RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIALLAND DISTURBING PERMIT CONDITIONS1. Land Disturbing Permits are for the referenced project/development only.2. Should the owner choose to proceed with earth change excavation and/or construction, all work is performed at risk and may be subject to modification prior to final plan review. The City of McAlester assumes no liability or responsibility for any conditions deemed necessary in the future the City of McAlester, Planning Commission, and/or Technical Advisory Committee.3. All areas downstream of all excavation and earth fill activities associated with the Land Disturbing permit shall have erosion control measures in place prior to the start of any excavation that comply with the City of McAlester and Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) Standards.4. All physical erosion control measures used are to be maintained so that they are working properly at all times throughout the duration of the project.5. The Land Disturbing Permit does not provide permission to construct any infrastructure without written pre-approval by the City of McAlester.6. All Land Disturbing activities are allowed so long as they do not impose any adverse effects upon adjacent properties (private and/or public), the community at- large, and/or existing drainage ways. No silt or debris is allowed to flow off of the property onto adjacent properties (public and/or private).7. At any time during construction, at the discretion of the City Engineer, should it be determined that additional sediment and erosion control measures are needed, the Developer shall be required to immediately take whatever action(s) are required to correct and/or prevent further impact on adjacent or downstream drainage ways or properties. The Developer has ten (10) day to comply from the date on the written notice, if not in compliance after ten (10) day the City Inspector can stop construction until the Developer is within compliance.8. If the total area exceeds one (1.0) acre, it is the responsibility of the owner/developer to: File with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality a “DEQ Notice of Intent (NOI) for Storm Water Discharges (SWD) Associated with construction Activity” (DEQ Form 605-002A). Prior to the start of any earth change activities a copy of this form is to be furnished to the City Engineer for City of McAlester records; and Prepare a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP#) that will always be available on-site for inspection. A copy of this plan is to be furnished to the City Engineer for City of McAlester records.
RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIALChecklist for Land Disturbing Permit Application SubmittalsTHE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHALL ACCOMPANY THIS PERMIT APPLICATION. NO APPLICATION SHALL BE REVIEWED OR APPROVED WITHOUT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION;1) Ownership information:Name and Address of the legal OWNER of the tractLegal description of the tract2) Mapping requirements (provide two(2)sets of 8-1/2”x14” scale drawings):Drainage arrows of direction of the surface water flowArea of concrete truck cleanoutLocation Map of the site (including area within 25 ft. of the property)Existing and proposed contours at one (1) foot intervalsLocation of any structure or natural features on the siteLocation of any proposed additional structures or developments on siteLocation of any structures or natural features on the tract(s) adjacent to the site and within 25-feet of the tract BoundaryPlans of all drainage provisions, retaining walls, cribbing, planting and erosion control measures to be constructed in connection with or as part of the proposed work3) Schedules:Schedule indicating the project construction sequencing and the time of exposure of each area prior to completion of effective erosion and sediment control measures4) Sediment and erosion control:Plans for control of on-site and off-site sedimentation for the prevention of deposits of sediment from the tract upon any other off-site public or private property or water course during all phases of the project construction (provide copy of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and Notice of Intent (NOI))5) Additional certifications:Owner’s statement and signature certifying that the approved plans will be implemented under the direct supervision of a registered professional engineer if applicableA summary statement concerning the effect(s) the proposed project will have on the existing and future drainage system(s) of the areaONLY COMMERCIAL MUST PROVIDE ITEMS 6 AND 76) Excavation and backfill:Estimate of the quantity of excavation and fill involved with drawings indicating each separate excavation or fill7) Hydraulic and Hydrologic Analyses:Hydraulic and Hydrologic analysis for runoff and/or detention facilities (if on-site detention is deemed necessary)Hydraulic and Hydrologic analysis for any alterations within the flood hazard area or for the alteration of any water course
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