Vermont Wetland Rules - 2020
Antidegradation limits incremental lowering of water quality in lakes, rivers, and wetlands when applied during a permit review process. Any lowering of water quality must be found to be necessary to avoid substantial economic and social impacts. However, the surface water’s uses and values established in State law, such as swimming, boating, and fishing, must always be maintained and protected. Also included among those uses and values are the use of a surface water by fish, wildlife, and other living things, as well as the physical habitat that supports aquatic life.
General Permit 3-9004
The Agency of Natural Resources developed a tool called the Permit Navigator to help you determine what permits you may need for a project on a single parcel. If you have a linear, polygon, or multi-parcel project, contact a Community Assistance Specialist to get started.
US Ecology Burlington
GENERAL PERMIT 3-9020 FOR STORMWATER RUNOFF FROM CONSTRUCTION SITES
Vermont Wetland Rules
Permit Information, Applications, and Fees
Stormwater Permit fees for all types of permits
Investing in Clean Water – how your stormwater permit supports clean water work