Additional Resources - Water Resources

Statewide Stormwater & Erosion Control Study

The Statewide Stormwater & Erosion Control Study was completed to identify and prioritize statewide stormwater management and erosion control needs delivered as a data model that operates within a defined project prioritization framework.  The prioritization model provides ADOT Environmental Planning a quantitative, comprehensive, replicable, and systematic approach to augment stormwater management activities and to provide a prioritized program of projects to compete in the annual P2P process and programming in the ADOT Five Year Facilities Construction Program.

Construction Stormwater Field Guide, 1st Edition

The Construction Stormwater Field Guide is a quick reference for inspectors and resident engineers in construction on topics related to installation, maintenance, and inspection of common best management practices. Using this guide helps departments of transportation stay in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations for improving stormwater quality, and provides guidance where local publications may currently be lacking.

Maintenance Stormwater Field Guide, 1st Edition

The Maintenance Stormwater Field Guide is guide is a quick reference for maintenance staff on topics related to best management practices in inspections and common operational practices. Good housekeeping and other pollution source control measures are presented. Using this guide helps departments of transportation stay in compliance with federal and state regulations for stormwater quality, as well as achieve a greater level of environmental stewardship.

Encroachment Documents

Encroachment permit applications may be processed with the appropriate ADOT District Permits supervisor. Please see Encroachment Permits and the District Overview for application forms and contact information

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