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June 1st, 2022 - Notice of Intent to Submit Application to Obtain Permit Coverage as an MS4

The City of Carmel, located at 1 Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032, intends to discharge stormwater into the;

Lion Creek – Little Eagle Branch of Eagle Creek, HUC 051202011104
Irishman Run – Eagle Creek branch of Eagle Creek, HUC 051202011107
Delaware Creek – Crooked Creek branch of Crooked Creek – White River, HUC 051202011005
Williams Creek branch of Crooked Creek – White River, HUC 051202011004
Cool Creek branch of Crooked Creek – White River, HUC 051202011001
Carmel Creek – White River branch of Crooked Creek – White River, HUC 051202011003
Mallory Granger Ditch – White River branch of Stoney Creek – White River, HUC 051202010705
Vestal Ditch – White River branch of Crooked Creek – White River, HUC 051202011002

And is submitting a Notice of Intent to notify the Indiana Department of Environmental Management of the MS4 entity’s intent to comply with the requirements of the MS4 General Permit to discharge stormwater run-off.


Please direct any questions to the Department of Stormwater Management at 317-571-2441, stormwater@carmel.in.gov , or by mail at; 1 Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032.


WRCU - Exceptional Commitment to Conservation - UWRWA Award - 2013

In September of 2013, the City of Carmel along with the City of Noblesville, the Town of Fishers, and River Cleanup, Inc. were awarded the Exceptional Commitment to Conservation Award at the Upper White River Watershed Alliance Stewardship Awards for the 2013 White River Cleanup.

Hamilton County River Cleanup Accepts the Exceptional Commitment to Conservation Award
from the Upper White River Watershed Alliance

 WRCU - Exceptional Commitment to Conservation -UWRWA Award - 2013
From Left: John Thomas, City of Carmel Storm Water Administrator; Jason Armour, Town of Fishers Storm Water Engineer; Tim Stottlemyer, City of Noblesville MS4 Program Manager; Allen Lind, River Cleanup, Inc.; and Lance Lantz, President of the Upper White River Watershed Alliance and Superintendent of the Town of Zionsville Street Department