The Stormwater Utility is a fee-structured enterprise fund based on an equivalent rate unit (ERU) of impervious area. One ERU is the fee for each developed residential location while developed commercial sites have a square-footage ratio to the ERU applied. Other functions of the Stormwater Utility include construction and maintenance of conveyance systems, adherence to soil and sedimentation standards, meeting national pollutant discharge elimination system (NPDES) and future total maximum daily load (TMDL) permitting requirements.
NEW! If You See Something, Say Something!!
If you happen to witness an illicit discharge or connection to the City Stormwater System, or if you notice notice an oil- or chemical-type of spill, please contact the City of Rockledge Public Works Department at 321-221-7540, Opt. 3. When calling, please be ready to help us identify the exact location of the issue by providing an associated address or landmark and any other identifying elements. Thank you for caring about and protecting our waterways!!
NEW! Helpful Stormwater Information from the St. Johns River Water Management District
The St. Johns River Water Management District has a great deal of wonderful information when it comes to stormwater management. SJRWMD helps to clarify this information for residents online through its frequently asked questions and Understanding Stormwater Systems pages. There are also specific HOA resources. Hopefully this information will prove to be beneficial to you!
- Closed Circuit TV Records
- Field Inventory
- Indian River Lagoon Baffle Box Projects
- Barton Stormwater On-Site Mitigation
- Street Sweeping
- Replacing deteriorated stormwater pipes at Rene Court and Pineland Drive
- Installing gutter for stormwater conveyance across South Street and Sutton Street
- Establishing swales along Timbers West Boulevard in Timbers West Phase II
- Barton Park Stormwater Facility: Off North Huntington Lane
- Eyster Stormwater Facility: Off Eyster Blvd
- Larry Schultz Stormwater Park: Off Fiske Blvd
- Robert A. Anderson Stormwater Park: Off Pluckebaum Road
- Wynona and Ernie Morris Park: Off Florida Avenue
Help to Restore the Indian River Lagoon!
Enjoy this video, Know Your Waterways, and learn about ways you can help to protect, and restore, this tremendous asset of Rockledge and all of Brevard County!