Butler County Storm Water District

Public Workshop Scheduled

News Release
July 28, 2004

The Butler County Storm Water District has established a Credits Program to reduce storm water charges to those properties that provide services resulting in water quality improvement.

The Credits Program is an application process available to all non-residential property owners/customers only. Non-residential property owners/customers can reduce the amount of storm water charges assessed to their respective property by completing an application and performing storm water activities that improve water quality.

A Storm Water Credit is offered as an incentive to owners of non-residential properties for being good stewards of the Butler County Storm Water District resource. Property owners benefit through a reduction in their storm water utility bill as a result of “hands-on” involvement in the Butler County Storm Water District program. The overall concept is that the entire community will benefit from enhancements to the Storm Water system through improvements to the quality of its water.

Credits Program Workshop

The Butler County Storm Water District will hold a public workshop to provide non-residential property owners with general examples of how to complete the Credits Application Package. An overview of the Butler County Storm Water Management Program will be provided to the business community to assist with background information necessary to understand the credits program.

Public workshop details:

Date: August 16, 2004
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Butler County Engineers Office, 1921 Fairgrove Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Cost: Free and open to the public

For additional information contact Bob Lentz at 513-785-4101.