The Jurisdictional Runoff Management Program (JRMP) is the City of Lemon Grove’s approach to improving water quality in its creeks, rivers, and San Diego Bay by reducing discharges of pollutants to the municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4). The City’s MS4 conveys runoff from rain, over-irrigation, and other sources of water to receiving water bodies without first being directed to a treatment plant. This JRMP has been prepared in response to the new MS4 Permit issued by the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (Order No. R9-2013-0001, as amended by R9-2015-0001). The 2013 MS4 Permit requires the City of Lemon Grove and the other 20 municipal agencies in San Diego County to prepare both jurisdictional and watershed scale plans that detail how they will comply with the new storm water requirements. The JRMP is an update to the City’s 2008 Jurisdictional Urban Runoff Management Program (JURMP), which was prepared in response to the 2007 MS4 Permit.
Geographic Information System (GIS) files used to develop maps presented in the JRMP are available here. Note that the files provided are only for the user's convenience and no warranty is made as to the accuracy of the data. Files that are directly available from the SanGIS website should be accessed by visiting the website at http://www.sangis.org/