Stormwater Management Report Cards

1. Does the municipality have stormwater management regulations?

Note: You can see all of the towns by changing the number of entries; sort the table alphabetically by town or responses by clicking on the header.

MunicipalityStormwater Management OrdinanceSite Plan RegulationsSubdivision RegulationsZoning OrdinanceNo Existing Stormwater Regs.
ActonNOYESYESYESNO
BarringtonNOYESYESNONO
BerwickYESYESYESYESNO
BrentwoodNONOYESNONO
BrookfieldNONOYESNONO
CandiaNONOYESNONO
ChesterYESYESYESNONO
DanvilleNOYESYESNONO
DeerfieldNOYESYESNONO
DoverNOYESYESNONO
DurhamNOYESNONONO
East KingstonNOYESNONONO
EliotYESYESYESYESNO
EppingNOYESYESNONO
ExeterNOYESYESNONO
FarmingtonNOYESYESNONO
FremontNOYESYESNONO
GreenlandNOYESYESNONO
HamptonNOYESYESNONO
Hampton FallsNOYESNONOYES
KensingtonNONONONOYES
KingstonYESYESYESNONO
KitteryNOYESYESYESNO
LebanonNONOYESYESNO
LeeNOYESNONONO
MadburyNOYESYESNONO
MiddletonNOYESNONOYES
MiltonNOYESYESNONO
New DurhamNOYESYESNONO
NewcastleNOYESYESNONO
NewfieldsYESNOYESNONO
NewingtonNOYESYESNONO
NewmarketNOYESYESNONO
North BerwickNONOYESYESNO
North HamptonNOYESNONONO
NorthwoodNOYESYESNONO
NottinghamNONONONOYES
PortsmouthNOYESYESNONO
RaymondYESNONONONO
RochesterNONOYESNONO
RollinsfordNOYESNONONO
RyeYESYESYESNONO
SandownNOYESYESNONO
SanfordNOYESYESNONO
SeabrookNOYESYESNONO
SomersworthNOYESYESNONO
South BerwickYESNOYESYESNO
StraffordYESYESYESNONO
StrathamNONOYESNONO
WakefieldNOYESYESNONO
WellsNOYESYESYESNO
YorkNOYESYESYESNO

2. Does the municipality have less than or equal to 9% Impervious Cover?

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3. Is the minimum area of soil disturbance that “triggers” application of the municipality’s stormwater management regulations less than or equal to 20,000 sqft?

[HC.JS:sm3,bar,Minimum area of soil disturbance,Square Feet,1000]

4. Does the municipality have a cap of 10% effective impervious cover (EIC) for new development in residentially zoned lots of 1 acre or more?

Note: You can see all of the towns by changing the number of entries; sort the table alphabetically by town or responses by clicking on the header.

MunicipalityResponses
ActonNO
BarringtonNO
BerwickNO
BrentwoodNO
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverNO
DurhamNO
East KingstonNO
EliotNO
EppingNO
ExeterNO
FarmingtonNO
FremontNO
GreenlandNO
HamptonNO
Hampton FallsNO
KensingtonNO
KingstonNO
KitteryNO
LebanonNO
LeeNO
MadburyNO
MiddletonNO
MiltonNO
New DurhamYES
NewcastleNO
NewfieldsNO
NewingtonNO
NewmarketNO
North BerwickNO
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodNO
NottinghamYES
PortsmouthNO
RaymondNO
RochesterNO
RollinsfordNO
RyeNO
SandownNO
SanfordNO
SeabrookNO
SomersworthNO
South BerwickNO
StraffordNO
StrathamNO
WakefieldNO
WellsNO
YorkNO

5. Do the municipality’s existing regulations require the use of Low Impact Development (LID) techniques to the maximum extent practicable for new development and re-development?

MunicipalityResponses
ActonNO
BarringtonNO
BerwickYES
BrentwoodNO
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverYES
DurhamYES
East KingstonNO
EliotNO
EppingNO
ExeterNO
FarmingtonNO
FremontNO
GreenlandNO
HamptonYES
Hampton FallsNO
KensingtonNO
KingstonNO
KitteryNO
LebanonNO
LeeNO
MadburyNO
MiddletonNO
MiltonNO
New DurhamYES
NewcastleNO
NewfieldsNO
NewingtonYES
NewmarketYES
North BerwickNO
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodNO
NottinghamNO
PortsmouthNO
RaymondNO
RochesterNO
RollinsfordNO
RyeNO
SandownNO
SanfordYES
SeabrookNO
SomersworthYES
South BerwickNO
StraffordNO
StrathamNO
WakefieldNO
WellsYES
YorkNO

6. Do the municipality’s stormwater management regulations reflect the minimum design criteria for water quality volume/flow (WQV/WQF), groundwater recharge volume (GRV), and peak flow control defined in the NH Stormwater Management Volume 2?

Note: You can see all of the towns by changing the number of entries; sort the table alphabetically by town or responses by clicking on the header.

Do the municipal stormwater management regulations reflect the minimum design criteria for water quality volume/flow?

MunicipalityResponses
ActonNO
BarringtonNO
BerwickNO
BrentwoodNO
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverYES
DurhamYES
East KingstonNO
EliotNO
EppingNO
ExeterNO
FarmingtonNO
FremontNO
GreenlandNO
HamptonNO
Hampton FallsNO
KensingtonNO
KingstonYES
KitteryNO
LebanonNO
LeeNO
MadburyNO
MiddletonNO
MiltonNO
New DurhamNO
NewcastleNO
NewfieldsYES
NewingtonNO
NewmarketNO
North BerwickNO
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodNO
NottinghamNO
PortsmouthNO
RaymondNO
RochesterYES
RollinsfordNO
RyeNO
SandownNO
SanfordNO
SeabrookNO
SomersworthYES
South BerwickNO
StraffordYES
StrathamNO
WakefieldYES
WellsNO
YorkNO

Do the municipal stormwater management regulations reflect the minimum design criteria for groundwater recharge volume?

MunicipalityResponses
ActonNO
BarringtonNO
BerwickNO
BrentwoodNO
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverYES
DurhamYES
East KingstonNO
EliotNO
EppingNO
ExeterNO
FarmingtonNO
FremontNO
GreenlandNO
HamptonNO
Hampton FallsNO
KensingtonNO
KingstonYES
KitteryNO
LebanonNO
LeeNO
MadburyNO
MiddletonNO
MiltonNO
New DurhamNO
NewcastleNO
NewfieldsYES
NewingtonNO
NewmarketNO
North BerwickNO
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodNO
NottinghamNO
PortsmouthNO
RaymondNO
RochesterYES
RollinsfordNO
RyeNO
SandownNO
SanfordNO
SeabrookNO
SomersworthYES
South BerwickNO
StraffordYES
StrathamNO
WakefieldYES
WellsNO
YorkNO

Do the municipal stormwater management regulations reflect the minimum design criteria for peak control as defined in the NH Stormwater Management Vol. 2?

MunicipalityResponses
ActonNO
BarringtonNO
BerwickNO
BrentwoodNO
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverYES
DurhamYES
East KingstonNO
EliotNO
EppingNO
ExeterNO
FarmingtonNO
FremontNO
GreenlandNO
HamptonNO
Hampton FallsNO
KensingtonNO
KingstonYES
KitteryNO
LebanonNO
LeeNO
MadburyNO
MiddletonNO
MiltonNO
New DurhamNO
NewcastleNO
NewfieldsYES
NewingtonNO
NewmarketNO
North BerwickNO
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodNO
NottinghamNO
PortsmouthNO
RaymondNO
RochesterYES
RollinsfordNO
RyeNO
SandownNO
SanfordNO
SeabrookNO
SomersworthYES
South BerwickNO
StraffordYES
StrathamNO
WakefieldYES
WellsNO
YorkNO

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