Residential Stormwater Permit

Policy


The City of Roseville Public Works Department will administer a Residential Stormwater Permitting Program in accordance with City Code. The City believes that controlling the quantity and quality of stormwater runoff from single-family residential lots that increase impervious surface addresses water quality concerns and future costs of infrastructure upgrades and maintenance. 

Purposes


  • Limit the volume of stormwater runoff from new / reconstructed impervious surfaces. 
  • Require homeowners to be accountable for the ongoing maintenance and operation of installed Best Management Practices (BMPs) and to ensure that the BMPs remain with the property for the life of the improvement.

Residential Stormwater Permit Form (PDF)
Residential Stormwater Policy (PDF)

For all other projects that create 5,000 square feet of new or reconstructed impervious surface, contact Ryan Johnson at 651-792-7049.

View our stormwater management standards for design criteria.

Maintenance


Through the ReSWP permitting process, annual maintenance and re-certification of the BMP are required to ensure long term effectiveness.  Recertification of the BMP is required every 5 years, and is completed by inspecting the BMP(s) on your property and sending the Certification Form to the Roseville Engineering Department.