Storm Water

Storm Water Runoff

Storm water runoff is rain water that runs off rooftops, lawns, driveways and streets in our neighborhoods. As it flows, it picks up dirt, leaves, grass clippings, pesticides and fertilizers, oil and grease, harmful bacteria, toxic chemicals, litter and other contaminants. All of these pollutants are carried by storm water into storm drains and ultimately into our streams and waterways. Remember to keep our storm drains clean and our creeks free from pollution. Please do not place anything in the gutter that will wash down the storm drains.

Clean wetlands and healthy streams are important to Kaysville City. The storm water from parking lots, driveways, and streets flow into storm drains which goes untreated into the streams, wetlands and eventually enters the Great Salt Lake. Pollution entering the storm drains make the waterway unsafe for people and wildlife.

  • Clean up spills immediately.
  • Do not allow materials to flow into the storm drain.
  • Do not wash any spill into the gutter or storm drain.
  • Know where storm drains on or near your property are located.
  • Think before you dump anything on the ground or in the gutter.

Storm Water Management Plans

A copy of Kaysville City's Storm Water Management Plan is available. We encourage citizens to view the plan and make comments. Comments can sent to:

Kaysville City Public Works Department
23 E Center Street
Kaysville, UT 84037

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan

A Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES) Permit covers construction sites.
These steps provide information regarding the permit process.

  1. Utah Construction General Permit: Please read construction general permit.  Print out and add to SWPPP.
  2. SWPPP Preconstruction Submittal and Review Checklist (DOC)
  3. Construction General SWPPP Template (DOC): Print the form and fill it out completely. Each section includes instructions and space for project information.
  4. Common Plan SWPPP Template: Print the form and fill it out completely. Each section includes instructions and space for project information.
  5. Notice of Intent: Go to Storm Water Permit Issuance System and create an account or login using username and password to register.
  6. Site Maps: Maps will be drafted by contractor, developer or engineer. See instructions for site maps in SWPPP template 2.8 map (page 8).
  7. Completion: After completing steps 1-5, submit documentation to the Kaysville City Operations Center, Attention: Storm Water Department, 721 W Old Mill Lane, Kaysville, Utah 84037.
  8. Change of NOI General Contractor Document


View the Davis County Storm Water Coalition for further information. The Davis County Health Department can be reached at 801-525-5000 or after hours at 801-807-8872.