Partner Community Resources
          MCM 3, MCM 4
  • Through its partnership with MS4 communities, KYTC offers available mapping data from highway projects.  Local communities can inquire about available data through their KYTC District office.
  
KYTC Environmental Viewer
  • The KYTC Environmental Viewer is a tool that was developed to identify environmentally sensitive features near maintenance projects.  The following guidance is available to support the use of this tool:
  
KEPSC Local Program Information Sheets
KPDES General Stormwater Permit for Construction (KYR10).

Stormwater runoff from construction related site disturbance throughout the Commonwealth is regulated under KYR10.  The permit regulates disturbances of one or more acres or disturbances that are less than one acre but are part of a larger common plan of development or sale that is of one or more acres. ​

USACE Permits.

 Permits may be needed from the US Army Corps of Engineers:

Kentucky Construction Site Best Management Practices (BMPs)

Kentucky Construction Site Best Management Practices (BMPs) Planning and Technical Specifications Manual.  The Technical Specifications Manual includes information on the selection, installation and maintenance of erosion prevention and sediment control BMPs.​

Kentucky Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Field Guide.

Parts: 1, 2 & 3.  The Field Guide is a condensed version of the Technical Specifications Manual to facilitate use on construction sites. ​

Kentucky Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control (KEPSC) Training.

The KEPSC Program is a training program for understanding, implementing and inspecting erosion prevention and sediment control BMPs at construction sites.  The KEPSC website includes a list of Kentucky Qualified Inspectors through their course. ​

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) Contractors.
Erosion Prevention & Sediment Control (EPSC) Vendors
Kentucky BMP Technical Manual:

DOW/KEPSC Field Guide