Hyde Park, New York
Hyde Park, New York
|Zoning Administrator:||Kathleen (Tad) Moss||Secretary (shared with the Planning Board):||Donna Knapp|
|Location:||Hyde Park Town Hall|
We are available to answer your questions and for file reviews during normal office hours. The office occasionally gets busy, so if your schedule is tight, please call for an appointment. If the regular office hours are inconvenient, please call to schedule an early, late, or Saturday appointment.
|General duties of the office:||Administering the provisions of the zoning code including ensuring compliance with zoning requirements, review of requirements with applicants, review of applications for completeness, and issuance of sign permits.|
|Programs||Stormwater Management Program - Draft [ PDF file ]|
|Municial Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4)||
Hyde Park MS4 Annual Report 2016 to 2017 - Draft [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park MS4 Annual Report 2015 to 2016 - Final [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park MS4 Annual Report 2015 to 2016 - Draft [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park Draft MS4 Annual Report 2014 to 2015 - Final [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park Draft MS4 Annual Report 2014 to 2015 - Draft [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park MS4 Annual Report 2013 to 2014 Draft [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park Final MS4 Annual Report 2012 to 2013 [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park Final MS4 Annual Report 2011 to 2012 [ PDF file ]
Hyde Park MS4 Annual Report March 2010 to March 2011 [ PDF file ]
DEC Reminder Regarding Use of Fertilizers Cotaining Posphorus
|EPA Stormwater Requirements and Regulations||
All Subdivision, Site Plan and Building Permit
applications in Hyde Park must address or comply with the
EPA Phase II regulations and additional
requirements for the Town of Hyde Park!
The Town of Hyde Park is under EPA/DEC regulations known as the Stormwater Phase II requirements. These regulations require applicants to address minimizing impacts to water quality and quantity as a result of construction activities. The regulations apply to disturbances of one acre or more on a single lot or in combination with other construction in a development. In other words the regulations apply to almost all construction projects.
Site operators must develop an erosion and sediment control plan in accordance with the New York Guidelines for Urban Erosion and Sediment Control, notify the DEC, wait 5 days for a review period, implement the plan, and maintain all protective measures throughout construction. If you are disturbing more than five acres, OR constructing something other than a single family residence, a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan must be developed in accordance with the NYS Stormwater Design Manuel and be submitted to the Town Engineer for review. It must also be submitted to the DEC when permits other than the Stormwater SDPES Permit are required.
All projects in a watershed having a TMDL or 303d listing with DEC must also develop a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, have it certified by a licensed professional, submit a notice to DEC and begin construction after the 60 business day DEC review period.
Subdivision and Site Plan development projects that are reviewed by the Planning Board will incorporate stormwater and erosion control measures as part of the approved plan.
If you are a site operator and need more information, you can contact me for general information, or for specific information you can contact the Dutchess County Soil and Water Conservation District office at (845) 677-8011. Additional information is also available on the Dutchess COunty Soil and Water Conservation District website at dutchessswcd.org or the DEC's Stormwater Toolbox at www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/8695.html.