Stormwater Management Program
Because stormwater runoff from urbanized and developed areas can contain harmful pollutants, the City of Tomball is required under the Federal Clean Water Act and the Texas Water Code to obtain a permit to discharge stormwater runoff. The permit requires the City to develop and implement a Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) and to take actions to reduce the discharge of pollutants in stormwater runoff to the maximum extent practicable.
Everyone in the City has a role to play in helping to reduce pollutants in stormwater runoff.
Find out how you can help reduce localized flooding here!
For more information about the City of Tomball's stormwater quality management program or to report stormwater quality concerns, please contact:
Nathan Dietrich, Community Development Director
- Do you know your watershed?
- Tomball MS4 2021 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2020 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2019 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2018 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2017 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2016 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2015 Annual Report
- Tomball MS4 2014 Annual Report
- Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
- Notice of Public Involvement - City Council 05.19.14
Stormwater Quality Community Education
- Lawn Care
- Help Reduce Localized Flooding
- Springtime Lawn and Garden Stormwater Tips
- Summer 2015 Stormwater Quality Newsletter
- Stormwater Quality Newsletter Article. No. 2 (2015)
- What is Stormwater Runoff?
- What Goes in Here... Ends Up Here
- Only Rain Down the Storm Drain
- Pollutants from Everyday Chores Can Harm Our Streams, Bayous, and Lakes
- Fats, Oils, and Grease
- Identifying and Reporting Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs)
- Pet Waste
- Protect Spring Creek & Willow Creek
- Maintain Bar Ditch and Driveway Culvert
- Sanitary Sewer Overflows
- Only Rain Down the Drain
- Household Hazardous Waste