Consent Decree Public Repository

As a part of the Consent Decree that was negotiated with the Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency, the City is required to provide access to documents that are generated. These documents will be maintained electronically as a part of this website and paper copies will be available for viewing at the Administrative Office of the Water and Sewerage Department at the address below:

505 Travis Street, Suite 580
Shreveport, Louisiana, 71101

Annual Reports

Annual Reports required by the Consent Decree summarize activities completed in the previous year and activities anticipated in the following year.

 

Sanitary Sewer Assessment (SSA) Reports

SSA Reports summarize the assessment and investigation activities completed to analyze various portions of the City’s sanitary sewer system.

Electronic versions of the SSA Reports exclude Appendix I because of file size. Appendix I contains the raw data and reports compiled during the collection system field inspections. The data is available for viewing at the physical location of the public repository at Government Plaza at 505 Travis Street, Suite 580, Shreveport LA 71101.

Remediation Measures Plan (RMP) Reports

RMP Reports are developed to identify engineering recommendations to improve the City’s sanitary sewer system based on data collected during the sanitary sewer assessment and investigation activities.

Electronic versions of the RMP Reports exclude Appendix I because of file size. Appendix I contains the raw data and reports compiled during the collection system field inspections. The data is available for viewing at the physical location of the public repository at Government Plaza at 505 Travis Street, Suite 580, Shreveport LA 71101.

Capacity Assessment and Capacity RMP Reports

The Capacity Assessment Report was developed to identify areas of the City’s sanitary sewer system that are currently undersized. The Capacity Assessment RMP Report identifies improvements needed to convey the required flows.

 

Hydraulic Model Report

The City developed a computerized model of its sanitary sewer system to assess the system’s capacity and identify proposed improvements. A report summarizing the hydraulic model is provided below.

 

Collection System Management, Operation and Preventative Maintenance Program (CMOM)

The City developed and implemented a CMOM Program in response to the requirements of the Consent Decree. The CMOM Report is provided below.