Harris County Storm Water Permit

Harris County Storm Water Permit

This is an example of a rock filter dam with perforated riser pipe and trash screen at a pond outfall

This is an example of a rock filter dam with perforated riser pipe and trash screen at a pond outfall

We handle your Harris County storm water quality permit from beginning to end. Most permitted sites must also be inspected monthly and we handle this for our customers by filling out inspection reports, taking photographic evidence of the site’s monthly condition, and alerting you the customer if a problem should arise.

Harris County Texas

Our permit renewal services include all certifications, completion of all required documents & stamp/seal by a licensed professional engineer. We also submit any supporting documents as may be required for permit renewal at County’s request, transfer of ownership, change of name or amendment/change of permitted permanent storm water quality feature.

We offer permit renewal, periodic inspections, and a wide array of storm water solutions tailored to your sites specific needs.

Storm-Tex Pond Maintenance

“When a potential new customer called us as a reference for Storm-Tex Services, I gave you all #5 rankings, which is the highest mark.  Thanks for your support and help throughout the years.” -August W.

Harris County Stormwater Permit Group-As a courtesy, we are now informing you (all permit holders) that on August 9, 2016, Harris County Commissioners Court amended the Regulations of Harris County, Texas for Stormwater Quality Management effective on September 1, 2016. As a part of the new amended regulations, there were several changes adopted; this update will focus on changes made to submittal of permit renewals.
In order to renew a Stormwater Quality permit, Part B, Section 1.08(d) states, “time and date stamped pictures of the approved structural control(s) taken no more than 30 days prior to submission of the renewal application” must be submitted. Additionally, “there must be at least one location-establishing picture that shows the structural control and something identifiable in the background.” For Oil/Grit/Trash Separators Part B, Section 1.08(e) states, “waste manifests for the most recent hydrodynamic separator control(s) maintenance event” must be included. Additional information may be requested upon submittal.
Please plan accordingly to prepare yourself for the implementation of the new regulations. The requirement is being upheld with strict regards as we make the transition into applying the new regulations toward Harris County permitting. Complete changes to the recently adopted regulations are available at http://www.eng.hctx.net/permits/Stormwater-Code/Stormwater/Regulation-Standards-Details  

LINKS

Harris County SWQ Permit Renewal Packet
Harris County Regulations and Fees Notice
Harris County SWQ_as_built_certificate
City of Houston Storm Water Quality Permit