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Delhi Charter Township will be working with area agencies to help further protect our water resources as part of new EPA storm water management rules.  Future plans will include everything from possible ordinances to protect wetlands to public education about what you can do to protect our precious water resources. 

 

Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management Newsletters - (PDF files)

July, 2016

 

April, 2016

 

January, 2016

 

Watershed Management Plans - (PDF files)

Grand River Watershed

Complete File (150 pages)

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Table of Contents

Section 1 - Executive Summary

Section 2 - Introduction

Section 3 - Watershed Characteristics

Section 4 - Water Quality

Section 5 - Community Outreach

Section 6 - Challenges and Goals

Section 7 - Watershed Protection Tools

Section 8 - Action Plan

Section 9 - Evaluation Mechanisms

Section 10 - Plan Sustainability

 

 

Red Cedar Watershed

Complete File (147 pages)

Cover

Table of Contents

Section 1 - Executive Summary

Section 2 - Introduction

Section 3 - Watershed Characteristics

Section 4 - Water Quality

Section 5 - Community Outreach

Section 6 - Challenges and Goals

Section 7 - Watershed Protection Tools

Section 8 - Action Plan

Section 9 - Evaluation Mechanisms

Section 10 - Plan Sustainability

 

Power Point Presentations

Stakeholder Workshop / Improving Water Quality in Your Community

 

Links

Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management

Environmental Protection Agency - Watershed Information Network

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality - Stormwater Program

 

PEAS Hotline

The Michigan Pollution Emergency Alerting System (PEAS) is a 24 hour hotline managed by the MDEQ since 1975. Use to report environmental pollution emergencies such as accidents, pipeline breaks, release of hazardous substances such as oil, salt or other polluting materials. when a call is received, appropriate MDEQ staff are dispatched to provide technical advice to first responders on actions they can take to minimize environmental damage. The PEAS hotline can be called toll free at (800)-292-4706

This page was updated January 26, 2017