City Beautiful H2O Program Plan

The City Beautiful H2O Program Plan (Program Plan) is Capital Region Water’s responsible approach to addressing a combination of system-wide infrastructure deterioration and failure with high-priority water quality compliance activities. Capital Region Water must balance delivery of reliable service with Federal Clean Water Act and Commonwealth Clean Streams Law obligations in a manner our ratepayers can afford.

Executive Summary as submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency on March 29, 2018

Full Program Plan Document (Right-click and select “Save link as” to download)

Supporting Documents

Combined Sewer System Characterization Report, Version 2.0

Separate Sanitary Sewer Capacity Assessment Report, Version 2.0

Appendix A – Separate Sanitary Sewer Capacity Assessment Report

Nine Minimum Control Plan, Version 7.0

Operations and Maintenance Manual, Version 6.0

MS4 Documents

Year 1 Annual Status Report

Semi-Annual Reports

For the Semi-Annual Report, the required information is covered in Sections 1, 2, and 3 on the operation and maintenance of the facilities, since there is some overlap between the reporting requirements.

Section 4 provides a more comprehensive assessment of the status of the Wet Weather Program implementation of the partial Consent Decree requirements. During this reporting period, CRW continued to address comments from USEPA and PADEP on the City Beautiful H2O Program Plan (submitted on April 1, 2018). CRW also met with USEPA and PADEP to discuss the Program Plan.

 March 31, 2022 Chapter 94 Report and Semi-Annual Report on Consent Decree Implementation

September 30, 2021 Semi-Annual Report on Consent Decree Implementation

 March 31, 2021 Chapter 94 Report and Semi-Annual Report on Consent Decree Implementation [part 1]

 March 31, 2021 Chapter 94 Report and Semi-Annual Report on Consent Decree Implementation [part 2]

 March 31, 2020 Chapter 94 Report and Semi-Annual Report on Consent Decree Implementation

September 30, 2019 Semi-Annual Report on Consent Decree Implementation

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