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Ecological Assessment and Evaluation

The Ecological Assessment and Evaluation Program is responsible for the administration of the County’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System -- Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (NPDES MS-4) permit, the Town Center Surface Water Monitoring Program, and the County’s Biological Monitoring Program.  Staff assigned to these programs work closely with other County agencies to provide interpretation and implementation of these programs within the confines of State and County law.  Staff also provide review and guidance on County project implementation and policy development where the potential exists for the normal business practices of these agencies to affect the County’s natural resources. 

The program works to minimize the impacts such that resource protection is balanced with the necessity of executing projects that will maintain and improve the quality of life for County residents.  The program initiates special studies, projects, and assessments to document and monitor the current condition of the County’s natural resources.

 

Team MemberRole
Ginger EllisPlanning Administrator 
Janis MarkusicSenior Planner
Chris VictoriaWater Quality Compliance Specialist
Bryan PerryProgram Specialist II
Doug GriffithPlanner II

Recent Reports:

Monitoring the Effectiveness of Stormwater Treatment Practices at Reducing Pollutant Loads to Receiving Waters in the Magothy Watershed

Targeted Watershed Sites - Biological Condition Summary - 2015 Spring and Summer Indices Periods

2015 Water Quality Monitoring of Mill and Dividing Creeks 

Rock Creek 2015 Water Quality Monitoring Results - Final Report

Characterization of Pre-restoration Conditions in the Cowhide Branch Subwatershed: 2012-2013

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