Storm Water Management Program

HR Green completed the citywide storm water needs assessment in 2015. They mapped existing complaint data on file from all available sources, obtained new data from residents as well as their own field evaluations of streams, and developed a basic hydraulic model of the entire City.  Over 1000 problem points were been mapped. At the September 2016 City Council meeting, the contract with HR Green was approved for the development of the Storm Water Master Plan and five-year implementation plan.  A draft of the Master Plan was which involved performing field verification work of storm water conditions, hydraulic modeling utilizing specialized software, and developed concept solutions for 55 projects. After approval from City Council, the plan was then presented to the public in a series of Public Open House meetings in Spring 2017.  Over 120 residents attended these open houses and many provided feedback.  HR Green made modifications to the plan based on public comment and additional field reconnaissance.  The five-year implementation plan was presented to City Council on July 17, 2017 for adoption.  Specific Storm Water project meetings for the eight highest ranking projects took place during Fall 2017 to convey information about the projects and to obtain Letters of Intent from impacted property owners.  Once Letters of Intent are obtained from 100% of the impacted property owners from projects approved in the five-year implementation plan, the design phase can begin.  

* Storm Water Management on Residential Properties: Resources and Information Toolbox

*12-11-2018: Storm Water Management Program Status Update


*3-30-18: Pre-Qualification List - Storm Water Management Program  


Storm Water Master Plan

2017 Five-Year Implementation Program

Master Plan Overview

Storm Water Master Plan- Technical Memorandum


Project Workbooks:

Willow Hill 

Robin Hill/McKnight Lane


Babler Lane

South Tealbrook Drive

Briarwood Drive

Pebble Creek at Warson Road

Burroughs Lane

Master Plan Exhibits:

Willow Hill 

Robin Hill Lane/McKnight Lane


Babler Lane

South Tealbrook Drive

Briarwood Drive

Pebble Creek at Warson

Burroughs Lane

Storm Water Funding Application

Program Eligibility and Information

 (hard copies can be found at the Public Works Office)


Project contacts:

Corrected Project email address: 

Project phone number: 636-812-4222

Storm Water Management Program - Report of Finding


City of Ladue- Storm Water Engineering Manager

Pete Merten - 314-993-5665




Ladue Department of Public Works
9345 Clayton Rd
Ladue, MO 63124

(314) 993-5665

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City Council Work Session
3:00 PM
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November 18
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9345 Clayton Road
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November 21
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November 28
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