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MS4 Stormwater Management Program

In compliance with DEP and EPA regulations, the Borough of Hollidaysburg has developed its Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4), NPDES Phase II Stormwater Management Program.  The program involves, among other things, the development of public education and involvement activities, the review and update of the Borough’s stormwater management rules and regulations, the detection and elimination of illicit discharges, and the review and improvement of stormwater facility operations and maintenance practices. 

This page will be used to provide news, information and stormwater management data to residents, businesses, contractors and developers as the program is developed.  The Borough will also be seeking assistance of the public to participate in stormwater management activities such as storm inlet labeling, stormwater outfall monitoring, sample collection, and information workshops.  Please watch this page for future developments.


Hollidaysburg Borough Council has Adopted Revisions to the Stormwater Management Section of the Subdivision and Land Development Regulations.

On Thursday, July 21, 2005, the Hollidaysburg Borough Council adopted revisions to the Borough's Stormwater Management Regulations.  The revisions were necessary to bring the regulations into conformance with current MS4 program requirements.  A copy of Ordinance 810, amending the Stormwater Management Regulations contained in the Subdivision and Land Development Chapter (Chapter 22) of the Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Hollidaysburg, may be viewed by clicking on the following links:

Ordinance 810 (Proposed Stormwater Management Revisions)

The Ordinance 810 revisions may be compared to the existing regulations contained in Section 509 of the Subdivision and Land Development Regulations (Chapter 22) of the Code of Ordinances, by clicking the following link:

Subdivision and Land Development - Chapter 22 of the Code of Ordinances



If you wish to find out more about the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Management Program, or storm water in general, you may wish to visit one of the following web sites:

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Web Page  (Enter "stormwater" in the keyword seach box)

US EPA Stormwater Publications and Studies

Blair County Conservation District Stormwater Management Pages

You may also download copy of "When it Rains, It Drains".  This brochure provides interesting and useful information about stormwater and its impact on water quality.  (This file is an Adobe Acrobat, pdf file approximately 1.2 MB in size.  This file may take several minutes or longer to download depending upon your connection speed).