Peachtree City is required by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) to comply with the NPDES Phase 2 MS4 Regulations of the Federal Clean Water Act. What this means is that the City is required by law to submit a written Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) outlining how we intend to comply with the regulations. Our SWMP is approved and is in force until the end of 2022.
The SWMP deals in 6 major areas that the City has to make strides in order to clean up our stormwater run-off. The areas are Public Education and Outreach, Public Involvement and Participation, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, Construction Site Runoff Control, Post Development, and Good Housekeeping. The activities in this SWMP range from distributing information to educating citizens about pollution and its control to devising a system to ensure the proper maintenance of detention ponds and storm drains throughout the entire City.
Stormwater Pipe Rehabilitation Project
Peachtree City's 2023 Stormwater Pipe Rehabilitation Project is now complete. If you have any questions regarding this project, please call 770-487-5183 for assistance.
The City has adopted the Georgia Stormwater Management Manual Volumes 1 and 2 (available at Georgia Stormwater) to manage redevelopment and new development. The purpose of these manuals is to improve water quality and flooding throughout the City by enforcing the standards outlined within the manuals. The requirements in these manuals must be followed for site plan approval.
If you are going to be out and about this fall, why not help do something for the local community by helping pick up trash and debris none of the City's Adopt - A programs. Not only do you help keep Peachtree City beautiful, but you help improve water quality in the area by keeping trash from getting into our waterways. Also, participants are eligible for a 25% credit on their Stormwater Utility bill when they participate in the program prior to each year's bill. It is as easy as signing up and picking up.
Just a reminder, if you already participate you don't have to sign up each year for the program, you just have to submit the credit application every year you wish to get the credit for the bill. The credit application can be sent directly to the stormwater utility.
All forms for this program can be found on the documents and links section of the stormwater page.
For more information, contact the Peachtree City Engineering Department at (770) 631-2538.