Below are the different forms that may be needed for your permit process.
Erosion & Sediment Control Plan
The City's Phase II MS4 NPDES General Permit issued by the State Water Board to the City, requires the City to develop and maintain a program to assure that sediment and other pollutants from construction activities do not flow into the City's storm water drainage system and, subsequently, impact local receiving waters. The City's Permit requires the City to require the owner of any construction project having soil disturbance to submit an Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP).
In April of 2015, Governor Brown issued Executive Order, EO B-29-15 directing the Department of Water Resources to update a previous Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) to be more stringent and reduce landscape water use. Effective December of 2015, the City of Lodi is required to enforce the MWELO within their jurisdiction.
Per Section 16: Section 8771(d) of the Business and Professions Code, the City of Lodi is responsible for ensuring that either governmental agency or landowner performing any construction or maintenance work provide monument preservation paperwork.