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ENB-4.22 - BES Public Works Enforcement Program Administrative Rules

BES PUBLIC WORKS ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

Administrative Rules Adopted by Bureau of Development Services Pursuant to Rule-Making Authority

ARB-ENB-4.22


 

Link to Full Text of Administrative Rules  (PDF Document, 47 kb). What follows is the Table of Contents and an excerpt from the administrative rules:

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1.    Applicability

 

2.    Purpose

 

3.    Definitions

 

4.    Regulatory Authority

 

5.    Compliance Requirements

 

6.    Violations

 

7.    Administrative Review and Appeal

 

These are administrative rules for the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) Public Works Enforcement Program.

 


 

 

1.    Applicability

 

These rules apply to any person who modifies a public sewer or drainage improvement without first obtaining BES written authorization or a permit.

 

2.    Purpose

 

These rules establish the BES enforcement program for assuring protection of the public sanitary, stormwater and drainage systems and processes. These rules are implemented in conjunction with the BES Enforcement Program Administrative Rules (PPD item ENB-4.15).

 

3.    Definitions

 

These rules use the definitions of Portland City Code (PCC) Chapters 17.04 and 17.32, including the following definitions:

 

A.  “Drainage Improvements” means management facilities or modifications to drainage patterns to address safety issues, increase capacity, or improve water flows.

 

B.  “Public Right of Way” means the area within the confines of a dedicated public street, an easement owned by the City, or other area dedicated for public use for streetsor public utility facilities.

 

C.  “Public Sewer Easement (easement)” is a grant of the right by a property owner to the City to use land for placement and maintenance of public sewer facilities.

 

4.    Regulatory Authority

 

These rules are authorized by PCC Chapter 3.13 and support the implementation of Chapter 17.32 and the BES Enforcement Program Administrative Rules (PPD item ENB-4.15). 

 


HISTORY

 

Ordinance No. 183397, passed by City Council December 9, 2009 and effective January 8, 2010.

Amended rules adopted by Director of Bureau of Environmental Services September 23, 2013.

Table of Contents
ENB-4.01 - Stormwater Management Manual
ENB-4.02 - Sewer Maintenance Under Streetcar Tracks
ENB-4.03 - Sanitary Discharge and Pretreatment Program Administrative Rules
ENB-4.04 - Odor Control Policy for Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant
ENB-4.05 - Sanitary System Development Charges Administrative Rules
ENB-4.06 - Sanitary Sewer Line and Branch Charges Interim Administrative Rules
ENB-4.07 - Sewer Development Services Programs
ENB-4.08 - Sewer Backflow Devices, Reimbursement for Installation
ENB-4.09 - Sewer and Drainage System User Charges Administrative Rules
ENB-4.10 - Erosion and Sediment Control Manual
ENB-4.11 - Recovering the Costs of Engineering and Superintendence Services for Public Sewer Improvement Projects
ENB-4.12 - Septage Hauler Program Administrative Rules
ENB-4.13 - Administrative Rules for Discharges to the City Storm Sewer and Drainage System
ENB-4.14 - Sewer and Drainage Facilities Design Manual
ENB-4.15 - BES Enforcement Program Administrative Rules
ENB-4.16 - Clean River Rewards Stormwater Discount Program
ENB-4.17 - Sanitary System Connection Administrative Rules
ENB-4.18 - Mandatory Sewer Connection Program
ENB-4.19 - Green Streets Policy and Green Streets Cross-Bureau Phase 2 Report
ENB-4.20 - Sewer and Drainage Rates and Charges
ENB-4.21 - Downspout Disconnection Program
ENB-4.22 - BES Public Works Enforcement Program Administrative Rules
ENB-4.23 - Treebate Program
ENB-4.24 - Public Works Permitting Services and Fees
ENB-4.25 - Extra Strength Charge Program Administrative Rules
ENB-4.26 - Fats, Oils, and Grease Removal Program Administrative Rules
ENB-4.27 - Nonconforming Sewer Conversion Program
ENB-4.28 - BES Financial Assistance Programs
ENB-4.30 - BES Title 10 Discharge Enforcement Administrative Rules
ENB-4.31 - Maintenance Inspection Program Administrative Rules
See Also Erosion Control Plan Review and Inspection Requirements
See Also Private Sewers in the Public Right-of-Way
See Also Watershed Health