After Hours Emergency: 330-896-6610
After Hours Emergency: (330) 896-6610
The Storm Water Division oversees the maintenance and repair operations of approximately 500 linear miles of storm water damage systems within the City.
Dave Perrine, Storm Water Supervisor
Telephone: (330) 896-6924
The Storm Water Division is responsible for the following:
- Repair of easement of storm water management systems
- Crossover pipe installations
- Right-of-Way driveway pipe maintenance
- Cleaning and repair of underground drainage systems
- Culvert installations
- Supplement CIP system improvements/repairs
- All other drainage maintenance and repairs as required
Ditch enclosures may be constructed by the property owner or a contractor. It is the responsibility of the property owner to provide construction access across right-of-way drainage, including installation of a properly sized culvert pipe, appropriate backfill material, and drive apron. Driveway and ditch enclosure permits can be obtained through the Zoning Department and require Engineering Department inspection.
Public Drainage Way
A Public Drainage Way is a natural or manmade watercourse, drainage marshy area, detention, or retention pond that exists in a public right-of-way, land owned by the City of Green or a public dedicated drainage access on private property.
An easement is defined as the right-of-use over or in the property of another, granted by homeowner for specific public or semi-public purposes and accepted by City Council for such use by, or on behalf of the public.
The following criteria is used when managing storm water issues:
- Loss of Life or Reduction in Public Safety
- Major Property Damage
- Potential for Major Property Damage
- Minor Property Damage
- Potential for Minor Potential Damage
- Minor Nuisance Flooding
Private Drainage Way
A Private Drainage Way is a natural or manmade watercourse, drainage marshy area, detention, or retention pond that exists on private land vacant of any public right-of-way drainage access. Property owners of private drainage areas are also required to provide maintenance to those drainage systems that may impact the nearby property owners.