District

PHYSICAL PLANT:
Phone: 517-694-3602

Fax:     517-699-2408

Mr. Jon Hall, Supervisor
jhall@hpsk12.net

Ms. Susan Ward, Secretary
susan.ward3p@hpsk12.net

 

 

 

 

 

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT:

Holt Public Schools and Delhi Charter Township are subject to Federal “Phase II” stormwater regulations.  To assist the school district with compliance requirements, the Delhi Township Board agreed to “nest” the School District which lies within the jurisdictional limits of the Township, and the School Districts property in the Village of Dimondale.  In 2006 the Township Board and the School District signed an Interagency Agreement for coverage under the Delhi Township Phase II NPDES Storm Water Permit.

 

Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management Newsletters - (PDF files)

Watershed Management Plans - (PDF files)

  • Grand River Watershed
  1. Complete File
  2. Cover
  3. Table of Contents
  4. Section 1 - Executive Summary
  5. Section 2 - Introduction
  6. Section 3 - Watershed Characteristics
  7. Section 4 - Water Quality
  8. Section 5 - Community Outreach
  9. Section 6 - Challenges and Goals
  10. Section 7 - Watershed Protection Tools
  11. Section 8 - Action Plan
  12. Section 9 - Evaluation Mechanisms
  13. Section 10 - Plan Sustainability
  • Red Cedar Watershed
  1. Complete File
  2. Cover
  3. Table of Contents
  4. Section 1 - Executive Summary
  5. Section 2 - Introduction
  6. Section 3 - Watershed Characteristics
  7. Section 4 - Water Quality
  8. Section 5 - Community Outreach
  9. Section 6 - Challenges and Goals
  10. Section 7 - Watershed Protection Tools
  11. Section 8 - Action Plan
  12. Section 9 - Evaluation Mechanisms
  13. Section 10 - Plan Sustainability


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PEAS Hotline

The Michigan Pollution Emergency Alerting System (PEAS) is a 24 hour hotline managed by the MDEQ since 1975. Use to report environmental pollution emergencies such as accidents, pipeline breaks, release of hazardous substances such as oil, salt or other polluting materials. when a call is received, appropriate MDEQ staff are dispatched to provide technical advice to first responders on actions they can take to minimize environmental damage. The PEAS hotline can be called toll free at (800)-292-4706.