Click here for the City of Cohoes Stormwater Education Facebook page. Don't forget to Like the page!The City of Cohoes would like to educate residents on stormwater and the importance of protecting it. The City is responsible for monitoring how much rainwater flows into our local streams and must be watchful of the pollutants carried along the way. We urge every resident to get involved and join us in taking action to protect our local streams, ponds, reservoirs, and wetlands.
Any comments on the Annual Report should be sent to Garry Nathan, City Engineer.
City Planner Melissa Ashline-Heil is the Stormwater Management Officer (SMO).
MS4 Procedures can be viewed in City Hall in the Engineering Office:
MCM 3 BMP 3-8: IDDE Program Prodecures
MCM 3 BMP 3-11: Spill Prevention and Response Training
MCM 4 BMP 4-4: Construction Site Runoff Complaint Procedures
MCM 4 BMP 4-5: Construction Inspection and Enforcement Procedures
MCM 5 BMP 5-5: SWPPP Review Procedures
Stormwater Management Local Laws
MCM4 and MCM5 Pre and Post Construction Stormwater Management: Local Law #8 for 2007
Stormwater Management Planning Document-Comments Welcome!
Recognizing a need to better describe past, current, and future activities, the Stormwater Management Program document (current as of print date 5/22/13) is now available for public viewing. This document describes the full range of Best Management Practices (BMPs) and Measurable Goals which together serve to address critical water quality issues at the local level. The public is strongly encouraged to read the document and share your comments. Stakeholder meetings can be arranged upon request.