Surface and Stormwater Management Fee Credit by axu80901

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									                       Surface and Stormwater Management
                              Fee Credit Application

Please fill in all blanks and attach any required supporting data.

Mail applications to: Kitsap County Public Works
                      Surface and Stormwater Management
                      614 Division Street MS-26A
                      Port Orchard, WA 98366

Application is for:      Rainwater Harvesting     100% Infiltration   Direct Discharge

Owner Name:

Property Address:

Daytime Contact Phone Number/s:

Property Tax Parcel Number/s:

Year that Site was Developed:            Building Permit Number [if known]:

Site Development Activity Permit Number (SDAP) [if known]:

Civil Engineer that Designed Stormwater System:

If the project was constructed without an SDAP or you do not know the SDAP number
please attach an analysis from a licensed Civil engineer that demonstrates that the
Stormwater system achieves zero site runoff. Please refer to Kitsap County Code section
12.40.050 (c), (d), or (e) for exact requirements.


I have read Kitsap County Code section 12.40.050 and believe that the property described
above qualifies for a SSWM fee credit. I understand that the burden of proof is mine and
that credits take effect in the year following my request.



           Signature                                          Date




REV 5/04
Excerpt from Kitsap County Code Section 12.40.050 Rate Structure:

        (c) Rainwater Harvesting Rate Reduction: Any new or remodeled commercial
building (as defined by KCC 12.40.050(b)(3) through (6)) that utilizes rainwater
harvesting may receive a 50% rate reduction for those surfaces from which the rain is
harvested. In order to obtain the rate reduction, the proponent must demonstrate through
an analysis prepared by a licensed professional engineer that the system will result in zero
surface water discharge for all storm events contained in section 12.20.030 of the Kitsap
County Code, using the hydrologic methods described in section 12.20.020 of the Kitsap
County Code. The proponent is responsible for requesting the credit. The rate reduction
will become effective for the calendar year following the request.

        (d) 100% Retention/Infiltration Rate Reduction: Any new or remodeled
commercial development (as defined by KCC 12.40.050(b)(3) through (6)) that utilizes
100% infiltration of all site rain runoff water may receive a 50% rate reduction. In order
to obtain the rate reduction, the proponent must demonstrate through an analysis prepared
by a licensed professional engineer that the system will result in zero surface water
discharge for all storm events contained in section 12.20.030 of the Kitsap County Code,
using the hydrologic methods described in section 12.20.020 of the Kitsap County Code.
The proponent is responsible for requesting the credit. The rate reduction will become
effective for the calendar year following the request.

        (e) Direct Discharge to Tidally Influenced Waters Rate Reduction: Any new or
remodeled commercial development (defined by KCC 12.40.050(b)(3) through (6)) that
discharges directly into Puget Sound, or directly into the tidally influenced areas of rivers
and streams discharging into Puget Sound, may receive a 50% rate reduction. In order to
obtain the rate reduction, the proponent must demonstrate through an analysis prepared
by a licensed professional engineer that the system conforms to the requirements of
sections 12.20.030(4)(A) and 12.20.040 of the Kitsap County Code, and that the site does
not discharge surface runoff except through the direct discharge system. The proponent
is responsible for requesting the credit. The rate reduction will become effective for the
calendar year following the request.


NOTE: Current County Stormwater Standards became effective on April 1, 1997.




REV 5/04

								
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