Hancock County Stormwater Management

Susan Bodkin, Surveyor

Hancock County Annex
111 American Legion Place, Suite 171
Greenfield, Indiana 46140
Phone: 317-477-1150
Fax: 317-477-1715

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

In December 1999, EPA finalized the “Phase II” regulations, which require controls on stormwater discharges from the broader sector of municipalities, industries, and construction sties. Specifically for construction, the Phase II rule requires construction sites disturbing equal to or greater than one acre to control pollutants in stormwater runoff. Construction activity disturbing less than one acre requires a permit if it is part of the larger common plan of development or sale disturbing a total of one acre or greater, or is individually designated for permit coverage by the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permitting authority.

  • Stormwater – Water resulting from rain, melting or melted snow, hail or sleet.
  • Stormwater Runoff – The stormwater derived within a tributary basin, flowing over the surface of the ground or collected in channels or conduits.
  • Stormwater Management – The recognition of adverse drainage resulting from altered runoff and the solution resulting from the cooperative efforts of public agencies the private sector to mitigate, abate, or reverse those adverse results.

Additional Hancock County Stormwater Management Information:

Mount Lebanon Electronics Recycling June 13th, 2020 (click for details)

You dump it, You drink it.

STOP! Fats Oils & Grease

Stormwater Brochure

Stormwater Protection

Keep Our Water Clean

Community Alert

Holiday Schedule


Upcoming Events

10 Aug 2022;
08:30AM -
16 Aug 2022;
08:00AM -
30 Aug 2022;
08:00AM -
06 Sep 2022;
08:00AM -
06 Sep 2022;
08:00AM -
06 Sep 2022;
10:00AM -
07 Sep 2022;
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