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Blueprint Contacts

910 Dublin Road
Columbus, OH 43215
Office : 614-645-1253
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Learn how the City is eliminating sanitary sewer overflows.  

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Blueprint Columbus is an innovative way of eliminating sanitary sewer overflows while also investing in our neighborhoods and our local economy. 

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Blueprint Columbus was approved by the Ohio EPA on December 1, 2015. This plan has many advantages over the City’s original Wet Weather Management Plan: it's faster and cheaper; it’s greener; it’s more affordable; it’s more innovative; it’s better for our neighborhoods and our local economy; and it’s what our community wants.

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Lateral Lining Installation

Why Blueprint Columbus? Blueprint Columbus uses today’s technology to address the problem of rain water in sanitary sewers by directing it to the storm sewer, where it belongs. - learn more

Four Pillars

Four Pillars There are four pillars that make up Blueprint Columbus: lateral lining, roof water redirection, a voluntary sump pump program, and green infrastructure. Lateral lining, roof water redirection and sump pumps keep rain water out of the sanitary sewer system and green infrastructure protects the quality of water in our rivers and streams.
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Community

Community Advisory Panel A Community Advisory Panel was formed to represent a broad spectrum of stakeholders across Columbus. Members advised the City on the development of its plan to address both stormwater runoff and sewer overflows.
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Green Infrastructure Design Guidelines and Green Infrastructure Supplemental Specifications

Green Infrastructure Design Guidelines and Green Infrastructure Supplemental Specifications Green Infrastructure Design Guidelines  and associated Green Infrastructure Supplemental Specifications were developed to assist with the design, construction and establishment of GI facilities in the public Right-of-Way (ROW). Elements of the Green Infrastructure Design Guidelines  and Green Infrastructure Supplemental Specifications may be used on private development sites where appropriate. - learn more