Warsaw Stormwater Utility provides stormwater management activities for the City of Warsaw. The functions of the utility include:
Storm Pipe Maintenance
MS4 Program Coordination
Erosion and Sedimentation Control
The MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) Program is required, permitted, and regulated by the state. MS4s are defined as a conveyance or system of conveyances that discharges to waters of the state that is designed or used to collect and convey stormwater. MS4 conveyances in urbanized areas have the greatest potential for polluted stormwater runoff. The goal for Stormwater Utility’s MS4 Program is to improve Warsaw’s water quality through education, coordination, and partnerships. To learn more about MS4s, click here.
The City of Warsaw (102 S. Buffalo Street, Warsaw, IN 46580-2801) intends to discharge stormwater into the:
Tippecanoe River-Ruple Ditch
Tippecanoe River-Deeds Creek-Pike Lake
Deeds Creek-Heeter Dt-Chapman Lakes
Tippecanoe River-Huffer Ditch
Walnut Creek-Eagle Creek/Center Lake
Winona Lake-Peterson/Keefer Evans Ditches
And is submitting a Notice of Intent to notify the Indiana Department of Environmental Management of the MS4 entity’s intent to comply with the requirements of the MS4 General Permit to discharge stormwater run-off.