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Stormwater Management Program Plan   
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Untreated stormwater runoff is a major source of pollution in urbanized areas. The City uses requirements set forth in a State of Missouri permit to develop and maintain a Stormwater Management Program Plan (SWMP). This Plan considers individual, household, and public behaviors and activities that can generate pollution within the City.

The Plan is updated every five (5) years. As a part of the Public Involvement and Participation Requirement, the Plan must go through public review. On May 14, 2019, the Public Works Department made a presentation regarding the SWMP to City Council and attending members of the public. Click the link below to see a copy of the presentation.

Stormwater Management Program Plan Presentation

Per State requirement, there will be a Plan review period from May 14, 2019 through May 28, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Click the link below for a copy of the SWMP. Please submit comments regarding the SWMP to .

City of Belton SWMP


These common individual behaviors have the potential to generate stormwater pollution:

  • littering
  • applying lawn-chemicals
  • washing cars on impervious driveways
  • changing motor-oil on impervious driveways
  • disposing leftover paint and household chemicals

For more information on how you can prevent stormwater pollution, visit the Mid-America Regional Council's water quality page.

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