Carbon Conservation District

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN

N A R R A T I V E

 

 

 

1.     Name of Responsible Individual:________________________________________________

 

        Address:__________________________________________________________________

 

        City:_________________________State:________Zip:_________Phone:_______________

 

2.     Project Municipality:__________________________________________________________

3.     Has the municipality been contacted concerning this project?  (Check on local requirements, zoning, and State requirements).:________________________________________________

 

4.     For new home construction project on lots purchased from a larger development, it is necessary to obtain a copy of the erosion and sediment control plan for the development.  Please give the name of development, and list any special requirements:

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   Attach a copy of a general location map, and give written directions for locating the project site:

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I.     GENERAL INFORMATION ON PROJECT

A.    Briefly describe the project:______________________________________________________________

 

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B.    List soil(s) located within project area:____________________________________(Use official soil name(s) from the Carbon County Soil Survey)

C.    Total parcel acres:_________________Total disturbed acres:_________________**

 

D.   Estimated dates for project start and completion:

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E.   Give the name of the nearest named receiving stream or body of water: 

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**Total disturbed areas(s) include dimensions of all disturbed area(s) associated with this project.  The disturbed area(s) should include home site, access driveway, septic system, lawn area, soil borrow or fill areas, well site, utility line(s) installation, etc.  Calculate using square feet. 

 

II.     STORM WATER RUNOFF AND DRAINAGE:

Are steep slopes in excess of 15% a part of your project, or the immediate surrounding    

area?  If so, indicate how these areas will be stabilized.

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Will runoff from above the project site present problems or need to be controlled during construction?  If so, indicate how runoff will be diverted or controlled.

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III.     SEQUENCE OF CONSTRUCTION (see sample plans page for information)

 In order for an erosion and sediment control plan to be effective, all phases of construction must take place in an orderly sequence.  The first step in nearly all projects would be the installation of all temporary controls that are proposed for your project.  The sequence should then describe the various construction steps necessary to complete the project and end with the removal of all temporary controls after the final stabilization has been completed.

 

Please use the space below to illustrate the proposed construction sequence for the project in the order mentioned above.  Number each stage individually starting with the installation of the temporary controls.

 

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IV.       TEMPORARY CONTROLS

This section is needed to detail any temporary erosion control practices that will be implemented for your project.  In most cases, the temporary controls may be used for erosion and sedimentation control purposes.  List each control separately, explain why it is necessary, and the date when it can safely be removed.  Drawings and designs for any practice not illustrated in this manual should be attached and referenced in this section.

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 V.     PERMANENT CONTROLS

 Prior to completion of the project, State Law requires that steps be taken to provide permanent stabilization.  All disturbed areas must be protected to prevent accelerated erosion.  Soil cannot be left exposed.  Re-establishment of vegetation, rock rip-rap stabilization in swales, and stone placement on driveways are examples of permanent erosion controls that could be incorporated into the project.  Re-vegetating descriptions should include the seeding mixture(s) to be used, top soil placement, lime and fertilizer application, and mulching requirements.

 

**ALL DISTURBED AREAS MUST IMMEDIATELY BE TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY STABILIZED WITH CONTROL MEASURES OUTLINED WITHIN THIS BOOKLET**

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VI.       MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

 All erosion control practices require maintenance to function properly.  Hay bale dikes deteriorate and clog with sediment.  Newly seeded areas may fail to germinate or be washed out by heavy rain.  For example, hay bale dikes and filter fabric fences should be cleaned when they are at half of their capacity.  Please describe efforts you will make to insure that all erosion control practices continue to function properly and list the person(s) responsible for the maintenance program.

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