The City of Archdale’ Stormwater Advisory Board Meets Quarterly to address NPDES updates and as a venue for citizen concerns. In addition, a log of engagements are maintained using Microsoft Outlook. All engagements involve a history and evolution of the stormwater program from the iconic Cuyohoga River to present with an annual average 830.75 telephone conversations and 1072.08 site visits (site visits also provide an overlap for IDDE assessments).
Program Changes Since 2007
In 2007, citizens only knew that they were going to be subject to the "rain tax" as coined by the media. In 2019, citizens regularly contact the city with questions concerning the maximum fine of $51,575 for knowingly violating the Clean Water Act of 1972.