Drainage Board

THE FEBRUARY 5, 2014 DRAINAGE BOARD MEETINGS WERE RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 14, 2014 10:00 A.M. 
 
 
2014 Approved Drainage Board Mtg.Dates
2014 Officers:
David S. Byers President
John Knochel Vice President
Thomas P. Murtaugh Member
First Wednesday of Every Month
Meetings start at 10:00 am unless otherwise noted
These dates & times are subject to revision by the Board
Tippecanoe County Building - Tippecanoe Room
 
Questions/Comments/Concerns
 
DRAINAGE IMPACT AREAS
Res.# 2011-02-DB/ S.W. Elliott Drain Branch #11
Res.#2006-03-DB/Berlovitz Drain
Res.# 2006-02-DB/Haffner Drain
Res.#2006-01-DB/JN Kirkpatrick Drain
Res.2013.01.DB Indian Creek Drainage Impact Area
Resolution 2013.1.DB.Indian Creek Drainage Impact Area Exhibit A
Res.2013.01.DB.Indian Creek Impact Area.Exhibit B.pdf

CURRENT DRAINAGE BOARD AGENDA   

                                                  CURRENT DRAINAGE BOARD HEARING

 

 
As of January 1 2012 Comp.Stormwater Management Ordinance
Effective January 1 2012.Stormwater Technical Standards Manual
Effective January 1 2012. Appendix D to Technical Standards Manual
Petition to Encroach on a Regulated Drain
Recorder's Office Requirements for Recording Drain Petitions
Maintenance Bond Rvsd 2014
Rule 5 Notice of Intent 2013
Amended Ordinance Establishing A Uniform Fee Schedule
No Net Loss Floodplain Policy Details
Tippecanoe Stormwater Program Website
 
 

drainCOUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD - the Surveyor is an ex-officio, non voting, member of the County Drainage Board. In this capacity the County Surveyor is the technical authority on the construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of all regulated drains or proposed regulated drains in the county. The Board and Surveyor have jurisdiction over regulated drains. Regulated drains are drains established by either the Commissioners Court or Circuit Court of each county prior to 1965 or the Drainage Board since 1965. These drains are open ditches or tile drains or a combination.

The Surveyor also advises the Drainage Board in regards to compliance with the General Drainage Ordinance Establishing Storm Drainage and Sediment Control. The purpose of the ordinance is to reduce the hazard to public health and safety caused by excessive storm water runoff, to enhance ecomomic objectives and to protect, conserve and promote the orderly development of land and water resources within the county.

 

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