The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s (SFPUC) Urban Watershed Management Program has been busy updating and expanding their supporting material library to better assist the development community to achieve compliance with the San Francisco Stormwater Management Ordinance. The following materials can be found online within the Stormwater Management Requirement’s webpage. All new Preliminary SCPs submitted on or after July 1, 2017 must utilize the updated (June 2017) versions of the Parcel SCP Project Information Form, Multi-Phase SCP Project Information Form, and CSS BMP Sizing Calculator v2.1.
- Update: Parcel SCP Project Information Form (June 2017) – Updated to coordinate with enhanced programmatic and project tracking abilities. Formalizes DBI Plumbing Inspection Division project review.
- Update: Multi-Phase SCP Project Information Form (June 2017) – Updated to coordinate with enhanced programmatic and project tracking abilities.
- Update: Combined Sewer Area (CSS) BMP Sizing Calculator v2.1 (June 2017) – Enhanced CSS calculator including: stakeholder feedback, corrected errata, coordination with program enhancements, and expanded calculation functions such as additional BMP in Series.
- Update: Example Stormwater Management Plans with Calculations - Updated Example SMPs based on the updated CSS BMP Sizing Calculator v2.1. Examples showcase one project with Standard SMR Compliance one with Modified SMR Compliance.
- NEW: SMP Example AutoCAD Template - AutoCAD 2013 (DWG) – SMP template in AutoCAD 2013 format to assist the Project Team in creating consistent, clear, and legible Stormwater Management Plans. Includes sheet layout, title block, tables and legend.
- NEW: Synergies for Compliance with the Non-potable Ordinance (NPO) and Stormwater Management Ordinance (SMO) - Co-developed with SFPUC Water Enterprise, this guidebook provides developers and designers with sample design synergies that can lead to more efficient means of compliance with both the NPO and the SMO.
- Update: Infiltration Rate Testing Methods (April 2017) – Refined infiltration test applicability based on site size threshold. Coordinated and reviewed by San Francisco Public Works.
- NEW: Stormwater Management Ordinance Map – City of San Francisco map geo-referencing all submitted SMO projects.