Stormwater requirements aim to improve water quality through the implementation of best management practices during planning, construction, operations and procurement activities.
While we work together, transforming Los Angeles into a more livable, sustainable city, we are just as careful about the process as we are about the outcome. We’re asking you to think differently with us about how to build infrastructure so that the construction process protects the health of our waterways.
- Sample Water Pollution Control Specifications
- Sample Temporary Environmental Control Specifications
- Sample REAP
- Sample Level 1 Inspection Report
- California Water Board : always check for the most updated applicable permits for stormwater
- Storm Water Multiple Application and Report Tracking System : California’s repository where Metro and its Contractors must upload stormwater documents before construction activities can begin. Reporting documents during construction are uploaded also uploaded to this site.
- Construction General Permit Fact Sheet
- General Permit Fact Sheet for stormwater discharges associated with industrial activities
- Stormwater BMPs Fact Sheet
- We welcome your feedback
These resources are provided as information and are not required by contract. Review of these resources does not constitute preference in contract awards.
The voice of this module
Meet Eric Somilleda, the voice of this module. Eric is a Transit Access Pass (TAP) Customer Service Agent in the Regional TAP Service Center and has been with Metro for 5 years.
“ As a phone operator, my craft consists of processing TAP-related transactions for paying customers. While in the office or out on the field working special events, I provide excellence in service and support for all TAP inquires.”