Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems


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Polluted storm water runoff is commonly transported through Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) and discharged untreated into local streams or bodies of water. The City of Helotes is committed to help protect our water and environment by disseminating information to the public and working with our citizens to achieve this cause.
 
The City of Helotes Storm Water Management Program and information on solutions to storm water pollution, water conservation, and other environmental issues are located below.  For your convenience, links to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), and San Antonio Water System are provided below.   Please visit these sites to learn more about protecting and conserving our water, land, and air. 
  
City of Helotes Phase II MS4 Storm Water Management Program  
  
2015 TCEQ Compliance Audit Letter

2015 TCEQ Compliance Letter
2016 TCEQ Compliance Letter
2017 TCEQ Compliance Letter
2018 TCEQ Compliance Letter
 
Citizen's Guide - Solutions to Storm Water Pollution
Everyday Solutions to Storm Water Pollution
Automotive Fueling, Maintenance, and Washing Stations
Kitchen Grease  
Restaurant and Food Service Facilities

  
Quick Links:
 
Environmental Protection Agency
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
San Antonio Water System
Household Hazardous Waste