NPDES ePermitting Public Webinar

The below information is for a Public webinar on the ePermitting update for CH 102 / 105 NPDES permitting program. Changes were made to the registration process.  Please note, this webinar information has already been provided to all EFAs which are registered for these application types.

Registration is required

Event: Chapters 102 & 105 ePermitting UPDATES – EFA/System Access and 102/105Permit Certifications – June 8, 2021
Event address for attendees:
Date and time: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 1:00 pm
Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Audio conference:
Access code: 132 074 0598

The MCCD Office is reopening with new hours!

The Montgomery County Conservation District will be officially open to the public effective June 1, 2021.  The hours of operation will be between 8:15 AM and 4:15 PM.  Other hours may be available by appointment.  Masks are still required to be worn by those individuals who are not fully vaccinated at all times when in the office.

The Recordings from the March 17th “Stormwater Maintenance for Homeowners Associations and Property Management Companies” Webinar are now available

The recordings may be downloaded via the following links:

Shannon Healy’s presentation – “Conservation Districts and the Notice of Termination Process” –  (225MB) –

Carl Weiner’s presentation on Homeowners Association Law (635 MB) –

Jeffrey Wert’s presentation – “Homeowner Associations – Operation and Maintenance of Stormwater Management Systems” (291 MB) –

Zach Shearon’s presentation “BMP Establishment / Maintenance / Repair” & the final Q&A (397 MB) –

A link for the entire presentation (1.62 GB) –  It is also available on youtube at

Spring Pasture Webinar Series

To download the flyer in a pdf format, click here.  To register for the webinar, please click here or click on the picture above.  For more information, please contact Abigail Reiter.

Grant funds remain available at this time for Multifunctional Riparian Buffer Grant Program

For more information, click here or contact our Watershed Specialist Brian Vadino at

Mission Statement
To protect and improve the quality of life of the residents of Montgomery County and surrounding communities by providing, in cooperation with others, timely and efficient service, education, and technical guidance, for the wise use of our soil, water, and related resources.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday
8:15AM – 4:15PM