A. Whenever any activity is being done contrary to the provisions of this chapter, the Director may order the work stopped by notice verbally or in writing served on any persons engaged in the doing or causing such work to be done, and any such person shall forthwith stop such work until authorized by the Director to proceed with the work.
B. The Director may suspend work on any project during periods of inclement weather to reduce actual or potential erosion and/or sedimentation. Such a period may involve days or weeks during storm events or may, at the discretion of the Director, involve the entire rainy season (October 1 through April 30).
C. Outside the rainy season (May 1 through September 30), the Director may order work stopped because of inadequate temporary erosion/sedimentation controls. In such cases, a revised temporary erosion/sediment control plan (including but not limited to addition of or additional phasing) shall be submitted to the City for review. Once approved and implemented, the Director shall lift the stop work order and work can continue.
D. During the rainy season (October 1 through April 30), The Director may require a Wet Weather Plan, a Seasonal Suspension Plan, and an updated temporary erosion and sediment control plan be submitted to the City for review and approval by September 30. The Redmond Stormwater Technical Notebook details which plans apply to which projects. The Director may order work stopped because of inadequate temporary erosion/sediment controls during the rainy season. In such a case, the wet weather plan and temporary erosion/sediment control plan will be reviewed, updated and implemented to control erosion and/or sedimentation. If deemed necessary the City may suspend work through the rainy season and require implementation of the seasonal suspension plan. (Ord. 3081 § 2, 2022; Ord. 2860 § 3 (part), 2016: Ord. 2532 § 2 (part), 2010: Ord. 2218 § 1, 2004).