Stormwater Master Plan
The City's Stormwater Master Plan (PDF) updated the previous Drainage Master Plan that was completed in 1994. This plan will update hydrologic and hydraulic models, analyze drainage complaint areas, assess creek erosion, establish a capital improvement plan as well as assess regulatory options and drainage utility review for funding opportunities
Stormwater Master Plan - Final 2018
Efforts to optimize activities with the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), Water Quality Protection Plan (WQPP), Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) and the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) will also be incorporated. The plan will consider current and future development and the City's drainage improvements that have been installed since the adoption of the Drainage Master Plan.
Basic Services for the comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan update will include the following:
- Review and analysis of conceptual options of over 60 drainage problem "hot spots".
- Perform 1D/2D modeling on Purgatory Creek and provide options for flood reduction.
- Finalize a Citywide fee-in-lieu of providing on-site detention facilities for contribution to future regional facilities.
- Finalize a Stormwater Management Fee within the San Marcos Urban Infill Boundary (UIB) that calculates a fee-in-lieu of providing on-site water quality facilities.
- Final deliverables to include an updated 10-year CIP, changes to CodeSMTX that reflects new fee in lieu of detention as well as Stormwater Management Fee, Citywide drainage "hot spots" and concept design remedies.
The City will be provided a completed model which will allow the alignment of flood areas with the newest FEMA map updates.
Related Stormwater Master Plan Documents & Reports
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Grant Task Order HSFE06-15-J-0002 (5-31-16) (PDF)
- Fee In Lieu of Water Quality (PDF)
- Field Assessment Report (Hot Spots) (PDF)
- GBRA Technical Report Notebook (TRN) for Blanco and San Marcos River Confluence (11-2-17) (PDF)
- GBRA Technical Report Notebook for Blanco and San Marcos River Confluence Unsteady Modeling (PDF)
- Drainage Master Plan 1994