Illinois Urban Manual

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NEW in 2018! Revisions have been made to the Sediment Trap Standard and Drawings!

The Tree Protection Standards and Drawings have also been updated!! Please see Section 4 for an alphabetical list of Practice Standards and Section 7 for the associated Standard Drawings!

 

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Illinois Urban Manual Sections …

Section 1

Preface  – PDF

Introduction  – PDF

 

Section 2

Non-point Source Pollution Control Processes and Planning Principles  – PDF

Introduction

Best Management Practices

Practice Selection Guide  – PDF

 

Section 3

Planning Procedures  – PDF

Introduction

Planning Process

Criteria for BMP Selection

Practices and Systems

Evaluation and Monitoring

 

Section 4

Practice Standards

Introduction  – PDF

 

Section 5

Construction Specifications

Introduction  – PDF

General Discussion  – PDF

Construction Specifications and Instructions for Use (Numerical & Topical)  – PDF

 

Section 6

Material Specification

Introduction  – PDF

Material Specifications (Numerical & Topical)  – PDF

 

Section 7

Standard Drawings

Introduction  – PDF

 

Section 8

Evaluation

Introduction  – PDF

Urban Conservation Practices Physical Effects (CPPE) – Soil  – PDF

Urban Conservation Practices Physical Effects (CPPE) – Water  – PDF

Urban Conservation Practices Physical Effects (CPPE) – Air  – PDF

Urban Conservation Practices Physical Effects (CPPE) – Plants  – PDF

Urban Conservation Practices Physical Effects (CPPE) – Animals  – PDF

Section 9

References  – PDF

 

Section 10

Glossary  – PDF

 

 

APPENDICES

 

Appendix A

National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) – Permits for Construction Site Stormwater Discharge

Introduction

General

Illinois General Permit for Construction Site Stormwater Discharge

Phase II Stormwater Program

How to Obtain Coverage Under the Permit

Termination of Coverage Under the Permit

 

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency – Stormwater FORMS

NPDES Permit No. ILR10

 IEPA Notice of Intent (NOI)

 IEPA Incidence of Non-compliance (ION) – Front Page

IEPA Notice of Termination (NOT)

 

Appendix B

Soil Quality – Urban Technical Notes

 Introduction

Urban Technical Note No. 1 – Erosion and Sedimentation on Construction Sites

Urban Technical Note No. 2 – Urban Soil Compaction

Urban Technical Note No. 3 – Heavy Metal Soil Contamination

 

Appendix C

Methods for Establishing Receiving Water Quality Impacts of Urban and Suburban Development

 

Appendix D

NPDES Phase II Stormwater Permit Program for Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s)

 

Appendix E

Sample Natural Resource Protection Ordinances

 

Appendix F

USDA Programs – Applicable to Urban or Urbanizing Areas

 

Appendix G

Grant Information Summary for Conservation Projects

 

Download the Illinois Urban Manual (without sections 4, 5, 6 & 7) HERE

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 *Users of this manual must conform to any applicable National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements and any relevant local, state, or federal regulatory requirements, whichever are more stringent.*