Term: 4 years
Mission Statement: The Town of Surfside Beach Stormwater Advisory Committee, an ad hoc committee, is established to protect and improve the Town’s greatest natural aquatic resources—its lakes, waterways and beaches—by fostering public stewardship, recommending Best Management Practices (BMPs), conducting long- and short-range planning and execution of these BMPs to restore and preserve these aquatic resources ensuring they meet the most feasible and achievable water quality goals. The board will also address flood control BMPs, as needed, in conjunction with its long term water quality mission. The committee serves as the Town’s National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) forum for public participation, public education and outreach, illicit discharge detection and elimination, construction site and post-construction runoff controls, and improved pollution prevention and good housekeeping with all Town operations.
Duties: The function of the Committee is to meet periodically to develop complimentary strategies for managing the town’s stormwater systems through public education, outreach, participation, involvement, pollution prevention and stormwater best practices.
Qualifications: The Town of Surfside Beach Stormwater Committee is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of Town Council but there are no specific qualifications. Town residency is required.
Meeting Schedule: This committee meets the quarterly in January, April, July and October. Education sessions provided periodically. View the town calendar: http://www.surfsidebeach.org/calendar or call 843.913.6333 for upcoming meeting dates.
Volunteers Needed for Water Quality Monitoring
Samples are taken the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month between 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. More information about the program is available at: http://www.coastal.edu/wwa/vm/sb/. Training is provided. If you are interested, contact Coastal Carolina University’s volunteer water quality monitoring coordinator, Kelly Hall, by emailing her at email@example.com.
Stormwater Management and Education Opportunities
How do Trees Impact Stormwater?
Click here to view a PowerPoint Presentation presented to the Planning Commission about Protected, Specimen & Landmark Trees.
Term of Service
||03/12/2019 to 03/12/2023
|P. L. Mabry
||01/12/2016 to 01/12/2020
|Ron Mask, Chairman (2019-2021)
||12/12/2017 to 12/12/2021
|Carol Lucas, Vice Chairman (2019-2021)
||08/28/2018 to 08/28/2022
||03/26/2019 to 03/26/2023
2017 Beach Sweep Statistics
Town of Surfside Beach Watershed Map
Clemson/Carolina Clear Website
Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (SMS4s) 2013 Annual Report
Stormwater Seminar: Managing Lake or Pond Frontage
2010 Annual Report
2011 Annual Report
2012 Annual Report
(Note: Annual Reports are no longer submitted as all meeting minutes are available on this site.)
Storm Water Brochure on Ditch Maintenance
Storm Water Brochure on Animal Waste
Coastal Waccamaw Stormwater Education Consortium
Stormwater Pollutant Sources
Stormwater Coloring Contest Sheet
Other resources and information are available at http://www.surfsidebeach.org/public-works.