Storm Water Information


The Village of Grafton Storm Water Management Plan addresses control measures that are required by State regulations to achieve the goal of reducing the discharge of pollutants to the maximum extent practical, protect water quality, and satisfy the appropriate requirements of the Clean Water Act.  The Plan outlines six minimum control measures that are expected to result in reductions of pollutants discharged by the Village.  The water quality pollutants that are identified are oil, grease, pesticides, fertilizers, antifreeze, trash, road salt and pet waste.

Information on many of these topics can be found in the links below:

CHAPTER 1050 Storm Water Protection (
CHAPTER 1295 Construction and Post Construction Site Soil Erosion, Sediment, Storm Water Runoff and Storm Water Quality Controls and Regulations (
Black River AOC – Meetings
Education (
Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (
Surface Water (
Spread it out Sink it in 2021
Eco-Friendly Safe Salting Practices
SWMP 2021 Update with Appendix
Where Does It Go Activity Book

The Village of Grafton is dedicated to supplying various information about matters related to storm water and storm water run-off. See the additional resources below for more information. As always, feel free to contact the Village at any time with questions or other information.



OHIO EPA Storm Water Program

OHIO EPA Industrial Storm Water – General Permit

OHIO EPA Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)

OHIO EPA Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) – General Permit

OHIO EPA Storm Water Discharges from Small and Large Construction Activities – General Permit

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