The Stormwater Ordinance prohibits the discharge, disposal, pouring, or dumping of any pollutant into the storm drainage system. Only rain water runoff is generally allowed in the storm drain. Some discharges are specifically allowed, such as lawn watering and residential vehicle washing. For a detailed list of exemptions please refer to the ordinance.
Chemical spills that may enter the drainage system must be immediately contained. “Dry” clean-up methods such as sweeping or absorbance materials should be used. Those responsible for the property where a spill or illicit discharge has occurred must notify the City at Stormwater Hotline 303-655-2120 - firstname.lastname@example.org within one working day. Other notifications may also be required (Federal, State, County, Local Health Department, etc).
The ordinance also prohibits pipes or ditches that can carry sanitary waste to storm drains or directly into streams. Discharges from these connections are illegal and must be removed as soon as possible.
Residential and commercial property owners must ensure that leaves, material waste and dirt do not enter storm drains, street gutters or ditches. Please do your part to keep our streams and ponds clean.
Help your City by reporting improper discharges to our Stormwater Hotline
If you know of any improper discharges such as:
Dumping used motor oil/chemicals down storm drains
Improper connections into ditches or ponds
Cooking oil or grease leaking from commercial dumpsters
Trash, debris, leaves or yard wastes along waterways
Sanitary sewer overflows discharging into the storm sewer
Contact the City of Brighton Stormwater Hotline at (303) 655-2120 or email@example.com. Report emergencies to 911 immediately.
cement into storm inlet
grease MH overflow
Ayude a la Ciudad, reporte descargas ilícitas en el sistema de desagüe pluvial y bocas de tormenta:
(303) 655-2120 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Reporte Descargas Ilícitas:
Derrames de aceite de motor o químicos en el drenaje pluvial
Conexiones ilegales en arroyos o lagunas
Aceite de cocina o grasa que gotea de botes de basura en comercios
Basura, hojas y desperdicios de jardín en ríos y bocas de tormenta
Agua sanitaria en el sistema de recolección de aguas de tormentas