Storm Water Master Plan
The City of Norman draft Storm Water Master Plan includes recommendations related to Storm Water Phase II requirements, a Trails/Greenway Master Plan, new flood plain mapping, capital improvement projects, proposed water quality enhancements, drainage easement issues, and financing options. Printed copies of the Storm Water Master Plan are available for inspection at the four (4) locations listed below. The plan is also accessible at the end of this notice.
Norman Public Library, 225 N. Webster Avenue
Norman Chamber of Commerce, 115 E. Gray Street
City of Norman, City Clerks Office, 201 West Gray, Main Municipal Building
City of Norman, Public Works Department, 201 West Gray, Building A
The Storm Water Master Plan document is located below for download. You can also visit the Public Works Department located at 201 West Gray Bldg A in Norman to pick up a copy of the CD. You may also review the information at one of the four locations listed above.
Proposed Ordinances related to the Storm Water Master Plan on the City Council agenda May 31, 2011
- Ordinance O-1011-52 WQPZ (Water Quality Protection Zone) Subdivision Regulation Amendment
- Ordinance O-1011-53 WQPZ (Water Quality Protection Zone) Zoning Overlay
Greenway Master Plan Final Draft
Storm Water Master Plan Video
Here is an informative 14-minute video.
Storm Water Master Plan
Welcome to the Storm Water Master Plan webpage! In the summer of 2007, the City of Norman selected the firm of Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan, Inc. (PBS&J), an engineering, planning and architecture firm, to lead in the study and development of a plan for storm water management and greenbelt/trails corridor planning. Joining PBS&J in this effort is Vieux, Inc., a local engineering technology firm, as well as Halff Associates that is focusing on developing a greenbelt/trail master plan. Educating the public on storm water and greenbelt/trail issues, obtaining input and information from the public on these issues, and working closely with the city staff are of utmost importance and key elements for a successful project. The primary goals of the study and subsequent overall plan are to gain a clear understanding of how storm water and greenbelt/trail corridors impact our city as well as to develop a plan to manage those elements of our environment in a way that they become resources in building a better Norman. Please take time to review the information provided and be a part of this great endeavor..