East of Hudson Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System
Our East of Hudson (EOH) Watershed has a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) regulated by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). As a regulated MS4, the EOH Watershed is required to comply with the Phase II Storm Water Management Plan.
MS4 Annual Report
MS4 Interim Report
MS4 Notice of Intent
Programs and Practice Measures
The Phase II Stormwater regulations require the EOH Watershed to implement programs and practices to control stormwater runoff that may be polluted.
Stormwater from a rain event or melting snow can pick up and move sediment and a variety of pollutants. Because the stormwater transports whatever is left on our lawns and roads, individual actions make a difference in determining the kinds and amounts of pollution.
In the EOH Watershed, the main pollutant of concern is phosphorus. You can learn more about pollution prevention practices by visiting the DEC website.
If you observe illegal dumping or discharges into any storm sewers, please call (914) 232-8642 or (845) 334-7185, or email email@example.com.