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Water Quality Program

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What does the Water Quality Program do?

We manage Chattanooga's stormwater, natural water bodies, & green infrastructure

  • Stormwater runoff is rain water that is not absorbed into the ground because it falls on hard, impervious surfaces like roofs, roads, & parking lots.

  • When water runs off these surfaces, it can pick up pollutants that go directly, untreated into our water bodies.

  • We work to improve the quality and quantity of stormwater & it's impact on our ecosystems.


What don't we do 

We do not manage sanitary sewer or drinking water

  • If you are in need of these services, please see the bottom of the page for links to sanitary sewer and drinking water contacts.


Contact us



  • 423.643.5877


  • 1250 Market St. Suite 2100 Chattanooga, TN 37402 



Stormwater Regulations Board 


The Stormwater Regulations Board (SRB) reserves the possibility to meet the 3rd Monday of each month. Meetings are held at 3:00 p.m. in Conference Room 1-A of the Development Resource Center at 1250 Market Street, Chattanooga, TN 37402. The Board is required to meet at least quarterly. Other meetings are scheduled according to whether there is an Agenda. Please contact the Water Quality Program at 423-643-5877 to confirm SRB meetings.

Minutes - coming soon 

  • Next SRB Meeting:    9/20/21 
    • Meetings are being held virtually until further notice. If you would like to join us, please do so using Google Meet, or via phone:  
      (US) +1 469-751-2001 (PIN: 756030130)


 Links for sanitary sewer and drinking water utilities:


For sanitary sewer information:

  • To report an issue please call 311 at 423-643-6311.


For drinking water information contact your local water utility:




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