilities that are subject to MCM 6. List all operational facilities that are subject to No Exposure certification. Identify copermittees industrial discharges not covered under a separate NPDES operating permit All Facilities listed in written operation and maintenance program. Maintain current list in operation and maintenance program plan. List completed MSD reminded co-permittees to list all their operational facilities that are subject to MCM 6 in emails dated April 1 and May 28, 2021, and at the May 20, 2021 co-permittee on-line virtual administrative workshop. The workshop was hosted on-line due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. MSD lists it's Mintert Maintenance Yard, Sulphur Maintenance Yard, and Grand Glaize Maintenance Yards subject to MCM6. MSD has a total of seven site specific wastewater operating permits. These facilities have Phase I permit conditions related to stormwater, and are not subject to the MS4 permit. MSD also maintains a land disturbance stormwater permit, MO -R100, for its sewer and treatment plant construction work Maintain No Exposure certification status, as applicable. Review certification status of each facility, renew as necessary, and record application/expiration dates. No Exposure Exemption Certification applications completed before expiration dates. MSD reminded co-permittees to review their No Exposure certification in emails dated April 1 and May 28, 2021, and at the May 20, 2021 co-permittee on-line virtual administrative workshop. The workshop was hosted on-line due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. MSD does not maintain No Exposure certifications for any of it's facilities. Co-permittees with current No Exposure certifications are listed in the current Fourth Term Permit Stormwater Management Plan totaling 54 facilities with a current No Exposure Certification or in application submitted status. 32 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 6 61 63 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. All Confirm appropriate BMPs implemented and functioning correctly Record inspection dates and locations. Inspection completed and track number of inspections. Forty-two (42) co-permittees reported performing inspections. Appendix 61 contains a summary of the co- permittees' response to this BMP. The MSD Division of Environmental Compliance performed inspections of the three MSD maintenance yards. Mintert Maintenance Yard was inspected on August 3, 2021, Sulphur Maintenance Yard was inspected on August 4, 2021, and Grand Glaize Maintenance Yard was inspected on August 9, 2021. MSD has a total of seven site specific wastewater operating permits. These facilities have Phase I permit conditions related to stormwater, and the inspections are not conducted or reported under the MS4 permit. MSD also maintains a land disturbance stormwater permit, MO -R100, for its sewer and treatment plant construction work Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co - permittee programs implemented. Co-permittees programs are listed in Appendix E of the St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Management Plan, Fourth Term Permit, 2021-2026, dated Fall 2021 MCM 6 62 64 Maintain written inspection checklist template for performing inspections . To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. MSD Confirm appropriate BMPs implemented and functioning correctly . Checklist available for copermittees. Provide checklist at MSD annual training events. Inspection checklist template completed and distributed at annual MSD training. Inspection checklists were addressed in the on-line virtual November MSD hosted four Phase II Stormwater Refresher workshops referenced in BMP number 58. The inspection checklists are available on line at www.msdprojectclear.org. MSD emailed all the co-permittees on November 22, 2021 providing links to it's MCM6 training resources, including the inspection checklist. 33 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 6 63 60 Install BMPs (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) with construction of municipal facilities and roadways, where feasible. Provide pollutant controls with projects. All Reduce discharge of pollutants from project areas. Project plans include BMPs. Permittees build BMPs. Permittees maintain and report on BMP condition. Permittees build BMPs with projects, where feasible. Permittees report on BMP status in annual report, starting in year 2. Eighteen (18) co-permittees reported BMPs. See appendix 63 for details, including BMP descriptions. MCM 6 64 61 Track salt application rates. Set baseline key performance indicator of salt application rates. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from deicing operations. St. Louis County and Municipalities Salt application rates documented Record BMPs and application rates. Analyze salt application rate data annually for application trends. Consider also stream water quality data. Appendix 64 contains a summary of the co-permittees' response to this goal. Fifty-two (52) co-permittees provided complete data. In total, the co-permittees in St. Louis County spread 36,335 tons of road salt over 147,350 lane miles of roadway from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021, resulting in an application rate of 493 lb/lane-mile. Use alternative deicing approaches to reduce chloride load, where feasible. Track copermittees use of alternative deicing approaches. Report annually on the number of permittees utilizing alternative deicing approaches. Refer to each of the enclosed co-permittee St. Louis County Phase II Co-Permittee 2021 Stormwater Annual Report Form — Small MS4; St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Program Road Salt Usage Report: January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021 reports. 34 Part C Stormwater Management Plan Report Progress and Compliance 3rd Term SWMP MCM # 3rd Term BMP # 4th Term BMP # BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person (See Appendix Contacts) Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 5, 2021 Status and Information Permit Year 5, 2021 MCM 6 65 65 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. All Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co- permittee programs implemented. Co-permittees programs are listed in Appendix E of the St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Management Plan, Fourth Term Permit, 2021-2026, dated Fall 2021 MCM 6 66 68 Maintain written guidelines for MSD to follow when preparing preliminary engineering project studies. To assess water quality impacts for new flood management projects. MSD Written guidelines in place. Implement guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project studies. Guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project studies complete and implemented. MSD maintains the MSD Preliminary Studies - Guidelines for Preparing Preliminary Engineering Project Studies guidelines. As part of the guidelines, MSD staff works with the modeling group to prepare a hydraulic model of the system to analyze the hydraulic capacity of the existing and proposed stormwater or sanitary sewers. Staff must refer to the document Evaluation of Water Quality Impacts for Flood Management Projects dated June 12, 2017, to mitigate water quality impacts of new storm sewers. MCM 6 67 69 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To assess and mitigate water quality impacts for new flood management projects. All Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co - permittee programs implemented. Co-permittees programs are listed in Appendix E of the St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Management Plan, Fourth Term Permit, 2021-2026, dated Fall 2021 MCM 6 68 67 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. All Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co- permittee programs implemented. Co-permittees programs are listed in Appendix E of the St. Louis County Phase II Stormwater Management Plan, Fourth Term Permit, 2021-2026, dated Fall 2021 35 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 148 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 25.4 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 20.5 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 19.1 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 20.4 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 25.5 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 27.4 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 24.3 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 29.7 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 23.3 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 36.2 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli 86 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 97 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 130 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 150 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 1800 MPN/100 mL ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.05 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.09 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.38 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.15 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.34 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.19 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.95 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.54 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.47 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.24 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.85 SU ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.48 SU ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.65 SU ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU 36 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.74 SU ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.48 SU ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 7.5 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 14.8 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 12.9 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 21.4 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 20.8 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 21.7 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 18.1 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 18.8 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 10.2 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 15.2 ° C ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 61 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 67 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 56 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 150 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 71 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 140 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 170 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 190 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 140 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 296 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 336 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 280 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 300 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 320 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 348 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 354 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 51 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Ammonia as N 0.222 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 37 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Chloride 65.4 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Chloride 117 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Chloride 139 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Chloride 114 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Chloride 118 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Chloride 120 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Chloride 115 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Chloride 80.2 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Chloride 78.2 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Chloride 122 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Chloride 32.8 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 E. coli 930 MPN/100 mL AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 E. coli 1600 MPN/100 mL AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 E. coli 310 MPN/100 mL AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 E. coli 310 MPN/100 mL AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 E. coli 120 MPN/100 mL AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.91 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.52 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.26 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.78 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.58 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.07 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.11 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.36 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.86 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.93 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.71 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Field pH 7.74 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Field pH 7.75 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Field pH 7.72 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU 38 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Temperature 3.3 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Temperature 1.5 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Temperature 9.8 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Temperature 11.7 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Temperature 12.5 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Temperature 26.4 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Temperature 23.8 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Temperature 14.6 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Temperature 10.6 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Temperature 6.6 ° C AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Sulfate 74 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Sulfate 79 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Sulfate 75 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Sulfate 81 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Sulfate 72 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Sulfate 71 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Sulfate 24 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Hardness 336 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Hardness 592 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Hardness 592 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Hardness 564 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Hardness 650 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Hardness 548 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Hardness 540 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Hardness 456 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Hardness 404 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Hardness 588 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 29 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 19 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 318 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 883 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 50 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 46 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 31 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L AUBUCHON CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 51 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Ammonia as N 0.184 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Ammonia as N 1.589 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.422 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 39 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Ammonia as N 0.169 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N 0.316 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N 0.166 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Ammonia as N 0.265 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.423 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 7 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 10 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 6 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 6 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 14 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 39 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 42 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 54 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L 40 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 63 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Chloride 196 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Chloride 188 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Chloride 887 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Chloride 1010 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Chloride 445 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Chloride 360 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Chloride 351 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Chloride 262 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Chloride 172 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Chloride 83 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Chloride 233 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Chloride 257 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Chloride 134 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Chloride 133 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Chloride 162 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Chloride 112 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Chloride 106 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Chloride 159 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Chloride 31.7 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Chloride 111 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Chloride 184 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Chloride 139 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Chloride 153 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Chloride 196 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Chloride 127 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Chloride 74.5 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 E. coli 860 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 E. coli 410 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 E. coli 20000 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 E. coli 12000 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 E. coli 670 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 E. coli 320 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL 41 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 E. coli 750 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 E. coli 1300 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 E. coli 770 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 E. coli 910 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 E. coli 24000 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 E. coli 1500 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 E. coli 610 MPN/100 mL BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.42 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.2 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.85 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.19 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.65 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.03 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.81 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.71 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.31 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.19 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.32 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.81 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.55 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.51 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.37 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.77 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.49 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.98 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.44 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.06 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.36 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.3 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.86 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.54 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.16 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Field pH 7.68 SU BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.56 SU BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Field pH 8 SU BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.61 SU BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Field pH 7.68 SU BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU 42 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Field pH 8 SU BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Field pH 7.73 SU BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 2 ° C BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 5.6 ° C BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 0 ° C BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 3.4 ° C BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 11.1 ° C BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 11.5 ° C BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 11 ° C BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 19.2 ° C BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 16.9 ° C BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 18.2 ° C BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 23.4 ° C BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.3 ° C BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 22.8 ° C BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 24.1 ° C BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 25.5 ° C BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 24.7 ° C BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 22.2 ° C BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 21.4 ° C BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 20.4 ° C BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 14.8 ° C BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 10 ° C BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 8.2 ° C BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 6.2 ° C BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 6.3 ° C BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 8 ° C BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Sulfate 78 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Sulfate 150 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Sulfate 75 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Sulfate 75 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Sulfate 40 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Sulfate 98 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Sulfate 140 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Sulfate 69 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Sulfate 95 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Sulfate 74 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Sulfate 93 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L 43 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Sulfate 150 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Total Hardness 340 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Total Hardness 232 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Total Hardness 444 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Total Hardness 464 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Total Hardness 428 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Total Hardness 404 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Total Hardness 452 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Total Hardness 388 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Total Hardness 144 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Total Hardness 320 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Hardness 368 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Total Hardness 196 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Total Hardness 100 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Total Hardness 288 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L BLACK CREEK 1/26/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 2/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 3/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L BLACK CREEK 4/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 33 mg/L BLACK CREEK 5/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 26 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L BLACK CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L BLACK CREEK 7/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L BLACK CREEK 8/24/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L BLACK CREEK 9/21/2021 Total Suspended Solids 61 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 10/19/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L 44 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BLACK CREEK 11/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 57 mg/L BLACK CREEK 11/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BLACK CREEK 12/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 52 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 75.9 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 88.3 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 137 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 47.3 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 152 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 35.8 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 79.2 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 106 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 108 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 68 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 103 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 89.6 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 4600 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli 150 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 250 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 450 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli 98 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 290 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 410 MPN/100 mL BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.9 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.65 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.58 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.08 mg/L 45 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.89 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.7 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.81 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.98 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.79 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.19 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.63 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.74 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 9.51 SU BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 8.91 SU BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 7.74 SU BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.51 SU BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 8.16 SU BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 8.08 SU BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 5.2 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 5.7 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 10.5 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 13.9 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 16.4 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 26 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 22.2 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 22.8 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 22.8 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 12.6 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 9.7 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 10.4 ° C BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate 36 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 33 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 58 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 54 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 280 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 152 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L 46 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 185 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 130 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 25 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 22 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 22 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 30 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L BONHOMME CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 59.6 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 104 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 160 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 66.3 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 90.1 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 83.9 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 97 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 106 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 112 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 75.4 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 104 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 92.3 mg/L 47 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 3200 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 460 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 180 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli 200 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 380 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 440 MPN/100 mL CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.65 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.62 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.68 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.89 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.95 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.66 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.36 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.51 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.29 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.88 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.03 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 8.25 SU CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 7.74 SU CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 7.35 SU CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 7.43 SU CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.27 SU CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.61 SU CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 7.68 SU CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 5.7 ° C CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 7.8 ° C CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 10 ° C CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 13.9 ° C CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 14.7 ° C CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 18.8 ° C CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 22 ° C CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 20.8 ° C CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 20.1 ° C CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 13.6 ° C CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 11.4 ° C CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 33 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 45 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 61 mg/L 48 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 43 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 62 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 60 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 204 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 152 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 248 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 296 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 220 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 328 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 245 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 65 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L CAULKS CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Ammonia as N 0.276 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Ammonia as N 0.16 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Chloride 95.1 mg/L 49 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Chloride 190 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Chloride 171 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Chloride 50.8 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Chloride 180 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Chloride 26.1 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Chloride 43.7 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Chloride 105 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Chloride 102 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Chloride 35.5 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Chloride 74.3 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Chloride 17.1 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 E. coli 4400 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 E. coli 120 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 E. coli 550 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 E. coli 280 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 E. coli 180 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 E. coli 200 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.1 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.52 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.29 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.57 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.05 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.04 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.54 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.21 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.62 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.48 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.62 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.74 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.36 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Field pH 7.4 SU COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Field pH 7.52 SU COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Field pH 7.56 SU COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Temperature 4 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Temperature 0.5 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Temperature 10 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.4 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Temperature 17.6 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Temperature 25.2 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Temperature 27.1 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Temperature 25.6 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Temperature 21.6 ° C 50 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Temperature 14.9 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Temperature 9.4 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Temperature 6.8 ° C COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Sulfate 19 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Sulfate 59 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Sulfate 57 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Sulfate 14 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Hardness 160 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Hardness 136 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Hardness 388 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Hardness 144 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Hardness 140 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Hardness 220 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Hardness 68 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 19 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 30 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 27 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L COLDWATER CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 30 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Ammonia as N 0.165 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Ammonia as N 0.163 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L 51 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Chloride 262 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Chloride 306 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Chloride 194 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Chloride 212 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Chloride 160 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Chloride 101 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Chloride 146 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Chloride 128 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Chloride 228 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Chloride 28.7 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 E. coli 2600 MPN/100 mL COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 E. coli 98 MPN/100 mL COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 E. coli 420 MPN/100 mL COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 E. coli 660 MPN/100 mL COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.25 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.07 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.51 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.24 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.15 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.84 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.16 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.35 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.31 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.48 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Field pH 7.43 SU COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Field pH 7.91 SU COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Temperature 0.8 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Temperature 9.3 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.3 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Temperature 14 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Temperature 26.7 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Temperature 26.8 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Temperature 23.6 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.6 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C 52 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Temperature 7.1 ° C COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Sulfate 81 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Sulfate 76 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Sulfate 47 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Sulfate 54 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Sulfate 38 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Sulfate 51 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Sulfate 83 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Sulfate 17 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Hardness 572 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Hardness 528 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Hardness 328 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Hardness 512 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Hardness 336 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Hardness 572 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Hardness 96 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 18 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 28 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 18 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L COWMIRE CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 22 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N 0.167 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N 0.124 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N 0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 53 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 81 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 32 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 70.5 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 74 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 187 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 297 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 154 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 158 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 188 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 101 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 81 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 14.6 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 138 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 68.7 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 168 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 65.3 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 183 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 69.4 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 88.6 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 63.7 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 164 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 69.1 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 138 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 79.8 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 6900 MPN/100 mL 54 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli 230 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 2400 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 550 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 190 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli 85 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 280 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 310 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 20 MPN/100 mL CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.02 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.1 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.52 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.72 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.35 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.62 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.99 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.26 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.68 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.74 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.04 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.72 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.59 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.34 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.25 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.79 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.49 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.15 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.89 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.38 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.74 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.04 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.52 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.07 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.15 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 8.5 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 8.25 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 8.36 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 8.68 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 7.74 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 8.41 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.34 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.42 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.59 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.85 SU 55 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.54 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 8.11 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 8.34 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 8.23 SU CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 3.2 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 3.1 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 2.6 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 2.5 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 11.1 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 12.1 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 15.2 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 15.1 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 15.4 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 18.8 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 24.5 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 24.8 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 23.6 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 29.2 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 25.2 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 24 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 22.2 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 25.7 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 13.9 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 13.9 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 9 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 12.2 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 9.7 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 9.3 ° C CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate 21 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate 33 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 77 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 43 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 60 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 44 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 23 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 23 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 79 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L 56 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 46 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 74 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 33 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 68 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 170 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 328 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 200 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 408 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 220 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 212 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 360 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 168 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 136 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 296 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 148 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 376 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 356 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 152 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 372 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 348 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 1872 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 44 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 20 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 69 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 42 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 29 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 39 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 89 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 29 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 30 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 31 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 30 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 25 mg/L 57 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L CREVE COEUR CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 35 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Ammonia as N 0.185 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Ammonia as N 0.157 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Ammonia as N 0.529 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.343 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Ammonia as N 0.135 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Ammonia as N 0.229 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N 0.225 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N 0.192 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Ammonia as N 0.34 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N 0.133 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Ammonia as N 0.178 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N 0.216 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Ammonia as N 0.228 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Ammonia as N 0.2 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Ammonia as N 0.146 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N 0.249 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Ammonia as N 0.164 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Ammonia as N 0.19 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Ammonia as N 0.355 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.293 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 9 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 6 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 9 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L 58 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 8 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 54 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 39 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 34 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Chloride 227 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Chloride 97.7 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Chloride 468 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Chloride 614 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Chloride 291 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Chloride 258 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Chloride 271 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Chloride 213 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Chloride 170 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Chloride 83.8 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Chloride 171 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Chloride 225 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Chloride 59.4 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Chloride 76.2 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Chloride 98.3 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Chloride 74.7 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Chloride 107 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Chloride 108 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Chloride 16.7 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Chloride 73.7 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Chloride 138 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Chloride 129 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Chloride 123 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Chloride 134 mg/L 59 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Chloride 84.9 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Chloride 111 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 E. coli 180 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 E. coli 220 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 E. coli 14000 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 E. coli 11000 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 E. coli 660 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 E. coli 710 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 E. coli 2800 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 E. coli 8700 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 E. coli 2400 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 E. coli 6900 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 E. coli 2200 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 E. coli 2200 MPN/100 mL DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.67 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.12 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.29 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.04 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.43 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.98 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.89 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.24 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.04 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.94 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.19 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.82 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.28 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.24 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.06 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.13 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.06 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.76 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.89 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.23 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.11 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.81 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.11 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.94 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.55 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.71 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Field pH 8 SU DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.11 SU DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Field pH 7.45 SU DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.18 SU DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Field pH 7.73 SU DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.58 SU DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Field pH 7.74 SU 60 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Field pH 8.87 SU DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Field pH 7.6 SU DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.58 SU DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Field pH 7.65 SU DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Field pH 7.66 SU DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Field pH 7.73 SU DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Field pH 7.72 SU DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 3.2 ° C DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 4.7 ° C DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 0 ° C DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.8 ° C DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.1 ° C DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 12.4 ° C DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 16.9 ° C DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 10.6 ° C DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 19 ° C DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.4 ° C DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 19.1 ° C DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 23.7 ° C DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.6 ° C DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 25.1 ° C DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 25.8 ° C DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 24.7 ° C DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 22 ° C DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 21.2 ° C DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 20.4 ° C DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 14 ° C DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 9.8 ° C DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 8.3 ° C DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 6 ° C DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 6.3 ° C DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 8.6 ° C DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Sulfate 150 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Sulfate 97 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Sulfate 74 mg/L 61 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Sulfate 73 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Sulfate 33 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Sulfate 60 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Sulfate 46 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Sulfate 63 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Sulfate 84 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Sulfate 58 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Sulfate 98 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Sulfate 96 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Sulfate 75 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Sulfate 95 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Total Hardness 384 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Total Hardness 192 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Total Hardness 424 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Total Hardness 396 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Total Hardness 384 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Total Hardness 416 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Total Hardness 328 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Total Hardness 312 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Hardness 352 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Hardness 160 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Hardness 232 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Total Hardness 220 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Total Hardness 232 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Total Hardness 84 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Total Hardness 280 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Total Hardness 276 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Total Hardness 288 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Total Hardness 248 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L DEER CREEK 1/26/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L DEER CREEK 2/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 20 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L DEER CREEK 3/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L DEER CREEK 4/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L DEER CREEK 5/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 27 mg/L 62 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result DEER CREEK 5/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 35 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L DEER CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 29 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 31 mg/L DEER CREEK 7/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 50 mg/L DEER CREEK 8/24/2021 Total Suspended Solids 25 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L DEER CREEK 9/21/2021 Total Suspended Solids 416 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L DEER CREEK 10/19/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 23 mg/L DEER CREEK 11/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L DEER CREEK 12/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 35 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Ammonia as N 0.257 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Ammonia as N 0.145 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Chloride 100 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Chloride 172 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Chloride 160 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Chloride 112 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Chloride 132 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Chloride 71.3 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Chloride 91 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Chloride 91.7 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Chloride 50.2 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Chloride 72.5 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Chloride 84 mg/L 63 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Chloride 115 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 E. coli 4400 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 E. coli 770 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 E. coli 910 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 E. coli 680 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 E. coli 2600 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 E. coli 9200 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.54 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.67 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.62 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.11 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.9 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.92 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.4 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.1 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.36 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.47 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.52 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Field pH 7.85 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Field pH 8.14 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Field pH 8.06 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Field pH 7.91 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Temperature 4 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Temperature 1.1 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Temperature 8.5 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.9 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Temperature 12.2 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Temperature 22.2 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.8 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Temperature 24.2 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Temperature 22.6 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Temperature 14.5 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.5 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Temperature 8.2 ° C ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Sulfate 86 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Sulfate 53 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Sulfate 87 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Sulfate 54 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Sulfate 93 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L 64 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Sulfate 64 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Hardness 368 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Hardness 312 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Hardness 348 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Hardness 288 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Hardness 144 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Hardness 276 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 32 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 24 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 19 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L ENGELHOLM CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N 0.129 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N 0.138 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N 0.246 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.236 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.156 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N 0.251 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N 0.291 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N 0.414 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 59 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 34 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 44 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 32 mg/L 65 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 45.1 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 307 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 442 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 94.9 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 238 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 105 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 148 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 155 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 169 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 106 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 216 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 201 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 9800 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli 8200 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 8200 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 5500 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli 14000 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 17000 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 8700 MPN/100 mL FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.92 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.01 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.25 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.29 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.41 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.77 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.55 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.09 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.89 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.11 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.11 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.34 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 9.57 SU FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 7.68 SU FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 4.4 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 3.1 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 12.7 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 13.8 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 17.3 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 26.1 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 23.8 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 25.8 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 23.3 ° C 66 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 14 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 12.1 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 9.4 ° C FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate <10 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 76 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 89 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 19 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 46 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 51 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 84 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 76 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 190 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 400 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 456 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 136 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 412 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 320 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 440 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 448 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 964 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 32 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 71 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L FEE FEE CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L 67 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 40 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 236 mg/L FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Chloride 189 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Chloride 372 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 245 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 152 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 328 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 290 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 100 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 78.7 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 203 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 240 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 181 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli 150 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 240 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 1700 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 910 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 140 MPN/100 mL FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.9 mg/L FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.57 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.05 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.77 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.89 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.37 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.59 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.11 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.95 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.51 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.24 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.33 mg/L FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.59 SU FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.75 SU FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.07 SU FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.48 SU FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU 68 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 1.2 ° C FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 3.7 ° C FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 5.9 ° C FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 16.7 ° C FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 14.6 ° C FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 22.7 ° C FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 22.9 ° C FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 24.7 ° C FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 18.4 ° C FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 20.3 ° C FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 7.7 ° C FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 10 ° C FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 210 mg/L FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Sulfate 150 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 200 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 210 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 150 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 69 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 140 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 160 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 540 mg/L FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 408 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 456 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 540 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 580 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 464 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 188 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 404 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 468 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 420 mg/L FENTON CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L FENTON CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L FENTON CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L FENTON CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L FENTON CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L FENTON CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L FENTON CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L FENTON CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L FENTON CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L FENTON CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L FENTON CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L FENTON CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISH POT CREEK 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 69 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISH POT CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 161 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Chloride 154 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Chloride 326 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 161 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 122 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 164 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 71.3 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 67.8 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 41.1 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 133 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 120 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 118 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli 75 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 230 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 160 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 490 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 1400 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 4400 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 990 MPN/100 mL FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.96 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.25 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.99 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.29 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.03 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.25 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.19 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.41 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.86 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.02 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.49 mg/L 70 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.19 mg/L FISH POT CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.58 SU FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.63 SU FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.38 SU FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.37 SU FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.4 SU FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.29 SU FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.32 SU FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.54 SU FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 7.48 SU FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 9.1 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 9.5 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 11.2 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 14.7 ° C FISH POT CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 12.7 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 19.5 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 18.4 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 18.8 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 17.1 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 17.4 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 11.1 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 14.4 ° C FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 72 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Sulfate 35 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Sulfate 35 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 54 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 42 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 31 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 75 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 61 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 62 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 332 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 212 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 352 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 144 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 300 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L 71 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result FISHPOT CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L FISHPOT CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 176 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Chloride 185 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Chloride 316 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 174 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 129 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 196 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 95.2 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 71 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 58.4 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 126 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 116 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 90.6 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli 150 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 670 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 830 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 670 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 5200 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 220 MPN/100 mL 72 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.47 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.69 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.57 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.8 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.6 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.64 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.45 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.07 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.83 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.72 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.19 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.28 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.33 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.47 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.66 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.85 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 2.5 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 3.1 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 6.3 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 16.6 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 13.3 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 25 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 23.7 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 25.6 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 18.4 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 20.1 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 8.8 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 10.8 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/15/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/13/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 0.62 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/28/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/10/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 0.66 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/25/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/8/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 0.52 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 1.3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Sulfate 71 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 85 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 59 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 93 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 38 mg/L 73 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 72 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 79 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 404 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 312 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 360 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 392 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 296 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 392 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/25/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/8/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/25/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/8/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.08 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.09 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.37 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/25/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.1 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/8/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.09 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 21 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 22 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L 74 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 8/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 28 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Chloride 87.3 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Chloride 85.6 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Chloride 122 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Chloride 94.1 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.61 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.33 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.9 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.89 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 6.4 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 4 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 9.3 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 16.5 ° C GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Sulfate 72 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Sulfate 62 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Sulfate 64 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Sulfate 73 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 388 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 332 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 352 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 412 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L GRAND GLAIZE CREEK UNNAMED TRIBUTARY -A 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 68 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Ammonia as N 0.27 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Ammonia as N 0.144 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 75 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Chloride 168 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Chloride 185 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Chloride 382 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Chloride 183 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Chloride 167 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Chloride 189 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Chloride 57.4 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Chloride 33.4 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Chloride 161 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Chloride 56.3 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Chloride 95.8 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Chloride 91.6 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 E. coli 1700 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 E. coli 510 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 E. coli 270 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 E. coli 2100 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 E. coli 16000 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 E. coli 120 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 E. coli 4600 MPN/100 mL GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.03 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.42 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.87 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.54 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.55 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.17 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.25 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.33 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.71 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.11 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.21 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.58 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Field pH 8.59 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Field pH 8.06 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Field pH 7.43 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU 76 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Field pH 7.6 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Field pH 7.47 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Field pH 7.45 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Field pH 7.72 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Field Temperature 3.1 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Temperature 4.6 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Temperature 9.5 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Temperature 14.7 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Temperature 17.9 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Field Temperature 25.4 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Temperature 23.3 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Temperature 22.3 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Temperature 20.1 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Temperature 11.7 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Temperature 6 ° C GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Sulfate 68 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Sulfate 45 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Sulfate 77 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Sulfate 64 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Sulfate 26 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Sulfate 72 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Sulfate 26 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Sulfate 40 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Sulfate 35 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Total Hardness 376 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Hardness 360 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Hardness 404 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Hardness 348 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Total Hardness 376 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Hardness 104 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Hardness 232 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 1/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 6/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 68 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 37 mg/L 77 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result GRAVOIS CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 23 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L GRAVOIS CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 82.2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Chloride 68.2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Chloride 187 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 85.4 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 75.4 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 92 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 66.1 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 71.1 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 53 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 92.8 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 79.8 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 75.7 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 200 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 1500 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.59 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.68 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.53 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.73 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.38 mg/L 78 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.4 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.08 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.36 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.59 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.11 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.37 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.09 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.46 SU KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.43 SU KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.66 SU KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 6.8 ° C KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 4.2 ° C KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 15.5 ° C KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 14 ° C KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 22.4 ° C KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 18.9 ° C KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 21 ° C KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 17.3 ° C KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 18.2 ° C KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 10.7 ° C KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 14.4 ° C KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 38 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 58 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 47 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 53 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 200 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 248 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 280 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 240 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 200 mg/L 79 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 296 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 276 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 276 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L KIEFER CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 12.2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Chloride 11.4 mg/L LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 3/2/2021 Chloride 21.5 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 10.9 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 10.7 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 13.2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 11.4 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 12.4 mg/L LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 32.3 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 21 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 14.6 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 13.9 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL 80 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 160 MPN/100 mL LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 190 MPN/100 mL LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.79 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.36 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.27 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.77 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.01 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.21 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.3 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.96 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.58 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.51 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.58 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.02 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.27 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.91 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.73 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.85 SU LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 5.2 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 3.2 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 7.7 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 15.4 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 12.2 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 19 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 17.1 ° C LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 18.3 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 8.2 ° C LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 12.8 ° C LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 24 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Sulfate 17 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 19 mg/L LITTLE ANTI RE CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 24 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 18 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 19 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 21 mg/L 81 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 21 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 23 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 240 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 248 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 242 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 32 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L LITTLE ANTIRE CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N 0.146 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N 0.174 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 69 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 30 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 28.6 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 151 mg/L 82 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 210 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 33.8 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 57.1 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 32.7 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 97.8 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 70.5 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 103 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 84.2 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 116 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 132 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 7700 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 750 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 330 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli 450 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 330 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 1100 MPN/100 mL LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.05 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.26 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.59 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.77 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.7 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.77 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.61 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.16 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.44 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.05 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.41 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.85 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 8.32 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 8.32 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 8 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 2.9 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 23 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 12.4 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 13.4 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 17.3 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 25.9 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 23.5 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 23.8 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 21.9 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 13.9 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 10.8 ° C 83 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 10 ° C LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate 10 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 42 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 14 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 57 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 23 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 96 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 36 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 51 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 160 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 388 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 464 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 360 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 412 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 424 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 340 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 432 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 492 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 676 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 34 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 24 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 30 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 21 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L LOUISELLE CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Ammonia as N 0.242 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.229 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N 0.126 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 84 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N 0.137 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.392 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 7 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 7 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 8 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 8 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 32 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L 85 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 76 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 41 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 129 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Chloride 220 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Chloride 64.3 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Chloride 193 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Chloride 518 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Chloride 235 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Chloride 166 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Chloride 193 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Chloride 179 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Chloride 174 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Chloride 105 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Chloride 131 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Chloride 142 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Chloride 38.4 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Chloride 57.6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Chloride 50.3 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Chloride 35.8 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Chloride 49 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Chloride 70 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Chloride 17.7 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Chloride 60.2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Chloride 53.6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Chloride 69.6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Chloride 130 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Chloride 128 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Chloride 57.7 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Chloride 24.8 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 E. coli 96 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 E. coli 85 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 E. coli 280 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 E. coli 24000 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 E. coli 180 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 E. coli 2400 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 E. coli 420 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 E. coli 550 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 E. coli 1200 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 E. coli 160 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL 86 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.4 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.49 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.65 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.91 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.92 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.68 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.11 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.89 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.98 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.93 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.68 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.32 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.59 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.55 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.21 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.09 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.99 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.11 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.3 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.28 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.55 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.9 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.84 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.2 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.74 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.41 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.53 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Field pH 7.24 SU MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Field pH 7.42 SU MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Field pH 7.49 SU MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Field pH 8.31 SU MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.29 SU MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.75 SU MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.56 SU MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Field pH 8.12 SU MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.08 SU MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU 87 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.5 ° C MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 4.4 ° C MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 0.1 ° C MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.3 ° C MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 11.7 ° C MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 15.5 ° C MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.3 ° C MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 20.1 ° C MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.6 ° C MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 19 ° C MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 24.8 ° C MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.3 ° C MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 23.7 ° C MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 25.3 ° C MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 24.8 ° C MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 24.2 ° C MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 22.5 ° C MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 21.6 ° C MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 20.2 ° C MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 14.6 ° C MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 7.5 ° C MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 5.5 ° C MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 6.2 ° C MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 9.8 ° C MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Sulfate 31 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Sulfate 85 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Sulfate 38 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Sulfate 96 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Sulfate 85 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Sulfate 99 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Sulfate 92 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Sulfate 82 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Sulfate 62 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Sulfate 79 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Sulfate 23 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Sulfate 27 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Sulfate 21 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Sulfate 38 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Sulfate <10 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Sulfate 62 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Sulfate 68 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L 88 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Total Hardness 424 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Total Hardness 156 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Total Hardness 372 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Total Hardness 396 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Total Hardness 380 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Total Hardness 412 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Total Hardness 404 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Total Hardness 396 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Total Hardness 300 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Hardness 324 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Hardness 124 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Total Hardness 144 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Hardness 128 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Total Hardness 132 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Total Hardness 88 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Total Hardness 160 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Total Hardness 188 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Total Hardness 148 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 60 mg/L MALINE CREEK 1/26/2021 Total Suspended Solids 31 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L MALINE CREEK 2/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 32 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 3/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L MALINE CREEK 4/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L MALINE CREEK 5/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 36 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 89 mg/L MALINE CREEK 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 33 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 19 mg/L MALINE CREEK 7/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 21 mg/L MALINE CREEK 8/24/2021 Total Suspended Solids 48 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L MALINE CREEK 9/21/2021 Total Suspended Solids 844 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 10/19/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L MALINE CREEK 11/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L MALINE CREEK 12/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 27 mg/L 89 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MALINE CREEK 12/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 212 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Ammonia as N 0.128 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Chloride 168 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Chloride 143 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Chloride 274 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Chloride 197 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Chloride 186 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Chloride 205 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Chloride 118 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Chloride 206 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Chloride 63.4 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Chloride 150 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Chloride 179 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 E. coli 450 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 E. coli 1700 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 E. coli 770 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 E. coli 3900 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 E. coli 16000 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 E. coli 800 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 E. coli 3600 MPN/100 mL MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.64 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.24 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.33 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.82 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.73 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.71 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.4 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.04 mg/L 90 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.02 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.19 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.76 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.4 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Field pH 7.64 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Field pH 7.46 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Field pH 7.66 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Field pH 7.6 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Field pH 7.73 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Field Temperature 4.1 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Temperature 7.6 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Temperature 10.2 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Temperature 13.4 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Temperature 17.2 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Field Temperature 20.7 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Temperature 19.9 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Temperature 22 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Temperature 21.9 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.9 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Temperature 10.9 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Temperature 4.4 ° C MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Sulfate 60 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Sulfate 59 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Sulfate 59 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Sulfate 21 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Sulfate 43 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Total Hardness 436 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Hardness 328 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Hardness 452 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Hardness 488 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Hardness 416 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Total Hardness 580 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Hardness 456 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Hardness 432 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Hardness 432 mg/L 91 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MARTIGNEY CREEK 1/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 6/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L MARTIGNEY CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 29 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Chloride 145 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Chloride 161 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Chloride 341 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Chloride 62.7 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Chloride 160 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Chloride 169 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Chloride 65.5 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Chloride 44.5 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Chloride 153 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Chloride 61.5 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Chloride 82.5 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Chloride 113 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 E. coli 590 MPN/100 mL MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 E. coli 75 MPN/100 mL MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 E. coli 1700 MPN/100 mL 92 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 E. coli 9800 MPN/100 mL MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 E. coli 85 MPN/100 mL MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 E. coli 6500 MPN/100 mL MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.89 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.98 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.53 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.49 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.96 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.22 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.51 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.45 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.44 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.54 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.8 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.87 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Field pH 8.49 SU MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Field pH 8.16 SU MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Field Temperature 3.1 ° C MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Temperature 4.4 ° C MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Temperature 9.3 ° C MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Temperature 15.2 ° C MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Temperature 16.8 ° C MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Field Temperature 26.5 ° C MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Temperature 24.4 ° C MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Temperature 22.8 ° C MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Temperature 20.3 ° C MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Temperature 10.6 ° C MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Temperature 4.2 ° C MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Sulfate 46 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Sulfate 36 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Sulfate 40 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Sulfate 27 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Sulfate 46 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Sulfate 42 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Sulfate 15 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Sulfate 19 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Sulfate 36 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L 93 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Hardness 384 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Hardness 372 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Total Hardness 340 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Hardness 248 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Hardness 116 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Hardness 320 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Hardness 148 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Hardness 240 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Hardness 296 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 1/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 21 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 6/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 24 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MATTESE CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.52 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.02 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.33 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.7 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.17 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.38 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.42 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.43 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.87 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.93 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.03 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.78 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Field pH 8.4 SU MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Field pH 8.36 SU MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Field pH 8.25 SU MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Field pH 8.42 SU MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 8.18 SU MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 8.23 SU MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.13 SU MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Field pH 8.42 SU MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Field Temperature 15.6 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Field Temperature 14.8 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Field Temperature 14.2 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Field Temperature 14.5 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Field Temperature 22.8 ° C 94 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Field Temperature 23.5 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 25.4 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 25.5 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 26.3 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 27.8 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 24 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 24.2 ° C MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 19 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 24 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 18 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 21 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 26 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 41 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 8 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 12 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 15 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 22 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 21 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 23 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L 95 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.04 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.07 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.08 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.05 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.1 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.06 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.09 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.11 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.1 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.09 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 22 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 27 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 20 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 23 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 29 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 45 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 18 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 25 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 24 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 27 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 4/13/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 5/11/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids <4 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 6/8/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids <5 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 2 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 7/13/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 8/10/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 3 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids <4 mg/L MERAMEC RIVER 9/14/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 4 mg/L MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Ammonia as N 0.13 mg/L MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Ammonia as N 0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Ammonia as N 0.121 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L 96 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 39 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Chloride 47 mg/L MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Chloride 77.3 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Chloride 74.5 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Chloride 62.8 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Chloride 64.5 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Chloride 14.8 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Chloride 61.4 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Chloride 70.9 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Chloride 72.4 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Chloride 66.9 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Chloride 74.8 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Chloride 29 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 E. coli 1800 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 E. coli 370 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 E. coli 800 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 E. coli 2200 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 E. coli 2000 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 E. coli 1700 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 E. coli 470 MPN/100 mL MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.25 mg/L MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.25 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.7 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.01 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.36 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.96 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.68 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.42 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.31 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.55 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.36 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.87 mg/L MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Field pH 7.02 SU MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU 97 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Temperature 5 ° C MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Temperature 1.8 ° C MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Temperature 10 ° C MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Temperature 11.7 ° C MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Temperature 12.3 ° C MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Temperature 26.2 ° C MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Temperature 20 ° C MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Temperature 20.4 ° C MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Temperature 13 ° C MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Temperature 10.2 ° C MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Temperature 6.7 ° C MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Sulfate 45 mg/L MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Sulfate 74 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Sulfate 71 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Sulfate 79 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Sulfate 18 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Sulfate 71 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Sulfate 82 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Sulfate 85 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Sulfate 73 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Sulfate 79 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Hardness 468 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Hardness 460 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Hardness 432 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Hardness 516 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Hardness 152 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Hardness 440 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Hardness 484 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Hardness 484 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Hardness 468 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Hardness 492 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Hardness 196 mg/L MILL CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 123 mg/L MILL CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L MILL CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 79 mg/L MILL CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 87 mg/L MILL CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 43 mg/L MILL CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 57 mg/L MILL CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 43 mg/L MILL CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 19 mg/L MILL CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 57 mg/L MILL CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 36 mg/L MILL CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L MILL CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 130 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Alkalinity 161 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Alkalinity 161 mg/L 98 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Alkalinity 148 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Alkalinity 149 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Alkalinity 160 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Alkalinity 158 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Alkalinity 115 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Alkalinity 112 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Alkalinity 160 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Alkalinity 160 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Alkalinity 158 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Alkalinity 158 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Alkalinity 204 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Alkalinity 205 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Alkalinity 168 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Alkalinity 167 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 99 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 20 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 98 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 150 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 480 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 E. coli 98 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 240 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 220 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 320 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 200 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 190 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 E. coli 1100 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 E. coli 730 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 E. coli 340 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 E. coli 560 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 E. coli 710 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 E. coli 820 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 140 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 98 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 190 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 84 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 160 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 E. coli 20 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 E. coli 20 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 1500 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 1200 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 980 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 1700 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 1400 MPN/100 mL 100 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 E. coli 780 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 E. coli 460 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 E. coli 1400 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 E. coli 710 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 E. coli 750 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 E. coli 820 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli 20 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 E. coli 120 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 E. coli 97 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 E. coli 160 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 E. coli 190 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 E. coli 270 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 E. coli 500 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 120 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 310 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 510 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 E. coli 74 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 E. coli 30 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 240 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 6500 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 5500 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 4600 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 790 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 290 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 E. coli 75 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/12/2021 E. coli 370 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 30 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 73 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 75 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 75 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 30 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/27/2021 E. coli 1200 MPN/100 mL MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.16 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.33 mg/L 101 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.49 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.51 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.39 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 15.04 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.79 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.96 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.84 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.68 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.7 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.02 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.9 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.14 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.91 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.9 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.8 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.1 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.83 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.83 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.9 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.87 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.63 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.29 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.36 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.56 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.26 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.31 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.11 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.39 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.33 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.08 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.08 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.16 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.33 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.26 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.23 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.25 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.57 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.14 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.88 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.88 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.91 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.93 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.91 mg/L 102 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.48 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.53 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.6 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.58 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.56 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.5 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.33 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.24 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.26 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.29 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.24 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.39 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.44 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.51 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.54 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.61 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.63 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.71 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.4 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.36 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.45 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.39 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.52 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.34 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.39 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.13 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.02 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.77 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.08 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.32 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.28 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.8 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.89 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.16 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.88 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.81 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.65 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.05 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.06 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.97 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.87 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.73 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.69 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.73 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.8 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.01 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.9 mg/L 103 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.97 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.81 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.8 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.47 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.54 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.68 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.89 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.03 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.98 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.19 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.27 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.23 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.51 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.33 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.97 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.47 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.31 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.55 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.38 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.45 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.81 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.6 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.26 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.22 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.19 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.25 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.15 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.37 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.61 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.56 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.49 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.65 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.86 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.32 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.69 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.72 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.08 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.86 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.03 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.96 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.8 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.66 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.68 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 14.02 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.42 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.77 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.74 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.95 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.31 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.49 mg/L 104 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.38 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.44 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.41 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.41 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.43 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.54 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.41 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.44 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.48 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.49 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field pH 8.44 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field pH 8.16 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field pH 8.2 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field pH 8.23 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.14 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.13 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.15 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.78 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.66 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.55 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.65 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field pH 8 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.91 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.14 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU 105 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.17 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.21 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.25 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.64 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.63 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.61 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.61 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.11 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.15 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.14 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.12 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.12 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.36 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.34 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.33 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.3 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.27 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU 106 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.27 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.3 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.31 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.32 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.35 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.41 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/12/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.95 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.91 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/27/2021 Field pH 8.11 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.06 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.2 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.13 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.21 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.32 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field pH 8.32 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field pH 8.27 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field pH 8.24 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field pH 8.38 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field pH 8.34 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field pH 8.59 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.45 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.43 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.38 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.39 SU 107 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.4 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field pH 8.37 SU MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.54 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.55 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.41 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.47 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.74 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 1.1 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 2.89 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 2.76 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 2.94 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 3.04 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 2.96 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 2.65 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 1.37 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 2.07 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 1.64 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 1.45 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 1.51 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 1.61 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.74 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.88 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 2.57 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.77 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.98 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 1.65 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 7 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 6.96 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 6.67 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 6.98 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 6.3 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 8.02 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 8 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 7.89 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 7.95 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 8.2 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 8.15 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 7.78 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.01 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.28 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.49 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.69 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.79 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.9 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.54 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.68 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.54 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.4 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 13.45 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 12.9 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.44 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.42 ° C 108 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.58 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.53 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.65 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.65 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.15 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.19 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.17 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.21 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.17 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.2 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 21.02 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 21.13 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 21.05 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 21.06 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 21.09 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 21.09 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 27.08 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 27.1 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 26.92 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 26.94 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 27.15 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 27.01 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.81 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.83 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.83 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.91 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.85 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.85 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 26.62 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 26.61 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 26.58 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 26.61 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 26.57 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 26.53 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.03 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.13 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.19 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.33 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.29 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 28.28 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 28.4 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 28.73 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 28.43 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 28.43 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 28.47 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 28.58 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 29.29 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 29.26 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 29.42 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 29.39 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 29.28 ° C 109 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 25.71 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 25.79 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 26.06 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 25.96 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 26.13 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 26.27 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.63 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.29 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.48 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.4 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.13 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.35 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 23.07 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 23.07 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 23.05 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 23.06 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 23.08 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 22.99 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/12/2021 Field Temperature 21.69 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.84 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.76 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.61 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.74 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.61 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 19.05 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/27/2021 Field Temperature 15.17 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 12.21 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 12.27 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 12.17 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 12.13 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 12.08 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 12.07 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 9.72 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 9.6 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 9.69 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 9.77 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 9.49 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 9.36 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 6.45 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 6.46 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 5.94 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 6.12 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 5.68 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 6.12 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 5.98 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 6.16 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 6.5 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 5.5 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 5.64 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 5.53 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 6.89 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 6.2 ° C 110 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 6.42 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 6.34 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 5.9 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 6.63 ° C MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 3.37 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.62 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.51 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.66 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.61 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.37 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.14 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.08 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.07 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.07 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 2.09 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L 111 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.77 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.02 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.91 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.06 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.01 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.77 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L 112 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.82 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.48 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.47 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.19 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.49 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.12 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.7 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.63 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.78 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.4 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.34 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.29 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.34 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.41 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.41 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.41 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.23 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.24 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.46 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.33 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.33 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.29 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.31 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.31 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.56 mg/L 113 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.61 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.44 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.24 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.61 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.19 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.18 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.19 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.26 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.2 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.19 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.25 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.24 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.25 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.25 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.24 mg/L MISSISSIPPI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.21 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 114 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 20 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 150 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 E. coli 250 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 2400 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 2200 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 E. coli 910 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli 10 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli <10 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 E. coli 75 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 710 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 E. coli 960 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 63 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 E. coli 41 MPN/100 mL MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.73 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.71 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.7 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.5 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.58 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.67 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.67 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.83 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.01 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.28 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.11 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.02 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.04 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.02 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.02 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.59 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.42 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.43 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.97 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.83 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.8 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.73 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.8 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.89 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU 115 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.13 SU MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.25 SU MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field pH 8.23 SU MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.35 SU MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.3 SU MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.29 SU MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 8.19 SU MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field pH 8.22 SU MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.67 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.88 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 12.87 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 19.1 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 19.14 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.95 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 20.45 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 20.78 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 20.79 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.15 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.44 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 24.67 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.03 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 28.91 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 29.06 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 28.89 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 28.87 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 28.88 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 28.82 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.87 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 25.67 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.51 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.72 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 18.86 ° C MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L 116 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 3.36 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 3.08 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.06 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.08 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.06 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.56 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 3.92 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen 4.47 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L 117 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.28 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.28 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 4/6/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.36 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.23 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.23 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 5/4/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.29 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.41 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/1/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.29 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 1.38 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.94 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 1.02 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 7/27/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.16 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 8/24/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.17 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.19 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 9/21/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.18 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.2 mg/L MISSOURI RIVER 10/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Ammonia as N 0.14 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.182 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.21 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N 0.14 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N 0.582 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Ammonia as N 1.081 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 118 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Ammonia as N 0.357 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.326 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 14 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 13 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 35 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 32 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 43 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 62 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 50 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 31 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L 119 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 58 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Chloride 154 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Chloride 134 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Chloride 347 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Chloride 886 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Chloride 355 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Chloride 259 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Chloride 267 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Chloride 216 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Chloride 165 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Chloride 62.3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Chloride 177 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Chloride 215 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Chloride 69.5 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Chloride 101 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Chloride 75.7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Chloride 171 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Chloride 35.8 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Chloride 65.2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Chloride 120 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Chloride 130 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Chloride 155 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Chloride 141 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Chloride 89.7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Chloride 91.6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 E. coli 12000 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 E. coli 500 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 E. coli 10000 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 E. coli 880 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 E. coli 620 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 E. coli 3900 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 E. coli 750 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 E. coli 510 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 E. coli 1100 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 E. coli 140 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 E. coli 20000 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 E. coli 780 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 E. coli 2200 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.79 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.8 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.99 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.96 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.65 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.14 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.94 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.84 mg/L 120 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.48 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.28 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.86 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.11 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.13 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.32 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.44 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.79 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.69 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.39 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.73 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.41 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.23 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.63 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.79 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.47 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.59 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Field pH 8.2 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Field pH 8.91 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Field pH 8.04 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Field pH 8.3 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.91 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Field pH 7.6 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Field pH 8.11 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Field pH 8.12 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Field pH 8 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Field pH 8.21 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 4.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 4.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 0 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 4.6 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.3 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 11.6 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 16 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 10.8 ° C 121 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 18.1 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 16.9 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 18.1 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 23.5 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 25.7 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 24.7 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 25.9 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 25.2 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 21.5 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 19.1 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 14.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 8.1 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 8.2 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 5.2 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 5.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 8.2 ° C RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Sulfate 96 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Sulfate 93 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Sulfate 86 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Sulfate 56 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Sulfate 68 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Sulfate 96 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Sulfate 42 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Sulfate 91 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Sulfate 80 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Sulfate 71 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Sulfate 87 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Total Hardness 200 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Total Hardness 392 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Total Hardness 328 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Total Hardness 324 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Total Hardness 380 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Total Hardness 384 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L 122 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Total Hardness 104 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Total Hardness 152 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Total Hardness 196 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Total Hardness 232 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Total Hardness 192 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Total Hardness 288 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Total Hardness 76 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Total Hardness 148 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Total Hardness 240 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 1/26/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 2/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 3/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 4/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 5/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 163 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 7/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 8/24/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 9/21/2021 Total Suspended Solids 26 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 10/19/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 11/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES - UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH (ABOVE TU 12/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 48 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Ammonia as N 0.308 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.475 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.192 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 123 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Ammonia as N 0.262 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Ammonia as N 0.333 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Ammonia as N 0.396 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Ammonia as N 0.131 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.138 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 5 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 8 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 10 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Biochemical Oxygen Demand 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 36 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L 124 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 39 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 39 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 24 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 26 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 33 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 97 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Chloride 198 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Chloride 74.6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Chloride 210 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Chloride 548 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Chloride 233 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Chloride 113 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Chloride 192 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Chloride 168 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Chloride 162 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Chloride 56.8 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Chloride 119 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Chloride 162 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Chloride 33.3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Chloride 56.8 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Chloride 96.7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Chloride 59.4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Chloride 45.8 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Chloride 86.4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Chloride 21.4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Chloride 58.2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Chloride 118 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Chloride 148 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Chloride 87.4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Chloride 61.3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Chloride 94.7 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 E. coli 1400 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 E. coli 460 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 E. coli 1900 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 E. coli 610 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 E. coli 20000 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 E. coli 12000 MPN/100 mL 125 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 E. coli 810 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 E. coli 990 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 E. coli 450 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 E. coli >24196 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.98 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.45 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.29 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.99 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.35 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.49 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.51 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.46 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.38 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.03 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.54 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.6 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.89 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.65 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.54 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.36 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.24 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.11 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.84 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.34 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.78 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.21 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.55 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.76 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.81 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Field pH 8.43 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Field pH 7.77 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Field pH 7.6 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.33 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Field pH 8.06 SU 126 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Field pH 7.86 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Field pH 8.16 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Field pH 7.81 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Field Temperature 0.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Field Temperature 5.1 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Field Temperature 0 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Field Temperature 3.6 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Field Temperature 10.3 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Field Temperature 12.7 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Field Temperature 15.2 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Field Temperature 10.3 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Field Temperature 20.1 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Field Temperature 17.3 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Field Temperature 19.4 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 23.5 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 26.4 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 24 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Field Temperature 24.7 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 25.9 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Field Temperature 24.4 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Field Temperature 21.4 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Field Temperature 19.6 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Field Temperature 13 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Field Temperature 7.9 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Field Temperature 7.5 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Field Temperature 5.6 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Field Temperature 6.3 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Field Temperature 7.9 ° C RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Sulfate 51 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Sulfate 95 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Sulfate 44 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Sulfate 99 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Sulfate 61 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Sulfate 100 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Sulfate 89 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Sulfate 82 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Sulfate 81 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Sulfate 53 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Sulfate 77 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Sulfate 15 mg/L 127 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Sulfate 84 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Sulfate 88 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Sulfate 120 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Sulfate 110 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Sulfate 130 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Total Hardness 300 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Total Hardness 208 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Total Hardness 324 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Total Hardness 312 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Total Hardness 140 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Total Hardness 204 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Total Hardness 120 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Total Hardness 140 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Total Hardness 168 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Total Hardness 228 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 1/26/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 2/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 27 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 3/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 4/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 5/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 29 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 17 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 20 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 7/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 8/24/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 9/21/2021 Total Suspended Solids 1136 mg/L 128 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 10/19/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 11/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L RIVER DES PERES (BELOW TUNNEL) 12/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Ammonia as N 0.124 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Chloride 165 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Chloride 152 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Chloride 96.6 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Chloride 35.4 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Chloride 46.1 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 E. coli 680 MPN/100 mL SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 E. coli 660 MPN/100 mL SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 E. coli 9800 MPN/100 mL SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 E. coli 11000 MPN/100 mL SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.64 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.96 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.1 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.11 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.65 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field pH 7.28 SU SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Temperature 4.7 ° C SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Temperature 17.6 ° C SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Temperature 22.1 ° C SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Temperature 22.6 ° C SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Temperature 19.9 ° C SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Sulfate 85 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Sulfate 97 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Sulfate 60 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Sulfate 43 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Hardness 308 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Hardness 396 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Hardness 120 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Hardness 124 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L 129 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SHADY GROVE CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SHADY GROVE CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Alkalinity 173 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Alkalinity 178 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Alkalinity 150 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Alkalinity 172 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Alkalinity 93 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Alkalinity 111 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Alkalinity 130 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Alkalinity 128 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Alkalinity 122 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Alkalinity 111 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Alkalinity 94 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Chlorophyll A 24 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Chlorophyll A 18 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Chlorophyll A 46 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Chlorophyll A 17 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Chlorophyll A <1.0 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Chlorophyll A 11 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Chlorophyll A 13 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Chlorophyll A 9.5 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Chlorophyll A 61 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Chlorophyll A 48 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Chlorophyll A 16 µg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.79 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.29 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.41 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.02 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.73 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.46 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.15 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.1 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.17 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.8 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 2.32 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Field pH 8.2 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Field pH 8.45 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Field pH 8.44 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Field pH 7.09 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Field pH 8.16 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.62 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Field pH 8.1 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Field pH 8.51 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.8 SU SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Field Secchi Depth 1.75 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Field Secchi Depth 1.75 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Field Secchi Depth 2.25 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Field Secchi Depth 1.75 feet 130 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Field Secchi Depth 0.25 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Field Secchi Depth 1.5 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Field Secchi Depth 2 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Field Secchi Depth 1.75 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Field Secchi Depth 2.75 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Field Secchi Depth 2 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Field Secchi Depth 1 feet SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Field Specific Conductance 875 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Field Specific Conductance 782 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Field Specific Conductance 629 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Field Specific Conductance 718 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Field Specific Conductance 343 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Field Specific Conductance 421 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Field Specific Conductance 521 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Field Specific Conductance 900 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Field Specific Conductance 498 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Field Specific Conductance 445 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Field Specific Conductance 375 umhos SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 19 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Field Temperature 19.4 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Field Temperature 19.3 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Field Temperature 28.1 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Field Temperature 28 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Field Temperature 27 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 30 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Field Temperature 20.5 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Field Temperature 29.8 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Field Temperature 26.3 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 12 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids <6 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids <5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 35 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 7 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 2 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids <4 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Fixed Suspended Solids 36 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 0.14 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 0.9 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite <0.5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Nitrate + Nitrite 0.88 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L 131 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Total Nitrogen <3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.07 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.08 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.11 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.04 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.25 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.1 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.07 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.06 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.06 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.06 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Total Phosphorus 0.22 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Total Suspended Solids 18 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 43 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 44 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/5/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 5/19/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 6 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/2/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 6 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/15/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 6/29/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids <10 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/13/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 6 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 7/28/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 3 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/10/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 8/25/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 5 mg/L 132 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/8/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SIMPSON PARK LAKE 9/22/2021 Volatile Suspended Solids 8 mg/L SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Ammonia as N 0.157 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.196 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Ammonia as N 0.186 mg/L SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Ammonia as N 0.607 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 88 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 27 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 38 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 37 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 50 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 25 mg/L SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 34 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Chloride 57.6 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Chloride 187 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Chloride 272 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Chloride 85.7 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Chloride 163 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Chloride 46 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Chloride 94.4 mg/L SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Chloride 163 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Chloride 180 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Chloride 85.7 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Chloride 168 mg/L SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Chloride 146 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 E. coli 5500 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 E. coli 31 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 E. coli 570 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 E. coli 24000 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 E. coli 410 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 E. coli 260 MPN/100 mL SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.52 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.99 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.62 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.29 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.14 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.77 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 2.68 mg/L 133 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.59 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.07 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.66 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.47 mg/L SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.56 mg/L SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Field pH 8.97 SU SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Field pH 7.63 SU SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Field pH 7.73 SU SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Field pH 7.52 SU SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Field pH 7.58 SU SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Field pH 7.57 SU SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Field Temperature 2.8 ° C SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Field Temperature 2.1 ° C SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Field Temperature 10.2 ° C SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Field Temperature 13.9 ° C SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Field Temperature 15.3 ° C SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Field Temperature 24.3 ° C SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Field Temperature 23.8 ° C SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Field Temperature 23.6 ° C SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Field Temperature 22 ° C SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Field Temperature 12.9 ° C SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Field Temperature 8.9 ° C SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Field Temperature 9.6 ° C SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Sulfate 62 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Sulfate 88 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Sulfate 31 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Sulfate 61 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Sulfate 84 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Sulfate 97 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Sulfate 86 mg/L SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Sulfate 77 mg/L SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Hardness 170 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Hardness 332 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Hardness 392 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Hardness 168 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Hardness 160 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Hardness 276 mg/L SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Hardness 412 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Hardness 400 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Hardness 484 mg/L 134 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Hardness 368 mg/L SMITH CREEK 1/25/2021 Total Suspended Solids 864 mg/L SMITH CREEK 2/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L SMITH CREEK 3/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SMITH CREEK 4/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 46 mg/L SMITH CREEK 5/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L SMITH CREEK 6/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 75 mg/L SMITH CREEK 7/28/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L SMITH CREEK 8/23/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L SMITH CREEK 9/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L SMITH CREEK 10/18/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SMITH CREEK 11/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SMITH CREEK 12/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Chloride 50 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Chloride 33.9 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Chloride 49.6 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Chloride 40.9 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Chloride 38.7 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Chloride 50.3 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Chloride 39.9 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Chloride 50.6 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Chloride 36.5 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Chloride 56.2 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Chloride 61.4 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Chloride 47.8 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 E. coli 52 MPN/100 mL SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 E. coli 320 MPN/100 mL SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 E. coli 1400 MPN/100 mL 135 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 E. coli 280 MPN/100 mL SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 E. coli 1000 MPN/100 mL SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 E. coli 9200 MPN/100 mL SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 E. coli 280 MPN/100 mL SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.29 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.5 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.52 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.22 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.26 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.05 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.92 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.36 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.74 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.11 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.21 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.03 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.36 SU SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Field pH 8.13 SU SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.72 SU SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.21 SU SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.9 SU SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Field pH 7.96 SU SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.87 SU SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 4.9 ° C SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 7.1 ° C SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 9.5 ° C SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 15.7 ° C SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 13.2 ° C SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 21.7 ° C SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 20.1 ° C SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 22.3 ° C SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 16.9 ° C SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 18.8 ° C SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 8.1 ° C SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 13.6 ° C SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Sulfate 35 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Sulfate 22 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Sulfate 23 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Sulfate 27 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Sulfate 36 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Sulfate 30 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Sulfate 26 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Sulfate 51 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Sulfate 44 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L 136 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 176 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 192 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 220 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 236 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 204 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 264 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 220 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L SPRING BRANCH 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Chloride 111 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Chloride 160 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Chloride 114 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Chloride 75.8 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Chloride 74 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Chloride 115 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Chloride 118 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Chloride 122 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 E. coli 680 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 E. coli 240 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 E. coli 450 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 E. coli 310 MPN/100 mL 137 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 E. coli 2100 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 E. coli 280 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.87 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.02 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.03 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.25 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.57 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.64 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.39 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.93 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.76 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Field pH 8 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Field pH 8.07 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 13.6 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 24.5 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 17.5 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 20.4 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 6.8 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 12.8 ° C SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Sulfate 54 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Sulfate 93 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Sulfate 65 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Sulfate 48 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Sulfate 55 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Sulfate 85 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Sulfate 99 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Sulfate 96 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 368 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 348 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 216 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 284 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 318 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (I) 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Ammonia as N 0.634 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L 138 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Chloride 98.7 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Chloride 73.1 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Chloride 118 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Chloride 97.3 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Chloride 81 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Chloride 108 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Chloride 65.2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Chloride 56.1 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Chloride 144 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Chloride 50.3 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Chloride 86.2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Chloride 113 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 E. coli 170 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 E. coli 680 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 E. coli 340 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 E. coli 630 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 E. coli 2400 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 E. coli 210 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 E. coli 2800 MPN/100 mL SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.61 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.78 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.98 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.14 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.92 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.85 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.03 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.67 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.96 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.92 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.91 mg/L 139 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.33 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Field pH 8.08 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Field pH 8.28 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Field pH 8.09 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Field pH 7.84 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Field pH 7.92 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Field pH 8.06 SU SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Field Temperature 2.8 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Field Temperature 4.7 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Field Temperature 10.3 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Field Temperature 14 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Field Temperature 16.5 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Field Temperature 25.4 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Field Temperature 22.1 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Field Temperature 22.3 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Field Temperature 21.8 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Field Temperature 19.8 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Field Temperature 10.7 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Field Temperature 4.3 ° C SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Sulfate 44 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Sulfate 37 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Sulfate 43 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Sulfate 43 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Sulfate 31 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Sulfate 41 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Total Hardness 380 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Total Hardness 360 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Total Hardness 348 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Total Hardness 360 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Total Hardness 368 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Total Hardness 280 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Total Hardness 216 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Total Hardness 344 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Total Hardness 192 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Total Hardness 320 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Total Hardness 400 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 1/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 2/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 3/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L 140 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result SUGAR CREEK (II) 4/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 5/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 6/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 7/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 70 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 8/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 9/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 10/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 11/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L SUGAR CREEK (II) 12/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 32 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 28 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Chloride 114 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Chloride 192 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Chloride 53.7 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Chloride 69.3 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Chloride 42.4 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Chloride 30.7 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Chloride 38.5 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Chloride 77.1 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Chloride 47.4 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Chloride 51.5 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 E. coli 1100 MPN/100 mL TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 E. coli 300 MPN/100 mL TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 E. coli 540 MPN/100 mL TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 E. coli 12000 MPN/100 mL TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 E. coli 330 MPN/100 mL TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 E. coli 1200 MPN/100 mL TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.62 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.31 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.64 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 4.82 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.15 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.11 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.22 mg/L 141 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.45 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.38 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.84 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field pH 8.85 SU TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Field pH 8.39 SU TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field pH 7.59 SU TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field pH 7.54 SU TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field pH 7.88 SU TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Field pH 8 SU TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Field pH 7.94 SU TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Field pH 7.79 SU TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Field Temperature 3.1 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Field Temperature 14.8 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Field Temperature 17.9 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Field Temperature 23.5 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Field Temperature 23 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Field Temperature 21.4 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Field Temperature 19.1 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Field Temperature 9.4 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Field Temperature 3.4 ° C TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Sulfate 50 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Sulfate 56 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Sulfate 89 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Sulfate 66 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Sulfate 39 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Sulfate 27 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Sulfate 64 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Sulfate 60 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Sulfate 63 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Sulfate 53 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Hardness 212 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Hardness 304 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Hardness 324 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Hardness 316 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Hardness 212 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Hardness 128 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Hardness 232 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Hardness 250 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 2/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 3/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 4/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 5/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids <2 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 7/12/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 8/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 9/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 10/4/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L TWOMILE CREEK 11/1/2021 Total Suspended Solids 2 mg/L 142 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result TWOMILE CREEK 12/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 22 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 21 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Chloride 84.2 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Chloride 144 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Chloride 187 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Chloride 70.4 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Chloride 110 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Chloride 30.4 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Chloride 77.7 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Chloride 62.2 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Chloride 140 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Chloride 66.9 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Chloride 94.3 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Chloride 33.6 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 E. coli 2200 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 E. coli 110 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 E. coli 2400 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 E. coli 360 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 E. coli 1600 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 E. coli 330 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 E. coli 86 MPN/100 mL WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.78 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 12.1 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.59 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.62 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 11.34 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 3.81 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 5.89 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.61 mg/L 143 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.44 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.94 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 13.59 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.84 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Field pH 8.53 SU WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Field pH 8.52 SU WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Field pH 8.23 SU WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Field pH 7.48 SU WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Field pH 8.31 SU WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Field pH 7.31 SU WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Field pH 8.01 SU WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Field pH 7.71 SU WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Field pH 7.97 SU WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Field pH 8.05 SU WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Field pH 8.23 SU WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Field pH 7.82 SU WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Field Temperature 3.3 ° C WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Field Temperature 0.1 ° C WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Field Temperature 9.8 ° C WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Field Temperature 12.2 ° C WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Field Temperature 17.1 ° C WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Field Temperature 23.2 ° C WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Field Temperature 27.1 ° C WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Field Temperature 26.2 ° C WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Field Temperature 24.4 ° C WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Field Temperature 14.6 ° C WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Field Temperature 9.9 ° C WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Field Temperature 6.5 ° C WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Sulfate 52 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Sulfate 80 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Sulfate 70 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Sulfate 51 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Sulfate 63 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Sulfate 29 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Sulfate 68 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Sulfate 45 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Sulfate 84 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Sulfate 57 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Sulfate 88 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Hardness 364 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Hardness 312 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Hardness 144 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Hardness 280 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Hardness 376 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Hardness 320 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Hardness 132 mg/L 144 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result WATKINS CREEK 1/27/2021 Total Suspended Solids 9 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 2/8/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 3/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 142 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 4/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 12 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 5/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 8 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 6/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 67 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 7/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 8/30/2021 Total Suspended Solids 16 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 9/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 10/20/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 11/9/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L WATKINS CREEK 12/29/2021 Total Suspended Solids 25 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 37 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 44.6 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Chloride 34.7 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Chloride 59 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 41.3 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 38 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 55.5 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 48.1 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 36 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 44.7 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 57.1 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 49.4 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 52.9 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli 85 MPN/100 mL WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 570 MPN/100 mL WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 310 MPN/100 mL WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 410 MPN/100 mL 145 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 810 MPN/100 mL WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 4600 MPN/100 mL WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 500 MPN/100 mL WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.5 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.87 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.1 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.89 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.34 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.1 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.49 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.99 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.19 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.97 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.04 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 8.43 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 8 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Field pH 8.38 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Field pH 8.33 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 7.48 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.31 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 7.61 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.66 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 7.61 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 7.7 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 7.83 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.67 SU WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 9.7 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Field Temperature 10.7 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Field Temperature 11 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 14.1 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 14.7 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 16.9 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 16.7 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 17.1 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 18.4 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 19.2 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 6.8 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 14.1 ° C WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 26 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 26 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 33 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 25 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 32 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 31 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 34 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 256 mg/L 146 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Hardness 164 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 260 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 288 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 252 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 224 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 300 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 272 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 268 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 292 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 2/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 3/2/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 3 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 440 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 13 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 11 mg/L WILLIAMS CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 7 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Ammonia as N <0.12 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 23 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand 20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Chemical Oxygen Demand <20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Chloride 160 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Chloride 17.5 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Chloride 11.4 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Chloride 184 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Chloride 12.3 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Chloride 109 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Chloride 28 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Chloride 47.5 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Chloride 76.9 mg/L 147 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Chloride 97.7 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 E. coli 30 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 E. coli 160 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 E. coli 140 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 E. coli 86 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 E. coli 400 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 E. coli 4900 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 E. coli 370 MPN/100 mL YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.31 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.97 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.37 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.38 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.61 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 6.45 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.95 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 7.16 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 10.04 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Dissolved Oxygen 9.37 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Field pH 7.89 SU YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Field pH 7.99 SU YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Field pH 7.98 SU YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Field pH 8.27 SU YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Field pH 7.69 SU YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Field pH 8.02 SU YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Field pH 8.03 SU YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Field pH 8.14 SU YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Field pH 7.85 SU YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Field Temperature 3.2 ° C YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Field Temperature 17 ° C YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Field Temperature 16.4 ° C YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Field Temperature 21.7 ° C YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Field Temperature 26.2 ° C YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Field Temperature 23.9 ° C YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Field Temperature 18 ° C YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Field Temperature 20 ° C YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Field Temperature 6.8 ° C YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Field Temperature 10.1 ° C YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Sulfate 88 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Sulfate 16 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Sulfate 10 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Sulfate 93 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Sulfate 13 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Sulfate 49 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Sulfate 15 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Sulfate 20 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Sulfate 40 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Sulfate 28 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Hardness 386 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Hardness 184 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Hardness 156 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Hardness 400 mg/L 148 Part D Water Sample Analysis Location Sample Date Parameter Result YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Hardness 180 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Hardness 244 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Hardness 92 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Hardness 140 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Hardness 212 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Hardness 172 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 1/13/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 4/7/2021 Total Suspended Solids 15 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 5/5/2021 Total Suspended Solids 23 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 6/16/2021 Total Suspended Solids 21 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 7/14/2021 Total Suspended Solids 14 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 8/11/2021 Total Suspended Solids 6 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 9/22/2021 Total Suspended Solids 10 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 10/6/2021 Total Suspended Solids 38 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 11/3/2021 Total Suspended Solids 4 mg/L YARNELL CREEK 12/15/2021 Total Suspended Solids 5 mg/L 149 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part E ARAP Submittal Status In accordance with Section 6.1.H of Operating Permit MOR040005 (MS4 permit) issued November 1, 2021, we are providing this TMDL ARAP status report on behalf of MSD and its MS4 co-permittees who are identified with applicable Waste Load Allocations in TMDLs within the St. Louis MS4 plan area. The ARAPs for Deer Creek, Black Creek, Gravois Creek, and Maline Creek Bacteria (E. coli) TMDLs were approved by the Department on January 6, 2022. One ARAP to address a Bacteria (E. coli) TMDL is currently under development for Fee Fee Creek and is scheduled for submittal on or before April 14, 2023. 150 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part E ARAP Implementation Status Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) Assumptions and Requirement Attainment Plans (ARAPs) for Creve Coeur Creek, Coldwater Creek, Fishpot Creek and Watkins Creek were approved by the Department on August 14, 2019. Bacteria TMDL ARAPs for Gravois Creek, Maline Creek, and Black Creek and Deer Creek were approved by the Department on January 6, 2022. Information provided in this section includes a summary of TMDL ARAP BMPs targeting bacteria that have been performed in each watershed according to approved schedules. Additionally, status updates are provided for each BMP implementation schedule and SSO Control Master Plan Project associated with each TMDL ARAP. Bacteria TMDL ARAP implementation is scheduled to begin in the first year following removal of the last Constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow (CSSO) outfall in each watershed. In Fishpot Creek watershed, TMDL ARAP implementation began in September, 2019 and these efforts continue in accordance with the approved schedule. In 2021, Bacteria TMDL ARAP implementation began in Creve Coeur Creek watershed as scheduled. For 2021 the implementation of water quality BMPs targeting bacteria occurred in both Fishpot Creek and Creve Coeur Creek watersheds and work summaries are provided for BMP numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 in each. Visual storm sewer system inspections (TMDL ARAP BMP #2) and response actions (TMDL ARAP BMP #3) in Fishpot Creek are reported from January 1 through December 31, 2020. Over this period, visual inspections evaluated 2,497 assets spanning approximately 45.28 miles of stormwater sewers. In total, 60 problem findings from 53 sewer assets were discovered. Problem findings were related to newly discovered tap break-in connections and infiltration. MSD's Division of Environmental Compliance (DEC) personnel reviewed CCTV inspection video and base map information, and ultimately conducted 38 field investigations to determine if any findings could be potential sources of bacteria. DEC personnel inspected access manholes upstream and downstream of reported findings and investigated drainage areas for both public and private drains. Incidental wildlife waste (i.e. raccoon feces) was discovered during six of these investigations; however, none of the problem findings in Fishpot Creek watershed were attributed to illegal sanitary connections, failing individual sewage disposal systems, livestock or pet waste. In 2021, visual inspections in Fishpot Creek watershed evaluated 1,030 assets spanning 17.85 miles of stormwater sewers that resulted in 28 storm sewer assets with reportable conditions and 26 DEC field investigations. Wildlife waste was incidentally discovered during three DEC field investigations; however, human related sources of bacteria were not present. In addition to this work, visual stormwater sewer inspections completed between July 1, 2018 to September 1, 2019, a period of time that was prior to the start of Fishpot Creek TMDL ARAP implementation efforts, were reviewed and responded to where needed. Those inspections evaluated 1,350 sewer assets totalling 23.23 miles and discovered 54 sewers with reportable conditions. The complete results summary for 2021 visual inspection work will be included in next year's SWMP Annual Report in accordance with Fishpot Creek's BMP implementation schedule. All stormwater pipes in Fishpot Creek have received an initial visual inspection. In 2022, visual inspections of stormwater pipes as outlined in the Fishpot Creek TMDL ARAP will be discontinued. Visual inspections carried out in response to complaints and/or concerns may be conducted on as needed basis and DEC will continue to follow-up as appropriate to identify and eliminate any potential sources of bacteria that may be discovered. In Creve Coeur Creek watershed, visual storm sewer system inspections (TMDL ARAP BMP #2) and response actions (TMDL ARAP BMP #3) were conducted from January 1 through December 31, 2021. 151 MDNR Stormwater Management Report Plan Part E ARAP Implementation Status Over this period, 850 sewer assets spanning approximately 16.03 miles were evaluated. In total, 76 problem findings from 70 sewer assets were discovered. Problem findings were related to newly discovered tap break-in connections and infiltration. MSD's DEC personnel reviewed CCTV inspection video and base map information, and ultimately conducted 47 field investigations to determine if any findings could be potential sources of bacteria. DEC personnel inspected access manholes upstream and downstream of reported findings and investigated drainage areas for both public and private drains. Incidental wildlife waste (i.e. raccoon feces) was discovered during one of these investigations; however, none of the problem findings in Creve Coeur Creek watershed were attributed to illegal sanitary connections, failing individual sewage disposal systems, livestock or pet waste. Similar to the summary for Fishpot Creek watershed, the complete results summary for 2021 visual inspection work in Creve Coeur Creek watershed will be included in next year's SWMP Annual Report in accordance with its BMP implementation schedule. In 2022, visual inspections will continue in Creve Coeur Creek watershed. Bacteria TMDL ARAPs for all watersheds remain as planned and are currently set to begin according to their approved and proposed implementation schedules. For Coldwater Creek and Watkins Creek, TMDL ARAP implementation work is set to begin in 2024. TMDL ARAP implementation is scheduled to begin in Gravois Creek watershed in 2033, and in 2034 those efforts will begin in the watersheds of Maline Creek and Black Creek and Deer Creek. 152 TMDL ARAP IMPLEMENTATION SUMMARIES Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Fishpot Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Fishpot Creek and tributaries. Compare to in- stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Fishpot Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coil and need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Fishpot Creek and tributaries. Generate map and summary table. Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP was completed. See Fishpot BMP 1 in this appendix. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Fishpot Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. Report findings from 2020. Continue visual inspections. Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP was completed. See Fishpot BMP 2 in this appendix. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Fishpot Creek. Summary of response actions. Report 2020 response actions. Respond to bacteria findings and eliminate illicit discharges identified during visual inspections. Summary table with response actions developed. BMP was completed. See Fishpot BMP 3 in this appendix. 4 Assess E. toll data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coil levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trends. Summarize 2020 E. toll loading and trend. Summary table with E. coil measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP was completed. See Fishpot BMP 4 in this appendix. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in Fishpot Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. Develop map and list of properties. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP was completed. See Fishpot BMP 5 in this appendix. 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Fishpot Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 7 Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Obtain 2020 records from Hauled Waste Program, add to list, and report. List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP was completed. See Fishpot BMP 7 in this appendix. 153 Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Coldwater Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Coldwater Creek and tributaries. Compare to in - and stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Coldwater Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coli need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Coldwater Creek and tributaries. None Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Coldwater Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. None Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Coldwater Creek. Summary of response actions. None Summary table with response actions developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 4 Assess E. coli data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coli levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trends. None Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in Coldwater Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. None Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Coldwater Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 7 Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. None List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 154 Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Creve Coeur Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Greve Coeur Creek and tributaries. Compare to in- stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Creve Coeur Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coli and need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Greve Coeur Creek and tributaries. Generate map and summary table. Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP was completed. See Creve Coeur BMP 1 in this appendix. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Creve Coeur Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. Commence visual inspections. Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP was completed. See Creve Coeur BMP 2 in this appendix. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Creve Coeur Creek. Summary of response actions. Respond to bacteria findings and eliminate illicit discharges identified during visual inspections. Summary table with response actions developed. BMP was completed. See Creve Coeur BMP 3 in this appendix. 4 Assess E. coli data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coli levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trends. Summarize 2020 E. coli loading and trend. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP was completed. See Greve Coeur BMP 4 in this appendix. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in Creve Coeur Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. Develop map and list of properties. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP was completed. See Greve Coeur BMP 5 in this appendix. 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Creve Coeur Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 7 Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Obtain 2020 records from Hauled Waste Program, add to list, and report. List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP was completed. See Creve Coeur BMP 7 in this appendix. 155 Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Watkins Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Watkins Creek and tributaries. Compare to in- stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Watkins Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coli and need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Watkins Creek and tributaries. None Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Watkins Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. None Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Watkins Creek. Summary of response actions. None Summary table with response actions developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 4 Assess E. coli data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coli levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trends. None Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in Watkins Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. None Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Watkins Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 7 Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. None List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 156 Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Gravois Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Gravois Creek and tributaries. Compare to in- stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Gravois Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coli and need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Gravois Creek and tributaries. None Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Gravois Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. None Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Gravois Creek. Summary of response actions. None Summary table with response actions developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 4 Assess E. coli data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coli levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trends. None Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in Gravois Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. None Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Gravois Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 7 Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. None List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 157 Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Maline Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Maline Creek and tributaries. Compare to in -stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Maline Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coli and need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Marine Creek and tributaries. None Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Marine Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. None Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Marine Creek. Summary of response actions. None Summary table with response actions developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 4 Assess E. coli data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coli levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trends. None Summary table with E. coli measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in Marine Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. None Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Marine Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 7 Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. None List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 158 Watershed # BMP Description BMP Purpose Expected Result of BMP 2021 Measurable Goals and Milestone Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria 2021 Status and Information Black Creek & Deer Creek 1 Determine extent of rehabilitated sewers along Black Creek, Deer Creek and tributaries. Compare to in- stream E.coli data. Identify extent and percent of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Black Creek, Deer Creek and tributaries. Identify potential relationships with instream E. coli and need for sewer rehabilitation work. Map and summary table of rehabbed sewers within defined proximity to Black Creek, Deer Creek and tributaries. None Map and summary table developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 2 Identify potential sources of bacteria through visual inspections of the storm sewer system. Identify sources of bacteria to Black Creek and Deer Creek. Summary of bacteria findings. None Summary table with bacteria findings developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 3 Respond to or eliminate potential human related sources of bacteria identified through visual inspections of the storm sewer systems. Reduce bacteria loading to Black Creek and Deer Creek. Summary of response actions. None Summary table with response actions developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 4 Assess E. coli data collected by MSD in previous year and evaluate loading and trends. Track E. coli levels and bacteria loading. Summary table with E. toll measurements, loading rates, and trends. None Summary table with E. coil measurements, loading rates, and trend developed and updated. BMP not implemented in 2021. 5 Update database of properties that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system in g p y Black Creek and Deer Creek watershed. Have a database of properties that may have an individual sewage disposal system to identify potential sources of g p y bacteria. Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system. None Map and list of properties with an individual sewage disposal system g p y developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. p 6 Update database of properties that participated in a sewer lateral repair program in Black Creek and Deer Creek watershed. Track improvements to problematic infrastructure and elimination of potential sources of bacteria. Have a database of properties that participated in a lateral repair program. None Map and list of properties with repaired sewer laterals developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. Summarize maintenance of individual sewage disposal systems documented by MSD's Hauled Waste Program. Have a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. Develop a list of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system. None List of properties that maintain their individual sewage disposal system developed. BMP not implemented in 2021. 159 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Fishpot Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Bellestri I/I Reduction (Big Bend Rd and Hollyberry Dr) Master Plan Rehabilitate five manholes and associated sewers. 8/31/2023 2/16/2026 - 2/11/2027 -- Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 8/24/2021 2/11/2023 - 2/20/2024 Initial Design Complete Fairview I/I Reduction (Fairview Dr to Manchester Rd) Master Plan Construct 300 ft. of 8 in. sanitary sewer. Rehabilitate 3,700 ft. of 8 in. sewer. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 2/11/2025 Combined with Reinke I/I Reduction (Manchester Rd and New Ballwin Rd) Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 9/11/2020 12/3/2021 - 7/5/2023 Initial Design Complete Fishpot Trunk West I/I Reduction (Smith Dr and Vlasis Dr) Master Plan Construct 1,700 ft. of 8 in. sewer. Rehabilitate 12,400 feet of 8 -inch sanitary sewer. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 2/11/2025 -- Public l&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 8/27/2019 3/16/2021 - 10/16/2022 Construction Underway Priv. I&I Red. & Pub San Relief Private l&I and Pipe Construction 8/27/2019 11/12/2021 - 5/10/2022 Construction Underway Golfwood Rehabilitation (Reis Rd and Big Bend Rd) Master Plan Rehabilitate 15,000 ft. of 8 -inch sewer. Perform private I/1 reduction at 2 properties. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 2/11/2021 -- Public l&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce I&l 8/22/2018 3/17/2020 - 12/31/2021 Construction Underway Lindy I/I Reduction (Caballero Dr and Chamberlain Dr) Master Plan Rehabilitate sewers per CCTV Inspections. Perform private I/1 reduction at 2 properties. 8/31/2020 2/17/2024 - 2/11/2025 -- Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce 1&l 9/11/2020 12/3/2021 - 7/5/2023 Design Complete Reinke I/I Reduction (Manchester Rd and New Ballwin Rd) Master Plan Construct 1,200 ft. of 8 in. sanitary sewer. Rehabilitate 7,000 ft. of 8 in. sewer. 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 - 2/12/2024 Design Complete Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 9/11/2020 12/3/2021- 7/5/2023 Design Complete Selvidge Area 1/1 Reduction Master Plan Construct 590 ft. of 6-12 in. sanitary sewer. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -056. 8/9/2013 11/7/2014 - 3/20/2018 Construction Complete Constructed SSO Eliminated Treasure Cove I/I Reduction (Ries Rd and Brookside Ln) Master Plan Construct 300 ft. of 8 in. sanitary sewer, and remove private 1/1 at 32 properties. - 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 11/8/2021 Initial Design Complete Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 8/17/2017 6/7/2019 - 12/30/2021 Construction Underway Priv. l&I Reduction Private l&I 8/17/2017 3/17/2020 - 9/24/2020 Construction Complete Upper Fishpot East Sanitary Relief (Field Ave to Wolff Ln) Master Plan Construct 3,400 ft. of 12-15 in. sanitary sewer. 8/24/2021 1/29/2024 - 10/30/2025 Initial Design Complete Virginia I/I Reduction (Clarkson Rd and Marsh Ave) Master Plan Rehabilitate 15,000 ft. of 8 in. sewer. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 2/11/2021 -- Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce I&l 8/17/2017 1/8/2019 - 6/11/2021 Construction Underway Wayfarer East I/I Reduction (Hanna Rd and Big Bend Woods Dr) Master Plan Remove private I/I at five properties. Rehab 28,800 ft. of Public Sewers 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 8/10/2021 -- Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 8/22/2018 3/17/2020 - 12/31/2021 Construction Underway Priv. l&I Reduction -- 8/17/2017 3/17/2020 - 9/24/2020 Construction Complete 160 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Amblewood Sanitary Relief (Waterford Dr to Birchbark Dr) Master Plan Construct 9,433 ft of 10 -in to 30 -in sanitary sewer. 7/30/2020 1/16/2023 - 4/5/2025 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/11/2020 12/16/2022 - 3/15/2025 Design Phase Brightwell 1/1 Reduction Master Plan Removal of 134 private I/I sources from public sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 10/1/2015 - 6/22/2017 Complete In Service 12/4/2016 Public I/I Rehabilitate 21,000 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place i e method. pipe 10/11/2012 10/13/2014 - 9/27/2016 Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 10/11/2012 6/13/2014 - 10/5/2014 Private I/I Construct 115 ft of public storm sewer and disconnect downspouts and driveway drain at 915 Lafayette. 5/20/2014 9/26/2016 12/4/2016 Brinwood I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 1,000 ft of 8 -in to 18 -in sanitary sewer, 900 ft of 12 -in storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 7/19/2015 10/6/2017 Complete In Service 7/10/2018 Public I/I Rehabilitate 57,000 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 9/18/2014 8/31/2016 Private I/I & Sanitary Relief Private I/I reduction and pipe construction. 10/11/2012 7/13/2015 - 10/11/2016 Brinwood Sanitary Relief (Sharon Dr to Cortez Dr and Shackelford Rd to Dannelle Dr) Master Plan Construct 4,800 ft of 15 -in to 27 -in sanitary sewer. 12/25/2019 6/12/2022 - 3/3/2024 Cancelled Brookshire Sanitary Relief (Brookshire Dr to Cougar Dr) Master Plan Construct 6,000 ft of 8 -in to 18 -in sanitary sewer. 8/31/2017 8/15/2020 - 5/7/2022 Complete In service 12/15/2021 Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 8/17/2017 6/12/2020 - 12/15/2021 Complete Burning Tree Infrastructure Repair (N. Waterford Dr to Fox Run Dr) Master Plan Construct 600 ft of 15 -in sanitary sewer. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 2/11/2025 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 11/22/2021 5/10/2024 - 5/15/2025 Design Phase Central I/I Reduction (Lexington Park Dr and Sixth Ln) Master Plan Rehabilitate 500 ft of 8 -in sewer. 8/31/2023 2/16/2026 - 2/11/2027 -- Public 1/1 Rehabilitation of the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method, to reduce public I/I. 8/24/2021 4/27/2023 - 5/6/2024 Design Phase Coldwater Creek Watershed 1/1 Removal - Sharon Study Area (N Lindbergh Blvd and Lindsay Ln) Master Plan Remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 8/31/2014 2/16/2017 - 2/11/2018 Complete in Service 2/11/2018 Public I/I Rehabilitate public sewers using the cured -in -place method. 8/5/2014 9/15/2015 - 1/2/2019 Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 8/5/2014 5/13/2016 - 11/8/2016 Coldwater Creek WWTF Storage Master Plan Clean and line existing lagoons in order to provide 16 million gallons of temporary storage. 10/3/2027 9/12/2031 - 9/1/2033 -- Treatment Plant Project -- 9/1/2027 2/29/2032 - 2/28/2034 -- Coldwater Sanitary Relief Section B, C & D - Section B Rehabilitation Master Plan Construct rehabilitation of Section B of the Coldwater trunk sewer. Eliminate constructed SSO outfalls BP -091, BP -115, BP -119, BP -141, BP -144, BP - 473, BP -526, and BP -527. 4/27/2017 5/15/2020 - 8/3/2022 -- Sanitary Relief Rehabilitation sanitary trunk sewer. 8/22/2018 10/15/2021 - 9/24/2022 Design Phase Work Order SSO Removals -- -- SSO's will be Removed by Operations 161 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Coldwater Sanitary Relief Section B, C & D Wet Weather Storage Facility Tank C Master Plan Construct sanitary sewage wet weather storage facilities as part of the overall sanitary relief project. Prior to 12/31/2013 8/10/2015 7/30/2017 Complete In Service 05/18/2018 Sanitary Relief Construction of wet weather storage facilities. 10/11/2012 6/16/2015 - 12/1/2017 Property Acquisition Acquire property necessary for the construction of Coldwater Tank C. property acquisition 1/1/2014 Coldwater Southwest Subwatershed I/I Reduction (St. Charles Rock Rd and Ashby Rd) Master Plan Construct 1,700 ft of 12 -in to 15 -in storm sewer, and perform private I/I reduction at 118 properties. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 8/10/2020 Complete in Service 7/30/2021 Public I/I Rehabilitate 45,000 ft of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/18/2015 1/6/2017 12/24/2018 Public I/I Rehabilitate 44,000 ft of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/18/2015 3/22/2017 10/4/2019 Private I/I Construct 1,700 ft of 12 -in to 15 -in storm sewer, and perform private I/I reduction at 118 properties. 8/18/2015 10/15/2018 10/14/2019 Coldwater Upstream Pump Station (P-180) Storage Master Plan Construct 1,000 ft of 66 -in pipe in order to provide temporary storage. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 2/11/2021 Complete In Service 12/5/2019 Pump Station Construction of sanitary sewer. 7/29/2016 1/14/2019 - 12/5/2019 Daniel Boone I/I Reduction (Shackelford Rd and Mullanphy Ln) Master Plan Construct 40 ft of 8 -in to 18 -in sanitary sewer. Rehabilitate 9,100 ft of 8 -in to 21 -in sewer. Perform private I/I reduction at 2 properties. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 2/11/2025 Public I/I Rehabilitate the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/24/2021 2/24/2023 3/5/2024 Design Phase Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 8/24/2021 2/1/2024 - 1/31/2026 Design Phase Derhake I/I Reduction & Capri to S Waterford Sanitary Relief Master Plan Remove private I/I by addressing improper connections on 21 properties. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -101 and BP -102. Prior to 12/31/2013 12/31/2014 3/25/2016 Complete In Service 3/20/2017 Public I/I Rehabilitate 21,000 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 10/13/2014 9/27/2016 Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 10/11/2012 4/11/2014 - 6/23/2014 Work Order SSOs Removed with W03890512 and WO 3890447 -- -- BP -101 Eliminated BP -102 Eliminated By WO Dix Sanitary Relief (Dix Ave to Airway Ave) Master Plan Construct 2,842 ft of 21 -in sanitary sewer. 1/21/2021 7/10/2023 - 12/31/2024 Project Not Needed, will be Cancelled Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 3/26/2019 -- Dixie I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 1,500 ft of 8 -in to 12 in storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 8/15/2016 - 11/3/2018 Project in service 10/29/2019 Public I/I Rehabilitate 50,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/22/2013 6/18/2015 - 1/1/2023 Construction Phase 162 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Dixie I/I Reduction Private I/I Private I/I Reduction 8/22/2013 5/11/2016 - 2/23/2018 Complete Private I/I Private I/I Reduction 8/22/2013 10/11/2016 - 2/8/2017 Duchesne and Gott I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 1,220 ft of 12 -in sanitary sewer and remove private 1/1 sources from sanitary sewers. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -129. Prior to 12/31/2013 2/17/2016 - 11/8/2017 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 50,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/22/2013 6/18/2015 - 1/1/2023 Construction Phase Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 8/22/2013 1/21/2016 - 5/26/2017 Complete Edmundson Sanitary Relief (Edmund Ave to Bataan Dr) Master Plan Construct 2,200 ft of 15 -in to 18 -in sanitary sewer. 4/21/2021 1/6/2024 - 6/29/2025 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/11/2020 10/20/2023 - 4/22/2025 Design Phase Public I/I -- 9/11/2020 3/22/2022 - 5/26/2023 -- Eva Wabash I/I Reduction (1-170 and Frost Ave) Master Plan Rehabilitate 58,000 ft of 8 -in to 30 -in sanitary sewers. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 8/10/2025 Project has been Cancelled, work done 12509 Public I/I Rehabilitate 60,000 ft of the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/27/2019 1/19/2021 - 8/21/2022 Construction Phase Florissant I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 1,000 ft of 8 -in to 15 -in sanitary sewer and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 2/17/2016 5/7/2018 Complete Public 1/I Rehabilitate 44,800 ft of public sewers with cured -in -place pipe. 8/22/2013 12/11/2015 - 10/23/2019 Private I/I & Sanitary Relief Private I/I Reduction 8/22/2013 5/9/2016 - 8/30/2017 Private I/I & Sanitary Relief Private I/I Reduction 8/22/2013 1/17/2017 - 9/19/2017 Florissant/Dunn Sanitary Relief (St. Anthony Ln to 1-270) Master Plan Construct 5,600 ft of 15 -in to 21 -in sanitary sewer. 7/25/2020 1/11/2023 - 3/31/2025 Design Phase Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/11/2020 3/14/2023 - 6/11/2025 Florland Sanitary Relief Phase I - I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 2,600 ft of 12 -in storm sewer and remove private 1/1 sources from sanitary sewers. 3/9/2014 8/25/2016 - 2/16/2018 Complete In Service 3/31/2018 Public I/I Rehabilitate 57,000 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 9/18/2014 - 8/31/2016 Private I/I & Sanitary Relief Private I/I reduction. 10/11/2012 12/11/2015 - 10/14/2016 163 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Florland Sanitary Relief Phase II (N. Lindbergh Blvd to Manresa Ln) Master Plan Construct 2,000 ft of 18 -in to 24 -in sanitary sewer. Contingency project to eliminate constructed SSO outfalls BP -116 and BP -133. 5/12/2019 10/28/2021 7/20/2023 Complete In Service 7/12/2018 SSO Elimination Remove constructed SSO. 7/12/2018 7/12/2018 - 7/12/2018 SSO's removed by Operations Work Order Grand National Sanitary Relief (Grand National Dr to Kneeland Rd) Master Plan Construct 2,000 ft of 12 -in sanitary sewer. 8/31/2022 2/16/2025 - 8/10/2026 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/1/2022 - Project Not Needed Hartland to Gothland Sewer Separation Master Plan Construct separate storm and sanitary sewers, and remove I/I, to enable elimination of the combined sewer system in this area. Prior to 12/31/2013 4/1/2014 4/1/2016 Complete In Service 2/11/2016 Sewer Separation Private I/I reduction, construction of storm sewers, and construction of sanitary sewers. 9/10/2009 1/10/2014 2/11/2016 Isabelle 1/1 Reduction Master Plan Remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 2/17/2016 - 2/11/2017 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 50,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/22/2013 6/18/2015 - 1/1/2023 Construction Phase Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 8/22/2013 10/13/2014 - 2/26/2015 Complete Lackland I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 2,550 ft of 12 in to 18 in storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 10/17/2015 - 1/4/2018 Completeln Service 11/21/2018 Private 1/1 15.1 Private I/I reduction 15.1 10/11/2012 10/12/2015 - 3/9/2017 Complete Private 1/1 15.2 Private I/I reduction 15.2 10/11/2012 9/19/2016 - 11/21/2018 Complete Public I/I Rehabilitate 67,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 10/11/2014 - 2/26/2018 Complete Lawnview Creek I/I Reduction (Shackelford Rd and Wiethaupt Rd) Master Plan Rehabilitate 800 ft of 8 -in sewer. 8/31/2023 2/16/2026 - 2/11/2027 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method, to reduce public 1/1. 8/24/2021 4/27/2023 5/6/2024 Design Phase Private I/I Removal of Private I/I Sources 8/24/2021 2/1/2024 - 1/31/2026 Design Phase Lindsay I/I Reduction (Charbonier Rd and N. Lindbergh Blvd) Master Plan Perform private 1/1 reduction at 10 properties. 8/31/2023 2/16/2026 - 2/11/2027 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method, to reduce public I/I. 8/24/2021 4/27/2023 5/6/2024 Design Phase Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 9/11/2020 2/11/2023 - 2/16/2024 Design Phase 164 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Lynn Haven I/I Reduction Master Plan Remove private I/I by addressing improper connections on 56 properties. Prior to 12/31/2013 8/9/2015 - 4/30/2017 Complete In Service 7/6/2017 Public I/I Rehabilitate 57,000 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 9/18/2014 8/31/2016 Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 10/11/2012 3/13/2014 - 9/23/2014 Private I/I Construct 560 ft of 12 -in to 36 -in storm sewer and disconnect private I/I sources from the sanitary sewer. 9/8/2014 3/8/2017 7/6/2017 Mark Twain I/I Reduction (Patterson Rd and Myrtle Dr) Master Plan Rehabilitate 200 ft of 8 -in sewer. Perform private I/I reduction at one property. 8/31/2021 2/22/2023 - 2/17/2024 Project Combined with "Daniel Boone I/I Reduction"(12143) Public I/I Rehabilitate the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/24/2021 2/24/2023 3/5/2024 Design Phase Private I/I Construct 40 ft of 8 -in to 18 -in sanitary sewer. Rehabilitate 9,100 ft of 8 -in to 21 -in sewer. Perform private I/I reduction at 2 properties. 8/24/2021 2/1/2024 1/31/2026 Design Phase McNulty - Pallardy I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 4,360 ft of 12 -in to 24 -in storm sewer, 710 ft of 8 -in sanitary sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 10/2/2015 - 12/20/2017 Complete In Service 2/26/2018 Public I/I Rehabilitate 67,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 10/11/2014 2/26/2018 Private 1/1 15.1 Private I/I reduction 15.1 10/11/2012 8/14/2015 - 10/16/2016 Private 1/1 15.2 Private I/I reduction 15.2 10/11/2012 9/19/2016 - 2/15/2018 Midland Sanitary Relief (Midland Blvd to Sims Ave) Master Plan Construct 2,320 ft of 18 in sanitary sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO outfalls BP -095 and BP -145. 11/8/2019 4/26/2022 - 10/18/2023 Complete in service 1/15/2022 Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer and remove constructed SSOs. 8/22/2018 3/17/2021 - 1/15/2022 In Construction Work Order SSOs removed WO 5643666 -- -- Eliminated per Operation Work order 3/25/2020 Midland Sanitary Relief - Public and Private I/I Reduction Master Plan Remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 8/31/2015 - 8/20/2017 Complete In Service 9/1/2018 Public I/I Rehabilitate 67,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 10/11/2014 - 2/26/2018 Complete Private 1/1 15.1 Private I/I reduction 15.1 10/11/2012 7/13/2015 - 12/28/2016 Complete Private 1/1 15.2 Private I/I reduction 15.2 10/11/2012 7/15/2016 - 10/28/2016 Complete 165 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Newcastle I/I Reduction Master Plan Remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 3/15/2014 8/31/2016 - 11/24/2017 Complete In Service 12/29/2017 Public I/I Rehabilitate 47,300 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place method. 8/22/2013 10/12/2015 - 12/29/2017 Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 8/22/2013 9/11/2015 - 1/25/2016 Paddock Creek I/I Reduction (Private) Master Plan Construct 300 ft of 12 -in storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 8/31/2014 2/16/2017 5/12/2018 Complete In Service 10/1/2019 Public I/I Rehabilitate 47,300 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place method. 8/22/2013 10/12/2015 - 12/29/2017 Private 1/1 15.1 Private 1/1 reduction 15.1 8/22/2013 3/11/2016 - 10/25/2016 Private 1/1 15.2 Private I/I reduction 15.2 8/22/2013 6/9/2017 - 9/7/2017 Retford I/I Reduction Master Plan Rehabilitation of sewers to remove excessive inflow and infiltration. 8/31/2015 2/16/2018 - 11/8/2019 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 45,000 ft of the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/18/2015 1/6/2017 12/24/2018 Complete In Service 12/24/2018 St. Albert I/I Reduction (Washington St and St. Ferdinand St) Master Plan Construct 1,200 ft of 8 -in to 12 -in sanitary sewer, and perform private I/I reduction at 5 properties. 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 8/10/2024 Public I/I Rehabilitate the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method. 9/11/2020 2/12/2022 2/22/2023 Design Phase Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 9/11/2020 2/11/2023 - 2/16/2024 Design Phase St. Anthony Sanitary Relief (S New Florissant Rd to St. Bernadette Ln) Master Plan Construct 1,400 ft of 15 -in sanitary sewer. 7/25/2020 1/11/2023 - 7/4/2024 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/11/2020 3/14/2023 - 6/11/2025 Design Phase St. Jacques Sanitary Relief (St. Jacques St to N Lafayette St) Master Plan Construct 195 ft of 8 -in sanitary sewer, replace 154 ft of 12 -in sewer with 15 -in sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -110. 11/8/2019 4/26/2022 - 10/18/2023 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 60,160 ft. of the public sewer system using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/27/2019 1/19/2021 - 8/21/2022 In Construction Sanitary Relief Construction of Sanitary Sewer and Remove Constructed SSO 8/27/2019 9/10/2021 - 5/17/2022 In Construction St. Joachim's Sanitary Relief (St. Genevieve Ln to Lynros Dr) Master Plan Construct 3,600 ft of 15 -in sanitary sewer. 10/29/2022 4/16/2025 - 10/8/2026 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/1/2021 3/1/2024 - 9/2/2025 -- 166 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Coldwater Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status St. Joachim's Sanitary Relief (St. Genevieve Ln to Marmary Dr) Master Plan Construct 2,800 ft of 21 -in sanitary sewer. 10/29/2022 4/16/2025 - 10/8/2026 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 9/1/2021 3/1/2024 - 9/2/2025 Project Combined with St. Joachim's Sanitary Relief (St. Genevieve Ln to Lynros Dr) St. Marie Sanitary Relief I/I Reduction Master Plan Remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 3/9/2014 8/25/2016 - 8/20/2017 Complete In Service 1/7/2019 Public I/I Rehabilitate 21,000 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 10/11/2012 10/13/2014 - 9/27/2016 Private I/I Private I/I reduction. 10/11/2012 11/14/2014 - 4/23/2015 Private I/I Construct 180 ft of storm sewer and disconnect driveway drains from sanitary system. 8/13/2014 11/2/2016 3/9/2017 St. Matthias Sanitary Relief (St. Shawn Ln to Stonehard Dr) Master Plan Construct 2,100 ft of 30 -in sanitary sewer. 10/29/2022 4/16/2025 - 1/6/2027 -- Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. 8/24/2021 2/21/2024 - 11/22/2025 Design Phase Upper Coldwater Section D I/I Reduction Master Plan Construct 3,200 ft of 12 in storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Prior to 12/31/2013 2/17/2016 - 11/8/2017 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 50,200 ft of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/22/2013 6/18/2015 - 8/31/2021 Construction Phase Private 1/1 15.1 Private I/I reduction 15.1 8/22/2013 12/17/2014 - 5/29/2015 Complete Private 1/1 15.2 Private I/I reduction 15.2 8/22/2013 11/18/2016 - 2/19/2018 Upper Lawnview Creek Sanitary Relief (Rhapsody Ln to Millvalley Dr) Master Plan Construct 4,200 ft of 12 -in sanitary sewer. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 8/10/2025 Project Not Needed, will be Cancelled Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. -- -- Waterford Sanitary Relief (N Waterford Dr to Durwood Dr) Master Plan Construct 4,200 ft of 15 -in to 24 -in sanitary sewer. 7/30/2020 1/16/2023 - 10/7/2024 Project Not Needed, will be Cancelled Sanitary Relief Construction of sanitary sewer. -- -- 167 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Bellerive Sanitary Relief (Ladue Rd To Conway Rd) Master Plan Construct 2,400 ft. of 12 -in. sanitary sewer 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 - 2/12/2024 Project Not Needed (Preliminary Study Complete) CC 14 Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Relief (SKME-026) Phase II Master Plan Construct 1,200 ft. of 18 in. sanitary sewer from Hammermill Dr to Balcon Estates Road Prior to 12/31/2013 1/26/2015 - 1/21/2016 Construction Complete Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 9/9/2004 12/13/2013 - 7/9/2014 Placed in Service CC 17 Four Seasons Branch Sanitary Relief Phase II Master Plan Phase II of project to construct 3,300 ft. of 8 -in. to 15 -in. diameter sewer and appurtenances and remove one SSO Prior to 12/31/2013 Prior to 12/31/2013 to 2/18/2016 Construction Complete, BP 033 Removed Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 12/9/2010 10/11/2013 to 8/24/2015 Placed in Service Conway Meadows Sanitary Relief (Conway Rd To 1-64) Master Plan Construct 1,500 ft. of 18 -in. sanitary sewer 8/31/2023 2/16/2026 to 2/11/2027 Preliminary Study Underway Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 9/1/2023 1/31/2026 to 2/4/2027 On Schedule Conway Village Sanitary Relief (Conway Rd to 1-64) Master Plan Construct 3,600 ft. of 8 -in. to 15 -in. sanitary sewer 7/15/2017 1/1/2020 to 9/22/2021 Construction Underway Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 8/17/2017 3/17/2020 to 1/31/2022 On Schedule Creve Coeur Creek (L-52) Force Main Improvements Phase II Master Plan Construct 3,500 ft. of 42 -in. force main and appurtenances Prior to 12/31/2013 7/31/2014 to 1/22/2016 Construction Complete Force Main Force Main Construction 10/11/2012 5/13/2014 to 11/14/2014 Placed in Service Creve Coeur Creek I/I Reduction South East (1-64 and Mason Rd) Master Plan Construct 270 ft. of 8 -in. sanitary sewer. Rehabilitate 4,800 ft. of 8 -in. sewer. Perform private 1/1 reduction at 130 properties. 8/31/2016 8/16/2019 to 2/6/2021 Cancelled/Consolidated Creve Coeur Creek Public I/I Reduction South Pub. I/I Red. Rehabilitate 76,000 ft. of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method 8/5/2014 9/17/2019 to 9/30/2021 Construction Complete Creve Coeur Creek North East I/I Reduction (Olive Blvd and 1-270) Master Plan Rehabilitate 50,000 ft. of 8 -in. to 12 -in. sewer 8/31/2016 8/16/2019 to 2/6/2021 Cancelled/Consolidated Bissell - Coldwater - Missouri - Meramec Public 1/1 Reduction (2017) Contract B Pub. I/I Red. Rehabilitate 56,000 ft. of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method 8/18/2015 11/18/2016 to 12/16/2018 Construction Complete Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Phase VI (SKME-021) Master Plan Construct 7,750 ft. of 15 in. to 24 in. sanitary sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO outfalls BP -036 and BP -037 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 to 8/10/2020 Construction Underway Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 7/29/2016 5/23/2019 to 3/31/2022 On Schedule. Removed BP -037 Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Master Plan Rehabilitate 10 laterals, disconnect 2 roof drains, and disconnect 41 area drains. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -039 Prior to 12/31/2013 Prior to 12/31/2013 to 2/21/2014 Construction Complete. Removed BP 039 Creve Coeur Creek Public I/I Reduction Pub. I/I Red. Rehabilitation of approximately 48,000 ft. of sewer main, 750 manholes, and appurtenances 12/9/2010 6/7/2013 to 8/12/2016 Construction Complete 168 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Missouri River Service Area I/I Reduction - Creve Coeur Creek East Master Plan Rehabilitate public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method 8/31/2014 8/15/2017 to 2/6/2019 Construction Complete Pub. I/I Red. Public Sewer Rehabilitation 8/5/2014 9/2/2015 to 12/18/2017 Placed in Service Nooning Tree Park Sanitary Relief (Whitree Ln to Brightfield Manor Dr) Master Plan Construct 3,600 ft. of 12 -in. sanitary sewer 8/31/2023 2/16/2026 to 8/10/2027 Project Not Needed/Canceled Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 9/1/2023 1/28/2026 to 7/31/2027 Saylesville Sanitary Relief (Saylesville Dr to S Greentrails Dr) Master Plan Construct 3,920 ft. of 18 -in. sanitary sewer 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 to 2/6/2026 Design Complete Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 8/27/2019 1/24/2023 to 1/22/2025 On Schedule Smith Creek Ladue Road Sanitary Relief (Royal Manor Dr to Hewlett Ct) Master Plan Construct 5,200 ft. of 15 -in. sanitary sewer 5/2/2022 10/18/2024 to 4/11/2026 In Design Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 8/24/2021 1/29/2024 to 8/1/2025 On Schedule White Plains Sanitary Relief (Cedar Creek Rd To E Chesterfield Pky) Master Plan Construct 5,000 ft. of 12 -in. sanitary sewer 5/7/2025 10/24/2027 to 4/16/2029 Conceptual Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 9/1/2024 2/26/2028 to 8/29/2029 On Schedule White Plains Sanitary Relief (Saltbox Dr to Cedar Creek Rd) Master Plan Construct 2,785 ft. of 8 -in. to 15 -in. sanitary sewer 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 to 2/12/2024 In Design Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 12/14/2020 4/24/2023 to 6/7/2024 On Schedule Woods Mill Sanitary Relief (1-64 to Brook Mill Ln) Master Plan Construct 2,790 ft. of 8 -in. to 15 -in. sanitary sewer 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 to 2/11/2021 Construction Complete Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 8/11/2016 2/5/2021 to 11/5/2021 Placed in Service Woods Mill Sanitary Relief (SKME-020) Master Plan Construct 5,950 ft. of 8 in. to 24 in. diameter sanitary relief sewers and appurtenances Prior to 12/31/2013 7/31/2014 to 4/21/2016 Construction Complete Pub. San. Relief Pipe Construction 12/10/2009 6/13/2014 to 5/8/2017 Placed in Service 169 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Watkins Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Bissell Point Service Area I/I Removal-SubTrunk #3 Lateral Master Plan Rehab of public sewers and removal of private 1/1 sources from sanitary sewers 8/31/2014 2/16/2017 2/11/2018 Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce l&I 8/5/2014 9/15/2015 - 1/02/2019 Completed Sub-Trunk #2 Lateral Sanitary Relief Master Plan Remove private and public I/I sources from sanitary sewers 12/31/2013 2/17/2016 - 2/11/2017 -- Public I&I Rehab of Public Sewers to Reduce I&I 8/22/2013 1/21/2015 - 2/6/2017 Completed Priv. I&I Red. Private I&I 8/22/2013 7/13/2015 - 4/11/2016 Completed Sub-Trunk #2 Sanitary Relief (Birmingham Ct to Cove Ln) Master Plan Construct 4,400 -ft of 18 -in to 21 -in sanitary sewer 5/2/2019 10/18/2021 - 4/11/2023 -- Pub San Relief Pipe Construction 8/22/2018 10/15/2021 - 10/14/2022 Under Construction Sub-Trunk #3 Sanitary Relief (Muriel Dr to Jenner Ln) Master Plan Construct 4,300 -ft of 8 -in to 27 -inch sanitary sewer. 8/31/2015 2/16/2018 - 8/10/2019 -- Pub San Relief Pipe Construction 8/22/2018 10/15/2021 - 9/24/2022 Under Construction Watkins Creek Pump Station (P-101) Improvements Master Plan Master Plan called for 16,000 feet of 12 -ft diameter deep tunnel; however current approach is to relocate pump station out of floodplain and construct a new forcemain 8/31/2024 8/10/2028 - 10/18/2032 -- Pump Sation Improvements Relocate and construct new pump station out of floodplain 10/31/2016 3/17/2021 - 4/25/2022 Under Construction Force Main Construction Construct 10,100 ft of 20 -in forcemain 10/12/2018 2/4/2021 - 2/3/2022 Under Construction Watkins Creek Sanitary Relief (Kenran Industrial Blvd to Farm Pond Ct) Master Plan Construct 18,000 ft of 15 -in to 36 -in sanitary sewrs 7/4/2024 6/19/2027 - 12/5/2029 -- Pub San Relief Pipe Construction 9/1/2023 2/18/2027 - 8/16/2029 Planned Project Sub-Trunk #11 Sanitary Relief (Belgrove Dr to Lothian Cir) Master Plan Construct 1,100 ft of 12 -in sanitary sewrs FY 2024 FY 2026 -- Pub San Relief Pipe Construction FY 2024 FY 2026 Planned Project 170 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Gravois Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Ary Ellen Sanitary Relief (Tesson Creek Estates Dr to Madaford Ln) Master Plan Construct 730 ft. of 12 -in. sanitary sewer. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 2/11/2025 -- Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/24/2021 1/24/2024 - 1/28/2025 Pre -Design Buckley Sanitary Relief (Dace Ln to Poplar Dr) Master Plan Construct 1900 ft. of 12 -in. to 15 -in. sanitary sewer. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 8/10/2025 -- Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 9/1/2021 2/19/2024 - 8/23/2025 Project Not Needed - Cancelled Capilia Sanitary Relief (Grant Rd to Capilia Dr) Master Plan Construct 2770 ft. of 8 -in. to 18 -in. sanitary sewer, and abandon 2600 ft. of 8 -in. to 10 -in. sewer. Eliminate constructed SSO outfalls BP -370 and BP -581. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 12/31/2021 Complete (Project Remains Open At Time of Reporting) Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/24/2017 6/12/2020 - 12/31/2021 Under Construction E. Watson Sanitary Relief (Rudson Ln to Richview Dr) Master Plan Construct 4150 ft. of 12 -in. to 15 -in. sanitary sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO Outfall BP -409. 8/5/2018 1/21/2021 1/11/2023 Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/23/2018 4/9/2021 - 8/1/2022 Under Construction Fox Bridge Pump Station (P-484) Storage Master Plan Construct 150 ft. of 72 in. pipe in order to provide 31,000 gallons of temporary storage. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 2/6/2026 -- Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 9/1/2021 2/2/2026 - 2/2/2028 Pre -Design GC -06 Gravois Creek to Briarstone and Gates Sanitary Relief Phase II Master Plan Construct 4800 ft. of 12 in. to 15 in. sanitary sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -382. 10/28/2020 4/16/2023 - 10/2/2025 -- Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/19/2020 4/30/2024 - 10/27/2026 In Design Geyer Sanitary Relief and Windsor Springs P-521 Storage (Big Bend Blvd to Windsor Springs Dr) Master Plan Construct 2870 ft. of 8 -in. forcemain, upgrade Windsor Springs Pump Station, and perform private I/I reduction at 7 properties. 11/6/2016 4/19/2020 7/8/2022 -- Public1/1 Reduction Rehabilitation 8/23/2018 10/11/2019 - 3/12/21 Complete Pump Station Update Pump Replacement/Pipe Construction 8/15/2016 9/10/2021 - 4/2/2023 Under Construction Glenfield Sanitary Relief (Watson Woods Ct to S Lindbergh Blvd) Master Plan Construct 2600 ft. of 15 -in. sanitary sewer. 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 - 5/7/2025 -- Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/19/2020 1/29/2023 - 4/28/2025 In Design 171 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Gravois Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Gravois Creek Sanitary Storage Facility Master Plan Construct 15.4 million gallon above ground storage facility. 10/9/2026 9/23/2029 - 9/13/2031 -- Sanitary Storage Storage Construction 11/2/2024 2/27/2028 - 8/25/2030 Pre -Design Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 11/10/2005 11/18/2019 - 11/10/2021 Complete Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase II I , IV AND V Collector/Connector Sewers Master Plan Construct 135 ft. of 72 -in. and 219 ft. of 90 -in. sanitary sewer, diversion structure, grade constrol structures, and streambank stabilization. 8/31/2016 8/16/2019 - 11/3/2021 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 11/10/2005 11/18/2019 - 11/10/2021 Complete Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase IX Master Plan Construct 4800 ft. of 8 -in. to 54 -in. sanitary sewer. Abandon 4700 ft. of existing 36 -in. to 42 -in. sewer. Eliminate constructed SSO outfal BP -599. 5/7/2027 10/23/2029 - 1/11/2032 -- Sanitary Storage Construct a 7.8 million gallon sanitary storage facility to store wet weather sanitary flow. Eliminate constructed SSO oufalls BP -588 and BP -599. 8/10/2015 1/3/2019 - 1/13/2021 Complete Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase VI (SKME-521) Master Plan Construct 1530 ft. of 54 -in. sanitary sewer, 220 ft. of 8 -in. to 15 -in. sanitary sewer, 7 manholes, and bank stabilization. 5/30/2015 11/10/2018 1/23/2022 Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/15/2016 5/10/2019 - 8/26/2020 Complete Sanitary Storage Construct a 7.8 million gallon sanitary storage facility to store wet weather sanitary flow. Eliminate constructed SSO oufalls BP -588 and BP -599. 8/10/2015 1/3/2019 - 1/13/2021 Complete Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase VII (SKME-521) Master Plan Rehabilitate 7660 ft. of 48 -in. sanitary sewer and 2490 ft. of 54 -in. sanitary sewer using the cured in place pipe method, rehabilitate 21 manholes, and construct 11 access structures. 9/16/2019 8/31/2022 - 11/13/2025 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 11/10/2005 11/18/2019 - 11/10/2021 Complete Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase VIII (SKME-521) Master Plan Rehabilitate 140 ft. of 54 -in. sanitary sewer, 7970 ft. of 42 -in. sanitary sewer, and 2040 ft. of 36 in. sanitary sewer using the cured in place pipe method, rehabilitate 31 manholes, and construct 11 access structures. 5/28/2023 5/12/2026 - 4/26/2029 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 11/10/2005 11/18/2019 - 11/10/2021 Complete 172 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Gravois Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Green Park and Lakeshire 1/1 Reduction (Tesson Ferry Rd and Green Park Rd) Master Plan Perform private I/I reduction at 28 properties. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 8/10/2020 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 8/24/2017 1/14/2019 - 7/17/2020 Complete Private I/I Reduction Stormwater Disconnections / Rehabilitations 8/15/2016 3/15/2019 - 10/15/2019 Complete Kirkwood I/I Reduction (Big Bend Blvd and S Kirkwood Rd) Master Plan Construct 900 ft. of 12 -in. storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewer. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 8/10/2020 Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 8/10/2015 4/11/2017 - 1/22/2020 Complete Private I/I Reduction Stormwater Disconnections / Rehabilitations 8/10/2015 1/16/2018 - 12/11/2018 Complete Laumeier Park (P-469) Storage Master Plan Construct storage facility at pump station. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 - 8/10/2025 -- Storage Facility Pipe Construction 9/1/2021 1/29/2024 - 8/1/2025 Project Not Needed - Cancelled Meacham and Spellman I/I Reduction (1-44 and S Kirkwood Rd) Master Plan Perform private I/I reduction at 3 properties. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 8/10/2021 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 8/23/2018 10/11/2019 - 3/12/2021 Complete Private I/I Reduction Stormwater Disconnections / Rehabilitations 8/15/2016 11/13/2018 - 6/18/2019 Complete Mulberry Creek Sanitary Relief (Harwich Dr to S Lindbergh Blvd) Master Plan Construct 4300 ft. of 15 -in. to 18 -in. sanitary sewer. 5/2/2022 10/18/2024 - 1/6/2027 -- Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/20/2021 3/9/2025 - 6/7/2027 In Design Robyn Hills Number 1 Pump Station (P-417) Replacement Master Plan Replace pump station P-417. 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 - 2/6/2025 -- Pump Station Update Pump Replacement 2/1/2021 10/10/2022 - 10/9/2024 In Design St. George Creek Sanitary Relief (Daisy Ln to Gravois Rd to New Hampshire Ave) Master Plan Construct 2640 ft. of 18 -in. to 24 -in. sanitary sewer. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -404. 5/6/2020 10/23/2022 1/5/2026 Public Sanitary Relief Pipe Construction 8/12/2019 5/6/2022 - 6/4/2024 In Design 173 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Gravois Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Sunset Country Club Pump Station (P-408) Storage Master Plan Replace pump station and construct 150 ft. of 72 -in. pipe in order to provide 31,000 gallons of temporary storage. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 8/10/2025 Pump Station Update Pump Replacement/Pipe Construction 9/21/2021 4/22/2024 - 5/2/2025 In Design Tesson Creek I/I Reduction (Tesson Ferry Rd and Tiffany Square Pky) Master Plan Construct 638 ft. of 12 -in. to 15 -in. storm sewer, and perform private I/I reduction at 6 properties. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 2/11/2021 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 8/12/2019 10/9/2020 - 10/23/2021 Complete Private I/I Reduction Stormwater Disconnections / Rehabilitations 8/24/2017 7/12/2019 - 2/7/2020 Complete Union Creek I/I Reduction (1-55 between S Lindbergh Blvd and Buckley Rd) Master Plan Construct 90 ft. of 12 in. storm sewer, and remove private I/I sources from sanitary sewer. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 2/12/2020 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 8/10/2015 3/11/2019 - 8/14/2020 Complete Private I/I Reduction Stormwater Disconnections / Rehabilitations 8/10/2015 6/15/2018 - 4/14/2019 Complete Westborough Luther Mermod Place I/I Reduction (N Kirkwood Rd to 1-44 and Berry Rd) Master Plan Construct 130 ft. of 12 in. storm sewer, and perform private I/I reduction at 21 properties. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 8/10/2020 -- Public I/I Reduction Rehabilitation 8/12/2019 10/9/2020 - 10/23/2021 Complete Private I/I Reduction Stormwater Disconnections / Rehabilitations 8/15/2016 11/13/2018 - 6/18/2019 Complete Wilton Pump Station (P-412) Storage Master Plan Replace pump station and construct 30 ft. of 60 -in. pipe to provide 3700 gallons of temporary storage. 8/31/2021 2/17/2024 8/10/2025 Sanitary Storage Pump Replacement/Pipe Construction 4/9/2021 10/20/2023 - 4/27/2024 In Design 174 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Maline Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Ashbrook I/I Reduction (Ashbrook Dr and Chambers Rd) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 8/10/2020 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 28,000 feet of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/5/2014 4/19/2016 6/14/2018 Complete Private I/I Construct 680 feet of 10 -inch sanitary sewer, 75 feet of 12 -inch storm sewer, and remove Private 1/1 sources from sanitary sewers. 8/5/2014 4/18/2017 7/3/2017 Complete Bellefontaine #2 Lateral Sanitary Relief (BP -287) (Coburg Lands Dr) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 8/31/2014 - 5/22/2016 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of the sanitary sewer system to reduce Public 1/1. 8/22/2013 7/11/2014 - 6/6/2016 Complete Complete Private 1/1 Removal of 114 Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 8/22/2013 5/13/2014 - 7/17/2014 Bellefontaine #2 Sanitary Relief (BP -287) (Chambers Rd to Coburg Lands Dr) Master Plan Public I/I reduction and sanitary sewer rehabilitation. 8/10/2018 1/26/2021 - 7/20/2022 -- Sanitary Relief Construct 3,340 feet of 12 inch sanitary sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -287. 8/17/2017 4/29/20 - 4/03/21 Complete Bissell Hills Sanitary Rehab Phase Ill (Service Lateral Connections) (Chambers Rd and Coburg Lands Dr) Master Plan Public I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2018 8/15/2021 - 8/5/2023 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 26,000 feet of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/22/2018 12/16/2019 - 12/20/2021 Complete Bissell Hills Sanitary Relief/St. Cyr Rd to Leeton Ave Master Plan Sanitary Relief 5/11/2019 10/27/2021 - 7/19/2023 Relief Project Not Needed After I/I Reduction and Post -Construction Monitoring Sanitary Relief Relief project not needed after post -construction monitoring. -- -- Project Not Needed - To Be Cancelled Bissell Hills Sanitary Relief/Calumet 1/1 Reduction (BP -317) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 3/3/2015 - 2/20/2017 -- Public 1/1 Rehabilitation of the sanitary sewer system to reduce Public I/I. 8/22/2013 7/11/2014 - 6/6/2016 Complete Private I/I Removal of Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 10/11/2012 2/17/2015 - 10/7/2015 Complete Private I/I Removal of Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 10/11/2012 5/13/2016 - 8/1/2016 Complete Calumet Dr Sanitary Relief (Leeton Ave to Chambers Rd) Master Plan Sanitary Relief 10/11/2024 3/30/2027 - 12/19/2028 -- Sanitary Relief Construct 4,600 feet of 18 -inch to 21 -inch sanitary sewer. 9/1/2024 3/01/2027 - 11/30/2028 Planned Project 175 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Maline Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Carson Villa I/I Reduction (Marcella Ave and Wales Ave) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 2/11/2021 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 26,000 feet of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/22/2018 12/16/2019 12/20/2021 Complete Private I/I Construct 3,200 feet of 12 -inch to 15 -inch storm sewer, and perform Private 1/1 reduction at 104 properties. 8/17/2017 6/12/2020 4/09/2021 Complete Dacey Branch I/I Reduction (BP -313) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 3/22/2015 - 9/12-2016 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of 48,670 feet of the public sewer system to reduce public I/I. 10/11/2012 10/1/2013 - 11/20/2015 Complete Private I/I Removal of Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 10/11/2012 3/13/2014 - 5/2/2014 Complete Private I/I Construct public storm sewer and disconnect downspouts and driveway drains. 2/5/2014 12/14/2015 - 4/4/2016 Complete Dacey Branch Sanitary Relief (Bella Clare Dr to Prior Dr) Master Plan Sanitary Relief 12/1/2018 5/19/2021 - 11/10/2022 Const. SSO Removed by W05549963 on 3/25/2020 Sanitary Relief Construct 279 feet of 12 inch sanitary sewer and grade control structures. 8/22/2018 2/10/2021 - 10/17/2021 Under Construction Dorothy Sanitary Relief (Chambers Rd to McCartney Ln) Master Plan Sanitary Relief 3/14/2030 8/30/2032 - 8/25/2033 -- Sanitary Relief Construct 2,000 feet of 12 -inch sanitary sewer. Contingency project to eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -317. 9/1/2029 8/13/2032 8/18/2033 Planned Project Forestwood Lateral Sanitary Relief (SKME-321) Master Plan Sanitary Relief Prior to 12/31/2013 08/31/14 - 8/20/2016 -- Sanitary Relief Construct 6,700 feet of 12 -inch to 24 -inch sanitary relief sewer in the vicinityof Forestwood, Highmont and Ferguson. Eliminate constructed SSO outfalls BP -295, BP -296, bp -281, BP -316, and BP -322. 9/9/2004 1/7/2016 - 7/21/2017 Complete Friedens (Partial) I/I Reduction (Chain of Rocks Dr and Fontaine PI) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2020 2/17/2023 - 2/12/2024 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method, to reduce Public I/I. 9/11/2020 3/22/2022 - 5/26/2023 Planned Project Private I/I Construct 2,120 feet of 15 -inch to 18 -inch storm sewer, and perform Private I/I reduction at 42 properties. 9/11/2020 3/28/2024 4/2/2025 Planned Project 176 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Maline Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Kappel (Partial) I/I Reduction (Exuma Dr and Glen Owen Dr) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 2/12/2020 -- Public 1/1 Rehabilitate 56,000 feet of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/18/2015 11/18/2016 - 12/16/2018 Complete Private 1/1 Remove Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 8/18/2015 6/9/2017 - 9/11/2017 Complete Lang Royce Lateral Sanitary Relief (SKME-320) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 4/20/2015 - 4/9/2017 -- Public 1/1 Rehabilitation of 48,670 feet of the public sewer system to reduce Public I/I. 10/11/2012 10/1/2013 - 11/20/2015 Complete Private I/I Construct 2,000 feet of 10 -inch to 12 -inch sanitary sewer, and remove Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 10/11/2012 11/14/2014 8/25/2015 Complete Lang Royce Sanitary Relief (Fargo Dr to Floridale Ct) Master Plan Public 1/1 reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 6/28/2019 12/14/2021 - 6/7/2023 -- Public I/I Construct 1,000 feet of 8 -inch to 15 -inch sanitary sewer, and eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -291. 8/22/2018 5/14/2021 10/27/2021 Complete Maline I/I Reduction & Sewer Rehabilitation (BP -289) (Colony Dr) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation Prior to 12/31/2013 9/15/2014 - 3/8/2016 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of 48,670 feet of the public sewer system to reduce Public I/I. 10/11/2012 10/1/2013 11/20/2015 Complete Private 1/1 Removal of Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 10/11/2012 5/13/2014 - 7/10/2014 Complete Marietta Dr Storm Separation and I/I Reduction (BP -292) Master Plan Public and Private I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 4/3/2015 - 12/23/2016 -- Public I/I Rehabilitation of 48,670 feet of the public sewer system to reduce Public I/I. 10/11/2012 10/1/2013 - 11/20/2015 Complete Private 1/1 Construct 700 feet of 12 inch -30 inch storm sewer, and remove Private 1/1 sources from sanitary sewers. Remove constructed SSO BP 292. 10/11/2012 3/13/2015 - 10/27/2016 Complete Private I/I Construct 700 feet of 12 inch -30 inch storm sewer, and remove Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. Remove constructed SSO BP -292. 10/11/2012 6/27/2016 - 10/27/2016 Complete Marietta Sanitary Relief (Circle Dr to Florissant Rd) Master Plan Sanitary Relief 3/13/2019 8/29/2021 - 5/21/2023 Relief Project Not Needed After I/I Reduction and Post - Construction Monitoring Sanitary Relief Relief project not needed after post -construction monitoring. -- -- 177 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Maline Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Mead Sanitary Relief (Landwehr Ln to Hemlock Dr) Master Plan Sanitary Relief 5/27/2018 11/12/2020 - 5/6/2022 Delivered under reimbursement agreement with GRG using IR funds - Project Complete Sanitary Relief Construct 213 feet of 12 -inch sanitary sewer. 2/12/2018 8/20/2018 - 9/21/2018 Springdale 1/1 Reduction (Rolling Dr and Smithfield PI) Master Plan Public and Private 1/1 reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 2/12/2020 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 45,000 feet of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/18/2015 1/6/2017 12/24/2018 Complete Private I/I Remove Private I/I sources from sanitary sewers. 8/18/2015 6/13/2017 - 10/30/2017 Complete Suburban 1/1 Reduction (Harrison Dr and Suburban Ave) Master Plan Public and Private 1/1 reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2016 2/17/2019 - 2/12/2020 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 29,000 feet of public sewers using the cured -in -place pipe method. 8/5/2014 11/18/2016 11/19/2018 Complete Private I/I Construct 780 feet of 12 -inch to 15 -inch storm sewer, and remove Private 1/1 sources from sanitary sewers. 8/5/2014 5/15/2017 11/21/2018 Complete Sun Valley I/I Reduction Master Plan Public and Private 1/1 reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 10/26/2014 - 1/19/2016 -- I/I Reduction I/I reduction in the area of Halls Ferry Road south of St. Cyr road, north to Maline Creek Trunk Sewer Section B. 3/22/2012 9/13/2013 6/13/2014 Complete Thurston 1/1 Reduction (Church St and N Florissant Rd) Master Plan Public and Private 1/1 reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 8/31/2017 2/17/2020 - 2/11/2021 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 26,000 feet of the public sewer system using the cured in place pipe method. 8/22/2018 12/16/2019 12/20/2021 Complete Private I/I Construct 3,200 feet of 12 -inch to 15 -inch storm sewer, and perform Private 1/1 reduction at 104 properties. 8/17/2017 6/12/2020 4/09/2021 Complete Upper Jeske Park Lateral Sanitary Relief (SKME-314) Master Plan Public and Private 1/1 reduction and sewer rehabilitation. Prior to 12/31/2013 12/31/2013 - 10/21/2015 -- Public I/I Sewer lining and rehabilitation to reduce public 1/1. 10/8/2009 5/14/2013 - 4/13/2015 Complete Sanitary Relief Construct 2,300 feet of 12 inch to 18 inch diameter sanitary sewer and removal of Private I/I. 12/9/2010 9/13/2013 - 8/26/2014 Complete Upper Jeske Park Sanitary Relief (Scott Dr to Cardigan Dr) Master Plan Constructed SSO removal. 1/8/2018 6/26/2020 - 12/18/2021 -- Const. SSO Removal Construct 2,300 feet of 12 -inch to 18 -inch diameter sanitary sewer and removal of Private I/I. 12/9/2010 9/13/2013 - 8/26/2014 Complete 178 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in the Maline Creek Watershed Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section A Master Plan Sanitary Relief Prior to 12/31/2013 8/30/2014 - 5/17/2017 -- Sanitary Relief Construct 7,300 feet of 42 -inch to 48 -inch sanitary sewer, including pipe in tunnel. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -305. 9/10/2009 3/11/2016 5/25/2018 Complete Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section B Master Plan Sanitary relief 11/29/2015 11/13/2018 - 1/31/2021 -- Sanitary Relief Construct 6,000 feet of 8 -inch to 48 -inch sanitary sewer, including pipe in tunnel. Eliminate constructed SSO outfall BP -597. 9/10/2009 05/24/2018 2/2/2021 Complete Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section C Master Plan Public I/I reduction and sewer rehabilitation. 4/26/2022 10/12/2024 - 7/4/2026 -- Public I/I Rehabilitate 20,000 feet of 8 -inch to 42 -inch sewer. 9/10/2009 12/16/2019 - 1/30/2022 Under Construction 179 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Ballas Road Subtrunk South 1/1 Reduction Public I/I Rehabilitate 60,300 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -In -Place Pipe Method. 9/9/2013 1/26/2015 - 1/3/2017 Complete Private I/I Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 9/9/2013 8/18/2015 - 3/20/2017 Complete BC -01 Phase III and BC -02 Phase II Sanitary Relief (1-170 to Heatherwood Dr) Sanitary Relief Construct 13,000 Feet of 8 -inch to 36 -inch Sanitary Sewer. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -003, BP -004, BP -014, and BP -016. 10/1/2022 11/8/2026 7/30/2030 Not Started Black Creek - Haddington Court Relief Sewers Sanitary Relief Construct 7,955 Feet of 8 -inch to 42 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -013, BP -017, and BP -151. 8/24/2017 5/19/2023 2/7/2027 Initial Design Started Sanitary Relief Construct 530 Feet of 21-24 inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -018. 7/17/2021 2/1/2023 - 2/11/2024 Initial Design Started Black Creek 1/1 Reduction Public I/I Remove Excessive I/I from Public and Private Sources by Rehabilitating 62,000 Feet of Pipe Sewers and Manholes and by Removing Private Defects. 10/2/2012 8/26/2014 - 10/31/2017 Complete Public and Private I/I Construct 2,200 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer and Remove Private 1/1 Sources at 22 Properties. 10/2/2012 11/18/2015 - 1/31/2017 Complete Private 1/1 10/2/2012 5/18/2017 - 6/14/2018 Complete Bompart Ave Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Manchester Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 10,500 Feet of 8 -inch to 36 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and 3,600 Feet of 12 -inch to 36 -inch Storm Sewer. Perform Public and Private I/I Reduction to Facilitate Combined Sewer Separation. Remove Interceptor 1-132 and CSO Outfall L-106. 9/6/2018 7/2/2024 7/12/2026 Initial Design Started Bopp Sanitary Relief (SKME-611) Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP 495 Removal Only. Eliminated by WO #4240083 on 9/22/17. -- -- Complete Brentwood Forest, Fair Oaks, Middlesex 1/1 Reduction (1-64 and Lay Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 73,510 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/24/2017 12/18/2018 10/1/2021 Complete Private 1/I Construct 665 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private I/I Reduction at 46 Properties. 8/24/2017 3/17/2020 - 5/3/2021 Complete Briarcliff St to Briar Oak St Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 1,300 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 11/1/2029 2/12/2033 - 2/17/2034 Not Started Cedarcrest Sanitary Relief (SKME-561) I/I Reduction Public I/I Remove Excessive I/I from Public Sources by Rehabilitating 55,000 Feet of Pipe Sewers and Manholes. 10/2/2012 3/13/2014 8/31/2015 Complete Private I/I Construct 1,300 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private 1/1 Sources at 11 Properties. 10/2/2012 6/13/2014 - 3/2/2015 Complete Private I/I 10/2/2012 3/13/2015 - 9/8/2015 Complete 180 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Cella Sanitary Relief (Rolling Rock Ln to Clayton Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 6,600 Feet of 12 -inch to 18 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2024 3/1/2027 - 9/1/2028 Not Started Cella - Rolling Rock - Glen Creek Sanitary Sewer and Public 1/1 Reduction Private I/I Construct 665 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private 1/1 Reduction at 46 Properties. 8/24/2017 3/17/2020 5/3/2021 Complete Clark Ave Sanitary Relief (Laclede Sta Rd to Yeatman Ave) Sanitary Relief Construct 1,270 Feet of 18 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 11/1/2021 5/1/2024 - 1/31/2026 Not Started Claverach Park 1/1 Reduction and Sewer Separation Public 1/1 Rehabilitation of the Sanitary Sewer System to Reduce Public 1/1. 10/2/2012 2/18/2014 - 7/17/2016 Complete Private 1/1 Remove Excessive I/1 from Public and Private Sources by Rehabilitating 6,000 Feet of Pipe Sewers and Manholes and by Removing Private Defects. Also Separate 500 Feet of Combined Sewer 10/2/2012 12/18/2015 - 2/10/2017 Complete Sewer Separation and Private I/I 10/2/2012 2/3/2017 10/3/2017 Complete Clayton Road Sanitary Relief (Westwood Dr to Cromwell Dr) Sanitary Relief Construct 1,700 Feet of 24 -inch Sanitary Sewer. Disconnect Diversion to Combined Sewer at 19J4 -043S. 9/1/2025 3/1/2032 12/1/2033 Not Started Claytonia Creek Sanitary Relief (Hampton Creek Trunk Sewer to Clayton Road) Sanitary Relief Construct 6,900 of 18 -inch to 48 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -605. 9/1/2026 2/12/2031 5/7/2034 Not Started Concordia I/1 Reduction (NE Quad Clayton Rd and Big Bend Blvd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 29,600 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/8/2014 1/25/2016 7/20/2018 Complete Private I/I Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/8/2014 11/28/2016 - 11/30/2017 Complete Conway Road Sanitary Relief (Conway Ln to Dwyer Ave) Sanitary Relief Construct 880 Feet of 8 -inch to 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 11/22/2021 9/25/2023 - 9/28/2024 Initial Design Started Conwood Ln Sanitary Relief (Conway Rd to Westwood Ct) Sanitary Relief Construct 4,600 Feet of 12 -inch to 18 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 10/1/2021 3/2/2024 - 3/1/2026 Not Started Crossroads, Hanley Industrial, Litzsinger East 1/1 Reduction (SW 1-64 and S Hanley Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 73,510 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/24/2017 12/18/2018 10/1/2021 Complete Private I/I Construct 665 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private I/I Reduction at 46 Properties. 8/24/2017 3/17/2020 5/3/2021 Complete 181 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status DC 02 & DC 03 Sanitary Relief (Brentwood Blvd to Conway Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 7,900 Feet of 6 -inch to 78 -inch Sanitary Sewer to Alleviate System Surcharging. Facilitate Future Removal of Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -545, BP -170, BP -198, BP -348, BP -349, BP -155, and BP -591. 10/2/2012 2/16/2016 8/4/2018 Complete Sanitary Relief Construct 7,900 Feet of 66 -inch to 72 -inch Sanitary Sewer, to Alleviate System Surcharging and Facilitate the Future Removal of Constructed SSO Outfalls. 10/2/2012 3/28/2018 - 12/30/2021 Commenced Construction Sanitary Relief Construct 16,200 Feet of 8 -inch to 54 -inch Sanitary Sewer, to Alleviate System Surcharging. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -155, BP -170, BP -348, BP -349, BP -198, BP -545, and BP -591. 10/2/2012 7/12/2019 - 10/8/2023 Commenced Construction DC 04 Deer Creek Sanitary Relief Phase III (Lakeshore Dr to New Ballas Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 2,400 Feet of 12 -inch to 18 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed DC -06 Deer Creek Sanitary Relief Phase Ill and I/I Reduction Public I/I Rehabilitate 85,000 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -In -Place Pipe Method. 10/2/2012 11/5/2014 - 12/30/2016 Complete Sanitary Relief and Private 1/1 Construct 240 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 2/9/2012 3/13/2015 5/26/2016 Complete Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP -471 Removed by Operations on 5/21/18. Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -607 and BP -627 Previously Removed by Project 10576. -- -- Complete DC -09 West 1/1 Reduction (S Lindbergh Blvd and Ladue Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 69,000 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/10/2015 5/15/2017 - 11/13/2019 Complete Private I/I Construct 505 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private 1/1 Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/10/2015 9/18/2017 5/17/2018 Complete Deer Creek Sanitary Tunnel (Clayton Rd to RDP) Sanitary Relief Construct 22,800 Feet of 19 Foot Diameter Storage Tunnel and Diversion Structures. 8/8/2013 8/25/2017 - 1/31/2022 Commenced Construction Sanitary Relief Construct A 21 MGD Pump Station Facility, For the Deer Creek Tunnel Project. 8/8/2013 8/18/2020 - 8/27/2022 Commenced Construction Delcrest Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 1,793 Feet of 12 inch to 18 inch Sanitary Sewers, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -015 and BP -094. 9/1/2024 3/2/2027 - 9/2/2028 Not Started Delcrest Sanitary Relief (SKME-565) I/I Reduction Public 1/1 Rehabilitation of the Sanitary Sewer System to Reduce Public I/I. 10/2/2012 2/18/2014 - 7/17/2016 Complete Private I/I Construct 1,500 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewers, and Remove Private I/I Sources at 10 Properties. 10/2/2012 11/14/2014 - 10/21/2015 Complete 182 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Elinor Ave. Temporary Sanitary Storage Facility Storage Construct 110 Feet of 8 -inch to 24 -inch Sanitary Sewer in order to Provide 1,400 Gallons of Temporary Storage. Contingency Project to Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -008. 4/17/2017 1/14/2019 - 6/10/2019 Complete Fawn Valley, Pioneer Park, Westchester I/I Reduction (Manchester Rd W of N Geyer Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 69,000 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/10/2015 5/15/2017 - 11/13/2019 Complete Private I/I Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/10/2015 9/18/2017 - 2/1/2018 Complete Frontenac, Winding Ridge, Deer Creek Hill 1/1 Reduction (S Quad 1-64 and Clayton Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 78,000 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in Place Pipe Method. 8/15/2016 2/23/2018 3/16/2021 Complete Private I/I Perform Private I/I Reduction at 20 Properties. 8/15/2016 11/13/2018 - 6/18/2019 Complete Glendale Section D Sanitary Relief Phase I I I (SKME 624) I/I Reduction Private I/I Construction of Phase l ii of Sewer Improvements, to Include Rehabilitation of Approximately 20 Private Laterals, Disconnection of Approximately 510 Roof Drains, and Disconnnection of Approximately 120 Area Drains. 11/10/2010 6/14/2013 - 9/11/2014 Complete Private I/I 11/10/2010 6/13/2014 - 1/29/2016 Complete Glendale Section D Sanitary Relief Phase IV (SKME-624) I/I Reduction Public I/I Remove Excessive I/I from Public Sources by Rehabilitating 80,000 Feet of Pipe Sewers and Manholes. 10/2/2012 8/9/2013 12/12/2015 Complete Glendale Section D Sanitary Relief Phase V (SKME-624) I/I Reduction Private I/I Construct 1,675 Feet of 12 -inch to 18 -inch Storm Sewer and Remove Private 1/1 Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 11/10/2010 11/13/2017 6/29/2018 Complete Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP -496 Eliminated on 10/13/17 -- -- Complete Glenway Dr Sanitary Relief (Manchester Rd to Belson Ct) Sanitary Relief Construct 5,200 Feet of 8 -inch to 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -158. 9/1/2026 2/18/2029 2/18/2031 Not Started Hawthorne Estates Sanitary Relief (Ranch Ln to Clayton Hills Ln) Sanitary Relief Construct 1,870 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 11/1/2021 4/20/2024 - 10/22/2025 Not Started Hermitage Sanitary Relief (SKME-615) Sanitary Relief Construct 3,700 Feet of 8 -inch to 18 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and Perform Private I/I Reduction at 1 Property. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP- 181, BP -333, BP -343, and BP -555. 8/15/2016 3/15/2019 - 6/9/2020 Complete Horton Pump Station (P-814) Elimination Elimination Construct 1,535 Feet of 8 -inch Sanitary Sewer. Decommission and Abandon Existing Pump Station P-814 and Associated Forcemain. 9/1/2027 1/27/2030 - 2/1/2031 Not Started 183 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Huntleigh Manor, Old Warson, Timberwyck I/I Reduction (S Lindbergh Blvd South of Litzsinger Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 61,000 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/10/2015 5/22/2017 - 6/17/2019 Complete Private I/I Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/10/2015 9/18/2017 - 6/30/2018 Complete Huntleigh Trails Ln Sanitary Relief (Two Mile Creek Trunk Sewer to N Geyer Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 3,500 Feet of 15 -inch to 24 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed Kirkwood Middle School, Simmons, Wilson, W Sarah 1/1 Reduction (Manchester Rd and Kirkwood Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 61,000 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/10/2015 5/22/2017 - 6/17/2019 Complete Private 1/1 Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/10/2015 11/13/2017 - 9/24/2018 Complete Ladue Estates Sanitary Relief Public I/I Rehabilitate 29,600 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/8/2014 1/25/2016 - 7/20/2018 Complete Sanitary Relief and Private 1/I Construct 240 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 2/9/2012 3/13/2015 - 5/26/2016 Complete Ladue Estates Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk Sewer to S Ladue Estates Dr) Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP -183 Eliminated by WO 5312692 on 10/29/19 -- -- Complete Ladue Subtrunk Sanitary Relief (SKME-654) Private I/I Construct 80 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/5/2014 2/10/2017 - 9/29/2017 Complete Lay Rd - Galleria I/I Reduction (Clayton Rd and Lay Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 78,000 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/15/2016 2/23/2018 3/16/2021 Complete Private 1/1 Perform Private I/1 Reduction at 49 Properties. 8/15/2016 12/18/2018 - 7/19/2019 Complete Lemay Watershed 1/1 Removal - North Hampton Creek Public I/I Rehabilitate 38,600 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -In -Place Pipe Method. 8/5/2014 8/12/2016 - 2/11/2019 Complete Private I/I Construct 18,180 Feet of 12 -inch to 18 -inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/5/2014 2/10/2017 2/16/2018 Complete Lower Black Creek and Hampton Creek Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Oxford Dr) Sanitary Relief Construct 7,500 Feet of 12 -inch to 72 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/6/2018 11/2/2024 - 1/26/2028 Initial Design Started Lower Black Creek and Hampton Creek Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Oxford Dr) PHASE II Sanitary Relief Construct 7,960 Feet of 30 -inch to 54 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and 710 Feet of 36 -inch Pipe -In -Tunnel Under 1-64. Construct 2,600 Feet of Vertical Wall Channel, and Construct 235 Feet of 48 -inch by 66 -inch Box Culvert. Eliminate BP -634. 9/1/2025 3/1/2031 5/24/2034 Not Started 184 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Mark Twain I/I Reduction (Manchester Rd and Bompart Ave) Public I/I Rehabilitate 73,510 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/24/2017 12/18/2018 10/1/2021 Complete Private I/I Construct 665 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private I/I Reduction at 46 Properties. 8/24/2017 3/17/2020 5/3/2021 Complete McCutcheon Rd and Thorndell Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 1,275 Feet of 12 -inch to 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 11/16/2021 4/18/2024 - 10/20/2025 Initial Design Started McKnight Place to Delmar Blvd Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 2,000 Feet of 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2028 2/3/2031 - 8/6/2032 Not Started Meadowridge and Eastwood Storm and Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct Approx. 645-LF of 6 -Foot by 3 -Foot and 6 -Foot by 4 -Foot Reinforced Concrete Box Culvert and Appurtenances and Construct 740-Lf of 15 -In Sanitary Sewer Pipe and Appurtenances. 1/10/2013 11/12/2015 - 6/10/2016 Complete North Central Ave #14 Sanitary Sewer (Infrastructure Repair) Infrastructure Repair Replace Manhole and 77 Feet of Sanitary Sewer. 3/1/2013 6/18/2014 - 8/12/2014 Complete North Forest and Brookside I/I Reduction (Summit Ave and Marshall Ave) Public I/I Rehabilitate 78,000 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/15/2016 2/23/2018 - 3/16/2021 Complete Private I/I Perform Private I/I Reduction at 67 Properties. 8/15/2016 11/13/2018 - 5/30/2019 Complete North Webster CC, Pocahontas, South Brentwood I/I Reduction (S Brentwood Blvd and Manchester) Public I/I Rehabilitate 78,000 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/15/2016 2/23/2018 3/16/2021 Complete Private I/I Perform Private I/I Reduction at 84 Properties. 8/15/2016 1/14/2019 - 7/29/2019 Complete Paxton Sanitary Relief (SKME-562) (Ladue Rd to Dielman Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 9,900 Feet of 12 -inch to 24 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2027 3/13/2031 - 9/8/2033 Not Started Powell Ave and Annalee Sewer Separation Sewer Separation Replace 700 Feet of 8 -inch Diameter Sanitary Sewer and Redirect Sanitary Flow from Combined Sewer. 3/15/2013 7/13/2015 - 12/18/2016 Complete Providence Sanitary Relief (SKME-640) Public I/I Rehabilitate 22,500 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -In -Place Pipe Method. 9/9/2013 1/21/2015 - 12/20/2016 Complete Private I/I Construct 780 Feet of 8 -inch Sanitary Sewer, 215 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 9/9/2013 1/19/2016 10/4/2017 Complete Ridgemoor Drive 1/1 Reduction & Storm Improvements (SKME-574) Private I/I Construct 1,000 Feet of 12 -inch to 24 -inch Storm Sewer, Construct Underground Detention System, and Remove Private I/I. 11/10/2010 3/11/2016 3/20/2017 Complete 185 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Rock Hill Sanitary Relief (SKME-618) Public I/I Remove Excessive I/I from Public Sources by Rehabilitating 47,500 Feet of Sewers and Manholes. 10/2/2012 2/18/2014 7/16/2016 Complete Private I/I Construct 70 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private Ill Sources at 2 Properties. 10/2/2012 10/15/2015 - 3/9/2017 Complete Rosedale Ave Sanitary Relief (Newport Ave to Arbor Ln) Sanitary Relief Construct 310 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed Roxbury I/I Reduction Public I/I Rehabilitation of the Sanitary Sewer System to Reduce Public I/I. 10/2/2012 2/18/2014 - 7/17/2016 Complete Private I/I Construct 1,600 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources at 15 Properties. 10/2/2012 1/9/2015 - 11/25/2015 Complete Russell Ave Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Manchester Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 2,900 Feet of 15 -inch to 18 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed S Brentwood Blvd Sanitary Relief (Daytona Dr to Walinca Terrace) Sanitary Relief Construct 2,800 Feet of 8 -inch to 24 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -623. 8/19/2020 5/22/2025 11/23/2026 Initial Design Started S Gore Ave Sanitary Relief (Gray Ave to Oak Terr) Sanitary Relief Construct 1,700 Feet of 12 -inch to 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed S Lindbergh Blvd Sanitary Relief (Clermont Ln to Ladue Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 1,700 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2026 1/31/2029 - 8/4/2030 Not Started S McKnight Rd and Ladue Manor Ln Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construction 3,500 Feet of 15 -inch to 24 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2028 2/2/2031 - 11/3/2032 Not Started Sherwyn Sanitary Relief (SKME-651) and 1/1 Reduction Public I/I Rehabilitate 85,000 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -In -Place Pipe Method. 10/2/2012 11/5/2014 - 12/30/2016 Complete Private 1/1 and Sanitary Relief Construct 1,675 Feet of 6 -inch to 16 -inch Sanitary Sewers and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -199 & Potentially BP -203 After Post -Construction Monitoring. 10/2/2012 3/11/2016 - 7/17/2017 Complete Spring Ave Sanitary Relief (Yeatman Ave to Dale Ave) Sanitary Relief Construct 2,460 Feet of 15 -inch to 48 -inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -440. 8/23/2018 4/9/2021 6/24/2022 Commenced Construction Stonington Place Sanitary Relief (Clayton Rd to Georgian Acres St) Public I/I Rehabilitate 73,510 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/24/2017 12/18/2018 - 10/1/2021 Commenced Construction Private I/I Construct 238 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 8/24/2017 1/19/2025 - 4/19/2027 Initial Design Started Private I/I Construct 1,135 Feet of 15 -inch to 33 -inch Storm Sewer, 295 Feet of 8 -inch and 12 -inch Dip Sanitary Sewer, and 12 Rain Gardens. 5/10/2018 5/10/2018 2/6/2019 Complete 186 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Stonington Sanitary Relief (SKME-652) Public I/I Sewer Lining and Rehabilitation to Reduce Public I/I. 10/8/2009 5/14/2013 - 4/13/2015 Complete Sanitary Relief Construction of 3,310 Feet of 8 -inch to 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer, One Constructed SSO (BP -166) Is to Be Eliminated. 10/8/2009 6/14/2013 - 10/22/2014 Complete Private I/I 10/8/2009 4/21/2011 - 3/28/2012 Complete Strassner Ave Sanitary Relief (Black Creek Trunk to Swallow Dr) Sanitary Relief Construct 4,000 Feet of 21 -inch to 30 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2023 3/1/2026 - 8/27/2028 Not Started Tilles Park, Litzsinger and Parkridge /I Reduction (Litzsinger Rd and S McKnight Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 73,510 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/24/2017 12/18/2018 10/1/2021 Complete Private I/I Construct 1,200 Feet of 12 -inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private 1/1 Reduction at 37 Properties. 8/24/2017 1/14/2020 10/7/2020 Complete TM -01 Two Mile Creek Outfall Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 11,400 Feet of 8 -inch to 48 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 10/29/2020 8/11/2023 - 8/5/2026 Initial Design Started TM 03 Two Mile Creek Sanitary Relief (Two Mile Trunk to Firethorn Dr) Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP -556 Eliminated by WO on 12/13/19 -- -- Complete TM 04 Two Mile Sanitary Relief Phase II (Lockett Rd to Meier Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 580 Feet of 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed Upper Ladue Creek I/I Reduction (NE Quad of S Warson Rd and Ladue Rd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 73,510 Feet of the Public Sewer System using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/24/2017 12/18/2018 10/1/2021 Complete Private I/I Construct 665 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private I/I Reduction at 46 Properties. 8/24/2017 3/17/2020 - 5/3/2021 Complete Villa Coublay Sanitary Relief Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP 203 Eliminated by WO 5312916 on 11/5/19 -- -- Complete Warson Terrace Sanitary Relief (Foxboro Rd to Conway Rd) Sanitary Relief Construct 1,000 Feet of 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2024 2/18/2027 - 8/21/2028 Not Started Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Rehabilitation and I/I Reduction Phase II Public I/I Rehabilitation of 79,700 Feet of 8-36 inch Sewer, 570 Manholes, and Repair 1,100 Service Connections. 2/8/2012 7/12/2013 11/30/2015 Complete Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Rehabilitation and I/I Reduction Phase III Public I/I Construct 1,000 Feet of 8 -inch to 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 8/10/2015 9/17/2018 - 6/12/2019 Complete 187 Status of SSO Control Master Plan Projects in Black Creek and Deer Creek Watersheds Project Name Plan/Phase Project Description Initial Design Commence -Complete Construction Status Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Rehabilitation and I/I Reduction Phase IV Private I/I Construct 3,200 Feet of 12 -inch to 21 -inch Storm Sewer, and Perform Private I/I Reduction at 40 Properties. 10/2/2012 10/12/2015 - 3/30/2017 Complete Private I/I 10/2/2012 10/15/2015 4/22/2017 Complete Private I/I 10/2/2012 4/15/2022 - 6/24/2022 Initial Design Started Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Relief (SKME-628) Sanitary Relief Construct 10,500 Feet of 12 -inch to 54 -inch Diameter Sanitary Sewer from Sappington Road, North of East Essex to Marshall Road. 9/1/2022 2/3/2025 - 1/29/2028 Not Started Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Relief (SKME-628) Phase 3 Sanitary Relief Construct 10,500 Feet of 12 -inch to 54 -inch Diameter Sanitary Sewer from Sappington Road, North of East Essex to Marshall Road. 9/1/2022 2/3/2025 1/29/2028 Not Started West Lockwood Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 3,324 Feet of 8 -inch to 30 inch Sanitary Sewer, and Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -187 and BP -587. 8/23/2018 10/9/2020 - 12/30/2021 Commenced Construction West Wise I/I Reduction (NW Quad 1-64 and Big Bend Blvd) Public I/I Rehabilitate 29,600 Feet of Public Sewers using the Cured -in -Place Pipe Method. 8/8/2014 1/25/2016 - 7/20/2018 Complete Private I/I Construct 5,000 Feet of 12 inch Storm Sewer, and Remove Private I/I Sources from Sanitary Sewers. 8/8/2014 2/10/2017 - 3/15/2019 Complete Wilson Ave Sanitary Relief (Harrison Ave to Cleveland Ave) Sanitary Relief Construct 700 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. -- -- Project Not Needed Windmoor Pump Station (P-710) Elimination Elimination Construct 1,300 Feet of 10 inch Sanitary Sewer. Decommission and Abandon Existing Pump Station P-710 and Associated Forceman. 9/1/2027 1/27/2030 - 2/1/2031 Not Started Woodlawn Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 3,000 Feet of 12 -inch Sanitary Sewer. Contingency Project to Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP -196. 9/1/2026 3/1/2029 8/28/2031 Not Started Work Order Constructed SSO Outfall BP -196 Early Elimination, WO # 4240085, Removed on 9-28-17 -- -- Complete WW -2 and WW -3 Warson Woods Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 10,900 Feet of 8 -inch to 24 inch Sanitary Sewer. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP -156, BP -158, and BP -501. 8/12/2019 3/25/2024 - 3/20/2027 Initial Design Started Wydown Blvd and Westwood Dr Sanitary Relief Sanitary Relief Construct 860 Feet of 15 -inch Sanitary Sewer. 9/1/2025 2/19/2032 - 11/20/2033 Not Started 188 Fishpot Creek BMP1 MD Service Area and St. Louis County .{ CLARKSON VALLEY E 0anychEsTE as ELLISVILLE Legend REHABTYPE No Rehab Rehab Complete Streams/Channeks Municipalities Fishpot Creek Watershec 44, Ut 0.5 2 Miles EC RIVER 189 Fishpot Creek BMP 1 Fishpot Creek Watershed Summary for Sanitary Sewers Located within 100 ft. of all streams and open channel tributaries as of October, 2021. Summary of Sanitary Pipe Assets VCP PVC RCP Cast Iron or DIP Other Total Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed V) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total 400 82 20.5 818 4 0.5 87 13 14.9 58 7 12.1 3 1 33.3 1,366 107.0 7.8 Summary of Sanitary Pipe Lengths (ft) VCP PVC RCP Cast Iron or DIP Other Sub -Total Diameter Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) 6" 561 0 0 390 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 952 0 0 8" 59,438 12,966 21.8 82,205 329 0.4 0 0 -- 3,486 737 21.1 307 50 16.3 145,436 14,083 9.7 10" 7,427 2,009 27.0 7,146 0 0 0 0 -- 190 0 0 0 0 -- 14,763 2,009 13.6 12" 1,588 768 48.4 2,771 0 0 0 0 -- 127 40 31.4 26 0 0.0 4,512 808 17.9 15" 701 0 0 6,371 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 7,072 0 0 16" 0 0 -- 1,499 0 0 0 0 -- 491 0 0 0 0 -- 1,990 0 0 18" 0 0 -- 3,687 0 0 0 0 -- 191 0 0 0 0 -- 3,878 0 0 21" 716 716 100.0 8,285 0 0 1,041 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 10,042 716 7.1 24" 0 0 -- 2,349 0 0 901 0 0 586 0 0 0 0 -- 3,836 0 0 27" 0 0 -- 1,292 0 0 183 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 1,475 0 0 30" 0 0 -- 3,622 0 0 4,422 0 0 252 0 0 0 0 -- 8,297 0 0 36" 0 0 -- 1,943 0 0 7,810 0 0 174 0 0 0 0 -- 9,927 0 0 42" 0 0 -- 2,624 0 0 4,632 2,624 57 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 7,256 2,624 36.2 48" 0 0 -- 837 0 0 349 837 240 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 1,186 837 70.6 Total 70,431 16,459 23.4 125,022 329 0.3 19,338 3,461 17.9 5,498 777 14.1 333 50 15.1 220,623 21,076 9.6 VCP: vitrified clay pipe; PVC: po yvinyl chloride; RCP: reinforced concrete pipe; DIP: ductile iron pipe 190 FISHPOT BMP 2 Summary of Visual Storm Sewer Inspections Conducted in Fishpot Creek prior to TMDL ARAP Implementation, July 1, 2018 - September 1, 2019. Inspected Sewers (#) Length of Inspected Sewers (mi) Sewers with Reportable Conditions (#) Length of Sewers with Reportable Conditions (mi) 1,350 23.23 54 1.11 *Of the 54 sewers with reportable conditions there was a total of 67 findings which included 32 tap break-ins or factory connections, and 33 uncontaminated infiltration points, and two (2) instances of vermine (frogs). Bacteria related water quality conditions were not linked to tap break-ins or infiltration sources. DEC personnel reviewed all reportable conditions and/or work orders where there was potential for reportable sewer conditions to exist. In one instance, DEC conducted a field investigation to determine if bacteria related water quality conditions existed as a result of a reported finding (WO#6706771, 9/8/2021). Per DEC's routine operating procedures, personnel inspected this finding by examining manholes and inlets upstream and downstream, and also investigating drainage areas above ground in order to identify and eliminate any potential sources of bacteria not captured through visual inspections of the storm sewer alone. Summary of Visual Storm Sewer Inspections Conducted in Fishpot Creek, January 1 - December 31, 2020. Inspected Sewers (#) Length of Inspected Sewers (mi) Sewers with Reportable Conditions (#) Length of Sewers with Reportable Conditions (mi.) 2,497 45.28 53` 1.59 *Of the 53 sewers with reportable conditions there was a total of 60 findings which included 41 tap break-ins, 17 uncontaminated infiltration points and two dead wildlife (1 grey squirrel and 1 raccoon). Bacteria related water quality conditions were not linked to tap break-ins or infiltration. DEC personnel inspected manholes and inlets upstream and downstream of sewers with reportable conditions when the source of the finding was not entirely known. DEC personnel also investigated drainage areas above ground, particularly when the observed finding was expected to be connected to a private storm water drain, in order to identify and eliminate any potential sources of bacteria not captured through visual inspections of the storm sewer alone. FISHPOT BMP 3 Summary of Response Actions to Visual Stormwater Sewer Inspections Conducted in Fishpot Creek,February 15, 2020 - February 14, 2021. Work Order Stormwater Sewer Date Investigation Response/Outcome 5664515 GIS-1884223 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664525 GIS-1884264 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664535 GIS-1884621 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664539 GIS-1884627 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664545 GIS-1892121 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664553 GIS-1891345 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664556 GIS-1891356 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5664565 GIS-1965900 2/21/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5699855 GIS-1891422 3/9/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5699860 GIS-1891587 3/9/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5699864 GIS-1938514 3/9/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5762220 GIS-1890643 4/14/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5762258 GIS-1891512 4/14/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5762287 GIS-1943381 4/14/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5762292 GIS-6937606 4/14/2020 Wildlife waste present. 5762301 GIS-6937618 4/14/2020 Wildlife waste present. 5812823 GIS-1938502 5/15/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5826926 GIS-1943296 5/18/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5865137 GIS-1890640 6/12/2020 Wildlife waste present. 5865139 GIS-1890704 6/12/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5865147 GIS-1890890 6/12/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5865149 GIS-1938511 6/12/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5865151 GIS-1949961 6/12/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5865155 GIS-1949962 6/12/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5865166 GIS-1950333 6/12/2020 Wildlife waste present. 5865168 GIS-1950337 6/12/2020 Wildlife waste present. 5910903 GIS-1961511 7/9/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5910915 GIS-1891005 7/9/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 5969200 GIS-1943093 8/12/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6021635 GIS-1899087 9/8/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6082543 GIS-1890495 10/8/2020 Wildlife waste present. 6082563 GIS-1899367 10/8/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6082564 GIS-1943665 10/8/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6191998 GIS-1906187 12/15/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6192025 GIS-1905789 12/15/2020 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6192030 GIS-1906069 12/15/2020 Dead raccoon present. 6262187 GIS-1898343 1/22/2021 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 6262189 GIS-1898344 1/22/2021 Source of bacteria pollution or indicators were not present. 191 Fishpot BMP 4 Bacteria (E. col i MPN/100mL) concentrations in Fishpot Creek for the 2020 recreational season. Samples were collected by MSD personnel at Vance Rd Valley Park, MO. Date E. coli (#/100mL) Discharge) (cfs) Area Corrected Discharge2 (cfs) Daily Load (Counts/day) Target Daily Load3 (Counts/day) 4/14/2020 730 0.00 0.00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 5/11/2020 52 0.00 0.00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 6/15/2020 320 0.00 0.00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 7/15/2020 340 38.20 42.79 3.56E+11 2.16E+11 8/12/2020 660 0.15 0.17 2.71E+09 8.47E+08 9/14/2020 230 0.00 0.00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 10/12/2020 220 0.00 0.00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 Geomean 280.9 1 Daily mean discharge data was obtained from United States Geological Survey website (USGS stream gage 07019120) on February 4, 2021. 2 Area Corrected Discharge utilizes a correction factor of 1.120042. 3 Based on an E. coli concentration of 206 MPN/100mL. Fishpot Creek E. coil (MPN/100mL) Geometric Means by Recreational Season 600 E. coli (MPN/100mL) Geomean 500 400 300 200 100 0 n/a 1 . . . . . . . 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Recreational Season 192 FISHPOT BMP 5 Properties in Fishpot Creek watershed that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system. Street Number Street Name City Zip Code Data Source 107 Lucerne Crossing Ct Ballwin 63011 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14870 Manchester Rd Ballwin 63011 MSD HWRS-PIMS data 2014-2018 530 Ballwin Commons Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 144 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 148 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 149 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 151 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 152 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 153 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 155 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 156 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 200 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 201 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 205 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 205 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 209 Barker Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1187 Big Bend Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1413 Boly Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 636 Brook Meadow Dr Ballwin 63021 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2010-2014 782 Canary Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 511 Cardinal Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 515 Cardinal Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 808 Catania Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 708 Debula Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 33 Elanore Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 35 Elanore Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 36 Elanore Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 34 Elanore St Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 500 Fox Run Estates Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 943 Hanna Bend Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 812 Hanna Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 813 Hanna Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1315 Hanna Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1346 Hanna Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 914 Hannafield Ct Ballwin 63021 St. Louis County - Sewage -Septic Complaints 950 Meramec Station Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 34 Mombert Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 37 Mombert Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 40 Mombert Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 615 Nandale Ln Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 243 New Ballwin Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 346 Novara Dr Ballwin 63021 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2010-2014 359 Old Meramec Station Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD HWRS-PIMS data 2014-2018 164 Point Lansing Cir Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 257 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 260 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 261 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 268 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 269 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 272 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 273 Point Lansing Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 339 Ries Bend Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 364 Ries Bend Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 413 Ries Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 538 Ries Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 760 Sulphur Spring Ct Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 602 Sulphur Spring Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 850 Sulphur Spring Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 885 Sulphur Spring Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1000 Sulphur Spring Rd Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 310 Tall Timber Meadows Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 316 Tall Timber Meadows Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 322 Tall Timber Meadows Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 328 Tall Timber Meadows Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 505 Thrush Ave Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 512 Thrush Ave Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 193 Street Number Street Name City Zip Code Data Source 402 Valley Manor Dr Ballwin 63021 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 219 Crescent Ave Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 221 Crescent Ave Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 225 Crescent Ave Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 229 Crescent Ave Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 265 Crescent Ave Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 285 Crescent Rd Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 230 Crescent Valley Ct Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 34 Main Dr Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 227 Main St Valley Park 63088 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 194 FISHPOT BMP 7 Properties in Fishpot Creek watershed that maintained an individual sewage disposal system in 2020. Records were obtained from MSD's Hauled Waste Program, October 13, 2021. Date Volume (gal.) Hauler Septic Type Source Name Source Address Zip Code 4/9/2020 1000 MID AMERICA DRAIN SERVICES INC Septic Tank - Commercial/Industrial* Calliers Catering 14779 Manchester Rd 63011 *The business at this property does not have an active accoun with MSD's Billing Department but it is within close proximity to the public sanitary sewer. It is possible this delivery to MSD's Hauled Waste Station contained waste from a grease trap instead of an individual sewage disposal system. 195 Creve Coeur BMP1 L OS 1'} Ei] iWfr gla A ler T{ ti + ti •a r°— :r{+4 015 1.5 3 Miles T J ', rolidgfog gagifickTR Jlr , S s at tcNf1{47 FFi� CL4Yrsp,,R. 'Tiro a a 1. '-: Legend REH ABTYPE No Reran Rerun Ca rpleIe :rE.3 T:°Aria,^ leis F unJc� IItleG Crewe Coeur Creek ' '•3- r d Creve Coeur Creek BMP 1 Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Summary for Sanitary Sewers Located within 100 ft. of all streams and open channel tributaries as of October, 2021. Summary of Sanitary Pipe Assets VCP PVC RCP Cast Iron or DIP Other Total Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total (#) Rehabbed (#) Rehabbed (%) Total 921 503 54.6 1870 16 0.9 175 14 8.0 210 20 9.5 6 2 33.3 3,182 555.0 17.4 Summary of Sanitary Pipe Lengths (ft) VCP PVC RCP Cast Iron or DIP Other Sub -Total Diameter Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) Total (ft) Rehabbed (ft) Rehabbed (%) 6" 880 0 0.0 782 0 0.0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 1,662 0 0.0 8" 136,830 82,479 60.3 224,537 3,145 1.4 0 0 10,899 2,538 23.3 369 369 100.0 372,636 88,531 23.8 10" 18,283 12,411 67.9 18,212 0 0.0 50 0 0.0 1,383 0 0.0 0 0 -- 37,928 12,411 32.7 12" 5,530 3,692 66.8 11,873 0 0.0 0 0 - 720 40 5.6 124 0 0.0 18,247 3,732 20.5 15" 4,629 5,166 111.6 25,018 0 0.0 0 0 1,032 0 0.0 0 0 30,679 5,166 16.8 16" 0 0 -- 853 0 0.0 0 0 2,758 0 0.0 0 0 3,612 0 0.0 18" 1,566 0 0.0 14,261 0 0.0 49 0 0.0 3,303 0 0.0 55 0 0.0 19,235 0 0.0 20" 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 0 0 163 0 0.0 0 0 163 0 0.0 21" 0 0 -- 4,274 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 4,274 0 0.0 24" 193 0 0.0 11,026 0 0.0 2,781 301 le 8 3,054 0 0.0 0 0 17,054 301 1.8 27" 0 0 -- 2,119 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 2,119 0 0.0 30" 0 0 -- 4,535 0 0.0 7,856 4,051 51.6 1,627 260 16.0 0 0 14,018 4,311 30.8 36" 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 10,935 0 0.0 1,327 0 0.0 0 0 12,262 0 0.0 42" 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 3,387 0 0.0 1,044 0 0.0 0 0 4,431 0 0.0 48" 0 0 -- 1,426 0 0.0 5,815 0 0.0 252 0 0.0 0 0 -- 7,493 0 0.0 60" 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 7,150 0 0.0 0 0 -- 0 0 7,150 0 0.0 66" 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 6,196 0 0.0 0 0 -- 0 0 - 6,196 0 0.0 96" 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 89 0 0.0 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 89 0 0.0 Total 167,912 103,748 61.8 318,916 3,145 1.0 44,309 4,352 9.8 27,562 2,838 10.3 548 369 67.4 559,247 114,452 20.5 197 Creve Coeur Creek BMP 2 and BMP 3 See narrative summary. Results from 2021 visual inspections and response work to be provided with 2022 report 198 Creve Coeur Creek BMP 4 Bacteria (E. coli MPN/100mL) concentrations in Creve Coeur Creek for the 2020 recreational season. Samples were collected by MSD personnel at Olive Boulevard near Chesterfield, MO. Date E. coli (#/100mL) Discharge) (cfs) Area Corrected Discharge2 (cfs) Daily Load (Counts/day) Target Daily Load3 (Counts/day) 4/15/2020 650 12.0 15.08 2.40E+11 7.60E+10 5/12/2020 86 12.0 15.08 3.17E+10 7.60E+10 6/17/2020 140 8.2 10.31 3.53E+10 5.19E+10 7/27/2020 120 7.0 8.80 2.58E+10 4.43E+10 8/24/2020 250 7.0 8.80 5.38E+10 4.43E+10 9/15/2020 n/a 5.1 6.41 -- 3.23E+10 9/23/2020 310 5.0 6.28 4.77E+10 3.17E+10 10/13/2020 98 4.7 5.91 1.42E+10 2.98E+10 Geomean 184.0 Daily mean discharge data was obtained from United States Geological Survey website (USGS stream gage 06935890) on January 28, 2022. 2 Area Corrected Discharge utilizes a correction factor of 1.2568. s Based on an E. coli concentration of 206 MPN/100mL. Creve Coeur Creek (WBID 1703) E. coli (MPN/100mL) Geometric Means by Recreational Season 600 500 E. coli (MPN/100mL) Geomean 400 300 200 100 0 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 Recreational Season 199 Greve Coeur BMP 5 Properties in Creve Coeur Creek watershed that may utilize an individual sewage disposal system. Street Number Street Name City Zip Code Data Source 14685 Clayton Rd Ballwin 63011 MSD HWRS-PIMS data 2014-2018 14685 Clayton Rd Ballwin 63011 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 2219 Bantry Ln Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 19 Baxter Ln Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 50 Brook Mill Ln Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14502 Cazado Dr Chesterfield 63017 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2000-2005 15332 Chesterfield Pines Ln Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 13769 Clayton Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14730 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14823 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 14829 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 14880 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14975 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 15125 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 15310 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 15320 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 15400 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 15446 Conway Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 5 Georgetown Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 6 Georgetown Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 8 Georgetown Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1 Haybarn Ln Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14561 N Outer 40 Rd Chesterfield 63017 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2006-2009 455 N Woods Mill Rd Chesterfield 63017 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2006-2009 13827 Olive Blvd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14164 Olive Blvd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14390 Olive Blvd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 13268 S Outer Forty Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 304 S Woods Mill Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1410 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1851 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2006-2009 1859 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 1965 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 1965 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1967 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 1967 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1969 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 2290 Schoettler Rd Chesterfield 63017 City of Chesterfield, 2018 80 Spring Valley Dr Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 15365 Squires Way Dr Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 728 Straub Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 770 Straub Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14780 Sugarwood Trail Dr Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14790 Sugarwood Trail Dr Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 14860 Sugarwood Trail Dr Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1350 Timberlake Manor Pkwy Chesterfield 63017 St. Louis County - Locations of Sites Served by Existing Septic System 2006-2009 610 White Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1060 White Rd Chesterfield 63017 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 72 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 75 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 75 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 76 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 79 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 79 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 80 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 80 Garden Ln Maryland Heights 63043 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 285 Babler Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12508 Clark Manor Cir Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 342 Conway Downs Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12616 Conway Downs Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12319 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12339 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12353 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12361 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12403 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12507 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 13307 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 13344 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 13398 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 200 Street Number Street Name City Zip Code Data Source 13511 Conway Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 561 Falaise Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 242 Falling Leaves Ct Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12539 Falling Leaves Ct Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 302 Hampshire Hill Ln Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 314 Hampshire Hill Ln Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 142 Ladue Farm Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12210 Ladue Rd Saint Louis 63141 Creve Coeur, 2015 12210 Ladue Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 625 Maryville Centre Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD HWRS-PIMS data 2014-2018 901 Mason Wood Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 865 Masonridge Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 887 Masonridge Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 991 Masonridge Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 13020 Masonview Ct Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 29 Muirfield Ln Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 815 N Mason Rd Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 11745 Olive Blvd Saint Louis 63141 MSD HWRS-PIMS data 2014-2018 12142 Royal Valley Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12328 S 40 Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12340 S 40 Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12410 S 40 Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12434 S 40 Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12474 S 40 Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12536 S 40 Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 568 Tecumseh Dr Saint Louis 63141 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 137 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 141 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 145 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 149 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 152 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 153 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 157 Amiot Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1559 Creve Coeur Mill Rd Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 2481 Driftwood Ln Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12819 Fee Fee Rd Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12565 Marine Ave Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12630 Marine Ave Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12630 Marine Ave Saint Louis 63146 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 12821 Marine Ave Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12851 Marine Ave Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 124 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 156 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 156 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 160 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 171 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 171 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 188 Marine Ln Saint Louis 63146 City of Maryland Heights, 2018 1803 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1807 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1808 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1811 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1815 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1819 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1823 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1827 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1831 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1835 Mill Ridge Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1219 Ross Ave Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 1231 Ross Ave Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 12380 Sparrowhawk Ct Saint Louis 63146 MSD GIS non-sewered parcel 201 Creve Coeur BMP 7 Properties in Creve Coeur Creek watershed that maintained an individual sewage disposal system in 2020. Records were obtained from MSD's Hauled Waste Program, October 13, 2021. Date Volume (gal.) Hauler Septic Type Source Name Source Address Zip Code 4/9/2020 300 MID AMERICA DRAIN SERVICES INC Septic Tank - Commercial/Industrial* Weber Chevy 12015 Olive Blvd 63141 *The business at this property has an active account with MSD's Billing Department. It is possible this delivery to MSD's Hauled Waste Station contained waste from an oil and grease separator instead of an individual sewage disposal system. 202 Appendix BMP 2 MCM1 Approved Haulers MSD Approved Hauler List Hauler Name Hauler ID Address City State Zip Phone ACE AGRI PRODUCTS INC 119 9035 State Rt 163 Millstadt IL 62260 618-332-2296 ACE PIPE CLEANING INC. 68 100 Washington Street South Roxanna IL 62087 618-254-4874 ALL STAR PUMPING AND SEWER SERVICE 126 P.O. Box 982 O'Fallon MO 63366 636-240-7863 ALL WEATHER SEWER COMPANY 3 P.O. Box 24 Mapaville MO 63065 636-797-2345 CITY OF WENTZVILLE 189 200 East Fourth Street Wentzville MO 63385 636-639-2014 CLEAN HARBORS INDUSTRIAL SERVICES 40 121 East Chain of Rock Road Mitchell IL 62040 618-210-7021 COMMERCIAL PUMPING SERVICE 153 P. 0. Box 429 Saint Charles MO 63301 636-255-0009 D&S SEPTIC TANK 81 317 East Bellvue Pacific MO 63069 636-271-2161 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES INC 210 10627 Midwest Industrial Blvd. Saint Louis MO 63132 314-785-6425 ENVIRONMENTAL WORKS INC 228 1455 East Chestnut Expressway Springfield MO 65802 817-637-4191 ENVIROVAC WASTE TRANSPORT SYSTEMS 117 526 West Reid Street Jacksonville IL 62650 217-245-0460 GATEWAY SEWER AND DRAIN INC 195 11070 Gravois Industrial Ct Saint Louis MO 63128 636-677-0083 GEEDING CONSTRUCTION INC 194 600 Highway H Troy MO 63379 636-290-8351 GREASE MASTERS LLC 185 P.O. Box 132 Cottleville MO 63338 636-916-3115 H&H SEWER TANK & PIPE CLEANING 46 P.O. Box 847 Belleville IL 62222 618-235-4212 HERITAGE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC 118 251 North Old St. Louis Road Wood River IL 62095 618-216-8600 HUNT VAC SERVICES LLC 225 4180 Beck AVENUE Saint Louis MO 63116 314-378-1078 ILLINI ENVIRONMENTAL INC 115 P.O. Box 387 Caseyville IL 62232 618-397-1234 INDUSTRIAL AND PETROLEUM ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC 227 P.O. Box 138 Hallsville MO 65255 573-696-3333 INTER RAIL SYSTEMS INC 213 P.O. Box 526 Cape Girardeau MO 63702 573-334-9437 K A BULK TRANSPORT 183 P.O. Box 11708 Green Bay WI 54307 217-855-6464 KIESEL COMPANY 13 4801 Fyler Ave. Saint Louis MO 63116 314-351-5500 MERRELL BROS INC ST LOUIS DISPOSAL SOLUTIONS 229 6400 McKissock AVENUE Saint Louis MO 63147 765-513-5277 MID AMERICA DRAIN SERVICES INC 151 P.O. Box 238 Valley Park MO 63088 636-225-1428 MIDWEST UNDERGROUND LLC 233 7627 Richter Road Mascoutah IL 62258 618-973-0729 06 ENVIRONMENTAL LLC 232 6311 Bartmer Industrial Drive Saint Louis MO 63130 314-862-6671 PLANT MAINTENANCE SERVICES 155 2 Ultraway Drive Highland IL 62249 618-654-6559 PSC INDUSTRIAL OUTSOURCING 231 2030 Park Avenue Granite City IL 62040 618-334-6404 QUALITY CARRIERS 124 P.O. Box 13208 Memphis TN 38113 877-866-3903 RAM POWER ENVIRONMENTAL LLC 169 P.O. Box 30 Millersville MO 63766 573-334-5241 SEPTIC SERVICES INC 59 P.O. Box 632 Union MO 63084 636-583-5564 SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT CO 20 7525 A Sussex Ave. Saint Louis MO 63143 314-644-6000 SUPREME TRUCKING & EXCAVATING LLC 165 4603 Hedge Road Roxana IL 62084 618-254-0070 TRUCK TRANSPORT INC 21 2280 Cassens Drive Fenton MO 63026 314-481-6407 UNITED RENTALS (DBA RELIABLE ONSITE SERVICES) 234 4695 Crossroads Industrial Drive Bridgeton MO 63044 314-898-5530 VALICOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 224 5450 Brown AVENUE Saint Louis MO 63120 513-403-8555 VETERAN SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 22 13010 Gist Road Bridgeton MO 63044 314-739-6900 WALDEN ASSOCIATED TECHNOLOGIES INC 83 P.O. Box2845 Glen Carbon IL 62034 314-421-0133 WHITE SANITATION 95 21529 Double Arch Rd. Staunton IL 62088 618-635-4020 Appendix BMP 4 MCM1 Trade Associations Trade Associations With Members That Could Have Significant Stormwater Impact Association Name Address Available Contact phone/email Website Members With Potential Stormwater Impact Activities American Society of Civil Engineers, St. Louis Chapter 4359 Lindell Blvd., Saint Louis, MO 63108 https://sections.asce.or g/st-louis/contacts https://sections.asce.org/st-louis/ Engineers, developers, and consultants Sediment from land development Associated General Contractors, St. Louis Chapter 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Ste. 200, St. Louis, MO 63139 314-781-2356 https://www.agcmo.org/ Contractors Sediment from land development Building Owners and Managers Association of Metropolitan St. Louis 7745 Carondelet Ave., #308, St. Louis, MO 63105 314-884-4254 boma@bomastl.org htt p//�'ww.bomastl.org/ Commercial property owners, managers and operating personnel Pet Waste, Yard Waste, Septic tanks, Winter deicing, FOG Concrete Council of St. Louis 8000 Maryland Ave, Suite 1320, St. Louis, MO 63105 314-862-0324 mail@concretecouncil.c om https://concretecouncil.com/contact Contractors Sediment from land development, Concrete washout water/IDD Home Builders Association of St. Louis 10104 Old Olive Street Road, St. Louis, MO 63141 314-817-5630 http://www.stlhba.com/ Residential construction Sediment from land development International Erosion Control Association - Great Rivers Chapter (includes Missouri) no information available 800-455-4322 https://greatriversieca.o rg/contact/ https://greatriversieca.org/ Contractors Sediment from land development Landscape & Nursery Association of Greater St. Louis 1328 Forest Avenue Kirkwood, MO 63122 http://www.stlouislands cape.org/index.cfm/fuse action/home.contact/in dex.htm %2Oinfo@stlouislandsca pe.org http://www.stlouislandscape.org/inde x.cfm/fuseaction/home.home/index.h tm Landscape contractors and nurseries Yard Waste, Yard chemicals usage and storage, Winter deicing Missouri Restaurant Association, St. Louis Chapter 1810 Craig Road, Suite 225, St. Louis, MO 63146 314-576-2777 bhergenroether@mores taurants.org bbonney@morestaurant s.org http://morestaurants.org/greater-st- louis/ Restaurants FOG SITE Improvement Association 2071 Exchange Dr., St. Charles, MO 63303 314-966-2950 http://sitestl.org/ General and specialty contractors Yard Waste, Septic tanks, Winter deicing, Sediment from land development St. Louis Area Hotel Association 65906 Scanlan Ave., St. Louis, MO 63139 314-781-5112 http://www.stlhotels.com/ Hotel properties Pet Waste, Yard Waste, Winter deicing, FOG, pools St. Louis Association of REALTORS 12777 Olive Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63141 314-576-0033 news@stlrealtors.com https://www.stlrealtors.com/ Commercial and residential MCMS BMP owners BMP ownership education during property sales St. Louis Auto Dealers Association 13616 Manchester Rd, St Louis, MO 63131 314-822-0333 http://stlautos.com/ Automotive dealers Industrial activity St. Louis Food Truck Association (STLFTA) no information available https://www.facebook.c om/STLFTAofficial/ https://www.stlfta.com/about Food trucks FOG FOG = Fats, Oils, and Grease 204 Appendix BMP 5 MCM1 Contractors 2021 MCM 1 13M Number 5, Co-permittee Reported Contractors Engaged in Major Land Disturbance Co-permittee Plan Area Contractor Name Contractor Address Contractor Contact Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Berkeley Gaebe 108 Metrocom dr. Pacifice mo. 63069 573-659-1165 8725 Scudder rd. City of Berkeley Plattin 555 E. Outer 21 rd. Arnold mo. 63010 636-287-1848 8054 Patterson dr.,6008 Garfield, 6104 Evergreen, 6105,6003, 5905, 5817, Hancock, 5070 James S. McDonnell blvd, 5815 N. Hanley rd.,6737 Torlina dr., City of Berkeley Belton 4233 Chouteau ave. St. Louis mo. 63110 314-494-0620 8522 Airport rd. City of Berkeley ADB 18777 Histroic Rite 66 Pacific mo. 63069 314-426-5200 8106 Frost ave., 8360 Airport rd., 6425 Graham, 8418 Midwood ave., 8811 Harold City of Berkeley C.E. Bollmeter 14515 Missouri Bottom rd. Bridgeton mo. 63044 314-298-7885 8244 January, 6048 Madison ave., 6818 Frost ave., 8500 Frost, 6625 Carol Lee rd. 8945 Bessemer8863 Kathlyn dr., 8131 Blueberry In., 6316 Jackson ave., 6235 Tyndall dr., 6344 Graham rd., 8305 Midwood, City of Berkeley Kelpe 17955 Manchester rd. Wildwood mo. 63038 636-458-1400 6230 Garfield City of Berkeley Geeding 600 State Hwy H Troy mo. 63379 636-528-5863 6346 Witsell ave City of Berkeley Kams 14515 Missouri Bottom rd. Bridgeton mo. 63044 314-475-1001 6625 Carllee dr., 6818 Friarwood, 8500 Frost, 6101 Ever reen City of Berkeley Excel Utility 1383 Highway AT Villa Ridge mo. 63089 636-742-5752 9377 Natural Bridge rd., 6437 Evergreen, 6829 Eisele st., 8310 Midwood, 6046 Caroline ave., 6130 Shillington, 6625 Torlina dr., 6004 Evergreen, 6206 Evergreen, 8930 Harold dr., 8544 Airport rd., 6058 Jackson, 8625 Harold, 4420 Picajune, 9109 Guthrie, 4526 Manor #6, 8150 Zoe, 8710 Harold, 6649 Romiss, 6834 Brower ct., 8605 Jo Court, 6638 Pepperidge, 6300 McDonnell BLVD,6105, Hancock, 6737 Torlina, 8617 Stella, 6448 Evergreen, 6150 Jefferson, 5001 Springdale, 6348 Fay, 6031 Cascade, 8850 Springdale, City of Berkeley Excel Utility _ 6246 Langdon ct., 8439 Buckthorn, 9025 Tutwiler, 8200 Airport rd., 6843 Woodhurst, 8557 Frost, 6217 Peurifoy, 6221 Evergreen, 6140 N. Hanley, 7301 Hazelwood, 4418 Fairfield City of Berkeley Missouri (Skipped) Kim Draves 8300 Frost, 8619 Mary, 6845 Berkridge ct., 8619 Mary 6235 Tyndall, 8100 Gardner, 8130 Blueberry, 8223 Fay, 4401 N Hanley, 6203 Tyndall, 9023 Bessemer, 8315 Hatina, 6445 N Hanley, 6053 Garfield, 6149 Garfield, 8297 Frost, 9109 Tutwiler, 6830 Friarwood, 5817 Hancock, 6388 Graham rd., 6849 Berkridge ct., 8317 Frost, 8319 Hatina, 8301 Hatina, 6024 James S McDonnell blvd.,8573 Kathlyn dr., 8018 January City of Berkeley Spire (Skipped) Tod Fagan 8909 Kathlyn, 9041 Guthrie, 9031 Harold, 9330 Irvington ?, 8321 Frost, 6110 Avila, 4633 World Parkway cir, 5817 Hancock, 6142 Jefferson, 8234 Airport rd., 8725 Scudder rd., 6009 Garfield, 6064 Madison, 6046 Caroline ?, 6368 Graham rd., 8925 Zev ave., 8410 Bayberry, 8719 Kathlyn,6818 Eisele, 5430 James S McDonnell, 8142 Airport rd., 8541 Wabash, 4000 Eminence, 8409 St Olaf, 8815 Bobb, 8823 Bobb, 8275 Frost, 8409 Short st., 9373 Koenig Circle dr., 6818 Friarwood, 6012 Nevis ct., City of Berkeley A.D.D.A. (Skipped) (Skipped) 6617 Thurston City of Berkeley Edwards (Skipped) (Skipped) 6712 Thurston City of Berkeley Bi-State (Skipped) (Skipped) 8132 Addington City of Berkeley Alpha Custom (Skipped) Matthew 6157 Shillington, 8310 Frost ave., 8637 Kathlyn dr. City of Brentwood L. Keeley Construction 500 South Ewing, Suite 0; St. Louis, MO 63103 Jacob Blanton Various- Brentwood Bound City of Bridgeton Mcgrath & Associates, Inc. 1920 South Kingshighway Blvd., 63110 314-571-5345 2.07 City of Bridgeton Koester Construction 3050 Southeast Enterprise Dr., 50111 515-986-5500 1.52 City of Bridgeton Ferguson 370 Crossing 22528 Shelton Rd., 63383 314-581-6063 10.4 City of Bridgeton Ferguson 370 Crossing 22528 Shelton Rd., 63383 314-581-6063 5.30 City of Bridgeton Republic Services 13570 St. Charles Rock Rd., 63044 314-683-3921 15.0 City of Bridgeton Poettker Construction 400 South Germantown Rd., 62230 618-623-5957 2.36 City of Bridgeton 370 Excavation, LLC 854 Lonestar Dr., 63366 636-978-3478 16.05 City of Bridgeton Byrne & Jones Construction 13940 St. Charles Rock Rd., 63044 314-567-7997 9.00 City of Bridgeton Ferguson 370 Crossing 22528 Shelton Rd., 63383 314-581-6063 27.3 205 Appendix BMP 5 MCM1 Contractors 2021 MCM 1 BMP Number 5, Co-permittee Reported Contractors Engaged in Major Land Disturbance Co-permittee Plan Area Contractor Name Contractor Address Contractor Contact Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Bridgeton Ferguson 370 Crossing 22528 Shelton Rd., 63383 314-581-6063 6.10 City of Bridgeton Elite Development Services 5091 New Baumgartner Rd., 63129 314-487-6717 2.00 City of Bridgeton Kuesel Excavating Co. 854 Lonestar Dr., 63366 636-530-9100 20.5 City of Chesterfield Clayco, Inc. 2199 Innerbelt Bus Cntr Dr (314) 592-2248 461 BURKHARDT PL 1485 City of Chesterfield Monarch Flats, LLC 1717 Wilson Ave (314) 575-2594 NORTH OUTER 40 RD A City of Chesterfield Pulte Group 1900 E. Gold Road, Suite 30 (635) 537-7126 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Chesterfield Paric Corporation 77 Westport Plaza (636) 561-9500 15201 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield Sydney Kurtz 2054 Swaying Oaks Road (636) 332-1928 17905 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield Andrew Brown 635 Trade Center Blvd. (314) 768-4894 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield TSG Chesterfield Lifestyle, LLC 2127 Innerbelt Bus. Ctr, #20 (314) 513-1500 17017 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield Kehr Development, LLC 911 South 13th Street (314) 241-6014 1 CAPRICE DR City of Chesterfield Ryan Rans 112 W. Jefferson Blvd Ste 2 (574) 251-4400 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield Plaza Inn, LLC 1645 Swift Ave (816) 221-1633 16851 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield Energy Marketing 2130 Kienlen Avenue (314) 383-3700 18423 OLIVE STREET RD City of Chesterfield MCB Design, LLC 16091 Swingley Ridge Road, # (314) 336-0248 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield Chesterfield Community 14647 LADUE RD 314) 469-3255 14647 LADUE RD City of Chesterfield TAUC Properties, LLC 14015 Brentwood Blvd, Ste (314) 785-7620 13426 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield Joseph Gira 905 Claymark Dr (314) 991-6088 15320 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield Lajja Real Estate Holdings LLC 10633 Page Avenue (314) 306-6866 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Clayton Cole 401518th Street, Ste 200, St Louis MO 63103 Alyssa Voelkel 4.64 ac/6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton Marschel Wrecking, LLC 1601 Larkin Williams Rd, Fenton MO 63026 Jeremy Frye 1.12 ac/211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton US Capital Development 7911 Forsyth Blvd, St Louis MO 63105 Michael Fitzgibbons 2.66 ac/8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton Ryan Companies US, Inc 111 Shuman Boulevard Suite 400, Naperville IL 60563 David Erickson 3.33 ac/7651 Clayton Rd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Crestwood Rob Bittick Construction Company 423 Clark Street Rob Bittick 9846 Watson Road City of Creve Coeur Paric 77 Westport Plaza Suite 250 Mike Rozier 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur UIC 1536 Tower Grove Avenue Brett McMahon 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur Clayco 2199 Innerbelt Business Center Drive Matt Drobak 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur Goodwin Brothers Construction 4885 New Baumgartner Rd Zack Bridgewater 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur Alberici Constructors 8800 Page Avenue Peter Nernberger 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur S.M. Wilson 2185 Hampton Avenue Mike Ashley 425 N. Spoede Road City of Ellisville Flower & Fendler Homes (Estates at Ellisville Meadows) 200 S. Elam, Suite 300, Valley Park, MO 63088 Sean Flower 314-486-0596 95 Ranchmoor Trail City of Ellisville Diversified Structure Solutions IShawneetown Capitol Site 3167 Fee Fee Road, Bridgeton, MO 63044 Norm Berra 636-584-1960 137 Clarkson Road City of Ellisville Musick Construction (Chase Bank) 254 Hanley Industrial Ct., Brentwood, MO 63144 Ken Kuehler 314-378-6993 100 Clarkson Road City of Ellisville Cameron General Contractors (Creek Retirement Community) 7101 S2nd, Lincoln, NE 68516 Mike Kerscher 402-450-1311 15950 Manchester Road City of Florissant DZI Construction Services 9675 Northwest Ct, Clarkston, MI 48346 Eddie Cadawalader 3200 N Hwy 67 City of Hazelwood Kuesel Excavating 854 Lone Star Drive, O'Fallon, MO 63366 Steve Quigley 14 Acres, 6032 Aviator Drive City of Hazelwood Kuesel Excavating , O'Fallon, MO 63366 Steve Quigley 15.5 Acres, 6063-6091 Aviator Drive City of Hazelwood Big City Asphalt 3321 Princeton Avenue, Collinsville, IL 62234 Brandon Hayes 2 Acres, 135 & 143 Byassee Drive City of Hazelwood Roanoke Construction 7717 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63121 Heather Becker 3.56 Acres, 3746 Dunn Road City of Hazelwood Michael Velloff (Skipped) Michael Velloff 7.8 Acres, 5951 Howdershell Road City of Hazelwood Kuesel Excavating 854 Lone Star Drive, O'Fallon, MO 63366 Steve Quigley 9.6 Acres, 6120-6148 N. Lindbergh Boulevard City of Hazelwood Kuesel Excavating 854 Lone Star Drive, O'Fallon, MO 63366 Steve Quigley 1.9 Acres, 6250 N. Lindbergh Boulevard City of Hazelwood Keystone Construction 633 Spirit Valley Central Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63005 Philip Ferrar 11.08 Acres, 133 James S. McDonnell Boulevard City of Hazelwood Larry Hines 161 Carlton Point Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385 Larry Hines 8.4 Acres, 13115 Missouri Bottom Road City of Hazelwood Kuesel Excavating 854 Lone Star Drive, O'Fallon, MO 63366 Steve Quigley 14.14 Acres, 6200-6228 Pershall Road 206 Appendix BMP 5 MCM1 Contractors 2021 MCM 1 BMP Number 5, Co-permittee Reported Contractors Engaged in Major Land Disturbance Co-permittee Plan Area Contractor Name Contractor Address Contractor Contact Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Hazelwood Bex Construction 1148 S Benton Avenue, St. Charles, MO 63301 Ross Emmenegger 16.2 Acres, 4801 Trade Access Boulevard City of Hazelwood Kamadulski Excavating & Grading 4336 Highway 162, Granite City, IL 62040 Ryan Fischer 36.5 Acres, 1500 Tradeport Drive City of Hazelwood Kamadulski Excavating & Grading 4336 Highway 162, Granite City, IL 62040 Ryan Fischer 33.3 Acres, 1555 Tradeport Drive City of Hazelwood Kamadulski Excavating & Grading 4336 Highway 162, Granite City, IL 62040 Ryan Fischer 30.4 Acres, 1575 Tradeport Drive City of Hazelwood Kamadulski Excavating & Grading 4336 Highway 162, Granite City, IL 62040 Ryan Fischer 30 Acres, 1600 Tradeport Drive City of Kirkwood BuildSTL 11994 Sackston Ridge St. Louis, MO 63141 derek@buildstl.com 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Ladue Tegethoff Homes 21 Fox Meadows, St Louis, MO 63127 314-590-3468 9934 Litzsinger Road City of Ladue Duggan Contracting 1130 Mid Rivers Ind Ct, St Peters, Mo 63376 636-936-1566 10046 Litzsinger Road City of Ladue Paric Corp 77 Westport Plaza Ste 250 636-561-9500 755 5 Price Road City of Ladue Johnson Development 12825 Flushing Meadow Drive, Ste 210, St Louis, Mo 63131 314-995-9001 63 Trent Drive City of Ladue JH Berra 5091 New Baumgartner Road, St Louis, Mo 63129 314-487-5617 Brentwood to Conway Phase 3 and 4(DCO2-DC03) City of Ladue Kolb Grading 5731 Westwood Drive, St Charles, Mo 63034 636-421-0200 Brentwood to Conway Phase 1 and 2 (DCO2-DC03) City of Ladue Duggan Contracting 1130 Mid Rivers Ind Ct, St Peters, Mo 63376 636-936-1566 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue RV Wagner 4712 Green Park Road, St Louis, MO 63123 314-892-1600 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue SM Wilson 2185 Hampton, St Louis, Mo 63139 314-645-9595 9701 Conway Road City of Ladue Duggan Contracting 1130 Mid Rivers Ind Ct, St Peters, Mo 63376 636-936-1566 615 5 Price Road City of Ladue Alex McPheeters 449 N Clay Ave, Clayton, MO 63105 314-397-3035 East Ladue Lane Subdivision City of Manchester Josh Foster 5091 NEW BAUMGARTNER RD Josh Foster (314) 487-6717 500 WOODS MILL RD City of Maryland Heights Cissell Mueller Construction 5530 salt River Road, St. Peters, MO 63376 Dan Bargen 13610 Riverport Drive/ 6 Acres City of Maryland Heights Arco Construction Company, Inc. 900 N. Rock Hill! Road, St. Louis, MO 63119 Steve Hille 2315 Millpark Drive/ 8.31 Acers City of Maryland Heights vvescporc commerce center owner, �„ 12647 Olive Blvd. Suite 510, St. Louis, MO 63141 Michael Towerman 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights Mound City Homes 20 Harvestglen Court, Creve Coeur, MO 63141 Tom de Greck 2910 Rose Acres Drive/ 2.77 Acres City of Maryland Heights NorthPoint Development 12977 N. Outer 40, Suite 203, St. Louis, MO 63141 Mark Ziller 13971 Riverport Drive/ 49.5 Acres City of Maryland Heights BSI Constructors 6767 Southwest Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63143 Paul Hollman 2920 Fee Fee Road/ 3.65 Acres City of Maryland Heights KBG, Inc 9339 Caddyshack Circle, St. Louis, MO 63127 Doug Jones 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Northwoods Raineri Construction 1300 Hampton Avenue Suite 200 Saint Louis, MO 63139 Brandon Weis Nelson Dr City of Olivette L. Keeley 500 S Ewing Ave, Suite G, St. Louis, MO 63103 Dan Gronek, Senior Project Manaaar 14 acres, SW corner of Olive Bld/I-170 City of Olivette J.H. Berra Construction Comp, Inc. 5091 Baumgartner Rd, St Louis, MO 63129 Brian Jokerst 4.4 acres, 9411/9415 Old Bonhomme Rd City of Olivette VE Design Group of MO 520 E Jackson St, Suite 2, Wilard, MO 65781 Mike Burkhart 2.4 acres, 9476 Olive Blvd City of Olivette SM Wilson & Co 2185 Hampton Ave, #1OO, St. Louis, MO 63139 Mike Ashly 7.9 acres, 9661 Old Bonhomme Rd City of Olivette Wright Construction Services 11 Lami Industrial Dr, St Peters, MO 63304 Brian Guccione, Senior Project Manager 27.5 acres, Warson Park Community Center/Greenway, 1200 N Warson Rd City of Richmond Heights Fischer Homes 3940 Olympic Blvd„ Suite 400, Erlanger, KY, 41018 Dave Stroup 8915 Eager Road City of University City Holland Construction Services 4495 North Illinois Street Swansea, IL 62226 Tim Simon (618) 277-8870 16 acres City of University City Big Sur Construction P.O. Box 28514 St. Louis, MO 63146 Sid Chakraverty (314) 304 - 3747 2.5 acres City of Valley Park Ambassador Development 1300 Big Bend Blvd. Kim Gardner 802 Forest Ave. City of Valley Park L. Keeley Construction 500 S Ewing Ave. Unit G Lucas Murphy 4t 7 Crescent Ave. City of Wildwood Contract Land Staff LLC 2245 Texas Drive, Sugarland TX 77479 Kris Courtney 6.O6ac / various locations City of Wildwood Innovated Construction 10285 Bach Blvd Saint Louis, MO 63132 Randy Green 1.59ac/1431 Highway 109 City of Wildwood Jill & Kurt Nufer 2701 Christy Lane, Wildwood, MO 63038 Kurt Nufer 1.47ac / 2701 Christy Ln City of Wildwood Whalen Custom Homes 338 S Kirkwood Rd Suite 103, Kirkwood, MO 63122 Mike Whalen 1.58ac / 4623 Chateau Ln City of Wildwood Fick Supply Services 501 Eatherton Rd, Wildwood, MO 63005 Dave Fick 3.75ac / 501 Eatherton Rd City of Wildwood Kai Design 2060 Craigshire Dr, St. Louis, MO 63146 Michael Andreson 2.55ac / 16780 Main St St. Louis County See enclosed St. Louis County 2021 Annual Report list and details Village of Bel -Nor Wehmeyer Farms 680 Himmel Road, Moscow Mills, MO. 63362 Gary Cannon 2 City Streets and city ROW 207 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Affton 101 Affton High (1050) River des Peres Rogers Middle (3000) River des Peres Mesnier Primary School (4040) River des Peres Gotsch Intermediate School (4080) River des Peres Bayless Bayless Senior High (1050) River des Peres Bayless Junior High (2000) River des Peres Bayless Elementary (4020) River des Peres Brentwood Brentwood High (1050) Des Peres Brentwood Middle (3000) Des Peres Mark Twain Elem. (4040) Des Peres Mcgrath Elem. (4060) Des Peres Clayton Clayton High (1050) Des Peres Wydown Middle (3000) Des Peres Ralph M. Captain Elem. (4020) Des Peres Glenridge Elem. (4040) Des Peres Meramec Elem. (5000) Des Peres Ferguson -Florissant R -II Mccluer High (1050) Missouri river Mccluer South -Berkeley High (1060) (STEAM Academy) mississippi river Mccluer North High (1070) Missouri river Berkeley Middle (3000) Missouri river Cross Keys Middle (3030) Missouri river Ferguson Middle (3050) Missouri River Airport Elem. (4010) Missouri River 208 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Bermuda Elem. (4020) mississippi river Central Elem. (4040) mississippi river Combs Intermediate. (4060) Missouri river Commons Lane Elem. (4080) Missouri River Cool Valley Elem. (4100) Mississippi River Duchesne Elem. (4140) Missouri River Griffith Intermediate. (4160) Mississippi River Halls Ferry Intermediate. (4180) Missouri River Holman Elem. (4190) Mississippi River Lee Hamilton Intermediate. (4200) Mississippi River Johnson Wabash 6th Grade Center. (4210) Missouri River Parker Road Elem. (4240) Missouri River Robinwood Intermediate. (4260) Missouri River Vogt Elem. (4280) mississippi river Walnut Grove Elem. (4320) Missouri River Wedgwood 6th Grade Center. (4340) Missouri river STEAM Academy Middle School Mark Twain Restoration and Re-entry Center Hancock Place Hancock Sr. High (1050) Mississippi River Hancock Place Middle (3000) Mississippi River Hancock Place Elem. (4020) Mississippi River Hazelwood Elem. Special Programs Dept. (1020) Hazelwood Central High (1050) Missouri River Hazelwood East High (1060) Mississippi River Hazelwood West High (1075) Missouri River Northwest Middle (2050) Missouri River 209 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Central Middle (2070) Misssouri East Middle (2100) Mississippi River North Middle (2130) Missouri River West Middle (2150) Missouri River Southeast Middle (2170) Mississippi River Keeven Elem. (4020) Mississippi River Barrington Elem. (4040) Missouri River Brown Elem. (4060) Missouri River Lawson Elem. (4080) Missouri River Cold Water Elem. (4100) Missouri River Garrett Elem. (4140) Missouri River Grannemann Elem. (4150) Mississippi river Jury Elem. (4160) Mississippi River Jamestown Elem. (4170) Missouri River Larimore Elem. (4180) Missouri River Lusher Elem. (4200) Missouri River Mccurdy Elem. (4210) Missouri River Mcnair Elem. (4220) Missouri River Russell Elem. (4240) Missouri River Townsend Elem. (4250) Missouri River Twillman Elem. (4260) Mississippi River Walker Elem. (4280) Missouri River Jana Elem. (4300) Missouri River Armstrong Elem. (4320) Missouri River Arrowpoint Elem. (4340) Missouri River Jennings Jennings High (1050) Mississippi river Jennings Jr. High (2050) Mississippi river 210 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Fairview Primary (4020) Mississippi river Fairview Intermediate (4030) Mississippi river Northview Elem. (4040) Mississippi River Woodland Elem. (4060) Mississippi river Kenneth C. Hanrahan Elem. (4070) Mississippi river Kirkwood R -VII Kirkwood Sr. High (1050) Meramac River Nipher Middle (3000) River des Peres North Kirkwood Middle (3025) Meramac River W. W. Keysor Elem. (5000) Meramac River North Glendale Elem. (5020) Meramac River George R. Robinson Elem. (5060) River des Peres F. P. Tillman Elem. (6000) Meramac River Westchester Elem. (6020) Meramac River Ladue Ladue Horton Watkins High (1050) River Des Peres Ladue Middle (3000) River Des Peres Ladue Fifth Grade Center (4030) River des Peres Conway Elem. (4040) River Des Peres Reed Elem. (5020) River Des Peres Old Bonhomme Elem. (5040) River Des Peres Spoede Elem. (5080) River Des Peres Lindbergh Schools Lindbergh Sr. High (1050) Meramac River Robert H. Sperreng Middle (3070) Meramac River Truman Middle School (3080) River des Peres Crestwood Elem. (4040) River des Peres Dressel Elementary School (4060) River des Peres 211 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Kennerly Elem. (5020) Meramac River Long Elem. (5040) River des Peres Sappington Elem. (5060) River des Peres Concord Elem. School (5070) Meramac River Maplewood -Richmond Heights Maplewood -Richmond Hgts. High (1050) River Des Peres Mrh Middle (3000) River Des Peres Mrh Elementary (4040) River Des Peres Mehlville R -IX Mehlville High School (1050) River des Peres Oakville Sr. High (1075) Meramac river Margaret Buerkle Middle (3000) Mississippi river Oakville Middle (3020) Meramac river Washington Middle (3040) Meramac river Bernard Middle (3060) Meramac river Beasley Elem. (4020) Mississippi river Bierbaum Elem. (4060) River des Peres Blades Elem. (4070) Meramac river Forder Elem. (4080) Mississippi river Hagemann Elem. (4090) Meramac river Oakville Elem. (5000) Meramac river Point Elem. (5020) Meramac river Rogers Elem. (5040) Meramac river Trautwein Elem. (5060) Meramac river Mosaic Elementary (5080) River des Peres Wohlwend Elem. (5100) Meramac river Normandy Schools Collaborative Normandy High (1050) Mississippi River 212 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed 7th and 8th Grade Center(3000) Mississippi River Barack Obama Elementary School (4010) Mississippi River Jefferson Elem. (4100) Mississippi River Lucas Crossing Elem. Complex (4145) Mississippi River Washington Elem. (4160) Mississippi River Normandy Kindergarten Center (5020) Mississippi River Parkway C-2 Central High (1050) Missouri River North High (1075) Missouri River West High (1080) Missouri River South High (1090) Meramec River Southwest Middle (3000) Meramec River Central Middle (3020) Missouri River Northeast Middle (3040) River des Peres South Middle (3060) Meramec River West Middle (3080) Missouri River Barretts Elem. (4020) Meramec River Bellerive Elem. (4030) Missouri River Carman Trails Elem. (4035) Meramec River Claymont Elem. (4040) Meramec River Craig Elem. (4060) Missouri River Green Trails Elem. (4100) Missouri River Hanna Woods Elem. (4110) Meramec River Henry Elem. (4120) Meramec River Highcroft Ridge Elem. (4130) Missouri River Mason Ridge Elem. (4160) Missouri River Mckelvey Elem. (4180) Missouri River Oak Brook Elem. (4190) Meramec River 213 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Pierremont Elem. (4200) Meramec River River Bend Elem. (4210) Missouri River Ross Elem. (4220) Missouri River Sorrento Springs Elem. (4235) Meramec River Shenandoah Valley Elem. (4245) Missouri River Wren Hollow Elem. (4260) Meramec River Pattonville R -III Pattonville Sr. High (1050) Missouri Holman Middle (3025) Missouri Pattonville Heights Middle (3050) Missouri Bridgeway Elem. (4060) Missouri Parkwood Elem. (5040) Missouri Robert Drummond Elem. (5060) Missouri Traditional School (6000) Missouri Rose Acres Elem. (6020) Missouri Willow Brook Elem. (6060) Missouri Pattonville Pre -School (7500) Ritenour Ritenour Sr. High (1050) Missouri River Hoech Middle (3000) Missouri River Ritenour Middle (3050) Missouri River Buder Elem. (4020) Missouri River Iveland Elem. (4100) Missouri River Kratz Elem. (4120) Missouri River Marion Elem. (4140) Missouri River Marvin Elem. (4160) Missouri River Wyland Elem. (4220) Missouri River Riverview Gardens 214 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Riverview Gardens Sr. High (1050) Mississippi River R. G. Central Middle (3000) Mississippi River Danforth Elem. (4020) Mississippi River Westview Middle (4040) Mississippi River Gibson Elem. (4050) Mississippi River Glasgow Elem. (4060) Mississippi River Highland Elem. (4080) Mississippi River Lemasters Elem. (5000) Mississippi River Lewis and Clark Elem. (5020) Mississippi River Meadows Elem. (5040) Mississippi River Koch Elem. (6020) Mississippi River Moline Elem. (6040) Mississippi River Rockwood R -VI Center For Creative Learning (1020) Meramac river Eureka Sr. High (1050) Meramac river Lafayette Sr. High (1075) Missouri Marquette Sr. High (1080) Missouri River Rockwood Summit Sr. High (1085) Meramac river Rockwood Valley Middle (3000) Meramac river Crestview Middle (3020) Missouri River Lasalle Springs Middle (3040) Missouri River Wildwood Middle (3050) Meramac river Rockwood South Middle (3060) Mermac River Selvidge Middle (3080) Meramec River Ballwin Elem. (4020) Meramec River Bowles Elem. (4040) Meramac river Chesterfield Elem. (4060) Missouri river Ellisville Elem. (4080) Meramec River 215 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Ridge Meadows Elem. (4090) Missouri River Eureka Elem. (4100) Meramac river Green Pines Elem. (4110) caulks Creek Geggie Elem. (4120) Meramac river I<ellison Elem. (4125) Meramac river Pond Elem. (4130) Missouri Stanton Elem. (4135) Meramac river Westridge Elem. (4140) Meramec River Babler Elem. (4145) Missouri Kehrs Mill Elem. (4150) Missouri River Uthoff Valley Elem. (4155) Meramac river Woerther Elem. (4160) Meramec River Wild Horse Elem. (4165) Missouri River Blevins Elem. (4170) Mermac River Fairway Elem. (4175) Missouri St. Louis City Public Schools Miller Career Academy (1100) Mississippi River Gateway High (1220) Mississippi River Beaumont Cte High School (1250) Mississippi River Cleveland Njrotc Academy (1440) Mississippi River Carnahan School Of The Future (1500) Mississippi River Collegiate School Of Med/Bio (1510) Mississippi River Transportation and Law (1540) Mississippi River Metro High (1560) Mississippi River Mckinley Class. Leadership Ac. (1570) Mississippi River Roosevelt High (1680) Mississippi River Soldan International Studies (1730) Mississippi River Sumner High (1800) Mississippi River 216 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Vashon High (1830) Mississippi River Central Visual/Perf. Arts High (1860) Mississippi River Yeatman-Liddell Middle School (2080) Mississippi River Busch Ms Character & Athletics (3050) Mississippi River Carr Lane Vpa Middle (3070) Mississippi River Fanning Middle Community Ed. (3140) Mississippi River Gateway Middle (3230) Mississippi River Langston Middle (3240) Mississippi River Long Middle Community Ed. Center (3260) Mississippi River Compton -Drew Ilc Middle (3390) Mississippi River Adams Elem. (4000) Mississippi River Ashland Elem. and Br. (4060) Mississippi River Bryan Hill Elem. (4180) Mississippi River Buder Elem. (4200) Missouri Ames Visual/Perf. Arts (4250) Mississippi River Clay Elem. (4360) Mississippi River Cole Elem. (4400) Mississippi River Columbia Elem. Comm. Ed. Center (4420) Mississippi River Cote Brilliante Elem. (4440) Mississippi River Dewey School-Internat'L. Studies (4470) Mississippi River Dunbar and Br. (4480) Mississippi River Farragut Elem. (4580) Mississippi River Ford -Ford Br. Elem. Comm. Ed. (4630) Mississippi River Froebel Elem. (4660) Mississippi River Gateway Elem. (4730) Mississippi River Geogre Washington Carver Mississippi River Hamilton Elem. Community Ed. (4780) Mississippi River Henry Elem. (4880) Mississippi River 217 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Hickey Elem. (4890) Mississippi River Herzog Elem. (4900) Mississippi River Hodgen Tech. Elem. (4920) Mississippi River Humboldt Acad Of Higher Lrning (4960) Mississippi River Nahed Chapman New American Aca (4970) Mississippi River Acad Of Envt Sci/Math Elem (4990) Mississippi River Jefferson Elem. (5020) Mississippi River Kennard/Classical Jr. Acad. (5030) River Des Peres Laclede Elem. (5060) River Des Peres Lexington Elem. (5100) Mississippi River Lyon At Blow Elem. (5180) Mississippi River Mallinckrodt A.B.I Elem. (5240) Mississippi River Mann Elem. (5260) Mississippi River Mason Elem. (5340) River Des Peres Meramec Elem. (5500) Mississippi River Elias Michael Elem. (5520) Mississippi River Monroe Elem. (5560) Mississippi River Mullanphy Botanical Gardens (5590) Mississippi River Oak Hill Elem. (5600) Mississippi River Earl Nance, Sr. Elem. (5610) Mississippi River Peabody Elem. (5620) Mississippi River Shaw Visual/Perf. Arts Center (5780) Mississippi River Shenandoah Elem. (5800) Mississippi River Sigel Elem. Comm. Ed. Center (5860) Mississippi River Walbridge Elem. Community Ed. (5960) Mississippi River Woerner Elem. (5970) Mississippi River Washington Montessori (6010) Mississippi River Woodward Elem. (6120) Mississippi River 218 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed University City University City Sr. High (1050) River des Peres Brittany Woods (2000) River des Peres Barbara Jordan Elem. (4060) River des Peres Flynn Park Elem. (4100) River des Peres Jackson Park Elem. (4140) River des Peres Pershing Elem. (4200) River des Peres Valley Park Valley Park Sr. High Meramec River Valley Park Middle Meramec River Valley Park Elem. Meramec River Webster Groves Webster Groves High (1050) River des Peres Hixson Middle (3000) River des Peres Avery Elem. (4020) River des Peres Bristol Elem. (4040) River des Peres Clark Elem. (4060) River des Peres Edgar Road Elem. (4100) River des Peres Hudson Elem. (4120) River des Peres W. G. Computer School Elem. (4160) Steger Sixth Grade Center (4180) River des Peres Charter Carondelet Leadership Academy City Garden Montessori Confluence Academy — Old North Confluence Academy — Aspire Confluence Academy — South City Confluence Preparatory Academy 219 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Eagle College Prep — Tower Grove South Eagle Tower Grove East Eagle College Prep — Fox Park Eagle Gravois Park Gateway Science Academy - Smiliey Gateway Science Academy High & Middle Gateway Science Academy — South Elementary Grand Center Arts Academy Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls KIPP Inspire Academy KIPP Victory Academy KIPP Wisdom Academy KIPP Triumph Academy La Salle Lafayette Preparatory Academy Lift for Life Academy North Side Community School Preclarus Mastery Academy Premier Charter School Saint Louis Language Immersion School Saint Louis Language Immersion School St. Louis College Prep (115-920) The Arch Community School The Biome School Independent or Religious Al-Manara Academy Meramec River Al-Salam Day School Meramec River Andrews Academy, Creve Coeur Missouri River 220 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Apprende School Meramec River Barat Academy Central Christian School Chaminade College Preparatory School Chesterfield Day School Missouri River Chesterfield Montessori School Missouri River Christian Brothers College High School Missouri River Churchill Center & School for Learning Disabilities Missouri River City Academy The College School Community School Cor Jesu Academy River des Peres Crossroads College Preparatory School De Smet Jesuit High School River des Peres Forsyth School Great Circle John Burroughs School Kirk Day School Logos School MAP St. Louis Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS) Miriam Academy Miriam School Moog Center for Deaf Education Missouri River Nerinx Hall New City School The Principia School Missouri River Rohan Woods School 221 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Rossman School Saint Louis Priory School Missouri River Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School Missouri River St. John Vianney High School River des Peres St. Alban Roe St. Joseph's Academy The St. Michael School of Clayton Thomas Jefferson School River des Peres Twin Oaks Christian School Meramec River Ursuline Academy River des Peres Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School Westminster Christian Academy River des Peres Whitfield School Missouri River Annunziata School Ascension School (Chesterfield) Missouri River Assumption School (Mattese) Bishop DuBourg High School Blessed Teresa of Calcutta School Bissell Point Cardinal Ritter College Prep Christ the King School Christ, Light of the Nations School Bissell Point Christ, Prince of Peace School Meramec River Holy Cross Academy Holy Cross Academy - Annunciation Campus Holy Cross Academy - Our Lady of Providence Campus River des Peres Holy Cross Academy - St. Dominic Savio Campus Holy Cross Academy - St. Michael the Archangel Campus Holy Infant School Meramec River 222 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Holy Redeemer School Holy Spirit School Holy Trinity School Immacolata School Incarnate Word Academy Incarnate Word School Missouri River Little Flower School Loyola Academy Marian Middle School Mary, Queen of Peace School Most Holy Trinity Catholic School & Academy Notre Dame High School Our Lady of Guadalupe School Bissell Point Our Lady of Lourdes School (University City) Our Lady of the Pillar School Queen of All Saints School Rosati-Kain High School Sacred Heart School (Florissant) Sacred Heart School (Valley Park) Sacred Heart School - Flor. Kindergarten Sacred Heart Villa South City Catholic Academy St. Ambrose School St. Ann School St. Catherine Laboure School St. Cecilia School and Academy St. Clare of Assisi School Meramec River St. Clement of Rome School 223 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed St. Ferdinand School St. Frances Cabrini Academy St. Francis of Assisi School St. Gabriel the Archangel School St. Gem ma Center St. Gerard Majella School St. James the Greater School St. Joseph School (Manchester) Meramec River St. Justin Martyr School River des Peres St. Louis Catholic Academy St. Louis University High School St. Margaret Mary Alacoque School St. Margaret of Scotland School St. Mark School River des Peres St. Mary Magdalen School St. Mary's High School St. Monica School Missouri River St. Norbert School St. Paul School (Fenton) St. Peter School (Kirkwood) River des Peres St. Raphael the Archangel School St. Roch School St. Rose Philippine Duchesne St. Simon the Apostle School River des Peres Saint Stephen Protomartyr Catholic School Ste. Genevieve Du Bois School The Academy at St. Sabina Trinity Catholic High School Bissell Point 224 Appendix BMP 7 MCM1 Schools School Name and District Watershed Visitation Academy River des Peres Missouri Torah Institute Missouri River Christ Community Lutheran School (Kirkwood) River des Peres Christ Community Lutheran School (Crestwood) River des Peres Christ Community Lutheran School (Webster Groves) River des Peres Lutheran High School South River des Peres Green Park Lutheran School River des Peres Immanuel Lutheran School, Olivette Salem Lutheran Bissell Point St. John's Lutheran School Meramec River SSD Ackerman Bissell Point Litzsinger Neuwoehner River des Peres Northview Southview River des Peres Homeschool Co-Ops Southview River des Peres 225 Appendix BMP 8 MCM1 Message Library Pollutant Topic Customer Classification Bill Message, 321 character limit 2021 Flight Time Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Littering Residential Don't be a litter bug! Trash can enter the stormwater system and bring pollutants into local creeks and streams. MSD has trash bash clean-up events throughout the year. Volunteer today! Visit www.mostreamteam.org to check out upcoming clean-up events in your area. bill bill Commercial Don't be a litter bug! Trash from illegal dumping and littering is a source of pollution in creeks and streams which is harmful to fish and other natural habitat. Learn more how your organization can volunteer for a clean-up event at www.stlmsd.com bill bill Pet Waste Residential Don't be a Party POOPer. Pick up after your pet to keep creeks and streams healthy bill Yard Waste Management Residential and commercial Only rain to the storm drain. Yard waste dumped in storm drains and streams banks causes erosion and is also a source of pollution which is harmful to fish and other natural habitats. Instead, try bagging or composting. bill Yard Management - nutrient application Commercial Prevent fertilizer runoff. When chemicals and nutrients from fertilizer run into water sources like lakes and streams, they can cause a lot of damage to the environment. Learn more at https://www.epa.gov/nutrientpollution/what-you- can-do-your-yard bill bill Winter Deicing Residential and commercial Take it easy on the salt. Try shoveling before salting when it snows. Too much salt and other chemicals end up in our creeks and streams causing pollution that can damage property, fish, and other natural habitat bill bill Household Hazardous Waste Residential Healthy spring cleaning tip. St. Louis City and County residents can safely dispose of and recycle paint thinners, pesticides, cleaning solutions, motor oil, and more at two area locations. Join the effort to Recycle Responsibly! Learn more at hhwstl.com. bill 226 Appendix BMP 11 MCM1 Post Pet Waste Signs in Parks Co-permittee Number of Parks Number of Posted Signs Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin 4 4 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors 9 9 - 3 City of Bel -Ridge 3 4 4 City of Berkeley 12 12 - 5 City of Black Jack 1 2 - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 3 5 - 7 City of Brentwood 5 14 - 8 City of Bridgeton 10 10 - 9 City of Calverton Park 1 2 - 10 City of Charlack 1 2 - 11 City of Chesterfield 7 23 - 12 City of Clarkson Valley 0 0 - 13 City of Clayton 10 15 - 14 City of Cool Valley 2 1 - 15 City of Crestwood 7 14 - 16 City of Creve Coeur 6 6 17 City of Dellwood 4 2 We added a dog park in 2021 and have signs posted in the dog park. We have yet to add them at our other 3 parks but plan to do so before summer 2022. 18 City of Des Peres 4 8 - 19 City of Ellisville 11 22 22 Pet waste signs and 5 pet waste stations are located in parks. 20 City of Fenton 11 15 - 21 City of Ferguson 12 17 - 22 City of Florissant 19 5 - 23 City of Frontenac 0 25 - 24 City of Glendale 0 10 - 25 City of Green Park 0 0 - 26 City of Hazelwood 16 16 - 27 City of Jennings 4 5 - 28 City of Kirkwood 15 13 - 29 City of Ladue 2 5 - 30 City of Lakeshire 1 3 - 31 City of Manchester 6 7 - 32 City of Maryland Heights 6 6 - 33 City of Moline Acres 2 3 - 34 City of Normandy 1 2 - 35 City of Northwoods 1 4 - 36 City of Oakland 3 3 - 37 City of Olivette 5 15 - 38 City of Overland 8 25 - 227 Appendix BMP 11 MCM1 Post Pet Waste Signs in Parks Co-permittee Number of Parks Number of Posted Signs Reported Comments 39 City of Pagedale 4 4 - 40 City of Richmond Heights 2 4 - 41 City of Rock Hill 6 6 - 42 City of Shrewsbury 4 15 - 43 City of St. Ann 4 9 44 City of St. John 4 4 - 45 City of Sunset Hills 7 45 - 46 City of Town & Country 4 15 - 47 City of University City 16 16 - 48 City of Valley Park 5 10 - 49 City of Vinita Park 4 4 - 50 City of Warson Woods 4 7 - 51 City of Webster Groves 20 10 - 52 City of Wildwood 14 40 - 53 City of Winchester 1 8 - 54 City of Woodson Terrace 3 7 - 55 St. Louis County 48 52 - 56 Town of Norwood Court 0 0 - 57 Village of Bel -Nor 3 3 - 58 Village of Hanley Hills 3 6 Sign instructions: There are 3 park signs posted and "No littering", "Picutre and instructions on how to handle pet waste:, park operation hours, where to park vehicles and park names are posted very prominently. 59 Village of Marlborough 0 0 - 60 Village of Riverview 2 3 - 228 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* Ameren UE- Missouri Provides electric and gas service to central and eastern Missouri, and is committed to protecting natural resources, including the preservation of water. Though Ameren facilities are geographically situated in an area of ample water supply, they have made conscious decisions to conserve water in the design and modifications of their facilities, and plan to conserve water further in the future All Marcus Billups, Engineering Customer Support MBillups@amere n.com http://www.ameren.com/missouri Educational material distribution, trash bash volunteer opportunity American Public Works Association (APWA) Missouri Chapter - St. Louis Branch The APWA Center for Sustainability builds the skills, knowledge and tools for its members to exercise sustainable leadership in their communities. All Kevin Sheppard, Education kshepard@mecres ults.com kshepard@mecre sults.com http://missouri.apwa.net/ Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution AmeriCorps AmeriCorps is a voluntary civil society program supported by the U.S. federal government, foundations, corporations, and other donors engaging adults in public service work with a goal of "helping others and meeting critical needs in the community. All no information available See website http://www.americorps.gov/about/ac/i ndex.asp Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Audubon Society Audubon Bring Conservation Home Program provides on -site assistance to small, private landowners* in the greater St. Louis area for the restoration of native plant and animal habitat on their grounds. The Bring Conservation Home Program will offer advice in landscaping with environmentally healthy and sustainable native plant species, the removal of invasive plant species such as bush honeysuckle, water conservation on the urban landscape, and other stewardship practices that promote healthy habitat for birds, native wildlife and people. All Dan Pearson BCH Coordinator dpearson@stloui saudubon.org http://www.stlouisaudubon.org/conser vation/BCH/index.php Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity BAYER BAYER is a St. Louis industry in consumer health, pharmaceuticals, animal health and crop science. BAYER staff invites MSD and other environmental organizations to particpate in Earth Day events and plans clean-up events All Jessica Hughes Environmental Engineer 314-694-5633 jessica.hughes@b ayer.com no information available Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Beyond Housing Empowers communities to make them better plaes to live. Their volunteer program includes clean-up events to help beautify communities and save the environment North St. Louis Area Kim Paige, Engagement Coordinator, Community Engagement Department kpaige@beyondh ousing.org 314-376-5814 https://beyondhousing.org/volunteer Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity 229 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* BiodiverseCity St. Louis Growing network of organizations and individuals throughout the greater St. Louis region who share a stake in improving quality of life for all through actions that welcome nature into our urban, suburban and rural communities All Allison Brown abrown@mobot. org (314) 577-9473 x 76312 http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.o rg/sustainability/sustainability/biodiver secity-st.-louis.aspx Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Blue 2 Blue Blue 2 Blue educates about water pollution and hosts cleanup events All Leah and Josh Wislon blue2blueconsery ation@gmail.com https://www.blue2blueconservation.co m/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Boeing's environmental club (BEEP) Boeing company volunteer group All Sara Schneider sarabschneider@ yahoo.com no information available Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Boy Scouts St. Louis District Scouting's programs and outdoor adventures give young people the opportunity and freedom to explore a world beyond the boundaries of everyday life, while promoting Environmental Stewardship All no information available See website https://stlbsa.org/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Brightside St. Louis Make neighborhoods more livable, St. Louis downtown more vibrant, the region more sustainable St. Louis City Mary Lou Green marylou.brightsid e@gmail.com http://www.brightsidestl.org/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Chain of Rocks Community Association dedicated to promoting the common good and social welfare of the community of North St. Louis City and parks North St. Louis City no information available corca2stl@outloo k.com http://corca2stl.org/index.html Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Deer Creek Watershed Alliance The Deer Creek Watershed Alliance helps facilitate cleaner, safer water in Deer Creek, with a focus on plant -based solutions. Deer Creek Watershed no information available info@deercreekal liance.org http://www.deercreekalliance.org/ Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Earth Day 365 Earth Day 365 provides opportunities for environmental action through its programs and events. Earth Day 365 has built its reputation on its annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival, which is now recognized as one of the largest Earth Day celebrations in the country, but touches over a million individuals through its year-round programming like Recycling On the Go, Green Dining Alliance and Earth Day Action Grants. All Jen Myerscough Executive Director, (314) 282-7532 (314) 282-7532 jen@earthday- 365.org https://earthday-365.org/ info booth East-West Gateway Council of Governments, OneSTL Organization through which individual counties and cities can coordinate their efforts. All Aaron Young aaron.young@ew gateway.org http://www.ewgateway.org/ http://www.onestl.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Ferguson -Florissant School District Little Creek Watershed Little Creek Nature Area is a 97 -acre outdoor educational facility owned and operated by the Ferguson -Florissant School District. Since 1974, teachers have provided ecology, environmental science, field biology and living history programs for district students. North St. Louis County Joel Brown joelbrown1213@ gmail.com https://www.fergflor.org/Domain/68 Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity 230 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* FOCUS St. Louis® Region's premier leadership organization, preparing diverse leaders to work cooperatively for a thriving St. Louis region through experience -based leadership training, civic issue education and public engagement initiatives. All no information available See website http://www.focus-stl.org/?page=About Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Geese Peace Geese Peace is a professionally contracted service using specially trained herding and working dogs and other effective methods to solve your problems with Canada Geese. Geese Peace connected with MSD in 2019 to discuss education partnership opportunities about geese population/waste control around waterways All no information available See website https://nomoregeese.com/about/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri Environmental Stewardship All Nicole Dalton (314) 592-2312; ndalton@girlscou tsem.org answercenter@gi rlscoutsem.org http://www.girlscoutsem.org Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Great Rivers Greenway Oversees a dynamic network of parks and open spaces linked together by greenways, connecting our communities so people can live life outside. The network of greenways strengthens the social, economic and environmental well-being of our region. Trash Bash partner All Tom Schweiss (314) 436-4548; tschweiss@grgstl. org http://www.greatrivers.info/ Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Greenway Network, Inc Mission is to conserve natural resources, encourage sound management of the watersheds, and protect the quality of life for the residents of the St. Louis Region. Trash Bash partner. All no information available greenwaynetwor k@gmail.com http://www.greenwaynetwork.org/abo ut.php Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® League of Watershed Gaurdians The League of Watershed Guardians (LoWG) is an association of Stream Team in East Central Missouri. The LoWG promotes and supports the Stream Teams by serving as a resource for information, education, stewardship and advocacy; by facilitating communications between Teams; and by serving as a united voice for healthy watersheds in east central Missouri. All no information available See website https://lowg.org/ Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Litzsinger Road Ecology Center The Litzsinger Road Ecology Center (LREC) helps teachers engage their students in place -based education: using local ecology as a framework for studying a variety of subjects while interacting with the community. All no information available See website http://www.litzsinger.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Meramec River Recreation Association The Meramec River Recreation Association is dedicated to sustainable recreation and wise riparian and floodplain use of lower Meramec River basin Meramec River Plan Area Watershed David Wilson See Facebook See Facebook Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity 231 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization M_ Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative (MRCTI) - The Mississippi River Plastic Pollution Initiative The initiative is beginning in 2021 with data collection in three pilot locations along the Mississippi River: Baton Rouge, Louisiana; St. Louis, Missouri; and St. Paul, Minnesota. As pilot locations, these cities are promoting education and outreach materials about plastics in inland waters and supporting local data collection events in their communities. All Jennifer Wendt, Plastic Waste Reduction Campaign Manager 314-518-2518 www.mrcti.org jwendt@mrcti.or g https://www.mrcti.org/mississippi-river- plastic -pollution -initiative p p Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity pp y' pp Missouri American Water Missouri American Water promotes and supports trash clean- up events by serving as a resource for information, education, stewardship, and advocacy All Samantha Williams Samantha.Willia ms@amwater.co m https://amwater.com/moaw/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Missouri Native Plant Society, St. Louis Chapter The Saint Louis Chapter meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month except November and December. Meetings are held in the Sunset Hills Community Center, 3915 S. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, Missouri 63127. The meetings consist of discussing volunteer opportunities, business session, and a featured speaker. All no information available See website https://monativeplants.org/chapters/sa int-louis/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Missouri Stream Team Missouri Stream Team is a working partnership of citizens who are concerned about Missouri Streams. The Stream Team Program provides an opportunity for all citizens to get involved in river conservation All Chris Riggert, Stream Team Coordinator chris.riggert@md c.mo.gov http://www.mostreamteam.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Open Space Council The organization encourages biodiversity through land and water conservation, preservation and restoration. It hosts the annual operation clean stream held every 4th Sat in August All Bonnie Harper, Executive Director bonnie@openspa cestl.org http://www.openspacestl.org Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Republic Services Regularly donates to special events, hold responsible recycling and waste disposal classes, and encourage our employees to give their time to community projects. All no information available (636) 947-5959 https://www.republicservices.com/com munities/community-involvement Trash Bash volunteer opportunity River Des Peres Coalition The mission of the River des Peres Watershed Coalition is to improve, protect, and maintain the River des Peres, its tributaries, and its watershed as a vital natural and cultural resource in the St. Louis metropolitan area. River des Peres Watershed no information available See website http://www.riverdesperes.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® Southampton Neighborhood Association The Asociation includes a community engagement group and landscape group. The community engagement group is dedicated to providing volunteer opportunities to make connections. The landscape group promotes landscapes that use native plants in an inspiring and interesting way River des Peres Watershed no information available See website https://www.southamptonstl.org/Lands caping Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity 232 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* Spanish Lake Community Association For the people of Spanish Lake, an unincorporated St. Louis County community in North County. The mission of the Spanish Lake Community Association is to inform, motivate and organize the residents of Spanish Lake on issues that affect the quality of life in their unincorporated community. P y The association sponsors projects and activities to encourage cooperative efforts that will develop a strong community identity among its residents. Spanish Lake, unincorporated St. Louis County no information available See website http://www.spanishlakemo.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity PP y St. Louis Aquarium Foundation The St. Louis Aquarium Foundation is a non-profit organization working in partnership with the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station to provide education and conservation programs. Through dedicated volunteers and staff, the Foundation will inspire and educate visitors about aquatic life and the importance of conservation now and for the future.Conservation and Education Center expected to open with aquarium October 2019. Members attended 2018 Confluence Trash Bash All Diane Bauhof, CFRE, Executive Director (314) 923-3925 dbauhof@stlaqua riumfoundation.o rg arodgers@stlaqu ariumfoundation. org https://www.stlaquariumfoundation.or g/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, St. Louis ArtWorks The mission of St. Louis ArtWorks is to broaden educational and career opportunities for youth in the St. Louis Region through apprenticeships in the arts and through community collaborations. Paint and sell rain barrels through MSD Partnership All no information available See website http://stlartworks.org/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity St. Louis County Department of Public Health- Household Hazardous Waste Goal of this organization is to protect public health and the environment by encouraging greater diversion from landfill disposal and regulating the solid waste management system. St. Louis County Sarah Staebell (314) 615-0600/ SStaebell@stlouis co.com www.hhwstl.com/ Educational material distribution, information/presentation host, enviroscape, trash bash volunteer opportunity St. Louis County Library St. Louis County Libraries offer educational opportunities to residents of all ages. Unincorporated St. Louis County no information available See website https://www.slcl.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape St. Louis Earth Day Festival Community tradition to learn about sustainable products and services offered by local businesses and organizations All Jessica Watson, PhD Executive Director jessica@earthday 365.org https://earthday-365.org/festival/ Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* St. Louis Science Center Free information booths available at First Friday events, if the topic fits All no information avail See website https://www.slsc.org/first-fridays/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity St. Louis University Green Billikens The focus of the Green Billikens is to promote sustainability on SLU's campus. Annual events include SLUstainability week, RecycleMania, the Green Game, E -waste drive, Shredmania, and tablings at various events. Green Billiken members will All no information available greenbilliken@slu .edu https://groups.sluconnection.com/orga nization/greenbillikens Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity St. Louis University Social Events Committee The focus of the Green Billikens is to promote sustainability on SLU's campus. Annual events include SLUstainability week, RecycleMania, the Green Game, E -waste drive, Shredmania, and tablings at various events. Green Billiken members will participate in volunteering at these events and more All Allyson Cochran, MLS(ASCP)cm gsa.social@slu.ed u no information available Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity St. Vincent Greenway, Inc Transtorm the Greenway into a socially and economically viable and mutually supportive group of communities. Using the Greenway as a connecting space throughout the neighborhoods it passes through, St. Vincent Greenway Inc. promotes safety, health, vitality, and community. We do this through various programs and events that include community roctdont City of University City no information available See website https://skinkerdebaliviere.wordpress.co m/2013/05/15/what-really-needs-doing how-can-st-vincent-greenway-inc-help/ Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Stream Teams United supports the Missouri Stream Team Program and advances the protection and improvement of Missouri's waterways through education, advocacy, and stewardship efforts. Some work includes providing grants and scholarships to Stream Team volunteers, and developing statewide educational watershed programs. All Mary Culler, Executive Director (660) 284-6195 http://mstwc.org/stream-teams- united/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscapee Sustainable Backyard Network Mission includes educating about residential yard best management practices All Terry Winkelmann (314) 680-3445, terry@sustainabl ebackyardtour.co m www.sustainablebackyard.org Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity The BigMuddy Speaker Series p The Big Muddy Speaker Series brings together Missouri River experts with interested community members to share knowledge and perspective on the Missouri River, its history, ecology, uses, commerce and more. It is created and inspired by a partnership of organizations with a common goal — to deepen the connection of our communities to the river that connects us to each other All no information available riverrelief@riverr elief.org http://bigmuddyspeakers.org/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® 234 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* The Green Center The Green Center is an arts and environmental education organization dedicated to helping people understand the natural world through hands-on experiences, restoring native habitats, and encouraging artistic expression inspired by nature All no information available volunteer@thegr eencenter.org http://www.thegreencenter.org/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity,Enviroscape® The Nature Conservancy in Missouri The Nature Conservancy collaborates to find and share good ideas to improve people's lives and protect the world's great places. All Rebecca Weaver, Cities Program Manager weaverr@stlouis- mo.gov https://www.nature.org/en-us/about- us/where-we-work/united- states/missouri/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity U.S. Green Building Council The U.S. Green Building Council promotes sustainability in building design, construction, and operation. USGBC developed the LEED green building rating system. All Hope Gribble (314) 577-0225/ hope.gribble@m obot.org www.usgbc-mogateway.org Educational material distribution, information/presentation host, enviroscape, trash bash volunteer opportunity Washington University School of Medicine Earth Day Celebration Invites vendors and groups from throughout the region to set up tables and engage with the campus community around Sustainability topics All Jacquelyn Stearns, Communication & Program Coordinator 314.362.2534, j.stearns@wustl.e du no information available Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity Washington University St. Louis Higher education institution with an Office of Sustainability with the charge of integrating sustainable values and practices into strategic planning processes, campus operations, and overall university practices All Cassandra Hage Assistant Director 314-935-5947 cassandra.hage@ wustl.edu https://sustainability.wustl.edu/about- 2/office-of-sustainability/ Trash clean up events with employees/students Waste Connections Provide resources for recycling and waste disposal All Brady Stewart, Region Engineer (314) 486-473, brady.stewart@ WasteConnection s.com https://www.wasteconnections.com/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity Waste Management of St. Louis Provide resources for recycling and waste disposal All Randyn Saner Account Manager (314) 313-3207; rsaner@wm.com http://www.wm.com/thinkgreen/index.Trash jsp Bash volunteer opportunity Webster Groves Nature Study Society Objectives are "to stimulate interest in nature study on the part of adults and children, to cooperate with other organizations in nature study, and to encourage amateur City of Webster Groves no information available mccormack491@ gmail.com http://www.wgnss.org/ Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity 235 Appendix BMP 12 MCM1 Community Partners St. Louis area community partners with water pollution education interests Organization About Organization Plan Area Focus Contact Name Available Contact Information Website Potential Stormwater Impact Activities, Including Advertising* Young Friends of earthday365 Allies of Earth Day 365 cultivating support for the mission of Earth Day 365 by utilizing St. Louis' community resources and raising awareness through service All no information available friends@earthda y-365.org https://earthday- 365.org/support/friends-of-earth-day/ Trash Bash volunteer opportunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity * Information booth/presentation host, Educational material distribution, Trash Bash volunteer oppo tunity, Storm drain marking volunteer opportunity, Enviroscape® watershed model user 236 Appendix BMP 14 MCM1 MSD Events 2021 MCM 1 BMP Number 14, MSD Events Event Start Date Forum for Presentation/Event Presentation/Event Title or Topic Number of Participants Reached Participants Age 02/09/21 River des Peres Watershed Coalition Annual Meeting Stormwater BMPs and Clean-up events 28 adult 08/29/21 Chain of Rocks Association Stormwater BMPs Information Booth 500 all ages 09/09/21 Washington University Sustainability Exchange Team Meeting on MRCTI Plastics Initiative Stormwater BMPs Virtual Presentation 25 young adult 09/15/21 Principia School Stormwater BMPs Virtual Presentation 18 youth 237 Appendix BMP 14 MCM1 Co-permittee Events 2021 MCM 1 BMP Number 14, Co-permittee Reported Events Co-permittee Plan Area Event Start Date Presentation/Event Title or Topic Attendance Number Describe Material Distributed Number of Material distributed City of Brentwood 2021-06-08 Compost at Home 50 Missouri Botanical Garden presenter Jean Ponzi completed webinar on composting 59 City of Bridgeton 2021-03-18 Bridgeton Banner Newsletter 4,700 Drug Take -Back 4,700 City of Chesterfield 2021-04-24 Earth Day approx 500 Misc items - MSD varies 13 - 150 City of Clayton 2021-01-01 City Hall Public Display Brochures : Keeping Pollutants out of storm water; Yard Waste & Our Environment, Pet Waste, Clean Water, Project Clear City of Dellwood 2021-06-12 Community Recycling 42 trash bags, gloves, masks, trash pickers 150 City of Des Peres 2021-11-01 Keep Those Pipes Clear 900 E -Newsletter -submitted at end as supporting doc 900 subscribers, plus website City of Ellisville 2021-01-01 Provide Brochures up to 1000 per year Household Hazardous Waste, Pet Waste, Yard Waste and our Environment, Keeping Pollutants out of Stormwater, Understanding Stormwater Runoff, Clean Water, Planter Boxes, Project Clear Grease Sheet and Porous Pavement Brochures 50 City of Florissant Materials always available at kiosk in City Hall Public Works City of Hazelwood 2021-06-12 Recycle Day 533 Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide Not counted City of Ladue 2021-04-01 Stream Maintenance Guidelines - Citywide Newsletter 3,300 City of Manchester - No events - - - City of Maryland Heights 2023-05-01 When It Rains it Drains 27,000 May Newsletter Article Mailed to all residents of Maryland Heights City of Oakland 2021-12-01 winter salt issues mailed newsletter articles every home City of Olivette 2021-01-01 MSD Handouts - MSD Flyers and can caps 100 City of Rock Hill 2021-04-24 Arbor Day 10 Environment, Tree Care 10 City of St. Ann 2021-01-05 Brochures available at City Hall 125 MSD materials such as pet waste and yard waste brochuresh 25 City of St. John 2021-10-16 City wide recycling event 200 MSD Pamphlets 50 City of Sunset Hills 2021-09-18 Suncrest Fest 2,000 MSD Brochures 100 City of Warson Woods - Storm and Sanitary Best Management Practice information posted on City website (www.warsonwoods.com); lids for cans, to keep grease out of sewers, available at City Hall Public access/meeti ngs limited during 2021 duet 19COVID Storm and Sanitary Best Management Practice information posted on City website (www.warsonwoods.com); lids for cans, to keep grease out of sewers, available at City Hall - City of Webster Groves 2021-09-11 Native Plant Walk and Resource Swap 21 flyers from the Audubon Society, Seed Savers, and Deer Creek Watershed Alliance 30 City of Winchester 2021-01-01 illicit dumping/littering/building permits 1,650 City Newsletter 650 238 Appendix BMP 14 MCM1 Co-permittee Events 2021 MCM 1 BMP Number 14, Co-permittee Reported Events Co-permittee Plan Area Event Start Date Presentation/Event Title or Topic Attendance Number Describe Material Distributed Number of Material distributed St. Louis County 2021-10-01 Mailing insert to MSD customer bills - HHW Pamphlet 340,000 Town of Norwood Court 2021-10-18 Stormwater runoff 7 Stormwater pollution & pet waste 100 Village of Hanley Hills 2021-10-16 Mark The Storm Drain 5 Marker on Sewer Not Sure Village of Marlborough pamphlets distributed with newsletters and at meetings 450 239 Appendix BMP 15 Aquarium Messages Get Involved! Action Kiosks Discover your !JJatewagQ • 9 9 AQUARIUM CONNECTIONS ECU QUIZ! x TAKE IT EASY ON THE SALT! N ot on you food_bul lake it easy on vs"rng deicing salt on yaw • o,nny.and sidewalk in Ilhe with., These 11 re tome to any Hfiie stream eeosyster, 1,,e) kIU plants. Try :w a snow blower first, It you need share use bird seed Io: ., and the birds will enjoy a%swig, I,eoll Far more wiry!.,, deicing tips, visit Mfpa://msdprojecrcoeor.org/ rustomerslprohIems-Iips/heolthy-home-tips/using-see- effectively/ So,in wet weesins. 240 Appendix BMP 15 Aquarium Messages Website Factoids Learn' how you can help protect our waterways with tips f r om our partner Metropolitan St Louis Sever District! DON'T BE A LITTER BUG! AaS.hcan enter ti -r storrnwarers s niar t$hnd NISD-5oorrs¢tredtrash Pmr—;. s tir _ sign utatohelp clean upour rivers! Cheri<ex Rain Garden ,mo d p ; Ir;yi vaInoei-i 11111111 241 Appendix BMP 15 Aquarium Messages r hR■ 4 L--.,:----.........,,,,,,..-. rf r d 1 I c 16 �t ,, I'}I d E f � i F}r .......'I To! !Om, lls lit� pJ S iR{ , �_ I illgge14040' PO EaiIHi li--- NM Rain Garden Entry Doors Signage and Banner 9141:,,- - 14- ;1743 PTA 14 iiittt '1'61114 !err rtItr tit4at'thiti yrJu tut! dJ IJ ltt�illJ'J .n U.a.sr Wafw�d!..I.w.�.:. TMr,irylF j�..�nnb I. �I tirn ,...rt oaq nn�� xnww. Appendix BMP 21 MCM2 Clean-up Event Participation Confluence Trash Bash River des Peres Trash Bash Operation Clean Stream Reported Comments City of Ballwin Sent 2 drivers and 2 trucks to Creve Coeur lake - City of Bellefontaine Neighbors - Goals not achieved due to Covid City of Bel -Ridge N/A covid - - - City of Berkeley Two employee's one pickup with trailer attached drove to assigned pick up point and removed items that were place at the edge of road. City of Black Jack Because of Covid 19 we have not attended a trash bash. City of Breckenridge Hills - reported "some" - - City of Brentwood October 16-23, 2021- Brentwood provided access for trash volunteers at Hanley Park, Memorial Park, and Oak Tree Park. - City of Bridgeton Participated and was an approved event location. - - City of Calverton Park Trash Bash - - City of Charlack - - - City of Chesterfield Two laborers and a truck - picked up trash on 4/19, 4/21, 4/23, and 4/26 from the boathouse at Creve Coeur Lake. City of Clarkson Valley - - - - City of Clayton - Public Works Dept. donated two laborers, a dump truck, and a skid loaderfortwo days (10/20 & 10/25) - - City of Cool Valley - - The City Public Works Department cleans the stream crossings in the Ball Creek Park. - City of Crestwood Provided personnel and equipment for event City of Creve Coeur 1 one -ton pickup truck and two staff for several sites in north St. Louis County. - - - 243 Appendix BMP 21 MCM2 Clean-up Event Participation Confluence Trash Bash River des Peres Trash Bash Operation Clean Stream Reported Comments City of Dellwood Due to Covid, we organized a recycling event with Republic Services to do some trash pick up and community recycling in our parks. - City of Des Peres Dump Truck and two workers provided 10/19. Dump Truck and one worker provided 10/23 and 10/25. City of Ellisville City provided staff and truck to pick up trash on 4 separate days. (4-19- 21, 4-21-21, 4-23-21 & 4-26-21) - - - City of Fenton - City provided two employees and two pieces of equipment as support during the event. - City of Ferguson Volunteer and city workers pick up trash along the creek Clean stream volunteers conducted several clean up events throughout the year City of Florissant April 17-24, 2021 - - - City of Frontenac - 2 Trucks / 3 People - - City of Glendale - Collected and disposed of trash bags from 6 parks inside the St. Louis City limits on 10/22 & 10/25/21 - - City of Green Park - Sister activity - placed "No Dumping" stickers on all inlets in Sunset View Subdivision Partnered with Lindbergh High School to clean travois Creek - 55 students and 8 faculty participated. City of Hazelwood Hosted cleanup site at White Birch Park from April 17-24 - City of Jennings Cancelled due to Covid-19 Our department continues to clean storm inlets Street sweeper out throughout the year. 244 Appendix BMP 21 MCM2 Clean-up Event Participation Confluence Trash Bash River des Peres Trash Bash Operation Clean Stream Reported Comments City of Kirkwood - - Operation CleanStream Sat Aug 28, 2021 Greentree Park — in -kind pavilion reservation (NC) Backhoe/loader from 8am-2pm Operator 8am-2pm 2 City of Kirkwood roll -off dumpsters provided through Sanitation Dept. City of Ladue - 10/18/21 & 10/22/21; 1 Dump Truck, 2 Employees picking up and transporting trash - - City of Lakeshire Conduct semi annual city wide trash pick-up City of Manchester - - The event was held in Grand Glaize Creek with 145 volunteers, 6 staff members, with two 1 -ton trucks full of trash/debris collected and properly disposed of. - City of Maryland Heights Community Center was used as a supply pick up hub for the trash bash that took place along Fee Fee Creek along the Fee Fee Greenway April 17 to April 24. - - - City of Moline Acres - - - - City of Normandy - - - The City of Normandy will evaluate these programs and consider participation in the program that would be best for our community City of Northwoods - - - Due to COVID, no outreach events were planned for this year. City of Oakland - Scout troop participation - - City of Olivette - - - Possible Olivette Stream Team clean up of River Des Peres in 2022 City of Overland City did not participate this year due to on -going pandemic. Anticipate participation in 2022 event City of Pagedale Dumping in creeks (17) Trash Bags - - - 245 Appendix BMP 21 MCM2 Clean-up Event Participation Confluence Trash Bash River des Peres Trash Bash Operation Clean Stream Reported Comments City of Richmond Heights - - Richmond Heights provided one City truck and two employees for clean stream event. - City of Rock Hill Had bag/glove/shirt pick up at Rock Hill City Hall: Oct. 11-22, 2021 - - City of Shrewsbury - 9/22/21 park clean-up installed approximately 23 no dumping inlet markers City of St. Ann We would like to participate in a trash bash this year. City of St. John - - City sponsored clean up of open storm water ditches in St. John. One from Marvin to Calvert; one St. Charles Rock Rd. - City of Sunset Hills - - August 14, 2021 # Employees and 16 volunteers Meramec River Old travois Bridge to Hwy 30 - Along River Edge 8 Tires and 1-20 Yd Dumpster City of Town & Country - - Staff support - Clean up - City of University City Provided supplies, containers for pick-up - - City of Valley Park - - 2 Employees 1 Dump Truck 1 Backhoe - City of Vinita Park None this year - - - City of Warson Woods Public access and participation in any events limited in 2021 due to COVID- 19 City of Webster Groves - removed three pickup loads of trash - - City of Wildwood City of Wildwood provides trash collection at four separate areas: Sherman Beach, Fox Creek Trailhead, Hamilton/Carr Creek at Woods Rd, and Anniversary Park. The City uses local contract forces to collect large items and haul off waste. City of Winchester October 9, 2021- The City of Winchester participated - 246 Appendix BMP 21 MCM2 Clean-up Event Participation Confluence Trash Bash River des Peres Trash Bash Operation Clean Stream Reported Comments City of Woodson Terrace Short staffed due to Covid in 2021. St. Louis County Provided equipment, staff, and use of Sioux Passage Park, White Birch Park, and Greenwood Cemetery to help facilitate the clean up effort. - Town of Norwood Court Community Hazard waste disposal with Waste management. Scheduled for the Spring of 2022 Village of Bel -Nor - 2 residents participated - - Village of Hanley Hills Participated in "Mark The Drain" Event on October 16, 2021. Also participated in the "trash bash" on October 23, 2021 Hanley Hills did not participate this year. Staff limited. Part of the trash bash is cleaning up the creek each year. Year -to -Year progress has been achieved. Additionally, the creek is regulary monitoried by Hanley Hills' Public Works Department. 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P,i selie8 N ltl uotviaurM, f.1 E y, - J Ka iicy{ Des Peres R • saP PIG i Appendix BMP 26 MCM1 Inlet Markers Map Zoomed in Plan Area section map - 2021 labeled inlet at River des Peres Trash Bash LABELTYPE Glued No Dumping Drain_ to Stream ABEL DATE 10/1U2021 W2021 Zoom to ..■ 249 Appendix BMP 24 MCM2 EnviroScape Events Event Date Number of Enviroscape Reservations Number of Participants Reached Presenter Organization 1/22/21 1 15 Covenant Christian School 1/26/21 2 200 Parkway South Middle School 3/29/21 1 45 Nerinx High School 4/12/21 1 25 Lusher Elementary 4/12/21 1 13 Saul Mirowitz 4/16/21 1 20 Earthday365 4/19/21 1 120 Rogers Middle School 4/26/21 3 125 Truman Middle School 6/1/21 1 60 St. Louis Catholic Academy 6/9/21 1 18 St. Joseph Academy's 6/21/21 1 12 Hancock High School 6/28/21 1 15 Bristol Elementary 7/9/21 1 8 OYC 7/15/21 1 68 MBG Visitors 8/10/21 1 5 Tower Grove Park 10/5/21 1 32 Rossman School 10/11/21 2 125 Truman Middle School 10/12/21 1 21 Mann Elementary 11/24/21 1 not reported Eco-Act - Dewey 11/24/21 1 not reported Eco-Act - Dewey 12/16/21 2 200 Parkway South Middle School 2021 4 not reported Litzsinger Road Ecology Center 250 Appendix BMP 25 MCM2 Inlet Markers Organization Number of Stream Markers Number of Door Hangers Number of Volunteers Boy Scouts 16 30 1 Trustees of York Village Subdivision 20 1 2 n/a 20 20 7 n/a 100 10 1 Rogers Middle School 20 0 not recorded n/a 50 50 not recorded n/a 113 50 12 Earthday365 6 0 not recorded n/a 416 0 43 Cub Scout Pack 787 46 50 27 Cub Scout Pack 721 31 25 9 City of Shrewsberry 23 0 not recorded City of Kirkwood 16 0 not recorded n/a 159 0 8 Jefferson Barracks 20 0 3 251 Appendix BMP 35 MCM3 Water Quality Summary Report Illicit Discharge Date Illicit Discharge Nearest Address Illicit Discharge Description Watershed Pollutant of Concern Watershed Impaired for Pollutant of Concern Pollutant 2020 Geometric Mean Downstream MSD Sample Point Water Quality Impact Summary and Action Plan 6/24/20 3708 Yaeger Rd. St. Louis, MO 63129 Excessive Sedimentation/Siltation Mattese Creek- Meramec TSS NO ].6 mg/L S side of Fred Weber main quarry road bridge (\Nun 035-58; BM 33K2) Not Discernable. There is not a downstream sample point close to the point of pollutant entrance. The closest e is 1 mile away with several businesses and homes along the way. Land disturbance lacking BMPs less than one acre; potentialimpao without BMPs.Referred to St Louis County. L - -•:..t Moe Storm manna am '., .." . ,,„.....,. ' n0Pmouw.nayt ma.w3.We,. r P Illicit Discharge Date Illicit Discharge Nearest Address Illicit Discharge Description Watershed Pollutant of Concern Watershed Impaired for Pollutant of Concern Pollutant 2020 Geometric Mean Downstream MSD Sample Point Water Quality Impact Summary and Action Plan ]/21/2G20 4625 Towne South Rd. St Louis, MO 63128 Green Water Mattese Creek- Meramec Toxic - Organic Pollutants NO NO Data Available 5 side of Fred Weber main quarry road bridge (Wun 035-58; BM 33K2) Not Discernable. There is not a downstream sample point close to the point of pollutant entrance. The closest one is 4 miles away with several businesses and homes along the way. Excess dye from treatment of GIS-BMP-84]2 into creek; customer contacted to cease • l. }% Jy�. f • Legend • MBD StormChen. d Butdype ytt ,- t Approximately/ mt. ee Sonatina Point 1 ..TP,-.0 �r^'j yam' t .. I '1.3 —'' Mid' Discharge Date Illicit Discharge Nearest Address Illicit Discharge Description Watershed Pollutant of Concern Watershed Impaired for Pollutant of Concern Pollutant 2020 Geometric Mean Downstream MSD Sample Point Quality Impact Summary and Action Plan 7/29/2020 4]59 Diona Dr. S[. Louis, MO63129 On Site septic Mattese Creek- Meramec E. Coli YES 3]O MPN/100 m1s 5 side of Fred Weber main quarry road bridge(Wun 035-58; BM 33K2) Not at point of discovery. Sewage did not make it into storm system On site sepitc leaking into neighbors yard; low flow not entering storm system; referred [o St. Louis County ' I Y� v 1 , Le Wed n 1.50 Maur Channw' Yf . ai l . &Myna 1 Apprm'es.a. 2 mew 1si s eph.g PWaI '*. . '4, -14....'-- ....ft.. 7 . _ .. e' 252 Appendix BMP 45 MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Reported Procedure Name Reported St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin Land Disturbance Ordinance No - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors ordinance #2079 No - 3 City of Bel -Ridge built out Yes - 4 City of Berkeley ORD: 4438 No - 5 City of Black Jack - Yes - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 1275 Yes - 7 City of Brentwood Ordinance 4010 No - 8 City of Bridgeton Storm Water Management Program - Ordinance #05-43 No 9 City of Calverton Park located in new construction ordinance Yes - 10 City of Charlack County Yes - 11 City of Chesterfield Policy PPW-1005 Construction Site Waste Control No 12 City of Clarkson Valley Land Disturbance Ordinance #08-03 Yes - 13 City of Clayton Ch 430 Stormwater Control Requirements Article 1 Grading, Erosion, and Sediment Control Regulations for Sites One Acre or More : Ordinance No. 5965 §1(15-4) No - 14 City of Cool Valley Ordinance 1128 No - 15 City of Crestwood Ordinance 3889, Grading and Excavation ordinance No 16 City of Creve Coeur Ordinance 5043; standard notes on plans; concrete washout JSP for City contracts No - 17 City of Dellwood 1170 Yes - 18 City of Des Peres Sec 6-323, Ord 2260 Design Requirements No 19 City of Ellisville Ordinance 2769 No - 20 City of Fenton Sec 400.030 of Municipal Code Yes - 21 City of Ferguson ord #07-225 No - 22 City of Florissant Land Disturbance Permit No - 23 City of Frontenac Ord. 2010-1621 No - 24 City of Glendale Section 501.030 of Glendale Municipal Code Yes - 253 Appendix BMP 45 MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Reported Procedure Name Reported St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 25 City of Green Park Ord 445 - Land Disturbance Yes - 26 City of Hazelwood City Code Chapter 412: Land Disturbance No 27 City of Jennings Ord. No. 2148 28 City of Kirkwood Ordinance 9174 Amending Code - Land Disturbance No - 29 City of Ladue Ordinance #1950 No - 30 City of Lakeshire Ord 292009 No - 31 City of Manchester Ordinance #'s 08-1852 & 09-1967 Yes - 32 City of Maryland Heights Ordinance No. 2008-3037 No - 33 City of Moline Acres ORD 993 Yes - 34 City of Normandy Maintenance S.O.P. Manual and Ordinance No 35 City of Northwoods Northwoods Operations Maint. Manual No - 36 City of Oakland St. Louis County Code adopted by Section 515.020 of City Code Yes 37 City of Olivette St. Louis County hazardous materials abatement / removal and Olivette Ord. 277 Yes - 38 City of Overland 2008-30 No - 39 City of Pagedale - Yes - 40 City of Richmond Heights Land Disturbance Code - Ordinance #4695 No - 41 City of Rock Hill ORD 535 Yes - 42 City of Shrewsbury Ord 2670 & 2743 No 43 City of St. Ann - No - 44 City of St. John Contract with St. L County Yes - 45 City of Sunset Hills Ordinance #1613 No - 46 City of Town & Country Ord. 4034 No - 47 City of University City Municipal Code Section 500.290 and Section 500.300 Yes 48 City of Valley Park ORD. 1473 No - 49 City of Vinita Park None No - 254 Appendix BMP 45 MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Reported Procedure Name Reported St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 50 City of Warson Woods The City monitors street replacement/repair. Ordinance 1327/1419; City code sections 500.225- 227; 505.075 cover these requirements a well. Yes Per St. Louis County procedures. The City contracts with St. Louis County for municipal building permits and code inspections for a majority of construction. City street repair contractors operate per MSD requirements as stipulated in their contract with the City. 51 City of Webster Groves Ordinance 8591 Land Disturbance No - 52 City of Wildwood Ordinance 1488 No - 53 City of Winchester 961 -City Enforced No - 54 City of Woodson Terrace ORD 1692 Yes - 55 St. Louis County Ordinance No. 25,494. Yes - 56 Town of Norwood Court - Yes - 57 Village of Bel -Nor Requirements are contained in City code Title IV, Land Use, Chapter 415 Article IV, Stormwater in Site Design No - 58 Village of Hanley Hills - Yes - 59 Village of Marlborough 05-422 - contract with St. Louis county Yes - 60 Village of Riverview 415.07 No - 255 Appendix BMP 46 MCM4 Pre -Construction Planning Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin MSD site design guide No - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbo Ordinance #2079 No - 3 City of Bel -Ridge - Yes - 4 City of Berkeley ORD: 4438 No - 5 City of Black Jack N/A Yes - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 1275 Yes - 7 City of Brentwood Planning & Development Plan Review No - 8 City of Bridgeton Storm Water Management Program - Ordinance #05-43 No 9 City of Calverton Park Required in new construction ordinance Yes - 10 City of Charlack County Yes - 11 City of Chesterfield Policy PPW-073 Implementation of MSD Site Design Guidance Memo No - 12 City of Clarkson Valley n/a Yes - 13 City of Clayton Ch 430 Stormwater Control Requirements Article 3 Permit Procedures and Requirements Regulations for Sites One Acre or More : Ordinance No. 5965 §1(15-4) No - 14 City of Cool Valley Development Plan Review Process No - 15 City of Crestwood Ordinance 3889, Grading and Excavation ordinance No 16 City of Creve Coeur Municipal Code Section 410.260 and Chapter 425 No 17 City of Dellwood 1170 Yes - 18 City of Des Peres Sec 6-322, Ord 2260 Stormwater Pollution Prevention No 19 City of Ellisville Ordinance 2769 No - 20 City of Fenton Sec 447.010 of Municipal Code Yes - 21 City of Ferguson na No - 22 City of Florissant Land Disturbance Permit No - 23 City of Frontenac Ord. 2010-1621 No - 24 City of Glendale B 13-08 & B 14-08; Section 535.150 Glendale Municipal Code Yes 25 City of Green Park Per St. Louis County Yes - 26 City of Hazelwood City Code Chapter 412: Land Disturbance No 27 City of Jennings Ord. No. 2149 & 2354 - 28 City of Kirkwood Ordinance 10000: Adopting 2009 IRC w/modifications No - 256 Appendix BMP 46 MCM4 Pre -Construction Planning Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 29 City of Ladue Ordinance #1950, #1175, Chapter 110 of the Ladue Code of Ordinances No 30 City of Lakeshire Ord 292009 No - 31 City of Manchester Ordinance #'s 08-1852 & 09-1967 Yes - 32 City of Maryland Heights Ordinance 2008-3037 No - 33 City of Moline Acres ORD 993 Yes - 34 City of Normandy Normandy Ordinance #622 No - 35 City of Northwoods Northwoods Operations Maint. Manual No - 36 City of Oakland St. Louis County Code adopted by Section 515.020 of City Code Yes 37 City of Olivette Olivette Ord 2686, 2601, 2541, 2370, 2609, 2387 No - 38 City of Overland 2008-30 No - 39 City of Pagedale None Yes - 40 City of Richmond Heights Land Disturbance Code - Ordinance #4695 No - 41 City of Rock Hill Municipal Zoning Approval for Permit Application Yes 42 City of Shrewsbury Ord 2670 & 2743 No - 43 City of St. Ann n/a No - 44 City of St. John Contract with St. L. County Yes - 45 City of Sunset Hills Ordinance #1613 No - 46 City of Town & Country Site Improvement Permit No Performed in house 47 City of University City Municipal Code Section 500.290 and Section 500.300 Yes - 48 City of Valley Park ORD. 1473 No - 49 City of Vinita Park None No - 50 City of Warson Woods Ordinance 1327/1419; City code sections 500.225-227; 415.090; 416 cover these requirements a well. Yes Per St. Louis County procedures. The City contracts with St. Louis County for municipal building permits and code inspections for a majority of construction. City street repair contractors operate per MSD requirements as stipulated in their contract with the City. The City monitors street replacement/repair. 51 City of Webster Groves Ordinance 8591 Land Disturbance No - 52 City of Wildwood Ordinances 675, 1324, and 1488 No - 53 City of Winchester 500.050 Building Permits No - 54 City of Woodson Terrace ORD 1943 Yes - 55 St. Louis County Plan and plat review per Ordinance No. 23,553. Yes - 257 Appendix BMP 46 MCM4 Pre -Construction Planning Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 56 Town of Norwood Court - Yes - 57 Village of Bel -Nor Requirements are contained in City code Title IV, Land Use, Chapter 415 Article IV, Stormwater in Site Design No - 58 Village of Hanley Hills Ordinance Numbers: 997, 948, 950 and 939 Yes - 59 Village of Marlborough contract with St. Louis County Yes - 60 Village of Riverview 415.09 No - 258 Appendix BMP 47a MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract 1 City of Ballwin Public Works messages and Email requests No 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors 314-867-0076 No 3 City of Bel -Ridge - Yes 4 City of Berkeley ORD: 4438 No 5 City of Black Jack N/A Yes 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 1275 Yes 7 City of Brentwood Planning & Development Plan Review No 8 City of Bridgeton Storm Water Management Program - Ordinance #05- 43 No 9 City of Calverton Park Required in new construction ordinance Yes 10 City of Charlack County Yes 11 City of Chesterfield Policy PPW-045 Service Requests No 12 City of Clarkson Valley n/a Yes 13 City of Clayton Ch 430 Stormwater Control Requirements Article 3 Permit Procedures and Requirements Regulations for Sites One Acre or More : Ordinance No. 5965 §1(15-4) No 14 City of Cool Valley Development Plan Review Process No 15 City of Crestwood "Report an Issue" procedure No 16 City of Creve Coeur Permit Tracking System No 17 City of Dellwood 1170 Yes 259 Appendix BMP 47a MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract 18 City of Des Peres Website has "Report a Concern" module No 19 City of Ellisville Residents can complete online contact form, call City Hall directly and/or Newsletter service request form No 20 City of Fenton - Yes 21 City of Ferguson construction project checklist No 22 City of Florissant "Action Center" on Florissant Website No 23 City of Frontenac Stormwater Master Plan & Frontenac Festival Info. No 24 City of Glendale B 13-08 & B 14-08; Section 535.150 Glendale Municipal Code Yes 25 City of Green Park Per St. Louis County Yes 26 City of Hazelwood City Code Chapter 412: Land Disturbance No 27 City of Jennings Ord. No. 2148 28 City of Kirkwood City sourced; web -based citizen's concerns No 29 City of Ladue Ordinance #1950 and Internal Policy dated 12-20-18 No 30 City of Lakeshire Through St. Louis County No 31 City of Manchester Ordinance # 09-1961 Yes 32 City of Maryland Heights Ordinance 2008-3037 No 33 City of Moline Acres N/A Yes 34 City of Normandy Website citizen complaint/input No 35 City of Northwoods Northwoods Operations Maint. Manual No 36 City of Oakland St. Louis County Code adopted by Section 515.020 of City Code Yes 260 Appendix BMP 47a MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract 37 City of Olivette Building Permit Compliance, community inspectors Web site notification system, Stormwater Management Plan, Plan Commission 2021 No 38 City of Overland 2008-30 No 39 City of Pagedale None Yes 40 City of Richmond Heights Land Disturbance Code - Ordinance #4695 No 41 City of Rock Hill ORD 535 Yes 42 City of Shrewsbury Ord 2670 & 2743 No 43 City of St. Ann n/a No 44 City of St. John Contract with St. L County Yes 45 City of Sunset Hills Ordinance #1613; Internal City Policy Dated 1/4/19 No 46 City of Town & Country Site Improvement Permit No 47 City of University City Municipal Code Section 500.290 and Section 500.300 Yes 48 City of Valley Park Complaint Hotline 636-225-3506 No 49 City of Vinita Park None No 50 City of Warson Woods No specific procedure, name or number. Very infrequent occurrence due to the lack of land disturbance. No 51 City of Webster Groves ccar and "fix it" form No 52 City of Wildwood Ordinances 1324 & 1488; complaints tracked on website complaint center No 53 City of Winchester Complaint Policy/Procedure Manual No 54 City of Woodson Terrace ORD 1943 Yes 261 Appendix BMP 47a MCM4 Construction Site Waste Procedures Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract 55 St. Louis County In Sediment and Erosion Control Manual, St. Louis County, July 1, 2018. Yes 56 Town of Norwood Court na Yes 57 Village of Bel -Nor No written procedure; coordination with residents is handled informally by our City Clerk with information then passed along to City officials. No 58 Village of Hanley Hills N/A Yes 59 Village of Marlborough contract with St. Louis county Yes 60 Village of Riverview - No 262 Appendix BMP 47b and 50 MCM4 Incidents and Enforcement 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 47 and 50, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Incidents and Enforcement Co-permittee Plan Area Complaint (Y/N) Incident Date Incident Description Area/Address of Land Disturbance Informal Enforcement (Y/N) Formal Enforcement (YIN) City of Brentwood Y 2021-09-15 Jena Adkisson with MO DNR 8606 Manchester Rd -visited Brentwood Bound site and McGrath Elementary School Y N City of Brentwood Y 2021-11-15 Resident at 8610 Henrietta Ave called about Bommarito Construction dumping out concrete in storm inlets 8610 Henrietta Avenue Y N City of Bridgeton N 2021-03-09 Damaged silt fence / erosion 5.8 Acres / 3170 Fee Fee Rd. V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-07-19 Sediment Track -Out 2.07 Acres / 13029 Taussig Road V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-07-20 Construction entrance rumble rack not installed 1.52 Acres / 935 Northwest Plaza Drive V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-07-20 Sediment Track -Out 10.65 Acres / 13810 Missouri Bottom Rd V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-08-16 Silt fence failure / sediment runoff into area inlet 1.52Acres / 935 Northwest Plaza Drive V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-09-21 Rumble rack not installed / Sediment Track -Out 2.37 Acres / 3145 Smiley Road V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-09-24 Disturbance outside of approved limits 2.37 Acres / 3145 Smiley Road V N City of Bridgeton N 2021-12-06 Sediment build-up at curb inlet 1.52 Acres / 935 Northwest Plaza Drive Y N City of Chesterfield N 12/9/2021 Some action taken but silt fence installation issues remain. 2nd NOV with corrections required by noon on 12/13. Corrections made. Issues resolved. 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD N Y City of Chesterfield N 12/6/2021 NOV for failure to correct silt fence and tree preservation fencing issues. Issues corrected 12/9. Resolution letter issued 12/10 300 N EATHERTON RD N Y City of Chesterfield N 12/3/2021 Failure to propertly install/repair silt fence after informal notice given on 11/30. 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD N Y City of Chesterfield N 11/30/2021 Silt fence not property installed. Contractor given verbal notice to correct/repair. 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD Y N City of Chesterfield N 11/9/2021 Material being stored on site is not in compliance with the approved plan. 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD N Y City of Chesterfield N 9/30/2021 Issued Stop Work Order because violations noted in 9/22/2021 NOV letter were not properly addressed. 80 RIVER BEND DR N V City of Chesterfield N 9/22/2021 Silt fence not maintained and missing in some areas. Curb inlet sock full of silt. 80 RIVER BEND DR N Y City of Chesterfield N 8/11/2021 Notice of violation issued for lack o maintenance of various BMPs. 16461 BURKHARDT PL N Y City of Chesterfield N 7/28/2021 Silt fence not trenched into the ground, other silt fence needs to be repaired. Resolution letter sent 8/6/2021. 80 RIVER BEND DR N Y City of Chesterfield N 5/21/2021 Issues document on 5/17 partially addressed. 2nd NOV issued for remaining items. Issued corrected 5/25. Resolution letter sent 5/27. 300 N EATHERTON RD N V City of Chesterfield N 5/17/2021 NOV for failure to correct silt fence issues and no construction entrance. 300 N EATHERTON RD N Y City of Chesterfield N 5/3/2021 Stop Work Order issued. Permit expired and new permit not obtained. 17509 NORTH OUTER 40 RD N V City of Chesterfield N 4/26/2021 Work on site outsidge that approved with the GP and without the neccesary approvals. Amended site development plan and improvement plans required. 633 GODDARD AVE N Y City of Chesterfield N 4/21/2021 John Folmer has been verbally notified that SWPPP reports will need to be submitted weekly and after a rain event by a certified inspector. The 1st report is due 2021-04-30 300 N EATHERTON RD Y N City of Chesterfield V 2/23/2021 Track out on to N Outer 40 Road. 17509 NORTH OUTER 40 RD N Y City of Chesterfield Y 2/23/2021 Track out onto N Outer 40. 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD N Y City of Chesterfield V 1/29/2021 Track out onto N Outer 40. Applicant notified verbally and road cleaned. Entrance drive being rocked to prevent/minimize future track out. 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD V N City of Chesterfield N 1/21/2021 Failure to install and maintain siltation control devices to contain sediment on site. Resolution letter sent 01/27/2021. 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD N Y 263 Appendix BMP 47b and 50 MCM4 Incidents and Enforcement 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 47 and 50, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Incidents and Enforcement Co-permittee Plan Area Complaint (YIN) Incident Date Incident Description Area/Address of Land Disturbance Informal Enforcement (YIN) Formal Enforcement (YIN) City of Chesterfield N 1/20/2021 Contractor began building demolition work prior to installing erosion control measures and not submitted SWPPP reports. Resolution letter sent 1/21/2021. 15201 OLIVE BLVD N Y City of Creve Coeur N 2021-08-17 Dirt and Rock tracked onto street 11900-11925 Santino Court V N City of Ellisville Y 2021-01-15 Mud on street 1259 Vero Lane Y N City of Ellisville N 2021-03-18 Silt fence repair 1247 Vero Lane Y N City of Ellisville N 2021-04-09 Silt fence repair 1255 Vero Lane Y N City of Ellisville N 2021-04-09 Silt fence repair 1267 Vero Lane Y N City of Ellisville Y 2021-05-20 Mud on street 1242 Vero Lane Y N City of Ellisville N 2021-06-23 Silt fence repair 95 Ranchmoor Trail Y N City of Ellisville Y 2021-06-23 Draining footing rainwater off property 1236 Marsh Avenue Y N City of Ellisville N 2021-07-22 Mud on street 95 Ranchmoor Trail Y N City of Ellisville Y 2021-08-17 Debris on site 95 Ranchmoor Trail Y N City of Ellisville Y 2021-08-25 Mud on street 95 Ranchmoor Trail Y N City of Ellisville Y 2021-11-08 Illegal sanitary sewer discharge 1557 Humingbird Park Court N V City of Hazelwood Y 2021-11-16 Dust in the air Hazelwood Tradeport Y N City of Hazelwood Y 2021-11-29 Dust in the air Hazelwood Tradeport Y N City of Hazelwood Y 2021-12-02 Dirt on road Hazelwood Tradeport Y N City of Ladue N 2021-04-12 Repair Silt Fence 9841 Old Warson Y N City of Ladue N 2021-01-07 Need to install Silt Fence 6 East Ladue Lane Y N City of Ladue N 2021-09-07 Overtopped Silt Fence 6 East Ladue Lane Y N City of Ladue N 2021-01-14 Repair fence where tree fell 63 Trent Drive Y N City of Ladue N 2021-04-05 Replace missing and repair downed silt fence 63 Trent Drive Y N City of Olivette Y 2021-09-03 Siltation conditions 4.4 acres, 9411 and 9415 Old Bonhomme Rd Y N City of Olivette Y 2021-08-27 Siltation control 7.9 acres, 9661 Old Bonhomme Elementary School, 9661 Old Bonhomme Rd Y N City of Richmond Heights Y 2021-12-15 Mud on street 8915 Eager Road Y N City of Sunset Hills Y 2021-10-05 Mud tracked onto City ROW 12322 Robyn Road Y N City of Sunset Hills Y 2021-12-08 Inlet cover requires repair 12721 W Watson Y N City of Webster Groves Y 2021-03-11 mud on street 120 Madison Ave N Y City of Webster Groves Y 2021-05-11 mud on street 315 Oakwood Ave N Y City of Webster Groves Y 2021-05-17 mud on street W Lockwood between Sherwood and Crofton N Y City of Webster Groves Y 2021-06-15 mud on street 649 Hurstgreen N Y City of Webster Groves Y 2021-07-26 silt control failing 1102 Summit N Y City of Webster Groves Y 2021-08-31 mud from pool draining across property lines 1273 S Rock Hill N Y City of Webster Groves Y 2021-09-21 mud on sidewalk 222 W Cedar N Y City of Wildwood N 2021-01-04 mud/trackout 1141 Pond Rd N Y City of Wildwood N 2021-09-16 mud/trackout 2701 Christy Ave Y N St. Louis County N 2021-09-29 Land Disturbance without permit 3803 Mount Olive N Y St. Louis County N 2021-09-29 Land Disturbance without permit 3910 Paule Ave N Y St. Louis County N 2021-02-12 HAULING TO UNPERMITTED DUMPSITE 586 Lewis Road N Y St. Louis County Y 2021-06-08 Land Disturbance without permit 2719 Francis N Y St. Louis County Y 2021-04-22 Land Disturbance without permit 3702 Yaeger Road N Y St. Louis County N 2021-07-12 Land Disturbance without a permit 2866 North Lindbergh N V St. Louis County N 2021-08-04 Land Disturbance started before permit was issued 11792 Lusher Road N Y St. Louis County N 2021-04-30 Land Disturbance without permit 837 Forest Circle Trail N Y St. Louis County Y 2021-09-16 Creek discolored by unknown substance 8612 Olive Blvd. Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-02-11 Mud on public street 5400 Meramec Bottom Road Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-02-12 Mud on public street 5400 Meramec Bottom Road Y N St. Louis County N 2021-02-19 Land Disturbance work started before permit issued 5491 North Highway 67 N Y St. Louis County N 2021-12-02 Land Disturbance work started before permit issued 929 Big Bend Road Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-09-13 Land Disturbance without permit 6311 Treehouse Trail Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-10-19 Land Disturbance without permit 10646 Lackland Road Y N St. Louis County N 2021-05-11 Land Disturbance without permit 10906 North Warson Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-05-10 Land Disturbance without a permit 3113 Crystal Lake Drive Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-08-18 Mud on neighboring properties 4913 Butler Hill Road Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-10-08 Track out on roadway Arbors at Bridle Path - Reis Road Y N St. Louis County Y 2021-12-16 track out on roadway near 915 Bowles, Bowles at Summit subdivision Y N 264 Appendix BMP 48 MCM4 Inspection Procedures and Checklists Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin Land Disturbance checklist No - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors Ordinance #2081 No - 3 City of Bel -Ridge - Yes - 4 City of Berkeley ORD: 4438 No - 5 City of Black Jack N/A Yes - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 1275 Yes - 7 City of Brentwood Planning & Development Dept. No Code enforcement inspectors monitor permittee activities; SWPPP information is submitted for applicable projects. 8 City of Bridgeton Storm Water Management Program - Ordinance #05-43 No 9 City of Calverton Park Contract with St. Louis County Yes - 10 City of Charlack County Yes - 11 City of Chesterfield Procedure PPW-1050 Development Review and Inspections & Procedure PPW- 1009 Grading Permit Enforcement No - 12 City of Clarkson Valley n/a Yes - 13 City of Clayton Ch 430 Storwater Control Requirements Article 4 Inspections of Storm Water Facilities Regulations for Sites One Acre or More : Ordinance No. 5965 §1(15-4) No - 14 City of Cool Valley Development Plan Review Process No 15 City of Crestwood Ordinance 3889, Grading and Excavation ordinance No 16 City of Creve Coeur Staff inspections and contractor SWPPP inspections after rains No - 17 City of Dellwood 1170 Yes - 18 City of Des Peres Sec 6-324, Ord 2260 Inspections No - 19 City of Ellisville City of Ellisville site inspection report No 20 City of Fenton - Yes - 21 City of Ferguson Res#2008-3349 No - 22 City of Florissant Stormwater Construction Site Inspection Report No 23 City of Frontenac Inspection Checklist / See Schedule Attachment E No 265 Appendix BMP 48 MCM4 Inspection Procedures and Checklists Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 24 City of Glendale B 13-08 & B 14-08; Section 535.150 Glendale Municipal Code Yes - 25 City of Green Park Ordinance 445 Yes - 26 City of Hazelwood City Code Chapter 412: Land Disturbance No 27 City of Jennings Ord. No. 2148 - 28 City of Kirkwood Ordinance 10000 adopting 2009 IRC w/modifications No 29 City of Ladue Ordinance #1950 and Land Disturbance Check List No 30 City of Lakeshire - No - 31 City of Manchester Ordinance # 09-1961 Yes - 32 City of Maryland Heights Ordinance 2008-3037 No - 33 City of Moline Acres ORD 993 Yes - 34 City of Normandy Maintenance S.O.P. inspection log for land disturbance No 35 City of Northwoods Northwoods Operations Maint. Manual No - 36 City of Oakland St. Louis County Code adopted by Section 515.020 of City Code Yes - 37 City of Olivette Building Permit Compliance per ordinance on projects less than 1 acre. Stormwater Management Ord (Ord 2601 Grading Ordinance (Ord 551) No - 38 City of Overland 2008-30 No - 39 City of Pagedale - Yes - 40 City of Richmond Heights Land Disturbance Code Ordinance #4695 No - 41 City of Rock Hill ORD 535 Yes - 42 City of Shrewsbury Ord 2670 & 2743 - 43 City of St. Ann SWPP Inspection Checklist No - 44 City of St. John Contract with St. L. County Yes - 45 City of Sunset Hills Ordinance #1613 No - 46 City of Town & Country Site Improvement Permit No - 47 City of University City Municipal Code Section 500.290 and Section 500.300 Yes - 48 City of Valley Park ORD. 1473 No - 49 City of Vinita Park none No - 266 Appendix BMP 48 MCM4 Inspection Procedures and Checklists Co-permittee Procedure Name St. Louis County Contract Reported Comments 50 City of Warson Woods Ordinance 1327/140: Code sections 500.225-227 cover these requirements. No City contracts with St. Louis County for numerous code inspection services. Land disturbance is an infrequent occurrence within the City. Projects consist of mostly residential projects on smaller lots that are well under the threshold of an acres or more. 51 City of Webster Groves Ordinance 8591 Land Disturbance No - 52 City of Wildwood Ordinance 1488 _ No - 53 City of Winchester 500.060 & procedures from 4.2.6.1.3 No 54 City of Woodson Terrace ORD 1943 Yes - 55 St. Louis County Ordinance No. 25,494. Yes - 56 Town of Norwood Court - Yes - 57 Village of Bel -Nor City ordinances 865, 866, and 868; City code Title IV, Chapter 410, Section 410.370 Administration and Enforcement No - 58 Village of Hanley Hills N/A Yes - 59 Village of Marlborough 05-422 Yes - 60 Village of Riverview 415.1 No - 267 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Brentwood 2021-11-12 Brentwood Bound- Phase 1 and Phase 2 City of Brentwood 2021-12-03 Brentwood Bound- Phase 1 and Phase 2 City of Bridgeton 2021-03-03 49.1 Acres / 13850 Ferguson Lane City of Bridgeton 2021-03-03 15.0 Acres / 13570 St. Charles Rock Road City of Bridgeton 2021-05-12 1.52 Acres / 935 Northwest Plaza Drive City of Bridgeton 2021-06-15 2.07 Acres / 13029 Taussig Road City of Bridgeton 2021-06-22 9.0 Acres / 13019 Gist Road City of Bridgeton 2021-08-04 2.37 Acres / 3145 Smiley Road City of Chesterfield 1/19/2021 0.23 13559 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 2/3/2021 0.23 13559 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 8/18/2021 0.34 14483 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 9/29/2021 0.34 14483 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 10/28/2021 0.15 14528 SOUTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 11/22/2021 0.15 14528 SOUTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 1/25/2021 1.67 14647 LADUE RD City of Chesterfield 2/8/2021 1.67 14647 LADUE RD City of Chesterfield 2/22/2021 1.67 14647 LADUE RD City of Chesterfield 4/19/2021 1.67 14647 LADUE RD City of Chesterfield 6/7/2021 1.67 14647 LADUE RD City of Chesterfield 3/8/2021 0.69 14746 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 4/19/2021 0.69 14746 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 6/21/2021 0.69 14746 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 8/23/2021 0.69 14746 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 1/22/2021 0.98 14800 SUGARWOOD TRAIL DR City of Chesterfield 3/16/2021 0.98 14800 SUGARWOOD TRAIL DR City of Chesterfield 1/21/2021 13 15201 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 3/15/2021 13 15201 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 3/26/2021 13 15201 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 5/10/2021 13 15201 OLIVE BLVD City of Chesterfield 7/7/2021 13 15201 OLIVE BLVD 268 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Chesterfield 1/5/2021 1.26 15320 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 3/10/2021 1.26 15320 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 6/1/2021 1.26 15320 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 8/5/2021 1.26 15320 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 8/18/2021 1.26 15320 CONWAY RD City of Chesterfield 6/29/2021 0.79 15399 APPALACHIAN TRL City of Chesterfield 9/14/2021 0.79 15399 APPALACHIAN TRL City of Chesterfield 11/22/2021 0.9 16121 WALNUT HILL FARM DR City of Chesterfield 2/5/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 2/25/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 3/5/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 3/17/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 3/30/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 5/11/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 5/24/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 6/23/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 7/28/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 8/11/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 8/19/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 10/1/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 10/21/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 11/5/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 11/16/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 12/1/2021 67 16461 BURKHARDT PL City of Chesterfield 1/19/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 2/2/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 3/15/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 5/11/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 7/9/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 8/30/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEI< RD 269 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Chesterfield 9/16/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 10/29/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 12/20/2021 3.1 16461 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 3/8/2021 16849 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 5/11/2021 64.27 16849 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 1/6/2021 2.95 16851 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 2/23/2021 2.95 16851 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 4/20/2021 2.95 16851 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 2/12/2021 0.16 1701 CLARKSON RD City of Chesterfield 4/21/2021 0.16 1701 CLARKSON RD City of Chesterfield 1/27/2021 6.37 17017 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 3/23/2021 6.37 17017 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 5/13/2021 6.37 17017 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 8/6/2021 6.37 17017 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 11/30/2021 2.2 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 12/3/2021 2.2 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 12/9/2021 2.2 17256 WILD HORSE CREEI< RD City of Chesterfield 12/13/2021 2.2 17256 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 1/4/2021 1.89 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 2/24/2021 1.89 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 4/20/2021 1.89 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 6/16/2021 1.89 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 11/16/2021 1.89 17401 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 6/21/2021 40 17485 NORTH OUTER 40 RD A City of Chesterfield 8/23/2021 40 17485 NORTH OUTER 40 RD A City of Chesterfield 11/3/2021 40 17485 NORTH OUTER 40 RD A City of Chesterfield 3/8/2021 27.4 17509 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 5/11/2021 27.4 17509 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 3/8/2021 10 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 5/11/2021 10 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD 270 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Chesterfield 7/26/2021 10 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 8/23/2021 10 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 11/19/2021 10 17627 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 2/24/2021 0.57 178 FICK FARM RD City of Chesterfield 4/21/2021 0.57 178 FICK FARM RD City of Chesterfield 6/21/2021 10.17 17905 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 8/23/2021 10.17 17905 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 11/15/2021 10.17 17905 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 3/8/2021 24.1 17995 NORTH OUTER 40 RD City of Chesterfield 2/24/2021 0.62 18047 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 4/28/2021 0.62 18047 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 6/30/2021 0.62 18047 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 8/25/2021 0.62 18047 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 9/27/2021 0.62 18047 WILD HORSE CREEK RD City of Chesterfield 11/18/2021 0.25 1969 SCHOETTLER RD City of Chesterfield 6/29/2021 0.8 2312 BAXTER RD City of Chesterfield 9/7/2021 0.8 2312 BAXTER RD City of Chesterfield 11/5/2021 0.8 2312 BAXTER RD City of Chesterfield 2/24/2021 0.14 255 VALLEY VIEW DR City of Chesterfield 2/19/2021 0.92 300 CHESTERFIELD CTR City of Chesterfield 4/22/2021 0.92 300 CHESTERFIELD CTR City of Chesterfield 5/4/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 5/13/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 5/25/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 8/9/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 8/16/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 8/25/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 10/6/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 10/19/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 10/22/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD 271 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Chesterfield 11/29/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 12/6/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 12/9/2021 0.96 300 N EATHERTON RD City of Chesterfield 7/30/2021 0.58 347 N WOODS MILL RD City of Chesterfield 9/17/2021 0.58 347 N WOODS MILL RD City of Chesterfield 11/5/2021 0.58 347 N WOODS MILL RD City of Chesterfield 12/15/2021 0.58 347 N WOODS MILL RD City of Chesterfield 4/28/2021 0.98 633 GODDARD AVE City of Chesterfield 11/5/2021 0.98 633 GODDARD AVE City of Chesterfield 7/7/2021 0.92 696 WATER WORKS RD City of Chesterfield 9/9/2021 0.92 696 WATER WORKS RD City of Chesterfield 11/15/2021 0.92 696 WATER WORKS RD City of Chesterfield 9/7/2021 0.91 728 STRAUB RD City of Chesterfield 11/2/2021 0.91 728 STRAUB RD City of Chesterfield 12/27/2021 0.91 728 STRAUB RD City of Chesterfield 1/6/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 2/2/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 2/8/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 2/18/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 3/25/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 4/2/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 6/8/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 6/21/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 7/7/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 7/16/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 7/21/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 7/26/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 8/6/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 8/20/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 8/24/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR 272 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Chesterfield 9/14/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 9/30/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 10/1/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 11/22/2021 0.6 80 RIVER BEND DR City of Chesterfield 2/24/2021 20.19 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Chesterfield 4/21/2021 20.19 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Chesterfield 6/23/2021 20.19 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Chesterfield 8/25/2021 20.19 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Chesterfield 9/20/2021 20.19 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Chesterfield 11/22/2021 20.19 954 SILVER BUCK LN City of Clayton 2021-01-13 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-26 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-02-09 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-10 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-24 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-06 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-22 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-06 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-19 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-03 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-17 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-01 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-13 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-27 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-12 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-26 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-09 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-23 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-07 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-20 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 273 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Clayton 2021-11-04 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-17 211 N Meramec Ave, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-13 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-26 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-02-09 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-10 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-24 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-06 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-22 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-06 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-19 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-03 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-17 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-01 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-13 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-27 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-12 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-26 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-09 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-23 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-07 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-20 7651 Clayton Road, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-13 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-26 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-02-09 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-10 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-24 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-06 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-22 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-06 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 274 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Clayton 2021-05-19 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-03 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-17 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-01 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-13 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-27 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-12 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-26 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-09 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-23 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-07 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-20 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-04 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-17 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-12-02 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-12-14 8027 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-09 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-23 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-20 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-04 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-17 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-12-02 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-12-14 6500 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-08 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-15 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-22 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-01-29 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-02-19 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-02-26 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-05 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 275 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Clayton 2021-03-12 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-19 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-03-25 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-02 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-09 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-16 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-23 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-04-30 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-07 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-14 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-21 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-05-27 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-04 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-11 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-18 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-06-25 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-02 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-09 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-16 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-23 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-07-30 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-05 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-13 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-20 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-08-27 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-10 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-17 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-09-24 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-01 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-08 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 276 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Clayton 2021-10-15 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-22 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-10-29 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-05 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-12 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-19 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-11-26 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-12-03 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Clayton 2021-12-10 1 Haddington Ct, Clayton MO 63105 City of Crestwood 2021-04-01 9846 Watson Road City of Crestwood 2021-05-03 9846 Watson Road City of Crestwood 2021-05-18 9846 Watson Road City of Crestwood 2021-06-04 9846 Watson Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-15 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-19 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-26 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-01 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-08 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-12 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-19 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-26 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-29 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-06 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-12 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-18 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-25 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-03 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-10 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-17 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-21 12634 Olive Blvd 277 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-28 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-02 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-08 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-12 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-19 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-26 12634 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-04 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-11 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-18 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-27 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-02-08 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-02-16 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-02-22 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-01 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-17 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-12 11900-11925 Santino Court City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-15 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-13 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-28 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-10 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-26 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-11 12645 Olive Blvd City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-15 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-13 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-28 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-12 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-26 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-11 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-07 9989 Old Olive Street Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-08 12120 Conway Road 278 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-15 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-19 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-26 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-29 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-05 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-08 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-12 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-19 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-26 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-29 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-06 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-13 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-18 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-25 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-28 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-04 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-11 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-18 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-21 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-28 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-02 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-08 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-12 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-19 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-26 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-02 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-09 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-13 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-20 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-27 12120 Conway Road 279 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-03 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-06 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-13 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-20 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-21 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-28 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-05 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-12 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-15 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-22 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-29 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-05 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-12 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-19 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-26 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-03 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-10 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-17 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-20 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-27 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-29 12120 Conway Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-12 425 N. Spoede Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-28 425 N. Spoede Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-03 425 N. Spoede Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-19 425 N. Spoede Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-06 425 N. Spoede Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-21 425 N. Spoede Road City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-30 425 N. Spoede Road City of Ellisville 2021-01-01 137 Clarkson Road (Developer required to maintain records for Weekly & Post Event inspections on site) 280 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Ellisville 2021-01-01 15950 Manchester Road (Developer required to maintain records for Weekly & Post Event inspections on site) City of Ellisville 2021-01-01 95 Ranchmoor Trail (Developer required to maintain records for Weekly & Post Event inspections on site) City of Ellisville 2021-12-03 100 Clarkson Road (Developer required to maintain records for Weekly & Post Event inspections on site) City of Florissant (Skipped) 3200 N Hwy 67 City of Hazelwood 2021-03-05 8660 Pershall Road City of Hazelwood 2021-03-08 4824 Park 370 Boulevard City of Hazelwood 2021-05-19 5651 Phantom Drive City of Hazelwood 2021-12-02 Hazelwood Tradeport City of Hazelwood 2021-12-02 5951 Howdershell Road City of Hazelwood 2021-12-06 5951 Howdershell Road City of Kirkwood 2021-01-25 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-01-30 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-02-16 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-01-28 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-01-02 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-01-09 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-01-16 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-01-23 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-02-06 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-02-13 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-02-20 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-02-27 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-03-12 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-03-19 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-03-26 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-03-13 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 281 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Kirkwood 2021-03-20 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-03-27 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-03 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-10 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-08 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-10 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-24 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-28 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-05-18 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-05-27 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-16 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-24 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-04-30 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-05-07 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-05-14 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-05-21 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-05-28 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-04 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-11 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-12 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-19 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-26 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-03 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-10 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-17 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-24 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-31 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-25 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-06-29 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-01 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 282 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Kirkwood 2021-07-10 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-07-16 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-08-09 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-08-12 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-08-23 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-01 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-08 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-21 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-06 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-08-20 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-08-27 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-03 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-10 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-17 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-09-24 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-01 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-06 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-12-17 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-12-24 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-12-31 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-09 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-16 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-23 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-10-30 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-11-06 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-11-13 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-11-20 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-11-27 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-12-04 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Kirkwood 2021-12-18 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 283 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Kirkwood 2021-12-30 4.73 Acres /2029 Lily Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 City of Ladue 2021-01-14 9934 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-03-29 9934 Lltzsinger City of Ladue 2021-04-12 9934 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-06-10 9934 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-08-31 9934 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-11-11 9934 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-11-18 9934 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-01-15 10046 Litzsinger City of Ladue 2021-01-29 755 S Price Road City of Ladue 2021-02-24 755 S Price Road City of Ladue 2021-01-14 63 Trent Drive City of Ladue 2021-01-21 63 Trent Drive City of Ladue 2021-04-05 63 Trent Drive City of Ladue 2021-04-12 63 Trent Drive City of Ladue 2021-06-11 63 Trent Drive City of Ladue 2021-01-21 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-02-03 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-02-23 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-03-09 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-03-25 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-04-06 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-04-20 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-05-04 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-05-18 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-06-01 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-06-15 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-06-29 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-07-13 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-07-27 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) 284 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Ladue 2021-08-10 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-08-25 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-09-07 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-09-21 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-10-04 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-10-19 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-11-10 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-11-16 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-11-24 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-12-01 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-12-09 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-12-21 Brentwood to Conway Ph I I I and Ph IV (DC-02-DC03) City of Ladue 2021-01-05 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-01-07 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-04-02 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-06-22 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-09-07 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-09-14 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-11-04 6 East Ladue Lane City of Ladue 2021-02-09 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-02-22 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-04-02 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-04-12 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-04-20 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-06-29 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-09-08 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-11-03 9841 Old Warson Road City of Ladue 2021-09-03 9701 Conway Road City of Ladue 2021-10-29 9701 Conway Road City of Ladue 2021-09-15 615 S Price Road 285 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Ladue 2021-10-28 614 S Price Road City of Ladue 2021-01-26 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2022-04-13 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-06-30 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-07-06 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-09-08 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-11-09 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-11-16 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-12-01 Brentwood to Conway Dc02-Dc03 Ph I and II City of Ladue 2021-01-05 East Ladue Lane Subdivision City of Ladue 2021-01-21 East Ladue Lane Subdivision City of Ladue 2021-04-23 East Ladue Lane Subdivision City of Ladue 2021-06-15 East Ladue Lane Subdivision City of Ladue 2021-08-31 East Ladue Lane Subdivision City of Maryland Heights 2021-01-08 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-02-12 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-03-05 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-04-09 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-05-07 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-06-11 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-07-09 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-08-06 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-09-10 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-10-08 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-11-12 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-12-10 3550 Sport Port Road/ 111.7 City of Maryland Heights 2021-04-09 2920 Fee Fee Road/ 3.65 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-06-25 2920 Fee Fee Road/ 3.65 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-11-01 13971 Riverport Drive/ 49.5 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-12-01 13971 Riverport Drive/ 49.5 Acres 286 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Maryland Heights 2021-10-29 2910 Rose Acres Drive/ 2.77 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-11-09 2910 Rose Acres Drive/ 2.77 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-12-28 2910 Rose Acres Drive/ 2.77 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-07-16 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-08-10 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-08-24 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-10-29 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-11-01 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-12-28 15737 River Valley Drive/ 141.6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-07-16 2315 Millpark Drive/ 8.31 Acers City of Maryland Heights 2021-10-22 2315 Millpark Drive/ 8.31 Acers City of Maryland Heights 2021-12-28 2315 Millpark Drive/ 8.31 Acers City of Maryland Heights 2021-06-25 13610 Riverport Drive/ 6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-07-16 13610 Riverport Drive/ 6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-11-01 13610 Riverport Drive/ 6 Acres City of Maryland Heights 2021-12-28 13610 Riverport Drive/ 6 Acres City of Olivette 2021-12-23 27.5 acres, Warson Park Community Center / Greenwa, 1200 N Warson Rd City of Olivette 2021-12-10 14 aces, Olive Crossing, SW corner of Olive Blvd/I-170 City of Olivette 2021-12-20 4.4 acres, Birdie Lane Subdivision, 9411 and 9415 Old Bonhomme Rd City of Olivette 2021-12-13 2.4 acres, The Oliver, 9473 Olive Blvd City of Olivette 2021-12-15 7.9 acres, Old Bonhomme School, 9661 Old Bonhomme Rd City of Richmond Heights 2021-12-16 8915 Eager Road City of Webster Groves 2021-08-19 630 S Elm City of Webster Groves 2021-08-10 630 S Elm City of Wildwood 2021-01-20 Main Street Crossing City of Wildwood 2021-04-21 Main Street Crossing City of Wildwood 2021-07-21 Main Street Crossing City of Wildwood 2021-10-21 Main Street Crossing City of Wildwood 2021-01-20 Villages of Bright Leaf City of Wildwood 2021-04-21 Villages of Bright Leaf 287 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance City of Wildwood 2021-07-21 Villages of Bright Leaf City of Wildwood 2021-10-21 Villages of Bright Leaf St. Louis County* 9/2/2021 1000 S ELAM AVE, ST. LOUIS, MO 63088-0000 St. Louis County* 9/3/2021 699 W OUTER RD, VALLEY PARK, MO 63088 St. Louis County* 1/25/2021 699 W OUTER RD, VALLEY PARK, MO 63088 St. Louis County* 5/5/2021 6483 HAWKINS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 7/9/2021 6252 OLSEN DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 11/17/2021 4409 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 9/30/2021 3009 DOUGLAS RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 3/8/2021 3009 DOUGLAS RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 8/17/2021 1607 - 1611 WESTPORT COVE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 5/11/2021 1607 - 1611 WESTPORT COVE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 2/5/2021 1607 - 1611 WESTPORT COVE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 8/27/2021 1030 WOODCREST TERRACE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63141 St. Louis County* 7/16/2021 1030 WOODCREST TERRACE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63141 St. Louis County* 4/22/2021 1030 WOODCREST TERRACE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63141 St. Louis County* 1/29/2021 1030 WOODCREST TERRACE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63141 St. Louis County* 1/6/2021 1030 WOODCREST TERRACE DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63141 St. Louis County* 11/10/2021 1050 DODGE DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/21/2021 1050 DODGE DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 1050 DODGE DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/21/2021 2650 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 11/2/2021 7603 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/24/2021 7603 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 9/23/2021 2050 FENTON LOGISTICS PK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 2050 FENTON LOGISTICS PK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/26/2021 2050 FENTON LOGISTICS PK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/17/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 3/1/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 610 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 288 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 2/3/2021 1141 MERAMEC STATION RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 2/4/2021 100 GLASHOP LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 7/16/2021 100 FRANKLIN RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 3/31/2021 100 FRANKLIN RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 10/28/2021 199 GRAVOIS BLUFFS PLAZA DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 11/8/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 5/7/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 9/23/2021 2060 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 2060 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 1 BROOKINGS DR, BLDG# 105 SAINT LOUIS, MO 63130 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 1 BROOKINGS DR, BLDG# 105 SAINT LOUIS, MO 63130 St. Louis County* 2/3/2021 1 BROOKINGS DR, BLDG# 105 SAINT LOUIS, MO 63130 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 10/18/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 4/19/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 4/19/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 4631 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 9/23/2021 2080 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 2080 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 2/1/2021 9825 HALLS FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 9/8/2021 2131 CHAMBERS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 6/9/2021 2131 CHAMBERS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 2/1/2021 2131 CHAMBERS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 11/5/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 11/3/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 1/20/2021 4800 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 9/23/2021 2110 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 2110 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/24/2021 1036 PERSHALL RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 289 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 9/24/2021 1036 PERSHALL RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 6/23/2021 1036 PERSHALL RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 6/9/2021 1036 PERSHALL RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 5/27/2021 7385 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 7385 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 5/27/2021 7499 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 7499 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 11/17/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/29/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 6/24/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 5/14/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 2/5/2021 4194 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 9/13/2021 4855 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/30/2021 4855 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 5/21/2021 4855 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 4855 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 9/23/2021 2055 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 2055 FENTON LOGISTICS PARK, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 4/7/2021 4036 BAYLESS AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/29/2021 4036 BAYLESS AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 4036 BAYLESS AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 10/25/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 8/13/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 4/12/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 3/9/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 2/22/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 2/19/2021 5491 N HIGHWAY 67 ST, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 290 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 2529 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 9/29/2021 2529 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 9/9/2021 2529 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 3/5/2021 2529 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/29/2021 2529 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 4/1/2021 1 SOCCER PARK DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/3/2021 5670 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 3/3/2021 5670 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 9/9/2021 7301 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/6/2021 7301 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 9/30/2021 15900 OLD JAMESTOWN RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 St. Louis County* 11/5/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 11/3/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 11/3/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 9/30/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 2/19/2021 685 PRIGGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 2/24/2021 14161 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 1/20/2021 14161 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 1471 DUNN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 12657 FEE FEE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 12657 FEE FEE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 10/11/2021 6252 OLSEN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 6/24/2021 6252 OLSEN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 6252 OLSEN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/27/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/24/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 7/9/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 291 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 2/5/2021 5114 MIDAMERICA PLZ, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 5/5/2021 4235 MIDAMERICA LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 4/1/2021 4235 MIDAMERICA LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 2/23/2021 4235 MIDAMERICA LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 2/4/2021 100 GLASHOP LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 6/22/2021 715 WEIDMAN RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 4528 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 9/7/2021 4528 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 8/13/2021 4528 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 7/7/2021 4528 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 3/3/2021 4528 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 4528 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 6901 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 6901 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 11/9/2021 1700 DERHAKE RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 2/1/2021 1700 DERHAKE RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 1700 DERHAKE RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 1700 DERHAKE RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 11/2/2021 5557 MILBURN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/11/2021 5557 MILBURN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/30/2021 5557 MILBURN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/5/2021 5557 MILBURN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 2/18/2021 5557 MILBURN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/2/2021 12800 CORPORATE HILL DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63131 St. Louis County* 6/21/2021 2300 HITZERT CT, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/15/2021 3 LAMBERT FIELD ST, BLDG# SAINT LOUIS, MO 63145 St. Louis County* 3/1/2021 3 LAMBERT FIELD ST, BLDG# SAINT LOUIS, MO 63145 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 3 LAMBERT FIELD ST, BLDG# SAINT LOUIS, MO 63145 St. Louis County* 10/4/2021 6455 FETH DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 8/11/2021 6455 FETH DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 292 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 6/11/2021 6455 FETH DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/10/2021 6455 FETH DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 9/24/2021 3930 EARTH CITY EXPY, EARTH CITY, MO 63045 St. Louis County* 9/1/2021 3930 EARTH CITY EXPY, EARTH CITY, MO 63045 St. Louis County* 8/12/2021 3930 EARTH CITY EXPY, EARTH CITY, MO 63045 St. Louis County* 4/12/2021 3930 EARTH CITY EXPY, EARTH CITY, MO 63045 St. Louis County* 1/21/2021 3930 EARTH CITY EXPY, EARTH CITY, MO 63045 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 1912 BOWLES AVE, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 1912 BOWLES AVE, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 3/24/2021 1912 BOWLES AVE, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 2/3/2021 1912 BOWLES AVE, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 11/16/2021 515 FRANRU LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 10/11/2021 515 FRANRU LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 3/3/2021 515 FRANRU LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/4/2021 515 FRANRU LN, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/4/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 5/21/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 4/19/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 1/6/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 3/24/2021 4725 MATTIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 3/24/2021 4725 MATTIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 11000 LINPAGE PL, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 3/1/2021 11000 LINPAGE PL, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 11/16/2021 6750 PAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 7/12/2021 6750 PAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 6/15/2021 6750 PAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 4/13/2021 6750 PAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 293 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 2/25/2021 6750 PAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 1/21/2021 6750 PAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 10/6/2021 2477 MARSHALL RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63122 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/20/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/23/2021 6727 HEEGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/28/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/1/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 8/18/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 7/1/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 5/14/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 3/29/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 2/24/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 1/27/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 12/17/2021 1108 SULPHUR SPRING RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 2295 HITZERT CT, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/21/2021 2295 HITZERT CT, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 2/10/2021 2295 HITZERT CT, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 10543 LACI<LAND RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63114 St. Louis County* 10/20/2021 10543 LACI<LAND RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63114 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 10543 LACI<LAND RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63114 St. Louis County* 7/12/2021 10543 LACI<LAND RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63114 St. Louis County* 3/1/2021 10543 LACI<LAND RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63114 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 9917 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 8/3/2021 9917 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 9917 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 9917 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/9/2021 9917 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 294 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 12/17/2021 1524 OCELLO DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 11/8/2021 1524 OCELLO DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 1524 OCELLO DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 5/20/2021 1524 OCELLO DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 4/1/2021 1524 OCELLO DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 1/25/2021 1524 OCELLO DR, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 10/18/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 8/19/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 5/27/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 4/19/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 3/3/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 2/10/2021 721 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 2900 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 2900 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 10/29/2021 318 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 10/18/2021 318 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 318 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 5/18/2021 318 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/29/2021 318 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 4435 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 4435 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 1/20/2021 4435 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/28/2021 1620 SMIZER MILL RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 1620 SMIZER MILL RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 4/6/2021 1620 SMIZER MILL RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 3/4/2021 1620 SMIZER MILL RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/11/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 295 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 4/7/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 1/6/2021 11298 SCHUETZ RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 655 ASSEMBLY PKWY, ST LOUIS, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 110 ENCHANTED PKWY, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 2/4/2021 12110 LUSHER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 8/19/2021 9735 GREEN PARK INDUSTRIAL DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 1/6/2021 9735 GREEN PARK INDUSTRIAL DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 8430 ALASKA ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 8/19/2021 8430 ALASKA ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 2/3/2021 8430 ALASKA ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 8/18/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 8/4/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 5/11/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 4/12/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 3/1/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 2/1/2021 12 MILLSTONE CAMPUS DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 368 STONEWALL DR, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 368 STONEWALL DR, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 2/12/2021 368 STONEWALL DR, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 8/27/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 5/24/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 11/8/2021 200 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 3/31/2021 200 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 11/8/2021 200 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 3/31/2021 200 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 6/25/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 6/23/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 6/9/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 296 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 4/12/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 3/9/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 1/21/2021 11040 LYDIA AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63137 St. Louis County* 3/1/2021 10042 NATURAL BRIDGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63134 St. Louis County* 1/26/2021 10042 NATURAL BRIDGE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63134 St. Louis County* 10/26/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 9/16/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 9/3/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 7/14/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 6/30/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 5/21/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 5/5/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 4/16/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 3/22/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 3/3/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 2/25/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 2/23/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 2/18/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 2/12/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 1/29/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 1/7/2021 5400 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 351 FOREST SUMMIT CT, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 8/27/2021 351 FOREST SUMMIT CT, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 6/11/2021 351 FOREST SUMMIT CT, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 3/29/2021 351 FOREST SUMMIT CT, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 351 FOREST SUMMIT CT, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/20/2021 6008 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/30/2021 6008 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 297 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 6/7/2021 6008 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 1/4/2021 6008 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/24/2021 5461 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/24/2021 5461 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/11/2021 5461 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 2/18/2021 5461 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 1/6/2021 5461 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/14/2021 625 MERAMEC STATION RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/1/2021 625 MERAMEC STATION RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 6/22/2021 625 MERAMEC STATION RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 3/29/2021 625 MERAMEC STATION RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 1/25/2021 625 MERAMEC STATION RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/14/2021 14401 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 10/4/2021 14401 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 6/22/2021 14401 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 5/25/2021 14401 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 3/29/2021 14401 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 14401 MANCHESTER RD, BALLWIN, MO 63011 St. Louis County* 9/20/2021 2855 DUNN RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 2/4/2021 2855 DUNN RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 7/12/2021 7379 PAGEDALE INDUSTRIAL CT, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 6/15/2021 7379 PAGEDALE INDUSTRIAL CT, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 4/13/2021 7379 PAGEDALE INDUSTRIAL CT, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 2/25/2021 7379 PAGEDALE INDUSTRIAL CT, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 1/21/2021 7379 PAGEDALE INDUSTRIAL CT, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63133 St. Louis County* 9/23/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 9/7/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 6/7/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 5/5/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 2/10/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 298 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 1/4/2021 3838 AVENUE F ST, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 655 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 655 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 655 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/21/2021 655 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 11/24/2021 1001 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/8/2021 1001 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 1001 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 1001 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/21/2021 1001 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 4/1/2021 1001 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/6/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 8/26/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 2/12/2021 586 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 9834 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/29/2021 9834 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/20/2021 9834 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/4/2021 9834 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 1/15/2021 1700 DERHAKE RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 11/9/2021 12200 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 9/30/2021 12200 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 12200 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 2/1/2021 12200 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63033 St. Louis County* 2/4/2021 2777 DUNN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 7/9/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 6/22/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 299 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 5/20/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 3/29/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 3/10/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 2/24/2021 1410 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 11/24/2021 801 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 801 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 801 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 5/20/2021 801 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/29/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 6/11/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 4/29/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 3/4/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 2/9/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 6/7/2021 7531 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 11/19/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 11/8/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 9/16/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 9/7/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 8/26/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 8/18/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 7/7/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 6/8/2021 8665 OLIVE BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63132 St. Louis County* 11/10/2021 950 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/15/2021 950 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/9/2021 950 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/21/2021 950 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 5/20/2021 950 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 4/1/2021 950 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 8/26/2021 10863 LAMBERT INTERNATIONAL BLVD, BLDG# BRIDGETON, MO 63044 300 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 1/8/2021 10863 LAMBERT INTERNATIONAL BLVD, BLDG# BRIDGETON, MO 63044 St. Louis County* 8/26/2021 1351 ANTIRE RD, HIGH RIDGE, MO 63049 St. Louis County* 6/17/2021 1351 ANTIRE RD, HIGH RIDGE, MO 63049 St. Louis County* 5/25/2021 1351 ANTIRE RD, HIGH RIDGE, MO 63049 St. Louis County* 5/7/2021 1351 ANTIRE RD, HIGH RIDGE, MO 63049 St. Louis County* 9/29/2021 3717 TREE COURT INDUSTRIAL BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63122 St. Louis County* 9/29/2021 3717 TREE COURT INDUSTRIAL BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63122 St. Louis County* 8/18/2021 3717 TREE COURT INDUSTRIAL BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63122 St. Louis County* 1/26/2021 3717 TREE COURT INDUSTRIAL BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63122 St. Louis County* 11/2/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 10/14/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 8/27/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 7/14/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 6/17/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 5/14/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 3/24/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 2/5/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 1/12/2021 10100 KENNERLY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63128 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 4/9/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 3/5/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/23/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/18/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/10/2021 8309 MACKENZIE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 222 STONEWALL DR, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 8/26/2021 222 STONEWALL DR, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 2/12/2021 222 STONEWALL DR, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 9/16/2021 4444 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 301 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 3/26/2021 4444 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 2/5/2021 4444 MERAMEC BOTTOM RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 11/4/2021 550 WEIDMAN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63131 St. Louis County* 10/4/2021 550 WEIDMAN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63131 St. Louis County* 9/9/2021 550 WEIDMAN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63131 St. Louis County* 8/25/2021 550 WEIDMAN RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63131 St. Louis County* 11/18/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 10/28/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 10/14/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 9/16/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 9/14/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 8/18/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 8/2/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 8/2/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 7/14/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 5/25/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 3/24/2021 5965 HORNEKER RD, PACIFIC, MO 63069 St. Louis County* 8/12/2021 1150 ROSS AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 8/12/2021 1150 ROSS AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 7/7/2021 1150 ROSS AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63146 St. Louis County* 9/29/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 2/9/2021 5000 S LINDBERGH BLVD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 3/4/2021 11520 GRAVOIS RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63126 St. Louis County* 9/7/2021 4530 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 8/13/2021 4530 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 7/7/2021 4530 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 2/10/2021 4530 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 4551 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/29/2021 4551 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 302 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 8/24/2021 4551 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/13/2021 5301 OLD BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 8/11/2021 5301 OLD BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 11/9/2021 11088 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 9/30/2021 11088 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 6/23/2021 11088 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 11088 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 5/21/2021 11088 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63136 St. Louis County* 11/4/2021 800 HOLLAND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/6/2021 800 HOLLAND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 8/18/2021 800 HOLLAND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 7/9/2021 800 HOLLAND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 4/30/2021 800 HOLLAND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/27/2021 10750 LAMBERT INTERNATIONAL BLVD, BLDG# 412 SAINT LOUIS, MO 63145 St. Louis County* 10/21/2021 10750 LAMBERT INTERNATIONAL BLVD, BLDG# 412 SAINT LOUIS, MO 63145 St. Louis County* 10/18/2021 10750 LAMBERT INTERNATIONAL BLVD, BLDG# 412 SAINT LOUIS, MO 63145 St. Louis County* 6/24/2021 4885 BAUMGARTNER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 10/25/2021 11792 LUSHER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 9/20/2021 11792 LUSHER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 3/29/2021 1230 BIG BEND RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/28/2021 401 ALLEN RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/30/2021 401 ALLEN RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/17/2021 401 ALLEN RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 5/25/2021 401 ALLEN RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 5/20/2021 401 ALLEN RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 5/10/2021 401 ALLEN RD, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 6/4/2021 3820 ULTRA COMP DR, EARTH CITY, MO 63045 St. Louis County* 10/25/2021 12385 LARIMORE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 5/27/2021 12385 LARIMORE RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63138 St. Louis County* 10/6/2021 760 LEWIS RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 303 Appendix BMP 49 MCM4 Inspections 2021 MCM 4 BMP Number 49, Co-permittee Reported Land Disturbance Inspections Co-permittee Inspection Date Area/Address of Land Disturbance St. Louis County* 8/27/2021 801 HANNA RD, BALLWIN, MO 63021 St. Louis County* 10/14/2021 11420 CONCORD VILLAGE AVE, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 11/8/2021 6870 BUSSEN RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 10/6/2021 6870 BUSSEN RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 6/17/2021 6870 BUSSEN RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 6/3/2021 6870 BUSSEN RD, EUREKA, MO 63025 St. Louis County* 10/11/2021 7603 TELEGRAPH RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63129 St. Louis County* 12/21/2021 6930 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 6930 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 10/4/2021 6930 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 8/19/2021 6930 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 7/7/2021 6930 WEBER RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 3618 LEMAY FERRY RD, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63125 St. Louis County* 11/23/2021 9768 GREEN PARK INDUSTRIAL DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 8/19/2021 9768 GREEN PARK INDUSTRIAL DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 7/13/2021 9768 GREEN PARK INDUSTRIAL DR, SAINT LOUIS, MO 63123 St. Louis County* 12/17/2021 750 ASSEMBLY PKWY, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 9/2/2021 950 BOLGER CT, FENTON, MO 63026 St. Louis County* 10/25/2021 16704 NEW HALLS FERRY RD, FLORISSANT, MO 63034 * See co-permittee questionnaire for individual sites details 304 Appendix BMP 50 MCM4 Enforcements Co-permittee Number of Informal Enforcements Number of Formal Enforcements Data Provided by St. Louis County under contract Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin 0 0 No - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors 0 0 No - 3 City of Bel -Ridge 0 0 Yes - 4 City of Berkeley 0 0 No - 5 City of Black Jack 0 0 Yes - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 0 0 Yes - 7 City of Brentwood 0 0 No New home construction sites & construction permit locations are inspected through Planning & Development staff on a routine basis and permit fees collected through this department as well. 8 City of Bridgeton 8 0 No - 9 City of Calverton Park 0 0 No - 10 City of Charlack 0 0 Yes - 11 City of Chesterfield 3 16 No - 12 City of Clarkson Valley 0 0 Yes - 13 City of Clayton 0 0 No - 14 City of Cool Valley 0 0 No - 15 City of Crestwood 4 0 No - 16 City of Creve Coeur 1 0 No 17 City of Dellwood 0 0 Yes We plan to get our Code Enforcement Officer and City Inspector more involved in this process. We will look for trainings and development opportunities for them. 18 City of Des Peres 0 0 No - 19 City of Ellisville 10 1 No - 20 City of Fenton 0 0 Yes - 21 City of Ferguson 0 0 No - 22 City of Florissant 0 0 No - 23 City of Frontenac 0 0 No - 24 City of Glendale 0 0 Yes - 25 City of Green Park 0 0 Yes - 26 City of Hazelwood 3 0 No - 27 City of Jennings 0 0 No - 28 City of Kirkwood 0 0 No - 29 City of Ladue 5 0 No - 30 City of Lakeshire 0 0 No - 31 City of Manchester 0 0 Yes - 32 City of Maryland Heights 0 0 No - 33 City of Moline Acres 0 0 No 34 City of Normandy 0 0 No The current plan is to hire a qualified PW Director who can effectively implement this 305 Appendix BMP 50 MCM4 Enforcements Co-permittee Number of Informal Enforcements Number of Formal Enforcements Data Provided by St. Louis County under contract Reported Comments 35 City of Northwoods 0 0 No 36 City of Oakland 0 0 No - 37 City of Olivette 2 0 No - 38 City of Overland 0 0 Yes - 39 City of Pagedale 0 0 Yes - 40 City of Richmond Heights 1 0 No - 41 City of Rock Hill 0 0 Yes - 42 City of Shrewsbury 0 0 No - 43 City of St. Ann 0 0 Yes - 44 City of St. John 0 0 Yes - 45 City of Sunset Hills 2 0 No - 46 City of Town & Country 0 0 No - 47 City of University City 0 0 Yes - 48 City of Valley Park 0 0 No - 49 City of Vinita Park 0 0 No - 50 City of Warson Woods 0 0 No - 51 City of Webster Groves 0 20 No - 52 City of Wildwood 1 1 No - 53 City of Winchester 0 0 No - 54 City of Woodson Terrace 0 0 Yes - 55 St. Louis County 11 9 Yes - 56 Town of Norwood Court 0 0 Yes - 57 Village of Bel -Nor 0 0 No - 58 Village of Hanley Hills 0 0 Yes Presently Hanley Hills' ordinances are being revised and we are in the process of finalizing an updated agreement with St. Louis County. Presently, all of our codes align with the St. Louis County Codes. Hanley Hills works closely with St. Louis County's Public Works Department, Code Enforcement Services Department and the Municipal Manager's office to ensure compliance in all areas. 59 Village of Marlborough 0 0 Yes - 60 Village of Riverview 0 0 No - 306 Appendix BMP 51 MCM5 Post -Construction Ordinance Co-permittee Ordinance Name and/or Number Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin Ordinance 2704,99-40,04-07,08-05 - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors Ordinance #2081 - 3 City of Bel -Ridge 2006- ord. 415.010 ord. - 4 City of Berkeley ORD: 4438 - 5 City of Black Jack Ordinance No. 941 - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills grd 1100 - 7 City of Brentwood Ordinance 4117 - 8 City of Bridgeton Ordinance #08-10 - 9 City of Calverton Park 662 - 10 City of Charlack Stream Buffer 08-0911 Tree preservation 405.145 - 11 City of Chesterfield Ordinance 2802 dated 7/21/2014 - Nuisances and Stormwater Management Facilities - 12 City of Clarkson Valley Post Construction 08-02 - 13 City of Clayton Ch 430 Stormwater Control Requirements Article 2 Post Construction Storm Water Control Article II Post Construction Storm Water Control : Ordinance No. 5965 §1 14 City of Cool Valley - - 15 City of Crestwood Ordinance 4100 Stream Buffer, Ordinance 3375 Landscaping, Ordinance 5174 Landscaping - 16 City of Creve Coeur Ordinances 5551 and 5685 (Chapter 425 Stormwater Regulations) - 17 City of Dellwood 1170 - 18 City of Des Peres Sec 420.030, Section 6-2, Section 6- - 19 City of Ellisville Ellisville Code of Ordinances Chapter 400.491 20 City of Fenton Title IV Zoning Ordinance 4185 - 21 City of Ferguson #Res2008-3349 - 22 City of Florissant - - 23 City of Frontenac Ord. 2011-1648 / Attachment B & F - 24 City of Glendale Chapter 468 Glendale Municipal Code - Stream Buffer Protection 25 City of Green Park Ordinance 445 - 26 City of Hazelwood 3911-07 Stream Buffer - 27 City of Jennings Ord. No. 2149 - 307 Appendix BMP 51 MCM5 Post -Construction Ordinance Co-permittee Ordinance Name and/or Number Reported Comments 28 City of Kirkwood Ordinance 9738: Amending zoning code for infill - 29 City of Ladue Ordinances #1951, #2148, and #2163 - 30 City of Lakeshire Ord 292009 - 31 City of Manchester Ordinance #'s 08-1852 & 09-1967 - 32 City of Maryland Heights Section 24-6.9 of the Municipal Code - 33 City of Moline Acres ORD 993 - 34 City of Normandy Normandy Ordinance #622 - 35 City of Northwoods 10-5 - 36 City of Oakland St. Louis County Code adopted by Section 515.020 of City Code 37 City of Olivette Stormwater Management Ord (Ord 2601) Grading Ordinance (Ord 551) - 38 City of Overland Admin. Policy requiring storm water consideration in design - 39 City of Pagedale - - 40 City of Richmond Heights Land Disturbance Code - Ordinance #4695 - 41 City of Rock Hill ORD 535 - 42 City of Shrewsbury Ord 2670 & 2743 - 43 City of St. Ann Ordinance No. 2801 - 44 City of St. John Ord. #'s 1146 and 1147 - 45 City of Sunset Hills Ordinance #1675, #1704 & #1712 - 46 City of Town & Country 415.100 - 47 City of University City To be developed. - 48 City of Valley Park 1473 - 49 City of Vinita Park none - 50 City of Warson Woods City Building code 500.227; zoning code 415.090 and 416; tree preservation code section 245 of City code. 51 City of Webster Groves Ordinance 8665 Storm water, Ordinance 8813 Stream Buffer - 52 City of Wildwood Ordinances 675, 1324 & 1488 - 53 City of Winchester Planned unified Development PUD 1009 6-8-2001 - 54 City of Woodson Terrace ORD 1725 - 308 Appendix BMP 51 MCM5 Post -Construction Ordinance Co-permittee Ordinance Name and/or Number Reported Comments 55 St. Louis County Ordinance Nos. 25,494, 23,553, 24,256, 26,111. - 56 Town of Norwood Court - - 57 Village of Bel Nor Ordinance 864 Bel -Nor Stream Buffer Protection Code - 58 Village of Hanley Hills Chapter 415: Stream buffer and Setting Standards Chapter 415 is monitored for compliance in the same manner as all ordiances and violators are penalized. 59 Village of Marlborough 08-451 - 60 Village of Riverview 07-26 - 309 Appendix BMP 57a MCM5 Pre -Construction Planning Co-permittee Ordinance Name and/or Number Implement MSD Site Design Guidance date April 17, 2009 Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin Site Design Guidance No - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors Ordinance #2128 No - 3 City of Bel -Ridge stream buffer protection Yes - 4 City of Berkeley ORD: 4438 Yes - 5 City of Black Jack N/A Yes - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 1127 Yes - 7 City of Brentwood Ordinance 4010 Yes - 8 City of Bridgeton Site Design Guidance Yes - 9 City of Calverton Park Construction Planning Yes - 10 City of Charlack Contract with county 515.140 Yes - 11 City of Chesterfield Policy PPW-073 Implementation of MSD Site Design Guidance Document Yes - 12 City of Clarkson Valley n/a Yes - 13 City of Clayton Storm Water Control Requirements, Article II Post Construction Storm Yes - 14 City of Cool Valley MSD Site Design Guidance Yes - 15 City of Crestwood Sediment and Erosion Control Manual No - 16 City of Creve Coeur Ordinances 1788, 1789, 2207, 5069, 5410, 5551, and 5685 Yes 17 City of Dellwood 1170 Yes - 18 City of Des Peres Anything over 1 acre requires MSD approval Yes - 19 City of Ellisville Ordinances 2769 & 3187 Yes - 20 City of Fenton Title IV Zoning Ordinance 4185 Yes 21 City of Ferguson #Res2008-3349 No - 22 City of Florissant Land Disturbance Permit Yes - 23 City of Frontenac Ord. 2011-1648 / Attachment B & F No - 24 City of Glendale B13-08 & B14-08 - County follows MSD site design Yes 25 City of Green Park Per St. Louis County Yes - 26 City of Hazelwood MSD Review Memo Yes - 27 City of Jennings Ord No. 2149 - 28 City of Kirkwood Ordinance 9738: Amending zoning code for infill Yes - 310 Appendix BMP 57a MCM5 Pre -Construction Planning Co-permittee Ordinance Name and/or Number Implement MSD Site Design Guidance date April 17, 2009 Reported Comments 29 City of Ladue Ordinances #1951, #2100, #2148, and #2163 No - 30 City of Lakeshire Ord 292009 - 31 City of Manchester Ordinance #'s 08-1852 & 09-1967 Yes - 32 City of Maryland Heights Ordinance 2009-3335 Stream Buffer Protection Yes - 33 City of Moline Acres ORD 993 Yes - 34 City of Normandy Land Disturbance/ Plan Design Application No - 35 City of Northwoods 10-5 No - 36 City of Oakland St. Louis County Code adopted by Section 515.020 of City Code Yes - 37 City of Olivette Ord 2601, 2541, 2370, 2387, 2609 Yes - 38 City of Overland N/A Yes City to update ordinances by December 31, 2022 39 City of Pagedale 0 No - 40 City of Richmond Heights Land Disturbance Code Ordinance #4695 No - 41 City of Rock Hill Municipal Zoning Approval For Permit Application Yes - 42 City of Shrewsbury Ord 2670 & 2743 No - 43 City of St. Ann MSD Site Design Guidance Yes - 44 City of St. John Ord. #907 Yes - 45 City of Sunset Hills Ordinance #1675, #1704 & #1712 and Internal City Policy Dated 5/5/09 Yes - 46 City of Town & Country 415.100 Yes - 47 City of University City To be developed. No Plan to forward legislation for approval after Commission review in 2022. 48 City of Valley Park MSD Site Design Yes - 49 City of Vinita Park None No - 50 City of Warson Woods City Zoning Code 415.090 Site Development Plan; Also Section 416 of City Zoning Code Yes 51 City of Webster Groves Ordinance 8665 Storm Water No - 311 Appendix BMP 57a MCM5 Pre -Construction Planning Co-permittee Ordinance Name and/or Number Implement MSD Site Design Guidance date April 17, 2009 Reported Comments 52 City of Wildwood Ordinances 675, 1324 & 1488 Yes - 53 City of Winchester 0 Stream Buffer 957 12 -12 - Yes - 54 City of Woodson Terrace ORD 1906 Yes - 55 St. Louis County MSD Site Design Guidance Yes - 56 Town of Norwood Court na Yes - 57 Village of Bel -Nor Ordinance 865 Regulations for Consideration of Storm Water Quality and Management in Site Design Yes - 58 Village of Hanley Hills Village of Hanley Hills Stream buffer Protection Yes - 59 Village of Marlborough Site Design Guidance Yes - 60 Village of Riverview Site Design Guidance Yes - 312 Appendix BMP 59 MCM6 Training Co-permittee Number Employees Trained Training Method Training Update Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin 26 By MSD Training Program Review 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors 5 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 3 City of Bel -Ridge 3 By MSD Training Program Updated - 4 City of Berkeley 1 By MSD Training Program Review - 5 City of Black Jack - In -House Training Program Not Updated - 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 0 By MSD Training Program Not Updated covid 7 City of Brentwood 15 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 8 City of Bridgeton 21 By MSD,In-House Training Program Review - 9 City of Calverton Park 1 Outsourced Training Program Updated - 10 City of Charlack 1 By MSD Training Program Review - 11 City of Chesterfield 71 By MSD Training Program Updated N/A. Training Programs are updated annually in accordance with Policy PPW-062 Training 12 City of Clarkson Valley 1 By MSD Training Program Updated - 13 City of Clayton 13 By MSD,In-House Training Program Review - 14 City of Cool Valley 1 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 15 City of Crestwood 12 By MSD Training Program Updated - 16 City of Creve Coeur 4 By MSD Training Program Review - 17 City of Dellwood 1 In -House Training Program Review MSD Project Clear Youtube videos were watched as educational tools for staff. 18 City of Des Peres 2 By MSD Training Program Review - 19 City of Ellisville 10 By MSD Training Program Review - 20 City of Fenton 10 In -House Training Program Updated - 21 City of Ferguson 12 In -House Training Program Updated 22 City of Florissant 0 By MSD Training Program Updated All of our current staff has gone through MSD training, new employees will be required to go through training 23 City of Frontenac 4 By MSD - - 24 City of Glendale 4 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 25 City of Green Park 1 By MSD Training Program Not Updated - 26 City of Hazelwood 11 By MSD Training Program Review - 27 City of Jennings 18 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 28 City of Kirkwood 25 By MSD Training Program Not Updated - 29 City of Ladue 10 By MSD Training Program Review - 30 City of Lakeshire 0 - - - 31 City of Manchester 14 By MSD Training Program Updated - 32 City of Maryland Heights 29 By MSD Training Program Updated - 33 City of Moline Acres 0 In -House (Skipped) - 34 City of Normandy 0 In -House Training Program Not Updated The current plan is to hire a qualified PW Director who can effectively implement the training program 35 City of Northwoods 3 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 36 City of Oakland 1 By MSD Training Program Not Updated - 37 City of Olivette 1 By MSD Training Program Not Updated - 38 City of Overland 15 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 39 City of Pagedale 0 By MSD Training Program Review - 40 City of Richmond Heights 15 By MSD,In-House Training Program Review - 41 City of Rock Hill 7 By MSD Training Program Review - 42 City of Shrewsbury 2 In -House Training Program Updated 43 City of St. Ann 5 In -House Training Program Review - 44 City of St. John 5 In -House Training Program Updated - 45 City of Sunset Hills 11 By MSD Training Program Review - 46 City of Town & Country 2 By MSD,In-House Training Program Review - 47 City of University City 10 By MSD Training Program Review - 48 City of Valley Park 16 In -House Training Program Review - 49 City of Vinita Park 0 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 50 City of Warson Woods 2 By MSD Training Program Not Updated - 51 City of Webster Groves 25 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 52 City of Wildwood 2 By MSD Training Program Updated - 53 City of Winchester 3 By MSD Training Program Review - 54 City of Woodson Terrace 5 By MSD Training Program Review - 55 St. Louis County 322 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 313 Appendix BMP 59 MCM6 Training Co-permittee Number Employees Trained Training Method Training Update Reported Comments 56 Town of Norwood Court 1 By MSD Training Program Review - 57 Village of Bel -Nor 1 In -House Training Program Review - 58 Village of Hanley Hills 3 By MSD Training Program Not Updated Hanley Hills has one full-time maintenance person supervised by the Public works Commissioner. The Village Clerk/Office Manager is the liaison between MSD and Hanley Hills. The maintenance staff, Public Works Commissioner all attended classes in 2021. 59 Village of Marlborough 2 In -House Training Program Not Updated - 60 Village of Riverview 0 - - - 314 Appendix BMP 61 MCM6 Inspections Co-permittee Inspection date Inspection Location Reported Comments * City of Ballwin 10/8/2021 200 Park Drive - City of Bellefontaine Neighbors Inspections are done monthly all year to ensure proper maintenance and also daily during high usage months at the facilities and parks. City of Bel -Ridge 2021-02-10 City PW shop - City of Bel -Ridge 2021-05-12 City PW shop - City of Bel -Ridge 2021-08-11 City PW shop - City of Bel -Ridge 2021-10-13 City PW shop - City of Berkeley 2021-01-06 6220 Washington (Tree Removal) - City of Berkeley 2021-02-22 6220 Washington (Debris Removal) - City of Berkeley 2021-07-21 6220 Washington (Overgrowth Removal) - City of Berkeley 2021-12-22 6220 Washington (Leaf Pickup) - City of Breckenridge Hills 2021-04-07 3112 Pasteur - City of Breckenridge Hills 2021-06-09 3112 Pasteur - City of Breckenridge Hills 2021-10-13 3112 Pasteur - City of Brentwood 2021-09-14 Public Works site at 8330 Manchester Road- inspected storage of materials and MO-DNR provided some recommendations to complete better site management, but overall City of Bridgeton 2021-06-04 Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex 13217 Ferguson Ln. This BMP was achieved. City of Bridgeton 2021-06-14 Bridgeton Government Center - 12355 Natural Bridge Rd. - City of Bridgeton 2021-07-06 Bridgeton Parks Maintenance Facility - 13159 Taussig Rd. - City of Bridgeton 2021-07-22 Bridgeton Street Department & Central Garage - 4015 Fee Fee Rd. City of Bridgeton 2021-08-03 Bridgeton Recreation Center & Aquatic Park - 4201 Fee Fee Rd. - City of Bridgeton 2021-09-03 Berry Hill Club House & Maintenance Building - 11919 Berry Hill Rd. City of Charlack 2021-05-19 City hall 8401 midland Charles Evola park 8542 Forest Public works Facilities 8451 Lackland - City of Chesterfield 2021-09-17 City Hall, PWF, CVAC, Edison Avenue Trailhead, Meditation Park, Central Park, Park Maint Facility, and Eberwein Park - City of Clayton 2021-01-01 3 rain gardens Shaw Park 27 S Brentwood Blvd, Clayton MO 63105 City of Cool Valley 2021-10-08 Public Works Building - City of Crestwood 2021-03-19 Spellman Park, P29286; Acorn, Oak Ridge, Sessions, P29767; 9353 Watson Industrial Park P31269 - City of Crestwood 2021-04-01 9846 Watson Road - City of Crestwood 2021-05-03 9846 Watson Road - City of Crestwood 2021-05-18 9846 Watson Road - City of Crestwood 2021-06-04 9846 Watson Road - City of Crestwood 2021-06-16 Spellman Park, P29286; Acorn, Oak Ridge, Sessions, P29767; 9353 Watson Industrial Park P31269 - City of Crestwood 2021-09-17 Spellman Park, P29286; Acorn, Oak Ridge, Sessions, P29767; 9353 Watson Industrial Park P31269 - 315 Appendix BMP 61 MCM6 Inspections Co-permittee Inspection date Inspection Location Reported Comments * City of Crestwood 2021-12-13 Spellman Park, P29286; Acorn, Oak Ridge, Sessions, P29767; 9353 Watson Industrial Park P31269 - City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-01-04 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-03-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-04-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-05-07 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) - City of Creve Coeur 2021-06-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-07-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) - City of Creve Coeur 2021-08-02 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) - City of Creve Coeur 2021-09-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) - City of Creve Coeur 2021-10-04 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-11-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) City of Creve Coeur 2021-12-01 Public Works Facility (996 Rue de la Banque Drive) - City of Des Peres 2021-12-21 Streets Garage 942 Des Peres Road City of Ellisville 2021-12-27 37 Weis Avenue, Police Facility - City of Ellisville 2021-12-27 1 Weis Avenue, City Hall Facility - City of Ellisville 2021-12-29 553 Old State Road, Public Works Facility - City of Ellisville 2021-12-29 239 Kiefer Creek Road, Park Maintenance Facility City of Ellisville 2021-12-29 225 Kiefer Creek Road, Park Administration Facility - City of Fenton 2021-08-13 All City owned facilities - City of Ferguson 2021-03-09 Inspection during routine mowing and maintenance City of Ferguson 2021-04-20 Inspection during routine mowing and maintenance - City of Ferguson 2021-05-19 Inspection during routine mowing and maintenance City of Ferguson 2021-06-22 Inspection during routine mowing and maintenance - City of Ferguson 2021-07-12 Inspection during routine mowing and maintenance City of Florissant We did not perform inspection this year; have inspection scheduled for early spring City of Glendale 2021-10-15 City of Glendale Public Works Complex 721 Bismark Ave, Glendale, MO 63122 316 Appendix BMP 61 MCM6 Inspections Co-permittee Inspection date Inspection Location Reported Comments * City of Hazelwood 2021-04-01 Missouri Bottom Road - Taussig Avenue to Tulip Tree Lane, Hazelwood Avenue - Frost Avenue to Pershall Road, Fee Fee Road -James S. McDonnell Boulevard to Chapel Ridge Drive, White Birch Bay Aquatic Center - 1186 Teson Road City of Hazelwood 2021-06-23 Missouri Bottom Road - Taussig Avenue to Tulip Tree Lane, Hazelwood Avenue - Frost Avenue to Pershall Road, Fee Fee Road -James S. McDonnell Boulevard to Chapel Ridge Drive, White Birch Bay Aquatic Center - 1186 Teson Road City of Hazelwood 2021-12-02 Missouri Bottom Road - Taussig Avenue to Tulip Tree Lane, White Birch Bay Aquatic Center - 1186 Teson Road - City of Hazelwood 2021-12-03 Hazelwood Avenue - Frost Avenue to Pershall Road, Fee Fee Road - James S. McDonnell Boulevard to Chapel Ridge Drive, City of Jennings 2/1/2021 Park and PW maintenance bldg - City of Jennings 8/1/2022 Park and PW maintenance bldg. - City of Kirkwood 2021-10-12 Facilities: 212 ?South Taylor, Kirkwood, MO 63122 - City of Kirkwood 2021-10-18 Public Works Facility -Streets, 345 South Fillmore - City of Kirkwood 2021-10-22 Water Dept; 351 South Fillmore - City of Kirkwood 2021-11-02 Public Works Facility -Sanitation, 345 South Fillmore City of Kirkwood 2022-01-21 Public Works Facilitiy: Fleet; 345 South Fillmore - City of Kirkwood 2022-01-27 Parks; 345 South Fillmore - City of Kirkwood 2022-01-27 Parks; 614 West Adams - City of Ladue 2021-06-01 Ladue Public Works Maintenance Facility including Fleet Maintenance Buildings, Storage Yard, Salt Dome - City of Manchester 2021-03-31 Maintenance BMP 200 Highlands Blvd, 63011, P- 27530-00 Area 6 City of Manchester 2021-06-24 Maintenance BMP 200 Highlands Blvd, 63011, P- 27530-00 Area 6 City of Manchester 2021-09-30 Maintenance BMP 200 Highlands Blvd, 63011, P- 27530-00 Area 6 - City of Manchester 2021-12-15 Maintenance BMP 200 Highlands Blvd, 63011, P- 27530-00 Area 6 City of Maryland Heights 2021-11-04 2715 Fee Fee Road, Public Works Operations Facility - City of Normandy - - The current plan is to hire a qualified PW Director who can effectively implement this program City of Overland 2021-12-03 Overland Street Garage- 1602 Riddle Court - City of Richmond Heights 2021-12-10 City Hall - 317 Appendix BMP 61 MCM6 Inspections Co-permittee Inspection date Inspection Location Reported Comments * City of Richmond Heights 2021-12-10 Public Safety (Police and Fire) - City of Richmond Heights 2021-12-10 The Heights (Community Center) - City of Richmond Heights 2021-12-10 Parks and Public Works Shop and Maintenance Yard City of Shrewsbury 1/6/2021 City Hall - City of Shrewsbury 1/6/2021 Pool City of Shrewsbury 1/6/2021 Public Works City of Shrewsbury 1/6/2021 Fire Dept City of St. Ann 2021-05-04 St. Ann Park - City of St. Ann 2021-05-04 Tiemeyer Park - City of St. Ann 2021-05-04 St. Ann Golf Course - City of St. Ann 2021-05-04 St. Ann Public Services Maintenance Yard - City of St. John 2021-10-01 8620 Bristol - City of Sunset Hills 2021-02-05 City BMP Inspections: Sunset Ford, Middlewood Court, Sappington Barracks, Community Center & Aquatic Center - City of Sunset Hills 2021-06-16 Annual City Wide Culvert Inspections; Culverts are also inspected regularly throughout the year. - City of Sunset Hills 2021-06-23 Municipal Campus; Maintenance Yard, Salt Dome; City Garage - City of Town & Country 2021-01-29 1011 Municipal Center Drive - City of Town & Country 2021-01-29 Salt Mill Road - City of Town & Country 2021-01-29 13525 Clayton Road - City of University City - - Bi-monthly inspections are conducted of municipal operations to maintain compliance with the written plan. City of Warson Woods N/A. No applicable facilities to inspect; no maintenance BMPs N/A. No applicable facilities to inspect; no maintenance BMPs City of Webster Groves 2021-12-22 City of Webster Groves Municipal Facilities Service Center City of Wildwood 2021-01-20 Wildwood City Hall - City of Wildwood 2021-04-09 Pond -Grover Parkway - City of Wildwood 2021-04-21 Wildwood City Hall - City of Wildwood 2021-04-21 Manchester Streetscape Phase 2 - City of Wildwood 2021-07-21 Wildwood City Hall - City of Wildwood 2021-07-21 Manchester Streetscape Phase 2 - City of Wildwood 2021-10-21 Wildwood City Hall - City of Wildwood 2021-10-21 Manchester Streetscape Phase 2 - City of Wildwood 2022-01-21 Manchester Streetscape Phase 2 - City of Winchester 2021-01-01 lx per month, every month a street tour inspection is completed. City of Winchester 2021-01-02 Reber Park and Playground inspections are completed weekly. - City of Winchester 2021-03-01 Maintenance Garage inspection is done quarterly. City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-02 Town Hall - 9351 Guthrie Ave - City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-02 City Hall - 4323 Woodson Rd - City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-03 Police Department - 4305 Woodson Rd - City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-03 Community Center - 4301 Calvert Ave - City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-03 Pool - 4301 Calvert Ave - City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-03 Public Works - 4301 Calvert - City of Woodson Terrace 2021-06-04 Public Works - 9648 Ambro Ave - 318 Appendix BMP 61 MCM6 Inspections Co-permittee Inspection date Inspection Location Reported Comments * St. Louis County 2021-06-03 FLEET DIST. 1 4050 SEVEN HILLS DR. 63033 St. Louis County 2021-06-07 PARKS OPS TRADES COMPOUND 247 CCC ROAD 63125 St. Louis County 2021-06-10 TRAFFIC OPS BLDG. 2688 ADIE ROAD 63043 St. Louis County 2021-06-10 DOT DIST 3 16099 RUCK ROAD St. Louis County 2021-06-14 LAUMEIER SCULPTURE PARK 12580 ROTT ROAD St. Louis County 2021-06-14 NORTH COUNTY REC. COMPLEX 2577 REDMAN ROAD 63136 St. Louis County 2021-06-14 ST VINCENT COMMUNITY CTR. 7335 ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD St. Louis County 2021-06-14 PAVILION AT LEMAY 305 GREGG ROAD. St. Louis County 2021-06-15 FAUST PARK 1145 HENRY JACKSON 63017 St. Louis County 2021-06-15 GREENSFELDER REC. COMPLEX 550 WEIDMAN ROAD 63011 St. Louis County 2021-06-16 JEFFERSON BARRACKS MAINT. 251 CY ROAD St. Louis County 2021-06-18 AFFTON COMMUNITY CTR. 9801 MCKENZIE ROAD 63123 St. Louis County 2021-06-23 KENNEDY REC. COMPLEX 6050 WELLS ROAD St. Louis County 2021-07-09 DOT FLEET MGMT 2500 DRILLING SERVICE DRIVE St. Louis County 2021-08-10 DOT DIST 2 11201 SCHAEFFER DR 63043 - St. Louis County 2021-08-25 DOT DIST 5 555 CLIFF CAVE ROAD 63129 St. Louis County 2021-08-30 DOT DIST. 1 4050 SEVEN HILLS DRIVE 63033 St. Louis County 2021-09-01 DOT DIST 4 10996 KOHS LANE 63123 Village of Bel -Nor 2021-08-11 Bel -Nor City Hall Village of Marlborough 2021-03-15 7826 Wimbledon Drive 319 Appendix BMP 63 MCM6 BMPs 2021 MCM 6 BMP Number 63, Co-permittee BMPs (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) at Municipal Facilities and Roadways Co-permittee Plan Area BMP Location and Description (e.g., maintenance building and park) BMP Description (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) City of Bridgeton Bio-Retention #1 - Bridgeton Recreation Center Bio-Retention Basin City of Bridgeton Detention Pond #1 - Bridgeton Recreation Center Detention Pond City of Bridgeton Bio-Retention #2 - Bridgeton Recreation Center Bio-Retention Basin City of Bridgeton Detention Pond #2 - Bridgeton Recreation Center Detention Pond City of Bridgeton Permeable Pavers - Parking Lot of Bridgeton Government Center Permeable Pavers City of Bridgeton Permeable Sidewalks - Fee Fee Road Permeable Sidewalks City of Bridgeton Bio-Retention Basin - Fee Fee Road Bio-Retention Basin City of Chesterfield Chesterfield Athletic Complex - near Admin Building Two Pre-treatment and infiltration basins for stormwater - see City of Chesterfield Stormewater Facilities BMP Maintenance Inspection Manual last updated July 2021. That Manual covers each BMP listed in detail. City of Chesterfield Eberwein Park Four bioretention basins for stormwater City of Chesterfield Appalachian Trail - Olive Boulevard to Beaver Creek Drive Eight swales and infiltration trenches along roadway City of Chesterfield Parking Lot for Monarch -Chesterfield Levee Trail near Edison Avenue Pervious Asphalt Parking Lot City of Chesterfield Chesterfield City Hall Four retention basins and dry swales for stormwater City of Chesterfield Greentrails Drive South - Ladue Road to White Road Eight dry swales for stormwater City of Chesterfield Lydia Hill Drive near Riparian Trail Hydrodynamic Separator City of Chesterfield Schoettler Road Bridge Three Bioretention basins for stormwater City of Chesterfield Schoettler Road - Clayton to Georgetown Two hydrodynamic separators City of Clayton Shaw Park Three Rain Gardens City of Crestwood 1050 Spellman, park Retention pond, permeable pavement City of Crestwood 511 Acorn, roadway Infiltration basin City of Crestwood Acorn 524, roadway Infiltration structure City of Crestwood 931 Oakridge, roadway Infiltration structure City of Crestwood 601 Sessions, roadway Infiltration structure City of Crestwood 9353 Watson Industrial Park, facility detention basin, infiltration basin, permeable pavement City of Creve Coeur Creve Coeur Police Department Rain gardens and permeable pavers in parking lot City of Des Peres Harwood Park Raingarden City of Des Peres Pioneer Park Bioswale City of Des Peres Des Peres Park Bioswales and permeable paver parking lot City of Ellisville Bluebird Park Aquatic Center Bioretention Basins Bioretention basins City of Ellisville Rojean Drive Street Improvement Bioretention Bioretention basin City of Ellisville Wolff Lane Street Improvement Bioretention Bioretention basin City of Fenton Gravois Rd Bridge 2- Hydrodynamic Separators City of Fenton 311 Center St Rain Garden City of Fenton 311 Center St. Hydrodynamic Separator City of Fenton Gravois Rd from Highway 141 to Gravois Rd Bridge Amended Soils City of Fenton Larkin Williams Rd from Yarnell to Wolfner Dr. Amended Soils City of Hazelwood Missouri Bottom Road - Taussig Avenue to Tulip Tree Lane Dry swale City of Hazelwood Hazelwood Avenue - Frost Avenue to Pershall Road Dry swales 320 Appendix BMP 63 MCM6 BMPs 2021 MCM 6 BMP Number 63, Co-permittee BMPs (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) at Municipal Facilities and Roadways Co-permittee Plan Area BMP Location and Description (e.g., maintenance building and park) BMP Description (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) City of Hazelwood Fee Fee Road - James S. McDonnell Boulevard to Chapel Ridge Drive Rain gardens City of Hazelwood White Birch Bay Aquatic Center - 1186 Teson Road Dry swale City of Ladue Warson Road, Hydrodynamic Seperator Centennial Trail; bio-swales, filter swales City of Manchester Paul Schroeder City Park Rain Garden City of Manchester Henry Avenue Improvements Project- MSD Project No. P003087400 Amended soils right-of-way backfill City of Maryland Heights Government Center Biobasin City of Maryland Heights Driftwood Lane Amended soils in treelawn area City of Maryland Heights McKelvey Woods Court Three bio basins City of Maryland Heights McKelvey Woods Trail Bio basin and sheet flow to buffer City of Maryland Heights Progress Parkway Detention/bio basin City of Oakland city park rain garden City of Olivette Olivette City Center Permeable pavers, rain gardens and plantings City of Olivette Old Bonhomme and Dielman Road restoration projects Tree lawns constructed with amended soils City of Richmond Heights 7919 Jones Avenue - Public Works Maintenance Yard Rain Garden City of Richmond Heights 7997 Elinor Avenue 0 Public Works Shop Rain Garden City of Richmond Heights Dale Avenue - Laclede to Boland Pervious Concrete City of Sunset Hills Sappington Barracks Road - Ditch Highway 30 - Oleander Sunset Hills, MO 63127 Grass Channel with 18 Segments City of Sunset Hills Sunset Hills Community and Aquatic Center 3939 S Lindbergh Blvd Sunset Hills, MO 63127 Surface Detention Basin Cell Biodetention Basin Forebay City of Wildwood Wildwood City Hall Various Rain gardens and permeable pavement City of Wildwood Manchester Streetscape Phase 2 various rain gardens St. Louis County Grants View along Musick Avenue Road (P-0029685-02) Amended Soil BMP, attached photos # 6980 & 6974. St. Louis County Delmar at Dumbarton - Road (P-0029758-00) Amended Soil BMP, attached photos # 3523 & 3524. St. Louis County Old Jamestown Road near Trail Bend Road (P-0030928-00) Amended Soil BMP, attached photos # 3549 & 3550. 321 Appendix BMP 64 Deicing Co- ermittee Number of Storm Events Salt Applied (tons) Salted Lanes (miles) Alternative Approach* Reported Comments 1 City of Ballwin 12 1193.83 3156 Brine - 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors 5 97 260 - - 3 City of Bel -Ridge 10 73.3 573 mixing sand with rock salt - 4 City of Berkeley 4 - - - - 5 City of Black Jack 6 120 41 - added 41 lane miles - MSD 6 City of Breckenridge Hills 5 47.5 380 - - 7 City of Brentwood 12 256 2,974 - About 172 lbs of salt per lane mile calculated which is below the goal of 200 lbs salt/lane mile. 8 City of Bridgeton 9 1,247 4,301 Calcium Chloride was applied below freezing conditions. This BMP was achieved. 9 City of Calverton Park 7 32.5 105 - - 10 City of Charlack 9 32.4 72 - - 11 City of Chesterfield 9 1821 13,024 Calcium Chloride is used in conjunction with salt to reduce bounce and increase effectiveness. 12 City of Clarkson Valley - - - - - 13 City of Clayton 10 247.5 1,650 We also use liquid calcium for - 14 City of Cool Valley 5 14 34.5 - - 15 City of Crestwood 12 764.83 3480 - - 16 City of Creve Coeur 9 519.2 3062 The City mixes a magnesium chloride product called Ice Ban with rock salt. This mixture holds to the pavement better than plain salt. We also use calcium chloride as a salt pre- treatment. 17 City of Dellwood 1 32 196 Sand is the alternative deicing approach for us due to its availability if needed. - 18 City of Des Peres 8 556 1472.5 Salt sprayed with calcium chloride at the spinner during lower temperatures. A brine making and application system was purchased in 2021 but we did not have an opportunity to use it. It will be utilized going forward to further reduce our salt usage. No. Newer employees need more training. Additional calibration tweaks need to be made. Also, the salt usage is calculated per lane mile. The figures are higher because parking lots are not calculated separately. 19 City of Ellisville 10 1025.04 3088.2 - - 20 City of Fenton 5 236.75 1131 - - 21 City of Ferguson 2 491 2070 - - 22 City of Florissant 12 1156 4676 Salt brine used up to 72 hours before storm with proper weather conditions. - 23 City of Frontenac 12 67.7 459 - - 24 City of Glendale 8 347 891 Calcium chloride is applied to the salt to improve effectiveness and thus use less salt. 322 Appendix BMP 64 Deicing Co- ermittee Number of Storm Events Salt Applied (tons) Salted Lanes (miles) Alternative Approach* Reported Comments 25 City of Green Park 12 304 486.5 Heavier application on certain steep hills and bridges prone to icing - a very small portion of total network 26 City of Hazelwood 10 1286.45 5484 - - 27 City of Jennings 5 126 1380 Continue with brine if no rain occurrence 28 City of Kirkwood 10 1008.89 5208 Calcium chloride applied as needed 29 City of Ladue 8 418 2743 Brine is applied when the event will start as snow or sleet. If the weather is planned to start as rain, Brine is not utilized as it will wash away. On the City campus sidewalks, magnesium chloride is utilized. Ladue is compliant 30 City of Lakeshire 7 23.1 57.4 - - 31 City of Manchester 8 1,018 8,906 - - 32 City of Maryland Heights 10 1,547.58 7,817.30 - - 33 City of Moline Acres 4 11 89 - - 34 City of Normandy 1 Unknown, proper records were not kept or cannot be found Unknown, proper records were not kept or cannot be found - There was a lot of organizational/administrative turmoil and turnover in the city the past year. Moving forward the city will fill the position of PW Director with an experienced professional. 35 City of Northwoods 1-2 4 27 - - 36 City of Oakland - - - - - 37 City of Olivette 9 336 971.4 - - 38 City of Overland 8 409 2003.4 - - 39 City of Pagedale 0 6 42 - - 40 City of Richmond Heights 10 186 333 Salt Brine before the storm as pretreatment. 41 City of Rock Hill 10 244 327 - - 42 City of Shrewsbury 14 177 420 - - 43 City of St. Ann 8 542.5 4382.2 - - 44 City of St. John 9 140.36 410 - - 45 City of Sunset Hills 16 559.66 4535.7 - 46 City of Town & Country 9 413 1620 - - 47 City of University City - - - - Please see attachment. 48 City of Valley Park 7 - - - see attached report 49 City of Vinita Park 1 12 30 - 50 City of Warson Woods 6 52 176 - - 51 City of Webster Groves 8 980.5 4791.3 - - 52 City of Wildwood 9 1380 4510 - - 53 City of Winchester 10 56.5 130 Incline & intersections are treated differently in terms of quantity. Two tons of salt per lane mile. 54 City of Woodson Terrace 10 107.5 777 - - 55 St. Louis County 9 14539 42290 - - 323 Appendix BMP 64 Deicing Co- ermittee Number of Storm Events Salt Applied (tons) Salted Lanes (miles) Alternative Approach* Reported Comments 56 Town of Norwood Court - - - - - 57 Village of Bel -Nor 8 59 286 - - 58 Village of Hanley Hills 1 N/A N/A - - 59 Village of Marlborough 5 10 21 - 60 Village of Riverview - 0 0 - No salt applied in 2021. Old spreaders did not work. New spreaders received end of 2021 * refer to co-permittee questionnaire for addiitional information 324 Appendix Contacts As of December 31, 2021 First Name ' Last Name Title Address Address WorkPhone 1 City of Ballwin Jim Link Director of Public Works 200 Park Drive Ballwin MO 63011 (636) 207- 2347 2 City of Bellefontaine Neighbors Jeff Ross Street Department Director 9641 Bellefontaine Neighbors Bellefontaine Neighbors MO 63137 (314) 867-0076 3 City of Bel -Ridge Cary Herndon Public Works Supervisor 8920 Natural Bridge Road Bel -Ridge MO 63121 (314) 267-6846 4 City of Berkeley Keith White Superintendent 8425 Airport Road Berkeley MO 63134 314) 400- 3780 5 City of Black Jack Kittrel Braselman Director of Public Works 12500 Old Jamestown Road Black Jack MO 63033 (314) 355-0400 6 City of Breckenridge Hills George Mudd Building Inspector 9623 St. Charles Rock Road Breckenridge Hills MO 63114 (314) 427-6868 7 City of Brentwood Dan Gummersheimer Director of Public Works 2348 S. Brentwood Blvd. Brentwood MO 63144 (314) 963-8643 8 City of Bridgeton Robert Gunn Director of Public Works 12355 Natural Bridge Road Bridgeton MO 63044 (314) 739-7665 9 City of Calverton Park James Paunovich Mayor 52 Young Drive Calverton Park MO 63135 (314) 524-1212 10 City of Charlack Peter Daub Director of Public Works 8401 Midland Charlack MO 63114 (314) 427-4715 11 City of Chesterfield James Eckrich PW Director/City Engineer 690 Chesterfield Parkway West Chesterfield MO 63017 (636) 537-4764 12 City of Clarkson Valley Michele McMahon City Clerk 15933 Clayton Rd, Ste 105 Clarkson Valley MO 63011 (636) 227-8607 13 City of Clayton Spencer Litteken Civil Engineer 10 N. Bemiston Clayton MO 63105 (314) 290-8575 14 City of Cool Valley Deborah Jones City Clerk 100 Signal Hill Drive Cool Valley MO 63121 (314) 521-3500 15 City of Crestwood James Gillam Director of Public Works 1 Detjen Drive Crestwood MO 63126 (314) 729-4722 16 City of Creve Coeur Matt Wohlberg City Engineer 300 North New Ballas Road Creve Coeur MO 63141 (314) 442-2084 17 City of Dellwood Marvin Crumer Public Services Director 10266 West Florissant Dellwood MO 63135 (314) 869-8686 18 City of Des Peres Stephen Meyer Director of Public Works 12325 Manchester Des Peres MO 63131 (314) 835-6130 19 City of Ellisville Michael Hartwig City Engineer 1 Weis Avenue Ellisville MO 63011 (636) 227-9660 20 City of Fenton Dan Howard Director of Public Works 625 New Smizer Mill Fenton MO 63026 (636) 349-8155 21 City of Ferguson Donald Boyce Director of Public Works 110 Church St. Ferguson MO 63135 (314) 524-4721 22 City of Florissant Tom Goldkamp Civil Engineer 955 Rue St. Francois Florissant MO 63031 (314) 839-7643 23 City of Frontenac Jeff Wappelhorst Director of Public Works 10555 Clayton Road Frontenac MO 63131 (314) 994-0646 24 City of Glendale Ben DeClue City Administrator 424 N. Sappington Road Glendale MO 63122 (314) 965-3600 25 City of Green Park James Mello City Administrator 11100 Mueller Road, Suite 6 Green Park MO 63123 (314) 894-7336 26 City of Hazelwood Nikki Miller Project Development Coordinator 415 Elm Grove Lane Hazelwood MO 63042 (314)513-5031 27 City of Jennings Jim Maixner Director of Public Works Streets & Parks 2120 Hord Avenue Jennings MO 63136 (314) 381-7184 325 Appendix Contacts As of December 31, 2021 First Name I Last Name Title Address Address ' WorkPhone 28 City of Kirkwood Richard Holesinger Assistant City Engineer 139 S. Kirkwood Road Kirkwood MO 63122 (314) 822-5819 29 City of Ladue Anne Lamitola Director of Public Works 9345 Clayton Ladue MO 63124 (314) 993-5665 30 City of Lakeshire Tim Seher Mayor 10000 Puttington Drive Lakeshire MO 63123 (314) 605-3578 31 City of Manchester Dave Pracht Director of Public Works 14318 Manchester Road Manchester MO 63011 (636) 227-1385 32 City of Maryland Heights Cliff Baber Director of Public Works 11911 Dorsett Road Maryland Heights MO 63043 (314) 738-2258 33 City of Moline Acres Dennis DeShay Public Works Director 2449 Chambers Road Moline Acres MO 63136 (314) 868-2433 34 City of Normandy Regina Fitzgerald Director of Public Works 7700 Natural Bridge Normandy MO 63121 (314) 267-3695 35 City of Northwoods Denise Griffan City Administrator 4600 Oakridge Blvd. Northwoods MO 63121 (314) 385-8000 36 City of Oakland Deborah LeMoine City Administrator P.O. Box 220511 Oakland MO 63122 (314) 416-0026 37 City of Olivette Bruce McGregor Director of Public Works 1200 North Price Road Olivette MO 63132 (314) 993-0252 38 City of Overland Jason McConachie City Administrator 9119 Lackland Overland MO 63114 (314) 952-1952 39 City of Pagedale Keith Harvey Public Works Director 1420 Ferguson Pagedale MO 63133 (314) 657-7301 40 City of Richmond Heights Chris Boyd Director of Public Works 7997 Elinor Avenue Richmond Heights MO 63117 (314) 655-3670 41 City of Rock Hill Katy Nieman Director of Parks & Recreation 827 N. Rock Hill Road Rock Hill MO 63119 (314) 561-4304 42 City of Shrewsbury Tony Wagner Public Works Superintendent 5200 Shrewsbury Shrewsbury MO 63119 (314) 645-7441 43 City of St. Ann Ryan Meyer Director of Public Services 10405 St. Charles Rock Road St. Ann MO 63074 (314) 423-2917 44 City of St. John James Phillips Director of Public Works 8944 St. Charles Rock Road St. John MO 63114 (314) 427-8700 45 City of Sunset Hills Bryson Baker Director of Public Works 3939 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Sunset Hills MO 63127 (314) 849-3400 46 City of Town & Country Michael Zeltmann Public Works Director 1011 Municipal Center Drive Town & Country MO 63131 (314) 587-5824 47 City of University City Sinan Alpaslan Director of Public Works 6801 Delmar University City MO 63130 (314) 505-8572 48 City of Valley Park Gerald Martin Director of Public Works 320 Benton Street Valley Park MO 63088 (636) 225-8930 49 City of Vinita Park Steve White Public Works Director 8374 Midland Blvd. Vinita Park MO 63114 (314) 428-7373 50 City of Warson Woods Kathy Mahany City Engineer 10015 Manchester Warson Woods MO 63122 (314) 965-3100 51 City of Webster Groves Travis Ham Building Commissioner 4 East Lockwood Webster Groves MO 63119 (314) 963-5317 52 City of Wildwood Dan Rahn Assistant City Engineer 16860 Main St. Wildwood MO 63040 (636) 405-2024 53 City of Winchester Barbara Beckett City Administrator 109 Lindy Blvd. Winchester MO 63021 (636) 391-0600 54 City of Woodson Terrace Doug Zaiz Director of Public Works 4323 Woodson Road Woodson Terrace MO 63134 (314) 427-2600 326 Appendix Contacts As of December 31, 2021 City First Name Last Name Title Address Address ' WorkPhone 55 St. Louis County John Shrewsbury Program Manager 1050 Lindbergh St. Louis MO 63132 (314) 615-8637 56 Town of Norwood Court Terri Marshall Chairperson, Board of Trustees 7600 Lammert Lane St. Louis MO 63121 (314) 495-5471 57 Village of Bel -Nor William Hook Mayor 8416 Natural Bridge Road Bel -Nor MO 63121 (314)382-5786 58 Village of Hanley Hills Dorothy Matthews Village Clerk/Office Administrator 7713 Utica Drive Hanley Hills MO 63133 (314) 725-0909 59 Village of Marlborough Joy Drennan Village Administrator 7826 Wimbledon Drive Marlborough MO 63119 (314) 962-5055 60 Village of Riverview Dan Fraley Street Department Supervisor 9699 Lilac Drive Riverview MO 63137 (314) 868-0700 61 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Jason Peterein Engineering, Program Manager 10 East Grand Avenue St. Louis MO 63147 (314) 436-8714 327 IC EDUCA PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT POST -CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT LOUIS COUNTY PHASE II STORMWATER MANAGEMENT P AN May 2021 ICIT DISCHAR DETECTION CONTROLS PREVENTION THIRD TERM PERMIT 2017-2021 BMP EVALUATION REPORT Contents Contact Information 1 Background 1 Co-Permittee Information 2 Stormwater Program Effectiveness Review and BMP Iterative Process Summary 2 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 1, Public Education and Outreach of Stormwater Impacts (MCM1) 5 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 2, Public Involvement and Participation (MCM2) 27 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 3, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (MCM3) 36 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 4, Construction Site Stormwater Runoff Control (MCM4) 49 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 5, Post -Construction Stormwater Management in New Development and Redevelopment (MCM5) 55 Minimum Control Measure Number 6, Pollution Prevention Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations (MCM6) 62 Appendix A, St. Louis County SWMP Co-permittees 68 Appendix B, St. Louis County SWMP Co-permittees Contact Information 69 Appendix C, St. Louis County SWMP BMP Tables 70 Appendix D, St. Louis County SWMP BMP 6 Public Survey and Bacteria and Nutrient Best Management Practice Strategy Review Report 87 1 Contact Information The person primarily responsible for the SWMP is the MSD Program Manager for Environmental Compliance Programs. Contact information is as follows: Jason Peterein, P.E. Program Manager — Environmental Compliance Programs Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Phone: (314) 436-8714 / Email: jtpete@stlmsd.com Secondary Contact: Roland Biehl Environmental Specialist Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Phone: (314) 436-8715 / Email: rabieh(cstlmsd.com Background On December 14, 2016, the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer, St. Louis County, and 59 St. Louis County Municipalities were issued a General State Operating Permit MO - R040005 for the MSD Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System. This permit is required by the Federal Clean Water Pollution Control Act and was issued by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR). The permit's facility name is "MSD Small MS4 Co -Permit." Each co-permittee is listed in Appendix A. This permit requires municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) to implement best management practices (BMPs) via an iterative process to reduce the discharge of pollutants into MS4 to the maximum extent practicable (MEP) for the goal of attainment with Missouri's Water Quality Standards. To meet this requirement, MS4s must develop a stormwater management plan (SWMP) that implements the permit's requirements for the following six minimum control measures: 1. Public Education and Outreach 2. Public Participation and Involvement 3. Illicit Discharge and Elimination 4. Construction Site Runoff Control 5. Post -Construction Runoff Control 6. Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping 1 Co-Permittee Information MSD is recognized as the coordinating authority of the SWMP under the St. Louis Metropolitan Small MS4 Stormwater Permit, MO -R040005. Each co-permittee has been assigned responsibility for specific BMPs to comply with the six MCMs related to their governmental purpose. For example, • Public Education and Outreach (MCM 1) on stormwater impacts and Public Involvement and Participation (MCM 2) can best be coordinated by the MSD, with specific tasks performed with municipal support. • Since MSD already has responsibility to operate and maintain the separate storm sewer systems in the county, it carries the bulk of the responsibility to comply with the requirements of MCM 3, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination. • St. Louis County and municipalities, who operate land disturbance programs, are largely responsible for implementing BMPs to control pollution from land disturbance activities and compliance with MOM 4 requirements. • For MCM 5, because MSD is the recognized continuing authority for public sewer extensions within its jurisdictional boundaries and has overall plan review responsibilities for stormwater management, it is responsible for post - construction structural BMPs. St. Louis County and municipalities, who maintain land use and zoning authority, are responsible for implementing post -construction nonstructural BMPs that need to be implemented in conjunction with MSD's efforts. • All co-permittees are responsible for ensuring their own municipal operations comply with requirements under MCM 6, Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations Contact information for each co-permittee is listed in Appendix B Stormwater Program Effectiveness Review and BMP Iterative Process Summary The 2016 issued permit requires that an iterative process be utilized by the permittee that documents how each BMP is evaluated and subject to replacement or modification. The 2017 through 2021 St Louis County SWMP states all BMPs shall be reviewed and evaluated for effectiveness at the end of year five to determine if they should be replaced or modified in the next permit cycle and Stormwater Management Plan. The St. Louis County SWMP BMPs were actually evaluated in year four, using the first three years of completed Annual Reports data and fourth year social indicator public survey BMP. This schedule was required to allow sufficient time to assess and apply the evaluation for the next permit cycle 2 draft SWMP BMPs development and draft SWMP public notice/comment period by the draft SWMP and application renewal submission due date (180 days before permit expiration). The strategy for evaluating the effectiveness of the following Stormwater Management Plan BMPs is based upon assessing performance characteristics in three categories: Program Operations and Activities, Social Indicators, and Water Quality Data Analysis. A description of each category follows: • Water Quality Data Analysis — monitoring for pollutants associated with sources identified in the Stormwater Management Plan are performed monthly at 34 locations within the plan area, as shown on the next page map. For example, monitoring results will be compared to MCM 3 channel inspection findings to identify pollutant sources. The 303(d) list is also monitored, with de -listings occurring due to a water meeting water quality standards being an indicator of success. • Program Operations and Activities - assessing stormwater program operations and activities verifies basic compliance with permit requirements and, more importantly, documents that tangible efforts have been made to reduce the impacts of urban stormwater. Metrics are collected for each BMP on an annual basis and tracked as the permit term progresses. Trends are established and analyzed, with success gauged on evidence of positive trends and outcomes (i.e. achieving the expected result of the BMP, achieving expected or increasing social media hits, reductions in citizen complaints compared to inspection and enforcement activities, number of MCM 5 inspections compared to enforcement actions, etc.) • Evaluating Social Indicators — Monitoring and tracking yearly MCM 1 and MCM 2 BMPs, such as counting education activities attendance and education material distribution, tracking stream cleanup event participation and comparing to measurements in changes in knowledge and behavior of people through third party surveys. These three categories evaluated across each of the Minimum Control Measure BMPs provides a holistic assessment of the overall effectiveness of the Stormwater Management Plan. 3 Plan Area Monthly Sampling Locations NKUN CCNAFY A 0078 A 0300 ST. CHARLES COUNTY Goldwater A wpm B 69411 Point 11 0178 I � 0040 Missouri River , Lower Meramec A A 061 0379 A ors - - 0051 ST. LOUIS COUNTY 0004W14JErr ERSON COLLN TV A Sampling Stations 4 0148 A 6093 River des Peres { Mississippi? ii / 0000 ST. LOWS S STv r• MADISON COUNT ski ILLINOIS $r CLAIR COUNTY ILLINOIS ‚Is Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 1, Public Education and Outreach of Stormwater Impacts (MCM1) Refer to Appendix C, Table 1 for MCM1 BMP numbers 1 through 16 that are implemented to comply with MCM1 of the permit. SWMP BMP Number 1 Evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of the SWMP BMP 1 are query MSD's Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System for active industrial entities who could have a significant stormwater impact. Program operations and activities were completed by annually updating, distributing, and filing industrial user (IU) lists. A positive consistent trend of lUs is identified, as shown in the following graph. The SWMP Annual Reports documents IU addresses throughout the Plan Area. Number of Plan Area Active lUs 648 646 644 N 642 640 638 636 634 642 639 1 2017 1018 2019 Based on a positive consistent trend identification of this target audience throughout the Plan Area, that can also assist with Section 4.6.0 industrial activity permit requirement of being familiar of industrial activity not owned or operated by permittee, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 2 evaluation effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 2 are query MSD Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System for approved commercial haul -waste vendors who could have a significant stormwater impact. Program operations and activities were completed by annually updating, distributing, and filing MSD approved waste hauler lists. A positive consistent trend of haulers is identified each Plan Year, as shown in the following graph. MSD's Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System documents areas within the Plan Area where haulers operate. 5 Number of Active Haulers 39 38 37 36 a 35 3 34 33 32 31 30 29 32 37 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive consistent trend identification of this target audience operating throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 3 evaluation effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 3 are query MSD's Asset Management System for list of active food service and restaurant establishment facilities (FSE) who could have a significant stormwater impact. Program operations and activities were completed by annually updating, distributing, and filing active FSE lists. A positive consistent trend of active FSEs is identified in each Plan Year, as shown in the following graph. The SWMP Annual Reports documents FSE addresses throughout the Plan Area. 3550 3500 3450 LH 3400 3350 3300 3250 3200 Number of Active FSEs 3445 3297 3489 2017 2018' 2019 Based on a positive consistent identification of this target audience operating throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. 6 SWMP BMP Number 4 evaluation effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 4 are survey trade associations (such as Home Builders Association, Associated General Contractors, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Property Managers) with members that could have a significant stormwater impact. Program operations and activities were completed by annually updating, distributing, and filing active trade association lists. The number of trade associations in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents each trade associations contact information and specific stormwater activities they could impact. Number of trade associations Associations 11,2 11 10.8 10.6 10.4 10.2 10 9.8 9.6 9.4 10 10 11 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive consistent trend identification of this target audience with members operating throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 5 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 5 are query municipal building permit databases for active major land disturbance contractors that could have a significant stormwater impact. Program operations and activities were completed by annually updating, distributing, and filing lists of active major land disturbance contractors, based on information provided by the co-permittees. The number of contractors identified in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents contractors contact information and areas within the Plan Area where they operate. 7 Number of Contractors Contractors 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 99 109 133 2017 2038 2019 Based on a positive consistent trend identification of this target audience operating throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 6 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 6 are collect stormwater education survey data to assess water quality and nonpoint source pollution awareness and behaviors, and identify target audiences for future SWMP revisions. Program operations and activities were completed by developing survey questions, completing two, third party surveys (SWMP year 1 and year 4), recording findings, and analyzing findings. The year 4 survey results identify an overall positive change in social indicators. Specific results were utilized to assess several SWMP BMPs, referenced throughout this evaluation report. See Appendix D for the complete public survey report. The survey is effective to track and evaluate social indicators, and will be used to compare future results with current SWMP baseline data. Based on this need, this BMP will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 7 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 7 are develop a database of all K-12 public and private school districts in the Plan Area to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by developing and annually updating a database that track schools providing stormwater education. SWMP Annual Reports lists each school and files maintain school contact information and EnviroScape activities they complete. The number of schools identified in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph. The database was updated in 2018 to reflect removing early child facilities, 2018-19 school openings and closings, and current contact information. 8 Number of Schools 490 485 480 475 0 0 470 465 460 455 450 445 486 444 2017 2018 2059 Based on an established ongoing identification of this audience operating throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The 2021 through 2026 SWMP year 4 Measurable Goals, Milestones, & Dates is modified to develop a GIS map of the database schools and school system locations to evaluate focusing education efforts within impaired listed watersheds. SWMP BMP Number 8 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 8 is develop and distribute stormwater messages for MSD bills and websites. Topics would include littering, pet waste, yard management (including nutrient application), individual sewage disposal systems, winter deicing, swimming pools, and household hazardous. The purpose of this BMP is to reach Plan Area customers with concise messages on MSD bills and websites. Program operations and activities were completed by maintaining a message library, distributing messages on MSD bills and websites, and recording the number of MSD bills mailed and website pages views/hits. The number of message distributions in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph. Social indicators identify an overall positive change in behavior and increased awareness as shown in some of the following public survey results. SWMP Annual Reports documents the message library and number of each message circulated. 9 Bill messages 1,000,000 900,000 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 bill messages, CO 429,566 E 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 I1d}71 UIII messag•s. R57 950 Deicing bill IIIL�Sd , 2 , HHHW bifl 8626 HHHW — Household Hazardous Waste Website Banner Hits 3,000 Yard waste web banner hits, 1,252 1,000 Tcach unah h,nn,r hits, 2,629 10 Pet waste web banner hits, 940 PorrrwertranTrer— hits, 1,069 Social indicator positive behavior — increased FOG disposal in trash Q2. How does your household typically dispose of cooking oils and grease? by percentage of respondents (multiple selections could be made) In household trash In our sinks Dispose in a ditch or on the ground Take to a designated facility for disposal Other Source: ETC institute (2020) 82% 79°/ 10% 129 7% 5% 6% 6% 5% 0 ro 20% 40% 50% 80% 100% =2020 C72O17 TRENDS Social indicator positive behavior — waste disposal at designated facility Q3a. How did you dispose of the used oil or other fluids? by percentage of respondents who changed fluid in their vehicle(s) during the past two years (multiple selections could be made) Took to a designated facility for disposal Disposed at a chemical collection event Disposed in a ditch or on the ground Other Source: ETC insulate (262,9) B7% 2% 2% 7% 0% 20% 11 40% 60% 80% 100% Social indicator positive behavior — decreased yard waste disposal and small storm system disposal Q4. How does your household typically dispose of your grass clippings and/or leaves? by percentage of respondents (multiple selections could be made) Put in yard waste can/bin/cart/container for curbside pickup Do not dispose of yard waste Dispose with household trash Place in a stream bank, road ditch, or storm drain Other Source: ETC Institute (2020 74% 71% 24% 20% 1% 1% 1% 1% 2% 0.6 20% 40% 60% •2020 02017 60% TRENDS Social indicator positive behavior — decreased yard chemical practice Q5. Does your household use pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers? by percentage of respondents 2020 No 55% TRENDS Source: ETC fnstittwe (2020} 12 2017 Q5a. Which of the following best describes how your household typically stores and uses pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers? by percentage of respondents who use pesticide, herbicides, and fertilizers (multiple selections could be made) We try to minimize use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, & pesticides Store away from rainfall & surface waters Other 20% 40% 60% 80% 0% .Sees e.' ETC Institute (2020) 100% Social indicator positive behavior — decreased winter de-icing chemicals practice Q7. Do you use de-icer or salt in the winter time to remove snow and ice from your home driveway or sidewalk? Yes No by percentage of respondents (excluding "don't know") 65% 58% 51% 35% 32% 46% 0% 10% Source: ETC Institute (2020) 20% 30% 40% 50% •2020 02017 12007 13 60% 70% 80% TRENDS Social indicator positive behavior — increased pet waste disposal in trash and no storm system disposal Q9. How does your household typically dispose of your dog's waste collected during your walk? by percentage of respondents (multiple selections could be made) Do not have a dog or do not take dog for walks Dispose in trash Leave it on the ground Dispose in ditch or storm drain Other .Snurre • ETC lnsrdn,re (213201 14% 5% 0% Na responses in 2017 I3% 3% 0% 20% 40% 60% 2020 02017 80% 100% TRENDS Social indicator positive behavior — increased awareness of water quality and stormwater pollution Q10c. Has the information you have seen or heard increased your understanding of water quality or stormwater pollution? by percentage of respondents who had seen or heard promotional materials during the past year and answered "yes" 100% 80% 64% 40% 20% 0% 2017 2007 2020 Source: ETC'lnstinrre (?0241 14 TRENDS Social indicator positive behavior — increased positive practices Q10d. Has the information you've seen or heard about water quality or stormwater pollution caused you to take action or change your behavior in any way? by percentage of respondents who had seen or heard promotional materials during the past year and answered"yes" 100% 80% 80% 40% 20% 0% 2020 2017 2007 Source: ETC Institute (20211) TRENDS Based on an overall positive change in behavior identified throughout the throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 9 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 9 are maintain a library of available stormwater education brochures, flyers, and other media that can be used at public events and upon request. Program operations and activities were completed by maintaining material inventory available for distribution. Social indicators identify an overall positive change in subject material related behavior and most stormwater material is seen from mail/brochures, as shown by the below graph. The following list of materials are available for distribution. SWMP Annual Reports documents the material availability each Plan Year. 15 1. Only Rain to the Storm Drain pencil 2. Help Erase Pollution From Our Waters eraser 3. Only Rain to the Storm Drain magnet 4. Only Rain to the Storm Drain key Chain 5. A Homeowner's Guide To Keeping Pollutants Out Of Stormwater brochure 6. You can Make A Difference Protecting Our Waterways brochure 7. Household Hazardous Waste brochure (St. Louis County Partnership) 8. Pet Waste brochure 9. Yard Waste And Our Environment brochure (contains information on waste and nutrient containing chemicals management) 10. Homeowner's Guide to Septic System Maintenance brochure 11. Clean Water Best Management Practices bookmark 12. Commercial Parking Lots Winter Maintenance flyer 13. A Guide To Help Businesses Keep Pollutants Out Of Our Creeks brochure 14. Illicit Stormwater Discharges brochure 15. Fat, Oil, and Grease brochure 16. City Working Together to Manage Stormwater brochure Social indicators include most stormwater material seen or heard from mail/brochures Q1 Oa. Where have you seen or heard this type of information? by percentage of respondents who had seen or heard promotional materials during the past year (multiple selections could be made Mail/brochures TV/ads Newspapers, magazines Internet Social media Signs/billboards Newsletters Radio/ads Public meeting/event Other Source: ETC Institute (2020) 41% 36' 27 23% 21% 5% 13% 12% 10% 0% 10% 20% 16 30% 40% 50' Q10a. Where have you seen or heard this type of information? by percentage of respondents who had seen or heard promotional materials during the past year Maitibrochures TV/ads Newspapers, magazines Internet Signs/billboards Newsletters Radio/ads Public meeting/event Classes/workshops Cource: Ere Institute (202(1) 32' 41'0 47% 5i% 27% 6% 45% 23% 1 'o J 4% 13i 9k 17 7% 2% 1'% 1w __ 15• 12% J11% 1% 6%% 4% I2% a one sefecde�. this item in 201 1 1% 0% 20% 40% 60% .2020 02017 •2007 80% TRENDS Based on social indicators of an overall positive change in behavior and most stormwater material seen or heard from mail/brochures throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Most brochures are greater than 10 years old. Although effective, we will update all material with consistent format and updated content in year 1 of our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 10 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 10 are provide presentations and educational materials to families and homeowners to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking number of education classes, land owner related BMPs brochures distribution, and pet waste brochures provided to St. Louis County Animal Control and St. Louis Humane Society. Social indicators identify positive change in behavior, for example, as shown by the public survey pet waste 17 management graph below. The number of attendance and brochure distribution in each Plan Year are shown in the following graphs. SWMP Annual Reports documents attendance, brochures, and dates of the classes and material distribution. Number of County Pet Waste Brochures 1000 700 600 500 on 400 300 200 100 0 2017 1200 1000 800 600 d co 400 200 0 800 900 2018 2019 Number of City Pet Waste Brochures 1000 1000 1.000 L 2017 2018 2019 18 Social indicator positive behavior — increased pet waste disposal in trash and no storm system disposal Q9. How does your household typically dispose of your dog's waste collected during your walk? by percentage of respondents (multiple selections could be made) Do not have a dog or do not take dog for walks Dispose in trash Leave it on the ground Dispose in ditch or storm drain Other .Boone• ETC Institute (2201 5395 60% 42% 34'. 44, 5% 0% Na responses in 2017 I3% 3% 0% 20% 40% 60% 12020 D2017 100% TRENDS Attendees and classes 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Number of public education classes and attendees Number of attendees, 15 Number of Classes, 2 2018 Number of a en ees, Number of classes, 2019 19 Number of land owner BMPs brochure distribution 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 300 450 300 2017 2018 2019 Based on a consistent trend of education material distribution and positive change in behavior identified throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste education component. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 11 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 11 are post pet waste signs in parks to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in the community. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking number of parks and posted pet waste signs. Social indicators identify positive change in behavior as shown in the public survey graph below. The number of posted signs and parks in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents each co-permittee's posted pet waste signs and parks. 20 Number of signs and parks signs and parks 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Number of Signs, Number of Signs, Number of Signs, 530 536 553 her of Parks 335 2017 ber of Parks, 354 2018 ber of Parks, 349 2019 Social indicator positive behavior — increased pet waste disposal in trash and no storm system disposal Q9. How does your household typically dispose of your dog's waste collected during your walk? by percentage of respondents (multiple selections could be made) Do not have a dog or do not take dog for walks Dispose in trash Leave it on the ground Dispose in ditch or storm drain Other Sourer- ETC Insritnrr. t2i9201 53% 60% 42% 34 1,4% 15% J 0% No respvnsea in 2017 13% 3% 0% 20% 40% 60% •2020 02017 60% 100"5 TRENDS Based on a positive trend of posted signs in parks and positive behavior change throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste education component. 21 SWMP BMP Number 12 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 12 are to maintain a database of community partners with water pollution education interests to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in the community. Program operations and activities were completed by annually updating the partner list and notifying them of BMP activities, such as MCM2 trash bash events. Social indicators identify an overall positive change in behavior. The number of community partners in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents each community partner contact information, partners individual related BMPs interests, and dates of BMP activities notifications. Number of partners 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Yd, 47 49 Yes Yes Based on a positive trend of partners and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 13 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 13 are provide educational materials to industrial entities, waste haulers, and food service and restaurant establishments to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by distributing brochures at 22 IU and FSE inspections, and mailing brochures to waste haulers. A consistent trend of impressions and decrease trend in FSE NOVs were identified. No increase in IU stormwater NOVs observed. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior according to the public survey. The number of material distributed in each Plan Year is shown in the following graph and documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Number of impressions 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 FSE, 1791 FSE, .. 1608 1911 t _FSF U, 608 U. 329 10111 :uer,31 - :uer, 5 Z 100 80 60 40 20 0 180 160 140 120 2017 Number of FSE NOVs 155 2018 2019 113 71 2017 2018 2019 Based on a consistent trend of ongoing impressions, decease trend in FSE NOVs, and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP septic tank education component. 23 SWMP BMP Number 14 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 14 are to provide presentations and educational materials to trade associations, schools, and watershed groups to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by achieving the target number of activities and material distribution. A positive increasing trend of material distribution and event attendance is identified. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior according to the public survey. The number of material distribution and attendance in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph and documented in the SWMP Annual Reports Number material distributed and impressions 120,000 100,000 y 80,000 E 60000 40,000 L 20,000 (20,000) distributed, 96,679 Attendence, 79,568 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive increasing trend of impressions and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 15 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 15 are partner with community organizations to provide stormwater information to a broad audience to increase awareness and positive behavior change. Program operations and activities were completed by achieving event attendance and material distribution. A positive increasing trend of material distribution and impressions (material distribution) is identified. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in 24 behavior according to the public survey. The number of material distribution and attendance in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph and documented in the SWMP Annual Reports Number of sports and amusement venue impressions 1,500,000 Alma ineni]teaue *, 1,458,0 w1,000,000 0 0 a E 500.000 Sports venue, 806,800 ports yen 933 Amusement venue *, 658, Sports yen 13,332 2017 2018 2019 * based on Six Flags statistic that 34% of their attendance of from Plan Area attendance impressions 18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 Number of Earth Day and Home show venue impressions Home & Garden Show, 14,SUU Earth Day festival, 14,500 h7Inma R, mil Garden Show, 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive increasing trend of impressions and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. 25 SWMP BMP Number 16 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 16 are develop and advertise videos that can be used on MSD and partner social media platforms. Implementation of this BMP did not begin until 2018. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking number of online plays. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior according to the public survey The number of online plays in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph and documented in the SWMP Annual Reports Number of impressions 0 0 a 120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 Wu, 111,U/4 HHHW, 82,8: Yard Waste, Winter deicing, 12,991 19,652 et waste 664 FOG, 11,704 Tr JAI, 8,700 2018 HHHW — Household Hazardous Waste FOG — Fats, Oil, Grease 2019 7 Based on developing a consistent trend of impressions (online plays) and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. 26 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 2, Public Involvement and Participation (MCM2) Refer to Appendix C, Table 2 for MCM2 BMP numbers 17 through 27 that are implemented to comply with MCM2 of the permit. SWMP BMP Number 17 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 17 is post SWMP on MSD's website for 30 days and announce the SWMP is available to review, using e-mail and social media. The purpose of this BMP is to provide opportunity for input on the SWMP. Program operations and activities were completed by e -mailing the 2021-2026 draft SWMP to stakeholders and posting it on MSD website/social media platforms in year 5 (2021). Based on the 2021-2026 Permit Section 4.2.A, hold a public notice period for a minimum of thirty (30) days on the draft SWMP, this BMP will continue unmodified in the 2021 - 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 24 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 18 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 18 are to hold a meeting at MSD's office on the next term draft SWMP to allow public opportunity for input on the next term SWMP. Program operations and activities were completed by posting a public meeting announcement on MSD's website. The meeting was completed in year 5 (2021) and meeting minutes filed. Based on the 2021-2026 Permit Section 4.2.B, hold a public hearing regarding the proposed Stormwater Management Program and Plan, this BMP will continue unmodified in the 2021 - 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 25 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 19 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 19 are maintain a list of outlets to provide information via letter or e-mail inviting comment in advance of finalizing the next permit term SWMP, to comply with Permit Section 4.2.2.1.3. Program operations and activities were completed by emailing the stakeholders, documented in the SWMP year 5 (2021). Based on this requirement not in the 2021-2026 Permit, this BMP will be removed in the 2021 - 2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 20 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 20 are invite citizens to provide representation on the steering committee to provide opportunity for input on the next permit term SWMP. Program operations and activities were completed by notifying citizens documented in the SWMP Annual Reports, in year 4 (2020). Based on the 2021-2026 Permit Section 4.2.D, Provide opportunities for citizen representatives on stormwater management panel or committee, this BMP will continue unmodified 27 in the 2021 - 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 26 in our 2021- 2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 21 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 21 are participate in at least one cleanup event annually to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by achieving all clean-up events and tracking number of participants and waste amounts collected. Social indicators identify increased awareness through thousands of impressions via various media platforms. The numbers of collected trash and participants in each Plan Year are shown in the following graph and documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Trash collected (excluding tires) 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 Operation Clean Stream*, 14 1 2017 2018 2019 er des eres Tra Bash, 7 Confluence Trash Bash, 18 * Plan Area only Volunteers Operation Clean Stream, 785 nnfhePn Trash Bash Confluence Confluence Trash Bash, Trash Bash, 600 605 Operation Clean des Tras Rivci i, s Ceres Trash dash, 473 op.rat r Stream, 679 2017 2018 2019 des bash 28 Based on positive consistent trends of trash collected and volunteer participation, and increased awareness social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 17 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 22 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 22 are continue to operate two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities to provide safe and economical outlet for household hazardous waste disposal. Program operations and activities were completed by the two locations remain open and tracking numbers of customers and waste amounts collected. Positive increasing trends of customers and waste are shown in the following graph. The numbers of collected trash and participants in each Plan Year are documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Waste and customers Customers 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 Customers, 5,424 2017 2018 2019 250 200 150 100 50 Based on a positive increasing trend of customers and waste collection throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 18 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP related to unused yard chemicals. SWMP BMP Number 23 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 23 is provide training to educators, watershed group members, and others on how to use the Enviroscape® watershed models. The purpose of this BMP is to engage citizen volunteers on how to educate students on sources of pollution and best practices, providing additional resources.Program operations and activities were completed by finishing classes and tracking 29 attendance. A positive increasing trend of attendance is shown in the following graph. Classes details and attendance numbers in each Plan Year are documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Number of attendees 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive increasing trend of class attendance, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. To supplement the BMP 7 modification, years 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Measurable Goals, Milestones, & Dates of this BMP will be modified to track school attendee locations. This BMP can be found as BMP number 19 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 24 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 24 are provide Enviroscape watershed models for community use to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by achieving target number of presentations, maintaining reservation tracking database, and recording number of presentations attendance and locations. An overall positive consistent trend in number presentations and impressions (number of students attendance) identified, as shown in the following graph. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior according to the public survey. The numbers of presentations and attendance in each Plan Year are documented in SWMP Annual Reports. 30 Number of presentations and impressions d) m -113 442 5000 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 Presentations, 67 Impressions, 4386 Impressions, - 3913 Impressions, 2583 Presentation 60 - 2017 2018 '019 68 66 64 62 60 58 56 Based on consistent trends of ongoing presentations and impressions, and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 20 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis identifies Kiefer Creek chloride 2020 303(d) delisting to support keeping this BMP winter de-icing education component. Water quality data analysis also identifies 2020 303(d) delisting of Williams Creek E.coli bacteria SCR, Little Antire Creek E.coli bacteria WBC, and the entire St. Louis Mississippi River segment E.coli bacteria SCR to support keeping this BMP pet waste and septic tank education components. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 25 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 25 are provide storm drain marker instructions and equipment to citizen volunteers to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking numbers of markers and door hangers placed and their locations. A positive increasing trend of markers identified, as shown in the following graph. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior according to the public survey. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year numbers of markers and door hangers. 31 Number of markers and door hangers 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Door hangers, 1050 Markers, 1786 Door hangers, 519 MaFke -. 599 or hangers, 2017 2018 2019 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Based on a positive trend of markers and overall positive behavior change social indicators, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 21 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Locations tracked on a GIS map under BMP number 26. SWMP BMP Number 26 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 26 are develop and maintain a storm drain marking GIS map to direct public where they can label inlets. Program operations and activities were completed by developing and maintaining a GIS map layer. Positive consistent trend of markers shown throughout the Plan Area identified, as shown in the following maps, to direct public where they can label inlets. Social indicators identify positive behaviors such as zero pet waste disposal into drains as show by the below public survey graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents GIS layer maintained. 32 Plan Area Wide Map 33 a) C a) O O N ^I S� G O U a) co co C Co LL 2 {hl «t ; v unossiyi d €f I, a ' a 's d e. k f .4 lx ,y IA L _ yt Y 4 T4 1 ft .; F if 1+'T js eft; tt F+i1 +i 4 Rid 1 ill I .r = i 'I I_ Fe 31. 4. J,�, Tt F . ttw, tY i e e ft Fah '_ it -�0 �� , Cgs 3 I:. at #T !it r Etl 1 . tt iii r al rill Yp gi . T¢ �; T �; T F� r, I '' it F, lit' fist �+ g id Tt r Tt .Eif `'Yi +t i I tt F;.. r 4 s r.s - Y. Y� - U4! $ I it ., d "Y ii hi3 i G Y1 411 •I 4 ! xi b' -.ft P, 4 alit ft Jk 4 ,F 3e I R i d 4 F t Fffi Tt +t �t ! I It F€ rif t 24 '° r t -Or _ I"1S1i N 41^a� 026 CIO -J Ct a Des Pettis R � I Of I g Y Ill 4'1 .,i it Id I a ii!.! T t a ti T t ue. 1 4 F 4F ;` i? it r" .. ft, .+ I � I k ! S- Y { �p 3 6gi[ .p Mf . Y.� hY a Kelti +1_1 411n[c ISsFyS, i NI . a. ❑u sai a., s ap PI 1 4 r0 i 1 I 41 I l 4 I r I - h 033 r Social indicator positive behavior — increased pet waste disposal in trash and no storm system disposal 09. How does your household typically dispose of your dog's waste collected during your walk? by percentage of respondents (multiple selections could be made) Do not have a dog or do not take dog for walks Dispose in trash Lease It on the ground Dispose in ditch or storm drain Other Snurre• FTC Institute i20?Ol 53 a 60% 42% 34"• I4% 5% 0% No responses in 201T I3% 3% O ,a 20% 40% 60% •2020 02017 100,, TRENDS Based on a consistent trend of ongoing marking activity throughout the Plan Area and positive behavior social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 22 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 27 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 27 is provide resources, as available, to residential, institutional, and commercial landowners and citizen volunteer organizations that promote green infrastructure and other healthy water programming. The purpose of this BMP is to foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in the community. Program operations and activities were completed by maintaining a resource library of material and tracking the number of material distributed. A positive increasing trend of material distribution is identified, as shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year types of material available and number of material distributed. 35 1,400 1,200 N 1,000 au Ea 800 600 m m m 400 200 Number material distributed and impressions materiais, 4 2017 2018 2019 Jmpressions, 896 Impressions, 1,313 Based on positive increasing trend of impressions (materials distributed), this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 23 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results also identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 3, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (MCM3) Refer to Appendix C, Table 3 for MCM3 BMP numbers 28 through 42 that are implemented to comply with MCM3 of the permit. SWMP BMP Number 28 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 28 is maintain GIS system showing constructed MS4 outfalls and receiving streams for specific permit requirement and viewing outfalls in Plan Area watersheds. Program operations and activities were completed by consistently maintaining constructed outfalls GIS map layer throughout the Plan Area. SWMP Annual Reports documents mapping procedures every Plan Year. Based on a consistent trend of ongoing GIS map maintenance throughout the Plan Area and a similar specific permitting requirement in the next permit term, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 27 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. 36 SWMP BMP Number 29 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 29 are use map update work orders to track any modifications to the sewer map to keep current information on the storm sewer system Plan Area watersheds. Program operations and activities were completed by consistently completing map update work orders. SWMP Annual Reports documents numbers of each Plan Year map update and as -built work orders. Based on a consistent trend of ongoing GIS map work orders throughout the Plan Area and a similar specific permitting requirement in the next permit term, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 28 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 30 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 30 are enforce MSD ordinance 15048, and other ordinances as required to provide MSD legal authority to address illicit discharges. Program operations and activities were completed by Ordinance development achieved and tracking enforcement actions. SWMP Annual Reports documents the currently effective Ordinance number and enforcement process each Plan Year. Based on achieving Ordinance development, consistent trend of ongoing illicit discharge detections and enforcement actions, and a similar specific permitting requirement in the next permit term, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 29 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 31 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 31 are survey all natural channels identified on the stormwater GIS map once per 5 years to detect and eliminate illicit discharges. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking mileage, findings from surveys, and resolutions. A positive decreasing trend of illicit discharge detection (IDD) events is identified, as shown in the following two current and previous permit term graphs. We consistently address at least nearly ten times more IDDs annually that are complaint driven under BMP number 32. We identified that six (21%) of the total 2017-2020, 28 IDD findings were related to failing individual sewage disposal systems (see BMP number 36). We also identified a consistent trend of IDDs occur within the 303(d) listed E.coli and chloride impaired listed watersheds, as shown in the below Plan Area map. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior according to the public survey. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year mileage, number of IDD findings and their resolutions. 37 I6 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Number of Current Permit Term 1DDs 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Number of Previous Permit Term IDDs *May include some legal IDDs 38 St. Louis County MS4 Plan Area Map 2005 Through 2020 IDDs and 2020 303(d) Impaired Streams tare • • • • • oto *morn CIIIII4Chrol *. COMO Gam U • t a4.•i• •� • rA rtO* •i3..^5+1 txvn * •• O + E • rru+ f 'AMU • POW C0041 114 Carl C b �+Ri F_, ion Kritilmloc LOOP 1 no! con. Ow CAPOP 4 • Coos. ■ a ✓ I • • '+� •3P01& • esti F Cii41w1YA WC • Qom Cwt w Cori A 4,14 d_ • • • • Corm • OMAR Cowie • • • • • • • • • • • 4*5 411 `•Ib Cool• WRlipi;4 Legend CJ USp Oo•v,d Boundone * pw sUI 11*5 Dosshorp. M{l11b4 Saa41PPn - xr3w► 39 St. Louis County MS4 Section Map Individual Sewage Disposal Systems • Individual Sewage Disposal Systems • Individual Sewage Disposal System GIS symbol Layer List Layers r Ind:rdual5ewmge Dlepoul 5yaxem: rei -Q :m pairedWater •Q Impaired Streams -3031d1 c• IN Impaired Lakes • 303161 .IM iMDL_Iayera Based on a positive trend of decreasing IDD findings compared to IDD complaints, ongoing IDDs occurring within the 303(d) listed E.coli and chloride impaired listed watersheds, ongoing individual sewage disposal system IDDs, and overall positive change in behavior, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP is modified to target impaired stream watersheds and add individual sewage disposal system surveys (see modified BMP number 36). This BMP can be found as BMP number 30 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 32 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 32 are respond to reports of illegal dumping to detect and eliminate illicit discharges. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking service requests, work orders, and resolutions. An increasing trend of complaints is identified as shown in the following graph. A consistent trend of target response times is achieved. SWMP Annual Reports documents the number of complaints and response time performance of each Plan Year. 40 Number IDD complaints 160 140 120 100 Cs 80 E 0 60 40 20 20 2018 2019 Based on increasing trend of complaints, continued successful complaint resolutions, and to ensure consistent complaint response times, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 31 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 33 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 33 are to maintain operating procedures for field testing and surveying to help identify chemicals indicative of illicit discharge. Program operations and activities were completed by standard operating procedures achieved and updated as needed. Control charts are maintained and all sample data is recorded, as described in each Plan Year SWMP Annual Reports. This BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP because field testing as described in our standard operating procedures is required to assess dry weather findings. This BMP can be found as BMP number 36 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 34 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 34 are maintain and annually review findings from channel surveys to identify priority areas for potential monitoring and follow-up. Program operations and activities are completed by annually reviewing all findings and all finding areas inspected 1 -in -5 years, minimum. Also, mileage, findings from surveys, and resolutions are tracked. See BMP 31 above for statistics. SWMP Annual Reports documents all findings inspected. Based on BMP factors shown in BMP 31 above, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 37 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. 41 SWMP BMP Number 35 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 35 are review representative water quality data collected by MSD to prioritize investigation areas and identify sources. Program operations and activities were completed by annually evaluating correlations between sample collection and IDDs. Data has not been discernable to date according to documented reviews in each Plan Year of the SWMP Annual Reports. Social indicators identify an overall positive change in behavior according to the public survey. Data has not been discernable to date, however based on overall positive social behavior changes throughout the plan area, and as we continue work based on modifying the channel survey BMP into target areas, as explained in BMP 31 above, this BMP will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 38 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 36 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 36 is develop a tabular database and GIS layer of areas that may utilize individual sewage disposal systems (i.e., septic tanks). The purpose of this BMP is to have a database of areas with individual sewage disposal systems that could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations. Program operations and activities were completed by building a database of 6,865 addresses followed by creation of a GIS layer based on these addresses. Social indicator data was collected in the public survey. The public survey identifies that 50% of systems are greater than 10 years old and more than 25% are greater than 20 years old, based on percentage surveyed as shown in the following public survey graphs. Based on the below septic tank report excerpt, sewage disposal systems can fail at any age. We also identified under BMP 31 that six (21 %) of the total 2017-2020, 28 IDD findings were related to failing individual sewage disposal systems. Social indicators identify that 48% of those surveyed with a septic tank don't know if their system has been serviced/inspected in the last 5 years. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year status of the database and GIS layer development of this BMP. 42 Q8a. Approximately how old is your septic system? by percentage of respondents who have a septic system 0 to 10 years 48% 11 to 20 years 24% Source: ETC Institute (2120) 21 to 30 years 4% 31+ years 24% Q8b. Has your system been serviced or inspected in the last 5 years? Yes No Don't know 20% 40% 60% 0% Source: ETC Institute (2020) by percentage of respondents who have a septic system MI2020 02017 ®2007 43 TRENDS Report excerpt showing septic tanks can fail at any age Non -Point Source Assessment : Bacteria : Septic Systems : Failure Ranking The next step in understanding the potential impact of septic systems in the watershed was to assess the identified parcels based on available data on a range of factors related to septic system function. Each factor has been broken down Into a ranking representative the relative significance of each factor attribute, the higher the category and overall ranking, the higher the potential for system failure and bacterial loading. Some factors are related specifically to the function of the drip field component of a typical septic system. Although it is not possible to use remote sensing to determine the specific location of the drip fields, it is possible to establish a probable drip zone area by creating a simple 300' buffer from the main building on each parcel. This is most pertinent on larger parcels where a wide range of conditions may be present across the entire parcel; a focused analysis area around the main building is necessary to render accurate results. • Parcel Area: The first factor we considered is the parcel area, without sufficient area for a septic system it is unlikely that the system is effectively eliminating the bacteria in the effluent. The plumbing ordinance for St. Louis County regarding parcel area is as follows: 22.4.1 Where the premises are served by a public water main, the minimum lot size in which an individual sanitary sewage disposal system may be installed is twenty thousand (20,000} square feet;. otherwise, the required lot size on which an individual sanitary sewage disposal system maybe installed is thirty thousand 130,000'f square feet_ Parcel Area Kiefer Spring Sontag Spring Kiefer Main f54uaref'eed Rank Branch Branch Branch Total <10000 10 5 17 11 33 10000 — 20044 9 13 23 11 47 X20000 1 80 95 4 179 Assuming that all parcels in the watershed are served by a public water main, there are 80 likely septic systems, or about 31% of the likely systems in the watershed, on parcels that are less than 20,000 square feet, with 33 which are less than 10000 square feet. These systems are likely to he falling due to a lack of sufficient area for processing of effluent to effectively eliminate bacteria. All of these systems are located within 1.29 miles of the swimming area In Castlewood State Park and all but one are on parcels developed before 1980 with an overall average estimated system age of 82 years. Sedtic System Estimated Age: As septic systems age the likelihood of failure increases. Older systems also lack the advantage of modern system design and any system built prior to 1996 was not subject to state design standards. Using the YEARBLT attribute data rankings were assigned from 1 to 10. System Age (years) Rank 350 41-80 31.40 21-30 11-20 3-10 10 9 7 5 3 1 Kiefer Spring Sontag spring Kiefer Main Branch Branch Branch Total 38 68 25 131. 6 9 0 1S 34 52 1 47 12 26 0 38 5 19 0 24 3 1 0 4 Assuming tha the year built data is Indicative of the age of the septic system, there are only 28 systems that were likely to be built in accordance w'th state design standards. At the same 146 systems are likely to be more than 40 years old- With excellent design and mahatma' ncluding replaserrient of broken and rusted Lurllpurlentl, a septic system can function indefinitely. Without information on specific system designs it is difficult to assume a certain rate of failure based on age, for example concrete septic tanks can last indefinitely while metal tanks usually fail due to rust in 15 to 20 years. Drip fields tend to have a lifespan of around 20 years, however this can vary depending on the soils, slope and encroachment of plantroot systems. Considering these factors it also very likely that many older systems in the watershed have had failing components replaced at some point, however for this to happen a failure would have to have been detected. in some cases a falling system may not be apparent if the effluent flows directly into the sub -surface flows where It will not be easily detected. 1140/'www.snouisco.cam/Portals/B,idots/oocument%2Olibrary/public%20W orkslcodaMxOenforcemenr/ordl na nces109-u PC —Plumb —Ord. pol. 6ePJ/1m0ectapedia.comiseptic/Septtc_System_lite.php St. Louis County MS4 Section Map Individual Sewage Disposal Systems • Individual Sewage Disposal Systems 0 Individual Sewage Disposal System GIS symbol 44 e Layers rW Inekndual 5ewaceDlapnsal System. •22 impairedWater -© ImpamedStreams -3031dY r Q tmpnecl Lk. • 303%11 f:; TMDL_laye,a This BMP is modified based on the information that more than 50% of Plan Area systems are greater than 10 years old, more than 25% of Plan Area systems are greater than 20 years old, sewage disposal systems can fail at any age, six (21%) of the total Plan Area 2017-2020, 28 IDD findings were related to failing individual sewage disposal systems, and social indicators identify that 48% of those surveyed with a septic tank don't know if their system has been serviced/inspected in the last 5 years. This BMP will be modified to survey individual sewage disposal systems (i.e., septic tanks) in the Plan Area 2020 303 (d) listing impaired stream listing watersheds (Excluding Missouri River major watershed), as described in our next permit term draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 39 in our 2021- 2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 37 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 37 are develop a tabular database and GIS layer of properties, that have participated in the sewer lateral repair program, that could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations. This BMP was not implemented until 2020 according to the SWMP schedule. 2020 Program operations and activities include developing one database of nearly 10,000 properties based on a 2020 co-permittee survey and a second database of defective sewer lateral work orders is available in the MSD IBM® Maximo® asset management software. One MSD GIS layer provides particulars about a municipality sewer lateral program, including contact information and reimbursement information. A second MSD GIS layer shows the defective lateral work orders stated above. The 2020 SWMP Annual Report documents the status of the BMP. Based on the database and GIS layer identifications, this BMP will continue so it could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations. The BMP is modified in our next permit term draft SWMP to annually maintain the GIS map of data sources. This BMP can be found as BMP number 40 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 38 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 38 are maintain operating procedures for tracing illicit discharges from public sewer system to provide for timely detection and elimination of illicit discharges within entire Plan Area. Program operations and activities were completed by standard operating procedures achieved and updated as needed. Initial response times to IDD complaints comply with policy at least 90% of the occurrences (BMP 32). Previous program audits identified no inconsistencies. SWMP Annual Reports documents performance response times and procedure updates. 45 Based on positive audits reports and timely response times, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 32 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 39 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 39 are maintain operating procedures for timely eliminating illicit discharges. Program operations and activities were completed by standard operating procedures achieved and updated as needed. Initial response times to IDD complaints comply with policy at least 90% of the occurrences (BMP 32). Previous program audits identified no inconsistencies. SWMP Annual Reports documents performance response times and procedure updates. Based on positive audits reports and timely response times, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 33 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 40 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 40 are maintain enforcement plan for timely addressing illicit discharges. Program operations and activities were completed by standard operating procedures achieved and updated as needed. MSD Ordinance No. 15048 is used as the legal enforcement tool. Initial response times to IDD complaints comply with policy at least 90% of the occurrences (BMP 32). Previous program audits identified no inconsistencies. SWMP Annual Reports documents performance response times, current ordinance, and procedure updates. Based on positive audits reports and timely response times, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 41 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 41 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 41 is maintain and distribute brochures, door hangers, and other communication tools that inform about hazards associated with illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste. The purpose of this BMP is to foster stormwater nonpoint source pollution awareness and behavior change in community. Program operations and activities were completed by tacking the number of educational material, including educational door hangers, distributed as shown in the following graph. GIS tracks location of distribution, as shown in the below yard waste findings section map example, to identify and address target areas. Social indicators identify a positive behavior change, such as decreased yard care chemical usage as shown in the below public survey graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year material distribution records and target area activities. 46 Number of impressions 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 2017 2018 2019 Social indicator positive behavior — decrease usage of yard care chemicals Q5. Does your household use pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers? by percentage of respondents 2020 No 55% TRENDS Source: ETC Institute (2020) 47 2017 Social indicator positive behavior — store yard care chemicals away from stormwater and surface water Q5a. Which of the following best describes how your household typically stores and uses pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers? by percentage of respondents who use pesticide, herbicides, and fertilizers (multiple selections could be made) we try to minimize use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, & pesticides Store away from rainfall & surface waters Other 20% 40% 80% 0% Source: ETC Insthrste (2020) St. Louis County MS4 Section Map Yard Waste IDD Findings 2018 Yard waste IDD segment 100% Based on continuing material distribution, addressing target areas, positive behavior changes in decreasing yard care chemical usage social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 35 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Water quality data analysis of the 34 MSD sample locations, through Plan Years 2017 and 2020, sample results identify decreasing trends in nitrogen and 48 phosphorous in several Plan Area streams to support keeping this BMP yard waste and yard chemical education components. SWMP BMP Number 42 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 42 is provide public outreach communications tools (brochures, etc.) to sources of non-stormwater discharge that could be substantial contributors of pollutants into the MS4, such as street cleaning, residential car washing, and residential swimming pools. The purpose of this BMP is to foster stormwater NPS pollution awareness and behavior change in the community. Program operations and activities have only documented one relevant finding to date as documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Social indicators identify an overall Plan Area positive change in behavior. The specific permit requirement for this BMP is not in the next term permit, however we are keeping this BMP as unmodified because we could encounter non- stormwater discharges that could be substantial contributors of pollutants into the MS4, such as residential car washing and residential swimming pools, under the next term SWMP BMP 36, septic tank survey. This BMP can be found as BMP number 34 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 4, Construction Site Stormwater Runoff Control (MCM4) Refer to Appendix C, Table 4 for MCM4 BMP numbers 43 through 50 that are implemented to comply with MCM4 of the permit. SWMP BMP Number 43 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 43 are Maintain a list of regulatory mechanisms and active land disturbance programs to ensure co-permittee land disturbance programs are implemented. Program operations and activities were completed by identifying all co-permittees implemented a program as documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Based on this specific permit requirement continuing in the next term permit, this BMP will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been modified to include an on-line link to each co-permittee land disturbance program and require co-permittees to access and update their programs (in years 1 and 5), as needed, in our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 42 in our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. 49 SWMP BMP Number 44 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 44 are verify regulatory authority and ensure existing co-permittee land disturbance programs have authority. Program operations and activities were completed by identifying all co-permittees implemented a program as documented in the SWMP Annual Reports. Based on this specific permit requirement continuing in the next term permit, this BMP will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been slightly modified to also include an on-line link to each co-permittee land disturbance program (see above BMP number 44 above), addressed under the year 1 Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates, in our next 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 43 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 45 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 45 are maintain written procedures and guidance materials for operators to follow to prevent land disturbance related waste from leaving the land disturbance area. Program operations and activities were completed by positive consistent trends of implemented programs, as shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents number of implemented procedures in each Plan Year. Number of construction waste procedures 61 60 59 58 d▪ i ▪ 57 d 56 55 54 PM I. ■ 2017 2015 2019 Based on positive consistent trend of ongoing implemented programs throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been modified to require co-permittees to access and update their programs (in years 1 and 5), as needed, in our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 44 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. 50 SWMP BMP Number 46 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 46 are maintain written procedures and guidance materials for permittees to follow for development pre -construction planning (see also MCM5). Program operations and activities were completed by positive consistent trends of implemented procedures, as shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents number of implemented programs in each Plan Year. Number of pre -planning procedures 61 64 59 58 57 56 55 54 2017 2018 2019 Based on positive consistent trend of ongoing implemented programs throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been modified to require co-permittees to access and update their procedures (in years 1 and 5), as needed, in our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 45 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 47 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 47 are maintain written procedures to receive (i.e., public complaint hotline) respond to, and track public inquiries and complaints to provide timely customer response to complaints from land disturbance related waste leaving the land disturbance area. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking numbers of implemented procedures, complaints, formal enforcements actions, and informal enforcement actions. A positive decreasing trend in formal enforcements is identified, as shown in following graph. Positive stable trends of complaints (starting in year 2) and IDDs is also identified by the below graph. Lastly, a stable Plan Area TSS is also identified (see above water quality section). Annual Reports documents each Plan Year numbers of complaints, IDDs, formal enforcements actions, and informal enforcement actions. 51 Number of enforcement actions Number of Number of informal 70 Nurraberoffarma6 informal eafereemer+E,- enforcement, 60 enforcement, 63 60 P 50 Number of T y 40 E 30 D w 20 10 Findings and complaints 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 2017 2018 2019 Number of IDD findings and complaints Number of complaints, I.III iIL/ a U wu findings 3 Numhpr of complaints, 46 Number of ICE) fnRhrrgs; 1 Numberof 1=0 findings, 1 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive decreasing trend in formal enforcements, positive stable trends of complaints and IDDs, and stable Plan Area TSS, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 46 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 48 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 48 are maintain written procedures and checklists for permittees to follow during SWPPP inspections to ensure BMPs are properly installed and maintained. Program operations and activities were completed by positive consistent trends of implemented procedures, as shown in the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents number of implemented procedures in each Plan Year. 52 Number of inspection procedures 59 58 58 :'. • 57 • 57 is 56 56 55 1 2017 2018 1019 Based on positive consistent trend of ongoing implemented procedures throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been modified to require co-permittees to access and update their procedures (in years 1 and 5), as needed, in our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 47 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 49 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 49 are inspect land disturbance sites as specified in land disturbance programs to ensure BMPs are properly installed and maintained. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking numbers of inspections, informal enforcements, and formal enforcements. A positive decreasing trend of formal enforcements is identified, as shown in following graph. A stable Plan Area TSS is also identified. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year numbers of inspections (including dates and locations), informal enforcements, and formal enforcements. enforcem Number of enforcement actions 70 Number of formal 60 50 40 30 20 10 enforcement, 60 Numhpr of informal Rnth rremwnt 53 Number of informal enforcement, 66 2017 2018 2019 Number of formal enforcement, 47 Number of formal 1 53 Based on a positive decreasing trend in formal enforcements, and stable Plan Area TSS, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 48 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 50 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 50 are maintain written procedures for enforcement actions to provide permittees authority to implement their programs. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking numbers of informal and formal enforcements. A positive decreasing trend of formal enforcements is identified, as shown in following graph. A stable Plan Area TSS is also identified. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year numbers of informal and formal enforcements. enforcement 70 Number of formal 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 enforcement, 60 Number of enforcement actions Number of isduniral enfor _ nt, 63 Number of informal enfor - n.nt, 66 Numb eru formal rceme:st, 47 i i 2017 2018 2019 Number of tormal enforcement, �CZ Based on a positive decreasing trend in formal enforcements, and stable Plan Area TSS, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 49 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. 54 Evaluation of Minimum Control Measure Number 5, Post - Construction Stormwater Management in New Development and Redevelopment (MCM5) Refer to Appendix C, Table 5 for MCM5 BMP numbers 51 through 58 that are implemented to comply with MCM5 of the permit. SWMP BMP Number 51 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 51 is follow MSD ordinances 9030 and 15048, MSD Rules and Regulations, and County and Municipal Ordinances. The purpose of this BMP requires developers and plan reviewers to implement appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run-off. Program operations and activities were completed by developing and implementing MSD ordinances 9030 and 15048, developing and implementing MSD Rules and Regulations, and tracking the number of permittee ordinances and strategies. A positive consistent trend of implemented Ordinances and strategies is identified, as shown in following graph. The majority of implemented Plan Area permittee approaches (i.e., bioretention BMPs, impervious area reduction, stream buffers, and tree preservation) are identified to have water quality benefits, according to a December 23, 2016 Geosyntec Bacteria and Nutrient Best Management Practice Strategy Review Report (see below report excerpt). SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year reported permittee ordinances and programs. See Appendix E for the December 23, 2016 Bacteria and Nutrient Best Management Practice Strategy Review Report. Number of post -construction strategies 60 59 59 58 58 57 57 56 2017 2018 2019 55 Bacteria and Nutrient Best Management Practice Strategy Review Report Excerpts Table 2. Target Pollutant Benefit Scoring Guidance for linter Qualrrr Benefits for BMPs. C Score Target Pollutant Benefit High pollutant removal Medium pollutant removal 1 Low or no pollutant removal Table 4. Distribution of BliP.s Used within the.tlSD Service. Area and Benefits Ranking Rank BMP Score % of BMPs Built or Planned I infiltration 13MPs 2.9 1% 2 Subsurface Flow Wetlands 2.8 NA 3 Ponds u- 2.6 1% 4 Enhanced Biofilters 2.5 NA 5 lioretention 02.4 48% 5 Permeable Pavement 2.0 18% 7 Surface Sand Filters 1.8 0.04 8 Underground Sand Filters 1.8 I% c, Underground Manufactured Filters 1.5 0.01 10 HDS Units 1.5 6% 11 1 Cisterns 1.4 0.01 r 12 __ �. Impervious Area Reduction 1.4 NA 13 Engineered Swales 1.3 4% w 14 Tree Preservation Ordinance 1.2 NA 14 Stream Buffer 1.2 NA 56 Figure 1. Post -Construction B;4fPs Built, Permitted for Construction, or Under Renew as of 6✓16/2016 (from the Annual Report). Of the 4,516 B,LfPs, nearly half were bioretennon Based on a positive consistent trend of implemented approaches that are documented to benefit water quality throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been modified to include an on-line link to each co-permittee ordinance/strategy and require co- permittees to access and update their programs (in years 1 and 5), as needed, in our next 2021-2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 55 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 52 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 52 are follow MSD Engineering review process for executing maintenance agreements and inspection process for long term maintenance to ensure long-term operation of BMPs. Program operations and activities were completed by developing and implementing an enforcement response plan and tracking the numbers of MSD approved projects and enforcement actions. Annual internal reviews identify appropriately developed BMP maintenance agreements. As expected, we identified an increasing trend in enforcement actions that correlate to the number of approved BMPs. All BMP enforcement actions are effectively addressed (see also BMP 58) due to having appropriate maintenance agreements and an enforcement response plan. SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year BMP reviews, inspection activities, and enforcement activities. 57 Number of BMP enforcement actions Enforcements 60 60 59 59 58 58 57 57 56 56 2017 2018 2019 Based on the expected increasing trend of BMP enforcements (timely addressed under BMP 58) correlating to ongoing development throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 56 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 53 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 53 are utilize matrix of BMPs on BMP toolbox and maintain existing strategies for developments to implement appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run-off. Program operations and activities were completed by developing and implementing an on-line BMP toolbox. Annual internal reviews of as -built BMP projects identify consistent development projects follow rules. The majority of constructed Plan Area post - construction BMPs (i.e., bioretention and pervious area) are identified to have water quality benefits, according to a December 23, 2016 Geosyntec Bacteria and Nutrient Best Management Practice Strategy Review Report (see BMP 51 above). MSD records and SWMP Annual Reports documents BMP development process and each Plan Year project review. Based on development projects consistently following rules and majority of approved projects are documented to benefit water quality throughout the Plan Area this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 50 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 54 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description of SWMP BMP 54 is co-permittees with room for development, review and update parking ordinances and/or polices, as needed. The purpose of this BMP is to reduce impervious parking areas and reduce barriers to incorporating green infrastructure into parking areas. Program operations and activities were completed by selecting co-permittees, providing review guidelines, and summarize findings. The summary identified encouraging responses that include meeting or exceeding some of the Stormwater Best Management Practices Post -Construction Recommendations — Addressing Legal Impediments and Mandated Impervious 58 Areas, February 2011 report criteria, changes adopted, and explanations how reducing impervious is not prohibited, but encouraged in communities SWMP Annual Reports documents review guidelines and specific co-permittees responses. Based on green infrastructure water quality benefits (BMP numbers 51 and 53), this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP is modified to survey co-permittees with supplemental practices to reduce impervious parking areas and incorporate green infrastructure. This BMP can be found as BMP number 51 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 55 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 55 are maintain optional conceptual review process providing developers with plan review assessment of appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run-off. Program operations and activities were completed by making service available, filing project reviews, and tracking number of reviews. A positive increasing trend of reviews is identified, as shown in following graph. MSD records project reviews and SWMP Annual Reports documents number of reviews each Plan Year. Number of conceptual reviews 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2017 2018 2019 Based on a positive increasing trend of reviews requests supporting conceptual reviews service throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 52 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 56 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 56 are to provide developers and plan reviewers guidelines to implement BMPs that protect sensitive areas, minimize stormwater pollution, and utilize effective BMPs. Program operations and activities were completed by developing and making available Site Design Guidance -Tools 59 for Incorporating Post -Construction Stormwater Quality Protection into Concept Plans and Land Disturbance Permitting. A positive consistent trend of co- permittees implementing either this document or something equivalent is identified (BMP Number 57). Annual reviews of applicable co-permittees projects identify guidelines followed consistently. SWMP Annual Reports documents Site Design Guidance -Tools for Incorporating Post -Construction Stormwater Quality Protection into Concept Plans and Land Disturbance Permitting availability and co-permittee project reviews every Plan Year. Based on a positive consistent trend of reported co-permittees implementation of guidelines and positive project implementation reviews throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. To ensure guidelines are following current practices, this BMP is modified to review and update the nearly 13 -year old Site Design Guidance -Tools for Incorporating Post - Construction Stormwater Quality Protection into Concept Plans and Land Disturbance Permitting in year 5 of the 2021-2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 53 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 57 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 57 are use pre -condition assessment with early stage project planning to requires developers and permittees to assess site development conditions early. Program operations and activities are completed by tracking the number of co-permittees implementing either MSD's Site Design Guidance -Tools for Incorporating Post -Construction Stormwater Quality Protection into Concept Plans and Land Disturbance Permitting or equivalent guidelines addressed in above BMP Number 57. A positive consistent trend of co-permittees are identified implementing guidelines, as shown in the following graph. Annual reviews of applicable co-permittees projects, under BMP Number 57, identify guidelines are followed consistently. SWMP Annual Reports documents the number of guidelines implemented and each co-permittee project reviews every Plan Year. 60 Number of procedures 60 50 40 -a 30 u 4 20 10 0 sJ 5.1 '_017 2018 2010 Based on a positive consistent trend of reported co-permittees implementation of guidelines and positive project implementation reviews throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. The BMP has been modified to require co-permittees to access and update their procedures (year 1), as needed, in our 2021 through 2026 draft SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 54 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 58 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 58 are inspect all water quality BMPs and use key performance indicators to demonstrate compliance to ensure long-term operation of BMPs. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking 3 -year inspections, BMP owner annual report submittals, and enforcement actions. MSD also annually reviews and records 4 different types of BMP construction inspections. Positive increasing trends of 3 -year inspections and expected enforcements, shown in the below graph, correlates to number of active constructed BMPs. Construction inspections reviews identify checklists and procedures followed consistently. MSD records and SWMP Annual Reports documents each Plan Year inspections, owner annual reports, and construction reviews. 61 Number of inspections and enforcement actions 1,600 1,400 1,200 21,000 0 w 800 0. 600 400 200 inspections, 1,362 _ Number of inspections, 999 Number of ''03, •rof BMP- _ ': i,. 777 r emerrl .ns, 83 r er of BMP r rcement ions 45 ero :' ' rcement ons, : 2017 2018 2019 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Based on expected increasing trends of inspections and enforcements, a positive consistent trend of ongoing construction inspection reviews throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 57 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. Minimum Control Measure Number 6, Pollution Prevention Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations (MCM6) Refer to Appendix C, Table 6 for MCM6 BMP numbers 59 through 68 that are implemented to comply with MCM6 of the permit. SWMP BMP Number 59 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 59 are provide annual training to all MSD, municipal, and St. Louis County employees who work in municipal operations impacted by stormwater to prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking number of co-permittee applicable staff trained, how co-permittee staff are trained, and number of MSD training events. A positive consistent trend of staff training is identified and MSD is achieving completing the annual targeted number of training events. Social indicators identify an overall positive behavior change according to the public survey. SWMP Annual Reports documents each co-permittees number of staff trained and training method. 62 Number trained 250 - 200 150 100 50 0 2017 201,1 2015 Based on a consistent trend of co-permittee training and MSD training events, and overall positive behavior change social indicators throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 58 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 60 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 60 are to list all operational facilities that are subject to MCM 6 and subject to No Exposure certification to ensure all co- permittee owned or operated municipal activities address stormwater discharge. Program operations and activities were completed by documenting co-permittee notifications and reminders to list facilities subject to MCM6 in their written Operation and Maintenance programs and keep up on their No Exposure Certifications. Under BMPs 61, 65, 67, and 68, MSD updated the February 2005 dated Operation and Maintenance Program Model Template for co-permittees in 2018. A new section E in Chapter 1, was added to the template as a place for co- permittees to record No Exposure status. A positive increasing trend of co- permittee reported Operation and Maintenance Programs is identified, as shown the following graph. SWMP Annual Reports documents Plan Year notifications, reminders and the template update. 63 Number of copermittee programs 0 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 4s 45 44 2027 2018 2019 Based on a positive trend of reported programs and next term permit requirements to specifically list industrial operations NPDES permit numbers and no exposure certifications, this BMP is effective and will continue in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. To address the next term permit requirements to specifically list industrial operations NPDES permit numbers and no exposure certifications, this BMP is modified to maintain current lists of MCM6 applicable facilities, SIC NPDES facilities as applicable and No Exposure Certified facilities as applicable in operation and maintenance program plans. This BMP can be found as BMP number 59 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Numbers 61, 65, 67, and 68 evaluation and effectiveness determination The descriptions of SWMPs BMP Numbers 61, 65, 67, and 68 includes maintain a written Operation and Maintenance Program. The purpose of these BMPs includes: 1) Ensuring municipal operations applicable BMPs are properly installed and maintained, 2) Prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations, and 3) Assess and mitigate water quality impacts for new flood management projects. Program operations and activities includes MSD updating the February 2005 dated Operation and Maintenance Program Model Template for co-permittees in 2018. A positive increasing trend of co-permittee reported Operation and Maintenance Programs is identified, as shown the following graph. Recorded co- permittee annual MS4 reports and SWMP Annual Reports documents Plan Year inspections, template update, and implemented programs. 64 Number of copermittee programs 0 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 4s 45 44 2027 _018 2010 Based on a positive trend of reported programs, this BMP is effective and will continue in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. This BMP will be modified, to address facility listing referenced in BMP Number 60, to access and update, as applicable, programs in years 1 and 5. These BMPs can be found as BMP Numbers 63, 65, and 69 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 62 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 62 are maintain a written inspection checklist template for performing inspections to ensure BMPs are properly installed and maintained. Program operations and activities were completed by making a checklist available for co-permittees and provide it at MSD annual training events. A positive trend of neither no IDD findings nor IDD complaints records are identified in the Plan Area. SWMP Annual Reports documents checklists distribution. Based on continued checklist availability and positive trend of neither no IDD findings nor IDD complaints records in the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 64 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 63 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 63 are install BMPs (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) with construction of municipal facilities and roadways, where feasible to provide pollutant controls with projects. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking BMPs (starting year 2) installed. A positive increasing trend of co-permittees reporting installed BMPs is identified, as shown in following graph. Co-permittee annual MS4 reports and SWMP Annual Reports documents BMP types installed in each Plan Year. 65 Number reporting BMPs co•permlttees )5 20 15 10 5 0 2017 201'S _2.10 Based on a positive increasing trend of co-permittees reporting BMPs, throughout the Plan Area, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 60 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 64 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 64 are track salt application rates to set baseline key performance indicator of salt application rates to prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from deicing operations. Program operations and activities were completed by tracking salt application rates, storm events, de-icing BMPs, and alternative de-icing materials usage. A positive decreasing trend in salt application rates is identified (see below graph), correlating to a decreasing trend in chloride concentrations in several streams. Kiefer Creek was delisted on the 2020 303(d) list based upon meeting the chloride water quality standard. SWMP Annual Reports documents co-permittee salt application rates, storm events, de-icing BMPs, and alternative de-icing materials usage E .13 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Salt application (lb/In mi) and weather events 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 66 Based on positive decreasing trend in salt application rates and noted water quality improvements, this BMP is effective and will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 61 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. SWMP BMP Number 66 evaluation and effectiveness determination The description and purpose of SWMP BMP 66 are to maintain written guidelines for MSD to follow when preparing preliminary engineering project studies to assess water quality impacts for new flood management projects. Program operations and activities were completed by MSD maintaining the MSD Preliminary Studies - Guidelines for Preparing Preliminary Engineering Project Studies guidelines. As part of the guidelines, MSD staff works with the modeling group to prepare a hydraulic model of the system to analyze the hydraulic capacity of the existing and proposed stormwater or sanitary sewers. Staff must refer to the document Evaluation of Water Quality Impacts for Flood Management Projects dated June 12, 2017, to mitigate water quality impacts of new storm sewers. SWMP Annual Reports documents these guidelines implemented each Plan Year. Based on a similar permit requirement in the next term SWMP, this BMP will continue unmodified in the 2021 through 2026 SWMP. This BMP can be found as BMP number 68 in our 2021-2026 draft SWMP. 67 Appendix A, St. Louis County SWMP Co-permittees 1. City of Ballwin 2. City of Bellefontaine 3. City of Bel -Ridge 4. City of Berkeley 5. City of Black Jack 6. City of Breckenridge Hills 7. City of Brentwood 8. City of Bridgeton 9. City of Calverton Park 10. City of Charlack 11. City of Chesterfield 12. City of Clarkson Valley 13. City of Clayton 14. City of Cool Valley 15. City of Crestwood 16. City of Creve Coeur 17. City of Dellwood 18. City of Des Peres 19. City of Ellisville 20. City of Fenton 21. City of Ferguson 22. City of Florissant 23. City of Frontenac 24. City of Glendale 25. City of Green Park 26. City of Hazelwood 27. City of Jennings 28. City of Kirkwood 29. City of Ladue 30. City of Lakeshire 31. City of Manchester 32. City of Maryland Heights 33. City of Moline Acres 34. City of Normandy 35. City of Northwoods 36. City of Oakland 37. City of Olivette 38. City of Overland 39. City of Pagedale 40. City of Richmond Heights 41. City of Rock Hill 42. City of Shrewsbury 43. City of St. Ann 44. City of St. John 45. City of Sunset Hills 46. City of Town & Country 47. City of University City 48. City of Valley Park 49. City of Vinita Park 50. City of Warson Woods 51. City of Webster Groves 52. City of Wildwood 53. City of Winchester 54. City of Woodson Terrace 55. St. Louis County 56. Town of Norwood Court 57. Village of Bel -Nor 58. Village of Hanley Hills 59. Village of Marlborough 60. Village of Riverview 61. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (coordinating authority for implementation of SWMP) 68 Appendix B, St. Louis County SWMP Co-permittees Contact Information Co-Permittee First Name Last Name Title Phone Email City of Ballwin Jim Link Superintendent of Streets (636)207-2320 jlink@ballwin.mo.us Cityof Bellefontaine Neighbors Deni Donovan City Clerk (314) 867-0076 ddonovan@cityofbn.com Cityof Bel -Ridge Cary Hemdon Public Works Supervisor (314) 267-6846 chemdon@bel-ridge.us City of Berkeley Keith White Superintendent (314)400-3780 white@ci.berkeley.mo.us Cityof Black Jack Vijay Bhasin Director of Public Works (314) 355-0400 cityengineer@cityofblackjack.com City of Breckenridge Hills George Mudd Building Inspector (314) 427-6868 gmudd@breckenridge-hills.mo.us Cityof Brentwood Dan Gummersheimer Building Official (314) 963-8643 dgummersheimer@brentwoodmo.org Cityof Bridgeton Robert Gunn Director of Public Works (314) 739-7665 rgunn@bridgetonmo.com City of Calverton Park James Paunovich Chairman, Board of Trustees (314) 524-1212 calverton.park@sbcglobal.net City of Charlack Peter Daub Director of Public Works (314)427-4715 pdaub@cityofchadack.com City of Chesterfield James Eckrich PW Director/City Engineer (636) 537-4764 jeckrich@chesterfield.mo.us City of Clarkson Valley Michele McMahon City Clerk (636) 227-8607 cvcityhall@charter.net City of Clayton Spencer Litteken Civil Engineer (314)290-8575 slitteken@claytonmo.gov City of Cool Valley Deborah Jones City Clerk (314) 521-3500 cvcityclerk@yahoo.com City of Crestwood James Gillam Director of Public Works (314) 729-4722 jgillam@cityofcrestwood.org City ofCreveCoeur Matt Wohlberg City Engineer (314)442-2084 mwohlberg@ci.creve-coeur.mo.us Cityof Dellwood Marvin Crumer Public Services Director (314) 869-8686 mcrumer@cityofdellwoodmo.com Cityof Des Peres Stephen Meyer Director of Public Works (314) 835-6130 smeyer@desperesmo.org City ofEllisville John Collins City Engineer (636) 227-9660 jcollins@ellisville.mo.us Cityof Fenton Dan Howard Project/Code Enforcement Mgr (636) 349-8155 dhoward@fentonmo.org City of Ferguson Matthew Unrein Director of Public Works (314) 524-4721 munrein@fergusoncity.com Cityof Florissant Tom Goldkamp Civil Engineer (314) 839-7643 tgoldkamp@florissantmo.com Cityof Frontenac Jeff Wappelhorst Building Commissioner (314) 994-0646 jwappelhorst@cityoffrontenac.org City of Glendale Ben DeClue City Administrator (314) 965-3600 bdeclue@glendalemoorg City of Green Park James Mello City Administrator (314) 894-7336 jmello@cityofgreenpark.com Cityof Hazelwood Nikki Miller Project Manager (314)513-5031 mmmiller@hazelwoodmo.org City of Jennings Jim Maixner Int. Dir. Public Works streets & parks (314) 381-7184 jmaixner@cityofjennings.org Cityof Kirkwood Chris Pflasterer Assistant Public Works Director (314) 822-5819 pflastce@kirkwoodmo.org Cityof Ladue Anne Lamitola Director of Public Works (314) 993-5665 alamitola@cityofladue-mo.gov City of Lakeshire Tim Seher Mayor, City ofLakeshire (314)605-3578 lakeshiremayor@aol.com City of Manchester Bob Ruck Director of Public Works (636) 227-1385 rruck@manchestermo.gov Cityof Maryland Heights Cliff Baber Construction Manager (314) 738-2258 cbaber@marytandheights.com Cityof Moline Acres Dennis DeShay Public Works Director (314) 868-2433 ddeshay@molineacres.org City of Normandy Rodney Jarrett Director of Public Works (314) 267-3695 rjarrett@cityofnormandy.gov Cityof Northwoods Denise Griffan City Administrator (314) 385-8000 dgriffin@cityofnorthwoods.com City of Oakland Deborah LeMoine City Administrator (314)416-0026 oaklandcityhall@sbcglobal.net City of Olivette Bruce McGregor Director of Public Works (314) 993-0252 bmcgregor@olivettemo.com City of Overland Jason McConachie City Administrator (314) 952-1952 jmcconachie@overiandmo.org Cityof Pagedale Craig Lovings Public Works Director (314) 803-9204 cityclerk@cityofpagedale.org Cityof Richmond Heights Chris Boyd Director of Public Works (314) 655-3670 cboyd@richmondheights.org City of Rock Hill Al Hayden Director of Parks & Recreation (314) 561-4304 ahayden@rockhillmo.net Cityof Shrewsbury Tony Wagner Public Works Superintendent (314) 645-7441 twagner@cityofshrewsbury.com City of St. Ann Mark Payken Director of PublicSensces (314)427-8009 rmeyer@stannmo.org City of St. John James Phillips Director of Public Works (314)427-8700 jphillips@cityofstjohn.org City of Sunset Hills Bryson Baker Director of Public Works (314) 849-3400 bbaker@sunset-hills.com City of Town & Country Craig Wilde Director of Public Works (314) 587-2824 wildecj@town-andcountry.org Cityof University City Jennifer Wendt Project Manager (314) 505-8562 jwendt@ucitymo.org City of Valley Park Gerald Martin Director of Public Works (636) 225-8930 gmartin@valleyparkmo.org City ofVinita Park Gerald French Public Works Director (314)428-7373 publicworks@vinitapark.org Cityof Warson Woods Michael Dell'Orco Acting City Engineer (314) 965-3100 michael.dellorco@att.net City of Webster Groves Michael Hamey Building Commissioner (314) 963-5317 hameym@webstergroves.org City ofWildwood Rick Brown Director of Public Works (636)405-2024 rbrown@cityofwildwood.com Cityof Winchester Barbara Beckett City Administrator (636) 391-0600 cityhall@city.winchestermo.us City of Woodson Terrace Doug Zaiz Director of Public Works (314)427-2600 dzaiz@woodsonterrace.net St. Louis County Ray Gawlik Storm Water Manager (314) 615-8157 RGawlik@stlouisco.com Town of Norwood Court Dennis Callahan Town Clerk & Attorney (314) 764-4500 dlcallahan@callahanlaw.net Village of Bel -Nor William Hook Mayor Pro-Tem (314)382-5786 hooks2809@gmail.com Village of Hanley Hills Dorothy Matthews Village Clerk/Office Administrator (314) 725-0909 clerkhanhills@gmail.com Village of Marlborough Joy Drennan Village Adminstrator (314) 962-5055 jpd_villageclerk@sbcglobal.net Village of Riverview Phil Crimi Street Department Supervisor (314) 868-0700 dfitzgerald@riverviewmo.org Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Jason Peterein Program Manager (314) 436-8714 jtpete@stlmsd.com 69 Appendix C, St. Louis County SWMP BMP Tables 70 Table 1 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.1.1.1 1 Query MSD Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System for active industrial entities. Maintain list of active industrial entities who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co-permittees with a list of industrial stormwater sources. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. 2 Query MSD Environmental Compliance Pretreatment Information Management System for approved commercial haul- waste vendors. Maintain list of active commercial individual waste haulers who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co-permittees with a list of waste haulers. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. 3 Query MSD Asset Management System for list of active food service and restaurant establishment facilities. Maintain list of active food service and restaurant establishments who could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co-permittees with a list of food service and restaurant establishments. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. 4 Survey trade associations (such as Home Builders Association, Associated General Contractors, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Property Managers) involved with land disturbance, land development, and property management activities. Maintain list of trade associations with members that could have a significant stormwater impact. MSD Provide co-permittees with list of trade associations. Develop list and distribute to co- permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. 5 Query municipal building permit databases for active major land disturbance contractors. Maintain list of contractors that could have a significant stormwater impact. All Provide co permittees with a list of contractors who are currently engaged in major land disturbance activities. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of p plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of p plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of p plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of p plan year. Update list and distribute to co-permittees by end of p plan year. List updated, distributed, and filed. 6 Collect stormwater education survey. Develop a baseline of water quality and nonpoint source pollution awareness and behaviors, and identify target audiences for future SWMP revisions. MSD Develop a baseline of public water quality awareness in service area. Develop survey questions, complete third party survey, record and analyze findings. None None None Complete third party survey, record and analyze findings. Awareness baseline developed. 7 Develop database of all K-12 public and private school districts in plan area. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Maintain a comprehensive database of schools and contacts, which could be information outlets. Develop database of schools and contacts by end of plan year Maintain database of schools and designated contacts. Maintain database of schools and designated contacts. Maintain database of schools and designated contacts. Maintain database of schools and designated contacts. Database developed. Track schools providing stormwater education. 4.2.1.1.2 8 Develop and distribute stormwater messages for MSD bills and websites. Topics would include littering, pet waste, yard management (including nutrient application), individual sewage disposal systems, winter deicing, swimming pools, and household hazardous waste. Reach plan area customers with concise messages on MSD bills and websites. MSD Greater awareness of best practices to protect water quality. None Develop message library by end of the plan year. Distribute messages on MSD bills and websites. Record number of MSD bills mailed and website pages views/hits. Distribute messages on MSD bills and websites. Record number of MSD bills mailed and website pages views/hits. Distribute messages on MSD bills and websites. Record number of MSD bills mailed and website pages views/hits. Message library developed and representative copies of bills filed. Track number of bills sent with messages. Track number of website page hits and views. 71 Table 1 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.1.1.2 9 Maintain and provide library of stormwater education materials. Provide brochures, flyers, and other media that can be used at public events and upon request. MSD Provide education to various audiences. Maintain adequate supply of existing educational materials that address general awareness and pollutant sources in the SWMP for target audiences, individuals, and households. Maintain adequate supply of existing educational materials that address general awareness and pollutant sources in the SWMP for target audiences, individuals, and households. Maintain adequate supply of existing educational materials that address general awareness and pollutant sources in the SWMP for target audiences, individuals, and households. Maintain adequate supply of existing educational materials that address general awareness and pollutant sources in the SWMP for target audiences, individuals, and households. Maintain adequate supply of existing educational materials that address general awareness and pollutant sources in the SWMP for target audiences, individuals, and households. Materials developed and available for distribution. 10 Provide presentations and educational materials to families and homeowners. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis County Animal Control quarterly, starting 2017 fourth calendar quarter. St. Louis Animal Control distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis County Animal Control quarterly. St. Louis Animal Control distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis County Animal Control quarterly. St. Louis Animal Control distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis County Animal Control quarterly. St. Louis Animal Control distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis County Animal Control quarterly. St. Louis Animal Control distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Track number of brochures provided to St. Louis County Animal Control. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis humane society quarterly. Humane Society distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis humane society quarterly. Humane Society distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis humane society quarterly. Humane Society distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Provide pet waste brochures to St. Louis humane society quarterly. Humane Society distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Providepet waste brochures to St. Louis humane society quarterly. Humane Society distributes pet waste brochures during adoptions. Track number of brochures provided to St. Louis Humane Society. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. None Partner with environmental organization (such as the Missouri Botanical Garden Earthways Center) to offer at least two education events on stormwater management. Record class attendance. Partner with environmental organization (such as the Missouri Botanical Garden Earthways Center) to offer at least two education events on stormwater management. Record class attendance. Partner with environmental organization (such as the Missouri Botanical Garden Earthways Center) to offer at least two education events on stormwater management. Record class attendance. Partner with environmental organization (such as the Missouri Botanical Garden Earthways Center) to offer at least two education events on stormwater management. Record class attendance. Classes completed and attendance tracked (starting in year 2). MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Partner with environmental organization (such as St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home) to: 1) support distribution of education material and 2) provide stormwater management education to landowners. Record education material distributed. Partner with environmental organization (such as St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home) to: 1) support distribution of education material and 2) provide stormwater management education to landowners. Record education material distributed. Partner with environmental organization (such as St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home) to: 1) support distribution of education material and 2) provide stormwater management education to landowners. Record education material distributed. Partner with environmental organization (such as St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home) to: 1) support distribution of education material and 2) provide stormwater management education to landowners. Record education material distributed. Partner with environmental organization (such as St. Louis Audubon Society Bring Conservation Home) to: 1) support distribution of education material and 2) provide stormwater management education to landowners. Record education material distributed. Education completed. Track type and number of material distributed. 72 Table 1 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.1.1.2 11 Post pet waste signs in parks. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. St. Louis County and Municipalities Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Post pet waste signs in each city and St. Louis County owned park. Record and report on number of pet waste signs posted. Post pet waste signs in each city and St. Louis County owned park. Record and report on number of pet waste signs posted. Post pet waste signs in each city and St. Louis County owned park. Record and report on number of pet waste signs posted. Post pet waste signs in each city and St. Louis County owned park. Record and report on number of pet waste signs posted. Post pet waste signs in each city and St. Louis County owned park. Record and report on number of pet waste signs posted. Track number of parks and posted pet waste signs. 4.2.1.1.3 12 Maintain database of community partners with water pollution education interests. Know partners that can work with MSD to Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. See MCM 2 for utilization. MSD Provide participation opportunities, in MCM2, to individuals and groups. Develop database of individuals, partners, and activities. Update database of individuals, partners, and activities. Distribute activities list to individuals and groups. Update database of individuals, partners, and activities. Distribute activities list to individuals and groups. Update database of individuals, partners, and activities. Distribute activities list to individuals and groups. Update database of individuals, partners, and activities. Distribute activities list to individuals and groups. List updated, distributed (starting in year 2), and filed. See also material distribution, presentation, and MCM2 BMPs. 4.2.1.1.4 13 Provide educational materials to industrial entities, waste haulers, and food service and restaurant establishments. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Provide educational materials to industrial entities and waste haulers. Distribute fats, oils, and grease brochure at MSD food service and restaurant establishment inspections. Distribute IDD brochure at MSD, pretreatment inspections. Record number of material distributed. Provide educational materials to industrial entities and waste haulers. Distribute fats, oils, and grease brochure at MSD food service and restaurant establishment inspections. Distribute IDD brochure at MSD, pretreatment inspections. Record number of material distributed. Provide educational materials to industrial entities and waste haulers. Distribute fats, oils, and grease brochure at MSD food service and restaurant establishment inspections. Distribute IDD brochure at MSD, pretreatment inspections. Record number of material distributed. Provide educational materials to industrial entities and waste haulers. Distribute fats, oils, and grease brochure at MSD food service and restaurant establishment inspections. Distribute IDD brochure at MSD, pretreatment inspections. Record number of material distributed. Provide educational materials to industrial entities and waste haulers. Distribute fats, oils, and grease brochure at MSD food service and restaurant establishment inspections. Distribute IDD brochure at MSD, pretreatment inspections. Record number of material distributed. Material distribution completed. Track number of material distributed. 14 Provide presentations and educational materials to trade associations, schools, and watershed groups Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change within trade associations that is topical to their industry. None Permittee group will offer one meeting with trade associations. Record materials distributed Permittee group will offer one meeting with trade associations. Record materials distributed Permittee group will offer one meeting with trade associations. Record materials distributed Permittee group will offer one meeting with trade associations. Record materials distributed Meetings (starting in year 2) completed. Track number of meetings and material distributed. Records saved in MSD files. Co-permittees Increase awareness and positive behavior change MSD will distribute education material at a minimum of 6 requested presentations or information booths. Record event material distributed and attendance. MSD will distribute education material at a minimum 6 requested presentations or presentations information booths. Record event material distributed and attendance. All permittees that distribute material at events will report material distributed and estimated attendance. MSD will distribute education material at a minimum 6 requested or presentations information booths. Record event material distributed and attendance. All permittees that distribute material at events will report material distributed and estimated attendance. MSD will distribute education material at a minimum 6 requested or information booths. Record event material distributed and attendance. All permittees that distribute material at events will report material distributed and estimated attendance. MSD will distribute education material at a minimum 6 requested presentations or information booths. Record event material distributed and attendance. All permittees that distribute material at events will report material distributed and estimated attendance. Events completed. Track p number of events and material distributed. Records saved in copermittees files. 73 Table 1 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.1.1.4 15 Partner with community organizations to provide stormwater information to a broad audience. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area sports venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area sports venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area sports venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area sports venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area sports venue. Track type and number of material distributed. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Earth Day in Forest Park. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Earth Day in Forest Park. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Earth Day in Forest Park. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Earth Day in Forest Park. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Earth Day in Forest Park. Track type and number of material distributed. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. None Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Home and Garden Show. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Home and Garden Show. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Home and Garden Show. Host Information booth and record what and how many material distributed at St. Louis Home and Garden Show. Track type and number of material distributed. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area amusement or recreation venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area amusement or recreation venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area amusement or recreation venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area amusement or recreation venue. Develop and distribute stormwater information at a St. Louis area amusement or recreation venue. Track type and number of material distributed. 16 Develop and advertise videos to be utilized in social media platforms. Develop concise messages that can be used on MSD and partner social media P latforms. MSD Provide education to broad audiences Develop two videos that can be utilized in the desired format Provide or purchase minimum 10,000 spots per year. Record number of plays. s Provide or purchase minimum 10,000 spots per year. Record number of plays. Provide or purchase minimum 10,000 spots per year. Record number of plays. Provide or purchase minimum 10,000 spots per year. Record number of Videos developed and track number of online plays. Table 2 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.2.1.1 17 Post SWMP on MSD's website for 30 days. Announce the SWMP is available to review, using e-mail and social media. Provide opportunity for input on the SWMP. MSD Comply with permit requirement for public notice. Revised SWMP posted on MSD stormwater section and social media platforms for 30 days. Revised SWMP e -mailed to stakeholders None None None 4th term SWMP posted on MSD stormwater section and social media platforms for at least 10 days. Revised SWMP e - mailed to stakeholders SWMP e -mailed and posted on MSD website/social media platforms. Record all comments to the SWMP. 4.2.2.1.2 18 Hold a meeting at MSD's office. Provide advance notice on MSD's website and by e-mail. Provide opportunity for input on the SWMP. MSD Comply with permit requirement for public meeting. Revised SWMP public meeting notice posted on MSD stormwater section at least 72 hours before meeting. None None None 4th term SWMP public meeting notice posted on MSD stormwater section at least 72 hours before meeting. SWMP meeting announcement posted on MSD website. File meeting minutes. 4.2.2.1.3 19 Maintain a list of outlets to provide information. Send letter or e-mail inviting comment in advance of finalizing SWMP. Maintain contact with stakeholder organizations I and their leadership. MSD Provide education and participation opportunities to target g audiences. Send a letter or e-mail to contacts on list, offering opportunity to comment pp y on the revised SWMP. Review and update list annual) y' Review and update list annual) y' Review and update list annual) y' Send a letter or e-mail to contacts on list, offering opportunity to comment pp y on the 4th term SWMP. List developed and communication sent. 4.2.2.1.4 20 Invite citizens to provide representation on the steering committee, with goal of including 2 citizens on steering committee Provide opportunity for input on the SWMP MSD Provide participation opportunities pp interested citizens Send a letter or e-mail invitation to at least 10 citizen contacts. Based on interest, select 2 parties to participate on the committee. None None Send a letter or e-mail invitation to at least 10 citizen contacts. Based on interest, select 2 parties to participate on the committee. None SWMP notification opportunities developed. 4.2.2.1.5 21 Participate in at least one cleanup event annually. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. All Prevent disposal of wastes in waterways. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. MSD will organize with partner organizations one or more annual stream or neighborhood clean-up events to cover the Plan Area. Each co-permittee will participate with a planned event, or participate in their own stream or neighborhood clean-up activity in the community. Record participation activity. Co-permittee group will provide equipment, in- kind sponsorship, staff support, and/or financial sponsorship, for Confluence Trash Bash, River des Peres Trash Bash, and Operation Clean Stream. Record participation activity. Co-permittee group will provide equipment, in- kind sponsorship, staff support, and/or financial sponsorship, for Confluence Trash Bash, River des Peres Trash Bash, and Operation Clean Stream. Record participation activity. Co-permittee group will provide equipment, in- kind sponsorship, staff support, and/or financial sponsorship, for Confluence Trash Bash, River des Peres Trash Bash, and Operation Clean Stream. Record participation activity. Co-permittee group will provide equipment, in - kind sponsorship, staff support, and/or financial sponsorship, for Confluence Trash Bash, River des Peres Trash Bash, and Operation Clean Stream. Record participation activity. Clean-ups completed. Track number of participants and waste amounts collected. 75 Table 2 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.2.1.5 22 Continue to operate two household hazardous waste drop- off facilities. Provide safe and economical outlet for household hazardous waste disposal St. Louis County Prevent disposal of wastes in waterways. Increase awareness and positive behavior change. Operate the two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities and record participation and the amount of household hazardous waste collected. Operate the two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities and record participation and the amount of household hazardous waste collected. Operate the two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities and record participation and the amount of household hazardous waste collected. Operate the two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities and record participation and the amount of household hazardous waste collected. Operate the two household hazardous waste drop-off facilities and record participation and the amount of household hazardous waste collected. Two locations remain open. Track number of participants and waste amounts collected. 4.2.2.1.6 23 Provide training to educators, watershed group members, and others on how to use the Enviroscape® watershed models. Engage citizen volunteers on how to educate students on sources of pollution and best practices, providing additional resources. MSD Provide additional resources/labor who can help with education on sources of stormwater pollution and best practices Provide or partner with environmental organization to provide an annual workshop on how to use the model. Provide or partner with environmental organization to provide an annual workshop on how to use the model. Provide or partner with environmental organization to provide an annual workshop on how to use the model. Provide or partner with environmental organization to provide an annual workshop on how to use the model. Provide or partner with environmental organization to provide an annual workshop on how to use the model. Classes completed and track attendance. 24 Provide Enviroscape ® watershed models for community use. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Provide opportunity to increase awareness and positive behavior change. Target 50 presentations, maintain reservation tracking database, and record presentations. Target 50 presentations, maintain reservation tracking database, and record presentations. Target 50 presentations, maintain reservation tracking database, and record presentations. Target 50 presentations, maintain reservation tracking database, and record presentations. Target 50 presentations, maintain reservation tracking database, and record presentations. Track number of presentations completed. 25 Provide storm drain marker instructions and equipment to citizen volunteers. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Provide opportunity to increase awareness and positive behavior change. Target 500 markers applied and record how many projects completed p p (markers and door hangers). Target 500 markers applied and record how many projects completed p p (markers and door hangers). Target 500 markers applied and record how many projects completed p p (markers and door hangers). Target 500 markers applied and record how many projects completed p p (markers and door hangers). Target 500 markers applied and record how many projects completed P p (markers and door hangers). Track number of markers and door hangers placed. 26 Develop storm drain marking GIS map. Maintain map of marked inlets. MSD Provide tool to facilitate participation opportunities. Develop GIS map layer, develop mapping procedures, record labeled inlets (new and from available past records). Maintain GIS map layer and record labeled inlets. Maintain GIS map layer and record labeled inlets. Maintain GIS map layer and record labeled inlets. Maintain GIS map layer and record labeled inlets. GIS map layer completed for use to direct public where they can label inlets. 27 Provide resources, as available, to residential, institutional, and commercial landowners and citizen volunteer organizations that promote green infrastructure and other healthy water programming. Foster nonpoint source pollution and water quality awareness in community. MSD Provide tools to facilitate education, increase awareness, and positive behavior change. Develop resource library of existing material (i.e., BMP O&M series brochures, websites). Distribute education material upon request via presentations/informatio n booths and mailings. g Record what, when, and who material distributed to. Update resource library of existing material (i.e., BMP O&M series brochures, websites). Distribute education material upon request via presentations/informatio n booths and mailings. g Record what, when, and who material distributed to. Update resource library of existing material (i.e., BMP O&M series brochures, websites). Distribute education material upon request via presentations/informatio n booths and mailings. g Record what, when, and who material distributed to. Update resource library of existing material (i.e., BMP O&M series brochures, websites). Distribute education material upon request via presentations/informatio n booths and mailings. g Record what, when, and who material distributed to. Update resource library of existing material (i.e., BMP O&M series brochures, websites). Distribute education material upon request via presentations/informatio n booths and mailings. Record what, when, and who material distributed to. Resource library completed and track number of material distributed. Provide opportunity to increase awareness and positive behavior change. None None None Develop and provide rainscaping small grants program and record rainscaping projects Provide rainscaping small grants program and record rainscaping projects Track number of rainscaping projects approved and installed. 76 Table 3 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.3.1.1 28 Maintain GIS system showing constructed MS4 outfalls and receiving streams. View outfalls in plan area watersheds. MSD Permit compliance. Maintain map of constructed outfalls on GIS. Maintain map of constructed outfalls on GIS. Maintain map of constructed outfalls on GIS. Maintain map of constructed outfalls on GIS. Maintain map of constructed outfalls on GIS. Constructed outfalls mapped. 29 Use map update work orders to track any modifications to the sewer map. Keep current information on storm sewer system in plan area watersheds MSD Permit compliance. Maintain work order records of map updates. Maintain work order records of map updates. Maintain work order records of map updates. Maintain work order records of map updates. Maintain work order records of map updates. Maps updates completed through work orders. 4.2.3.1.2 30 Enforce MSD ordinance 15048, and other ordinances as required. Provides MSD legal authority to address illicit discharges. MSD Permit compliance. Enforce MSD Ordinance. Record enforcement actions. Enforce MSD Ordinance. Record enforcement actions. Enforce MSD Ordinance. Record enforcement actions. Enforce MSD Ordinance. Record enforcement actions. Enforce MSD Ordinance. Record enforcement actions. Ordinance developed and enforced. Track number of enforcement actions. 4.2.3.1.3 31 Survey all natural channels identified on stormwater GIS map once per 5 years. Detect and eliminate illicit discharges. MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Survey 280 miles of storm channels for illicit discharges. Record mileage, findings, and resolutions. Survey 280 miles of storm channels for illicit discharges. Record mileage, findings, and resolutions. Survey 280 miles of storm channels for illicit discharges. Record mileage, findings, and resolutions. Survey 280 miles of storm channels for illicit discharges. Record mileage, findings, and resolutions. Survey 280 miles of storm channels for illicit discharges. Record mileage, findings, and resolutions. Track mileage, findings from surveys, and resolutions. 32 Respond to reports of illegal dumping. Detect and eliminate illicit discharges . MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Respond to customer complaints in accordance with the effective version of MSD's SOP for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests. Respond to customer complaints in accordance with the effective version of MSD's SOP for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests. Respond to customer complaints in accordance with the effective version of MSD's SOP for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests. Respond to customer complaints in accordance with the effective version of MSD's SOP for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests. Respond to customer complaints in accordance with the effective version of MSD's SOP for Customer Sewer Maintenance Requests. Track service requests, work orders, and resolutions. Initial response times comply with policy at least 90% of the occurrences. 4.2.3.1.4 33 Maintain operating procedures for field testing and surveying to help identify chemicals indicative of illicit discharge. Field screening provides for timely and efficient illicit source identification and elimination. MSD Provide tools to identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain field screening plan. Maintain field screening plan. Maintain field screening plan. Maintain field screening plan. Maintain field screening plan. Review and revise plan as needed. Standard operating procedures completed and update as needed. 4.2.3.1.5 34 Maintain and annually review findings from channel surveys. Previous findings inspected. Identify priority areas for potential monitoring and followup. MSD Ensures there is followup on potential sources. Review findings and inspect each as necessary to ensure 1 -in -5 year frequency is achieved. Review findings and inspect each as necessary to ensure 1 -in -5 year frequency is achieved. Review findings and inspect each as necessary to ensure 1 -in -5 year frequency is achieved. Review findings and inspect each as necessary to ensure 1 -in -5 year frequency is achieved. Review findings and inspect each as necessary to ensure 1 -in -5 year frequency is achieved. Annual review of all findings. All finding areas g inspected 1 -in -5 years, minimum. 35 Review representative water quality data collected by MSD to prioritize investigation areas. Use the water quality data that MSD collects to identify sources. MSD Identify reaches that are affected by sources. Allows development of a plan for sources. None Review water quality data and provide summary report comparing data to channel inspection findings, for 2017 WQ data. Review water quality data and provide summary report comparing data to channel inspection findings, for 2018 WQ data. Review water quality data and provide summary report comparing data to channel inspection findings, for 2019 WQ data. Review water quality data and provide summary report comparing data to channel inspection findings, for 2020 WQ data. Report submitted and filed. 36 Develop a tabular database and GIS layer of areas that may utilize individual sewage disposal systems (i.e., septic tanks). Have a database of areas with individual sewage disposal systems that could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations All Efficiently complete illicit discharge investigations None Identify possible files, databases, or other information that could contain such information. Using GIS, identify possible areas for investigation. Using GIS, identify possible areas for investigation. None Database developed. 77 Table 3 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.3.1.5 37 Develop a tabular database and GIS layer of properties that have participated in the sewer lateral repair program. Have a database of properties that have participated in the sewer lateral repair program that could be used to assist illicit discharge investigations All Efficiently complete illicit discharge investigations None None None Using GIS, review and survey existing plan area data sources. Using GIS, review and survey existing plan area data sources. Database developed. 4.2.3.1.6 38 Maintain operating procedures for tracing illicit discharges from g public sewer system. Timely detect and eliminate illicit discharges g within entire plan area MSD Have tools to identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain and implement standard operating P g procedures. Maintain and implement standard operating P g procedures. Maintain and implement standard operating p g procedures. Maintain and implement standard operating P g procedures. Maintain and implement standard operating p g procedures. Standard operating procedures completed P and updated as needed. 4.2.3.1.7 39 Maintain operating procedures for eliminating illicit discharges Timely elimination of illicit discharges MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Report number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Report number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Report number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Report number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Maintain and implement standard operating procedures. Report number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Revise procedures as needed. Track number of illicit discharges, resolved and outstanding. Standard operating procedures completed and updated as needed. 4.2.3.1.8 40 Maintain enforcement plan for addressing illicit discharges. Timely elimination of illicit discharges. MSD Identify illicit discharges and take enforcement action as necessary. Maintain and implement ordinance. Maintain and implement ordinance. Maintain and implement ordinance. Maintain and implement ordinance. Maintain and implement ordinance. SOP completed and updated as needed. 4.2.3.1.9 41 Maintain and distribute brochures, door hangers, and other g communication tools that inform about hazards associated with illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste. Foster stormwater nonpoint source pollution awareness and behavior change in community. MSD Provide education and increase awareness and positive behavior change. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of illicit discharge investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of illicit discharge investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of illicit discharge investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of illicit discharge investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as part of illicit discharge investigations. Number of educational material tracked. Analyze MCM1 education survey. None Review "location and numbers" to determine if modifications to MCM 1 activities is needed. None None Review "location and numbers" to determine if modification to MCM 1 activities is needed. Number of educational material tracked. Analyze MCM1 education survey. 4.2.3.1.10 42 Provide public outreach communications tools (brochures, etc.) to sources of non-stormwater discharge that could be substantial contributors of pollutants into the MS4, such as street cleaning, residential car washing, and residential swimming pools Foster stormwater NPS pollution awareness and behavior change in g community MSD Provide education and increase awareness and positive behavior change Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as g part of IDD investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as g part of IDD investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as g part of IDD investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangers provided as g part of IDD investigations. Record location and number of brochures and door hangersprovided as g part of IDD investigations. Number of educational material tracked. Analyze MCM1 Y education survey. 78 Table 4 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.4.1.1 43 Maintain list of regulatory mechanisms and active land disturbance programs. P g Ensure co-permittee land disturbance programs are implemented. P MSD Permit compliance. Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism. g Y Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism. g rY Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism. g Y Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism. g rY Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism. g ry Track number of copermittees programs. 44 Verify y regulatory authority. Ensure existing co- permittee land disturbance programs have authority. MSD Permit compliance Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism in the SWMP. Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism in the SWMP. Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism in the SWMP. Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism in the SWMP. Record each copermittees ordinance or other regulatory mechanism in the SWMP. Track copermittees programs See Appendix C 4.2.4.1.2 45 guidance Maintain written procedures and materials for operators P to follow. Prevent land disturbance related waste from leaving the land disturbance area. St. Louis County and Municipalities Waste sources contained by BMPs Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Track procedures completed. 4.2.4.1.3 46 Maintain written procedures and guidance materials for permittees to follow. Require development pre- construction planning See also MCM5. St. Louis County and Municipalities Appropriate sediment and erosion BMPs installed Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Record each copermittees written procedure Track procedures completed. 4.2.4.1.4 47 Maintain written procedures to receive (i.e., public complaint hotline) respond to, and track public inquiries and complaints. Provide timely customer response to complaints from land disturbance related waste leaving the land disturbance area. St. Louis County and Municipalities Permittees will follow procedures to ensure timely and appropriate responses. Notification to start recording each copermittees complaints/follow-up written procedure name in year 2 Record each copermittees complaints/follow-up written procedure name Record each copermittees complaints/follow-up written procedure name Record each copermittees complaints/follow-up written procedure name Record each copermittees complaints/follow-up written procedure name Track procedures completed. Reduce pollution leaving site by demonstrating timely response occurred. Notification to start recording each copermittees number of complaints and follow-up actions in year 2 Record each copermittees number of complaints and follow-up actions Record each copermittees number of complaints and follow-up actions Record each copermittees number of complaints and follow-up actions Record each copermittees number of complaints and follow-up actions Track number of copermittees complaint investigations (formal and informal). Maintain written procedures to receive (i.e., public complaint hotline) respond to, and track public inquiries and complaints. Provide timely customer response to complaints from land disturbance related waste leaving the land disturbance area. MSD Reduce pollution leaving site by demonstrating timely response occurred. Record number of findings, complaints, and g P response actions Record number of findings, complaints, and g P response actions Record number of findings, complaints, and g P response actions Record number of findings, complaints, and g P response actions Record number of findings, complaints, and g P response actions Track number of MSD MCM3 land disturbance findings. See also MCM3 79 Table 4 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.4.1.5 48 Maintain written procedures and checklists for permittees to follow during SWPPP inspections. To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. St. Louis County and Municipalities St. Louis County and municipailities will inspect that appropriate sediment and erosion BMPs are installed. Record each copermittees written procedure and checklist. Record each copermittees written procedure and checklist. Record each copermittees written procedure and checklist. Record each copermittees written procedure and checklist. Record each copermittees written procedure and checklist. Track procedures completed. 4.2.4.1.5.1 49 Inspect land disturbance sites and as specified in land disturbance program ordinance. To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. St. Louis County and Municipalities St. Louis County and municipailities will inspect that appropriate sediment and erosion BMPs are installed. Notification to start recording each copermittees number of inspections at each active land disturbance site in year 2. Record each copermittees number of inspections at each active land disturbance site. Record each copermittees number of inspections at each active land disturbance site. Record each copermittees number of inspections at each active land disturbance site. Record each copermittees number of inspections at each active land disturbance site. Inspection records support program compliance. 4.2.4.1.6 50 Maintain written procedures for enforcement actions. Provide authority to implement program. St. Louis County and Municipalities St. Louis County and municipailities will follow enforcement procedures when needed. Record each copermittees number of formal enforcements. Notification to include informal actions in year 2. Record each copermittees number of informal and formal enforcements. Record each copermittees number of informal and formal enforcements. Record each copermittees number of informal and formal enforcements. Record each copermittees number of informal and formal enforcements. Track number of informal and formal enforcements Table 5 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.5.1.1 51 Follow MSD ordinances 9030 and 15048, MSD Rules and Regulations, and County and Municipal Ordinances. Requires developers and plan reviewers to implement appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run-off. MSD New and redevelopment projects that disturb greater than or equal to one acre will implement P BMPs. Implement Ordinance and Design Rules. Implement Ordinance and Design Rules. Implement Ordinance and Design Rules. Implement Ordinance and Design Rules. Implement Ordinance and Design Rules. Ordinance and Design Rules completed and implemented. P St. Louis County and Municipalities New and redevelopment projects that disturb greater than or equal to one acre will implement BMPs. Implement ordinance to regulate and enforce post- construction strategies. Implement ordinance to regulate and enforce post- construction strategies. Implement ordinance to regulate and enforce post- construction strategies. Implement ordinance to regulate and enforce post- construction strategies. Implement ordinance to regulate and enforce post construction strategies. Ordinance completed and implemented. 4.2.5.1.2 52 Follow plan review process for executing maintenance agreements environmental compliance inspection process for long term maintenance. To ensure long-term operation of BMPs. MSD BMPs will function correctly. Develop and Implement maintenance agreement for each project, unless BMP maintained by MSD. Develop and Implement maintenance agreement for each project, unless BMP maintained by MSD. Develop and Implement maintenance agreement for each project, unless BMP maintained by MSD. Develop and Implement maintenance agreement for each project, unless BMP maintained by MSD. Develop and Implement maintenance agreement for each project, unless BMP maintained by MSD. All MSD approved projects, with BMPs that are not maintained by MSD, have maintenance agreement. Annual internal review of 5 projects. Implement MSD BMP Enforcement and Response Plan. Update & implement MSD BMP Enforcement and Response Plan. Implement MSD BMP Enforcement and Response Plan. Implement MSD BMP Enforcement and Response Plan. Implement MSD BMP Enforcement and Response Plan. Plan updated. See below for description of metrics used. 4.2.5.1.3 53 Utilize matrix of BMPs on BMP toolbox. Maintain existing strategies Requires developments to implement appropriate strategies and controls to address post -construction run-off. MSD Implement BMPs to MEP. Developments will utilize BMPs and design requirements as listed on the BMP toolbox. List water quality (WQ) and channel protection (CPv) requirements. Update BMP toolkit, as needed. Developments will utilize BMPs and design requirements as listed on the BMP toolbox. List WQ and CPv requirements. Developments will utilize BMPs and design requirements as listed on the BMP toolbox. List WQ and CPv requirements. Developments will utilize BMPs and design requirements as listed on the BMP toolbox. List WQ and CPv requirements. Developments will utilize BMPs and design requirements as listed on the BMP toolbox. List WQ and CPv requirements. Development projects follow rules. Toolbox is complete and updated as needed. Annual internal review of 5 projects. 54 Copermittees will review and update parking ordinances and/or polices, as needed Reduce impervious parking areas and reduce barriers to incorporating green infrastructure into parking areas. Ballwin, Bellefontaine Neighbors, Black Jack, Bridgeton, Chesterfield, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Ellisville, Fenton, Frontenac, Kirkwood, Ladue, Manchester, Maryland Heights, Olivette, Overland, Sunset Hills, St. Louis County, Town and Country, Wildwood Optimize use of impervious areas in parking None None Review the model parking ordinance presented in the Stormwater Best Management Practices Post - Construction Recommendations —Addressing Legal Impediments and Mandated Impervious Areas, February 2011 report, compare this model to current ordinance(s), and revise current ordinance and/or policies, as appropriate. None Copermittees reviews completed. Track copermittees actions to either change on not change their policy as a result of their reviews. Table 5 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.5.1.3 55 Maintain optional conceptual review process. Provides developers with plan review assessment of appropriate strategies and controls to address post - construction run-off. MSD Identify opportunities for water quality protection early in the development project planning phase. Record number of developments that are charged for utilizing the conceptual review service. Record number of developments that are charged for utilizing the conceptual review service. Record number of developments that are charged for utilizing the conceptual review service. Record number of developments that are charged for utilizing the conceptual review service. Record number of developments that are charged for utilizing the conceptual review service. Number of conceptual reviews. 56 Site Design Guide Available Provide developers and plan reviewers a way to implement BMP MSD Protect sensitive areas, minimize stormwater pollution, and utilize effective BMPs. Site Design Guidance document available. Site Design Guidance document available. Site Design Guidance document available. Site Design Guidance document available. Site Design Guidance document available. Site Design Guidance available for public use. 57 Use pre -condition assessment with early stage project planning. Requires developers and permittees to assess conditions early. All Protect sensitive areas, minimize stormwater pollution, and utilize effective BMPs. Have process requiring pre- construction planning by MSD Site Design Guidance or equivalent procedure. Have process requiring pre -Have construction planning by MSD Site Design Guidance or equivalent procedure. process requiring pre- construction planning by MSD Site Design Guidance or equivalent procedure. Have process requiring pre- construction planning by MSD Site Design Guidance or equivalent procedure. Have process requiring pre construction planning by MSD Site Design Guidance or equivalent procedure. Process available, process used. Annual (starting in year 2) review audit of up to 5 projects. 4.2.5.1.4 & 4.2.5.1.5 58 Inspect all water quality BMPs and use key performance indicators to demonstrate compliance. To ensure long-term operation of BMPs. MSD BMPs constructed and maintained to function properly. Implement construction inspection requirements, as defined in rules and regulations. Implement construction inspection requirements, as defined in rules and regulations. Implement construction inspection requirements, as defined in rules and regulations. Implement construction inspection requirements, as defined in rules and regulations. Implement construction inspection requirements, as defined in rules and regulations. Annual internal review of 4 projects. Schedule and track BMP three year inspections. Schedule and track BMP three year inspections. Schedule and track BMP three year inspections. Schedule and track BMP three year inspections. Schedule and track BMP three year inspections. All BMPs are inspected once per 3 years, minimum. Implement Enforcement Response Plan and track number of BMP enforcement actions Implement Enforcement Response Plan and track number of BMP enforcement actions Implement Enforcement Response Plan and track number of BMP enforcement actions Implement Enforcement Response Plan and track number of BMP enforcement actions Implement Enforcement Response Plan and track number of BMP enforcement actions Report number of enforcement actions taken. Enforcement action taken within 45 days of notice of problem, 90% of the time. Require and track BMP owner annual reports Require and track BMP owner annual reports Require and track BMP owner annual reports Require and track BMP owner annual reports Require and track BMP owner annual reports Report number of annual reports received and outstanding. 82 Table 6 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.6.1.1 59 Provide annual training to all MSD, municipal, and St. Louis County employees who work in municipal operations impacted by stormwater. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. All Training raining program exists, and updated to coordinate. Maintain training program. Maintain training program. Maintain training program. Maintain training program. Review training program and update as needed. number of training programs completed and implemented. Year 5 review documented. MSD Co-permittee employees will be offered MSD annual training opportunities. Hold 4 training events and record attendance. Hold 4 training events and record attendance. Hold 4 training events and record attendance. Hold 4 training events and record attendance. Hold 4 training events and record attendance. Track training events completed and attendance. 4.2.6.1.2 60 List all operational facilities that are subject to MCM 6. List all operational facilities that are subject to No Exposure certification. Identify copermittees industrial discharges not covered under a separate NPDES operating permit All Facilities listed in written operation and maintenance program. Notification to complete list in operation and maintenance program plan in year 2. Maintain current list in operation and maintenance program plan. Maintain current list in operation and maintenance program plan. Maintain current list in operation and maintenance program plan. Maintain current list in operation and maintenance program plan. List completed Maintain No Exposure certification status, as applicable. Notification to review certification status of each facility and renew as necessary by end of year 2. Review certification status of each facility, renew as necessary, Certification and record application/expiration dates. Review certification status of each facility, renew as necessary, and record application/expiration dates. Review certification status of each facility, renew as necessary, and record application/expiration dates. Review certification status of each facility, renew as necessary, and record application/expiration dates. No Exposure Exemption applications completed before expiration dates. 4.2.6.1.3 61 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. All Confirm appropriate BMPs implemented and functioning correctly Record inspection dates and locations. Record inspection dates and locations. Record inspection dates and locations. Record inspection dates and locations. Record inspection dates and locations. Inspection completed and track number of inspections. Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will take the lead to update the February 2005 dated Operation and Maintenance Program model template for co- permittees. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will distribute the revised Operation and Maintenance Program model template and ask co-permittees to review and consider the need to update their operation and maintenance programs. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co - permittee programs implemented. 62 Maintain written inspection checklist template for performing inspections . To ensure BMPs properly installed and maintained. MSD Confirm appropriate BMPs implemented and functioning correctly . Checklist available for copermittees. Provide checklist at MSD annual training events. Checklist available for copermittees. Provide checklist at MSD annual training events. Checklist available for copermittees. Provide checklist at MSD annual training events. Checklist available for copermittees. Provide checklist at MSD annual training events. Checklist available for copermittees. Provide checklist at MSD annual training events. Inspection checklist template completed and distributed at annual MSD training. 83 Table 6 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose I Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.6.1.4 63 Install BMPs (e.g., rain gardens and permeable pavement) with construction of municipal facilities and roadways, where feasible. Provide pollutant controls with projects. All Reduce discharge of pollutants from project areas. Project plans include BMPs. Permittees build BMPs. Permittees maintain and report on BMP condition. Project plans include BMPs. Permittees build BMPs. Permittees maintain and report on BMP condition. Project plans include BMPs. Permittees build BMPs. Permittees maintain and report on BMP condition. Project plans include BMPs. Permittees build BMPs. Permittees maintain and report on BMP condition. Project plans include BMPs. Permittees build BMPs. Permittees maintain and report on BMP condition. Permittees build BMPs with projects, where feasible. Permittees report on BMP status in annual report, starting in year 2. 64 Track salt application rates. Set baseline key performance indicator of salt application rates. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from deicing operations. St. Louis County and Municipalities Salt application rates documented Record BMPs and application rates. Record BMPs and application rates. Record BMPs and application rates. Record BMPs and application rates. Record BMPs and application rates. Analyze salt application rate data annually for application trends. Consider also stream water quality data. Use alternative deicing approaches to reduce chloride load, where feasible. Track copermittees use of alternative deicing approaches. Track copermittees use of alternative deicing approaches. Track copermittees use of alternative deicing approaches. Track copermittees use of alternative deicing approaches. Track copermittees use of alternative deicing approaches. Report annually on the number of permittees utilizing alternative deicing approaches. 4.2.6.1.5 65 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. All Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will take the lead to update the February 2005 dated Operation and Maintenance Program model template for co- permittees. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will distribute the revised Operation and Maintenance Program model template and ask co-permittees to review and consider the need to update their operation and maintenance programs. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co - permittee programs implemented. 4.2.6.1.6 66 Maintain written guidelines for MSD to follow when preparing preliminary engineering project p ry g g p studies. To assess water quality impacts for new flood management projects. MSD Written guidelines in place. Implement guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project g g p studies. Implement guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project g g p studies. Implement guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project g g P studies. Implement guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project g g p studies. Implement guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project g g p studies. Guidelines for preparing preliminary engineering project studies complete p J p and implemented. Table 6 Permit Requirement BMP Description BMP Purpose Responsible Person Expected Result of BMP Measurable Goals, Milestones, and Dates BMP Evaluation Process/Criteria Permit Year 1, 2017 Permit Year 2, 2018 Permit Year 3, 2019 Permit Year 4, 2020 Permit Year 5, 2021 4.2.6.1.6 67 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. g To assess and mitigate water quality impacts for new flood management g projects. All Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects g practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. p g Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will take the lead to update the February 2005 dated Operation and p Maintenance Program model template for co- permittees. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will distribute the revised Operation and Maintenance Program model template and ask co-permittees to review and consider the need to update their operation and maintenance programs. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. p g Implement Operation and Maintenance program. p g Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co- co- permittee programs implemented. 4.2.6.2 68 Maintain written Operation and Maintenance Program. To prevent and reduce stormwater pollution from municipal operations. All Written operation and maintenance program in place. Program reflects practice. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will take the lead to update the February 2005 dated Operation and Maintenance Program model template for co- permittees. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. MSD will distribute the revised Operation and Maintenance Program model template and ask co-permittees to review and consider the need to update their operation and maintenance programs. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Implement Operation and Maintenance program. Model Operation and Maintenance Program template complete and track number of co - permittee programs implemented. Appendix D, St. Louis County SWMP BMP 6 Public Survey and Bacteria and Nutrient Best Management Practice Strategy Review Report 87 2020 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Environmental Awareness Survey Final Report M s 0 Conducted for Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District by ETC Institute 725 W. Frontier Circle Olathe, KS 66061 Contact: Chris Tatham at (913) 829-1215 September 2020 Contents Section 1: Executive Summary 1 Section 2: Charts and Graphs 5 Section 3: Tabular Data 39 Section 4: Survey Instrument 68 2020 MSD Environmental Awareness Survey: Final Report Section 1 Executive Summary ETC Institute (2020) Page 1 2020 MSD Environmental Awareness Survey: Final Report 2020 MSD Environmental Awareness Survey Executive Summary Report Overview ETC Institute conducted an Environmental Awareness Survey for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD). The purpose of the survey was to gather input from residents about environmental awareness in the St. Louis area. This survey was conducted during the summer of 2020 to measure the impact of environmental and stormwater education efforts following surveys conducted in 2017, 2012, 2007 and 2005. The 2020 survey was administered by mail and online to a randomly selected sample of 510 residents in MSD's service area. The overall results of the survey have a precision of at least +1- 4.3% at the 95% level of confidence. Major Findings HOUSEHOLD PRODUCT USE AND DISPOSAL METHODS ➢ Sixty-three percent (63%) of respondents indicated they typically dispose of household hazardous wastes like paint, insecticides, cleaners, lubricants, etc. by taking them to a designated facility for disposal; 39% dispose of them with their household trash, 4% dispose down a sink drain or toilet, and 2% dispose in a ditch or on the ground. ➢ Eighty-two percent (82%) of respondents indicated their household typically disposes of cooking oils and grease in their household trash; 10% dispose it in the sink, 7% dispose it in a ditch or on the ground, 6% take it to a designated facility for disposal, and 6% use other means to dispose of cooking oils and grease. ➢ Twelve percent (12%) of households indicated they have changed motor oil, transmission fluid, or radiator fluid for a vehicle at their home during the past two years. Of those, 87% took the oil/fluid to a designated facility for disp