The City of Casper Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practices Manual describes the best management practices (BMP's) that are acceptable to fulfill the requirements of City of Casper Municipal Code Chapter 12.20.
Contractors and developers are required to obtain an Erosion and Sediment Control Permit from the City of Casper to meet the requirements of the City of Casper and the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.
This manual details the various recommended BMP's for subdivision development and construction sites, where they are appropriate, and their basic design. It also includes information on the creation of an acceptable erosion and sediment control plans.
An Erosion and Sediment Control Permit is required for all construction activities that disturb areas half an acre or greater in size within the City of Casper. Applications are available from the City of Casper Engineer
. For more information please call (307) 235-8341.
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans prepared, developed and implemented under the Large Construction General Stormwater Permit and the Small Construction General Storm Water Permit required by the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality may be submitted to the City of Casper manager in lieu of preparing a separate erosion and sediment control plan.
Persons will still be required to obtain a City of Casper Erosion and Sediment Control Permit, pay the necessary fees, and acquire the necessary securities to perform construction activities even if a WYPDES (formerly NPDES) permit is issued by the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.
A companion piece for The City of Casper Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practices Manual is the Revegetation Guidelines Handbook. The handbook provides a basis for design, which consultants and developers may use when designing stormwater plans, erosion prevention measures, and other uses related to reclaiming disturbed soils. The purpose of the handbook is to provide guidance on materials and methods that enhance the appearance of Casper; achieve vegetation stands that are durable and will require minimal maintenance in the future; facilitate economies for maintenance; minimize wind and water erosion; and provide for uniformity of construction.