Teton Conservation District

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)



The goal of the SWPPP Guide is to protect the surface waters of the State of Wyoming by providing a management plan for a construction site that specifies how soil, sediment, and chemicals are to be kepy on site. Keeping soil and sediment on-site and out of waters of the State will reduce the downstream negative impacs associated with storm water runoff, erosion, and sedimentation.

Additional resources and links can be found below.


Local Land Development Links:

Teton County Planning and Development
Town of Jackson

State Land Development Links:

State of Wyoming
Wyoming Department of Transportation

Federal Land Development Links:

FEMA
General Services Administration
National Institute of Safety and Health
National Institute of Standards and Technology
U.S. Access Board
U.S. Consumer Product Safety
U.S.D.A Forest Products Laboratory
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Other Land Development Links:

American Consulting Engineers Council
American Institute of Building and Design
American National Standards Institute
American Society of Testing and Materials
American Planning Association
International Code Council
Recalls of Construction Material and Equipment
Western Wood Products Association

Land Development Resources 

The Subdivision Review Checklist helps with review and assessment before subdividing.
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