Groundwater
Bannock County Groundwater

Small Business Toolbox


Do you work with hazardous materials? Will you be adding onto your facility or parking lot? Use the links below to find out which regulations apply to your business.

Permits and Licenses

Many businesses handle hazardous materials. Properly designed storage facilities can ensure that these contaminants don’t get into our drinking water or streams, even if they are spilled.

Department of Environmental Quality

www.deq.idaho.gov/permitting.aspx
Regulations and permitting requirements for the storage and disposal of hazardous materials in Idaho. 1-877-5PERMIT (1-877-573-7648)

City of Pocatello
Fire Department

www.pocatello.us/fire/fire_permits.htm 
Regulations and permitting requirements for storing combustible materials in Pocatello.

Water Pollution Control

www.pocatello.us/wpc/wpc_pretreatment.htm Regulations and pre-treatment requirements for connecting to the sanitary sewer system.

City of Chubbuck
Fire Department

www.cityofchubbuck.us/fire Regulations and permitting requirements for storing combustible materials in Chubbuck.

Business Licenses

www.cityofchubbuck.us/business The City of Chubbuck requires all businesses to be licensed.

Water Pollution Control

www.pocatello.us/wpc/wpc_pretreatment.htm Regulations and pre-treatment requirements for connecting to the sanitary sewer system.

Bannock County

www.co.bannock.id.us/zoning/index.htm Planning and zoning requirements for new construction.


Storm Water

www.pocatello.us/se/se_stormwater.htm Storm water can contain oil, metals, nutrients, sediment, and bacteria. Properly designed storm water facilities can keep these contaminants out of our drinking water and out of our streams.

Pocatello Storm Water Requirements

Click here for storm water facility design requirements for Pocatello, Chubbuck and Bannock County.

Industrial Stormwater Permit Guide

www.pneac.org/stormwater Industrial facilities are required to obtain permit coverage for stormwater if:

  1. You have a point source stormwater discharge associated with an industrial or commercial activity from your property either directly to waters of the United States or to a municipal separate storm sewer system. and
  2. Your primary SIC Code is regulated by the Industrial Stormwater Regulations


Maps

City of Pocatello Interactive Map

webmap.pocatello.us/public
Floodplain and zoning information for individual parcels.

City of Pocatello Natural Features Map

www.pocatello.us/pds/documents/maps/lg_nat_features.pdf
Streams and other waterbodies, hillsides, etc.

Bannock County Interactive Map

gis.whispermountain.net/bannockcountypublic
Zoning information for individual parcels.

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