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DEFINITION

"Restaurant" means a facility that sells prepared foods and drinks for consumption, including stationary lunch counters and refreshment stands selling prepared foods and drinks for immediate consumption (SIC Code 5812).

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Peak Storm Water Runoff Discharge Rate: Post-development peak storm water runoff discharge rates shall not exceed the estimated pre-development rate for developments where the increased peak storm water discharge rate will result in increased potential for downstream erosion.

  1. Conserve Natural Areas
  2. Minimize Storm Water Pollutants of Concern
  3. Protect Slopes and Channels
  4. Provide Storm Drain System Stenciling and Signage (only applicable if a catch basin is built on-site)
  5. Properly Design Outdoor Material Storage Areas
  6. Properly Design Trash Storage Areas
  7. Provide Proof on Ongoing BMP Maintenance (only applicable if a structural BMP is installed)
  8. Design Standards for Structural or Treatment Control BMPs: Post-construction Treatment Control BMPs are required to incorporate, at a minimum, either a volumetric or flow based treatment control design standard or both, to mitigate (infiltrate, filter, or treat) storm water runoff [only applicable for restaurants with 5,000 square feet or more of surface area].

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

1. Properly Design Equipment/Accessory Wash Areas (if applicable)

OTHER CATEGORIES:

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

A complete handbook titled "Development Best Management Practices Handbook, Part B – Planning Activities" describing the above requirements in detail is available here.

Related Internal Links

Main SUSMP Page

Flow Chart of the Plan Review and Approval Process

What to Submit?

Forms

Redevelopment Definition

Development BMPs Handbook Part B: Planning Activities

SUSMP Conference

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Related External Links

State Water Resources Control Board SUSMP Website