Stormwater Advisory Committee

The Ferguson Township Stormwater Advisory Committee (SAC) has been established to:

1. Provide advice and input into identifying the problems, needs, and issues within the current stormwater program.
2. Assist in establishing priorities for stormwater services in the Township.
3. Provide advice on level and extent of stormwater service, investment in the capital improvements program, approach to water quality protection services, and other key policies that will guide the stormwater management program.
4. Review policy on stormwater funding mechanisms including user fees, and explore rate methodologies, rate structures, and possible credits.
5. Make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors regarding the dedicated funding needed to address stormwater needs in Ferguson.

The SAC held its 7th meeting for Wednesday, April 18. The meeting was open to the public.  

The focus of these meetings are to set priorities for the Ferguson Township Stormwater Program.

Follow this page or our Latest News or Events Calendar for the agendas and resource materials.

In addition, Ferguson Township staff and consultant Elizabeth Treadway of Wood -- in partnership with Gannett Fleming --hosted the second of two public meetings on the stormwater user fee feasibility study on April 18. Open to anyone in the community, this was an opportunity to learn what this project is and the options being considered to pay for stormwater management.

Meeting 7

April 18, 2018 SAC Agenda (7th Meeting)

Notes: Stormwater User Fee Feasibility Study Public Meeting

March 21, 2018 SAC Meeting Minutes

Stormwater Program: Assessing Needs_Creating Strategies
February 8, 2018 Presentation to the Ferguson Township Board of Supervisors

Stormwater Presentation and Document Archive