Storm Water

Holland’s storm water program focuses on complying with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit required by the Ohio EPA. The Village falls in the Maumee River watershed and pollutants in area storm sewers, creeks, and ditch networks directly affects the health of not only the Maumee River and Lake Erie, but the entire Great Lakes System. Keeping the local catch basins, sewer inlets, ditches and creeks minimally impacted by pollutants helps stop deterioration of our drinking water and recreational water areas.


Holland Storm Water Management Plan

The Village follows the Lucas County guidelines for water quality and detention calculations. Storm Drainage Design

The basic steps necessary to adequately reduce storm water pollution include:

Public Education and Outreach

Public Involvement and Participation

Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination

Construction Site Runoff Control

Post Construction Storm Water Management

Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping


Soil & Erosion Control & Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Regulations


Seasonal Stormwater Awareness

The following links provide information on keeping stormwater in the forefront during the year.

Information provided by the Stormwater Coalition, a committee of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG)

Change in the Weather

End of Season Pool and Hot Tub Draining

Winter Ice & Snow Removal

You can make a difference, check out the Toledo Lake Erie Clean Water Clear Choices website for more ways to help protect our water.