Stormwater Pollution Prevention
Georgia DOT is responsible for preventing excessive stormwater discharges, dumping, spills, erosion and pollutants from contaminating nearby waterways to the maximum extent practical.
MS4 Permit Program
The Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) Permit Program regulates the discharge of stormwater from roadways and properties owned and operated by the Department into Georgia waterways. This program covers Georgia DOT roadways and facilities that are within the counties and cities currently designated by EPD as "MS4 Permitted Areas."
Permit Control Measures
- Public Education
- Public Involvement
- Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
- Construction Site Stormwater Runoff Control
- Post Construction Stormwater Management
- Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping for Municipal Type Operations
Submit Your Feedback
The Georgia DOT MS4 Program is managed by the Office of Design Policy and Support - Roadway and Hydraulics Group. Please contact this office at (404) 631-1630 or email@example.com if you have any questions or comments regarding this program.
Georgia Stormwater Management Manual
This document is designed to provide guidance on stormwater management policy, technical design standards and pollution prevention.
Georgia Coastal Supplement
This document provides specific guidance for Georgia's coastal communities.
Report Stormwater Pollution On State Routes
Complete the form below to report stormwater pollution in your area. Please provide as much detailed information as possible in the "Comment" field.