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CITY OF SAN LEANDRO FISCAL YEAR 2014‐2015 ANNUAL REPORT OF STORMWATER PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION MEMBER AGENCIES: Alameda Albany Berkeley Dublin Emeryville Fremont Hayward Livermore Newark Oakland Piedmont Pleasanton San Leandro

Submitted to: California Regional Water Quality Control Board San Francisco Bay Region

Union City County of Alameda Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Zone 7 Water Agency

September 15, 2015

FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro ATTACHMENT B

Table of Contents

Section

Page

Section 1 – Permittee Information ................................................................................................................................. 1-1 Section 2 – Provision C.2 Municipal Operations ......................................................................................................... 2-1 Section 3 – Provision C.3 New Development and Redevelopment ....................................................................... 3-1 Section 4 – Provision C.4 Industrial and Commercial Site Controls ......................................................................... 4-1 Section 5 – Provision C.5 Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination ..................................................................... 5-1 Section 6 – Provision C.6 Construction Site Controls .................................................................................................. 6-1 Section 7 – Provision C.7 Public Information and Outreach .................................................................................... 7-1 Section 8 – Provision C.8 Water Quality Monitoring ................................................................................................... 8-1 Section 9 – Provision C.9 Pesticides Toxicity Controls ................................................................................................ 9-1 Section 10 – Provision C.10 Trash Load Reduction ................................................................................................... 10-1 Section 11 – Provision C.11 Mercury Controls ........................................................................................................... 11-1 Section 12 – Provision C.12 PCBs Controls ................................................................................................................. 12-1 Section 13 – Provision C.13 Copper Controls ............................................................................................................ 13-1 Section 14 – Provision C.14 PBDE, Legacy Pesticides and Selenium Controls..................................................... 14-1 Section 15 – Provision C.15 Exempted and Conditionally Exempted Discharges ............................................. 15-1

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Permittee Information Section 1 – Permittee Information

SECTION I. BACKGROUND INFORMATION Background Information Permittee Name:

City of San Leandro

Population:

89,350

NPDES Permit No.:

CAS612008

Order Number:

R2-2009-0074R

Reporting Time Period (month/year):

July 2014 through June 2015

Name of the Responsible Authority:

Chris Zapata

Mailing Address: City:

835 E.

14th

(510) 577-3390

E-mail Address:

[email protected]

Name of the Designated Stormwater Management Program Contact (if different from above):

Debbie Pollart

Department:

Public Works Department

City:

San Leandro

Fax Number:

Alameda (510) 577-3340

Title:

Public Works Director

14200 Chapman Road Zip Code:

County:

94578

Telephone Number:

(510) 577-6020

E-mail Address:

[email protected]

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County:

94577

Telephone Number:

Mailing Address:

City Manager

Street

Zip Code:

San Leandro

Title:

Fax Number:

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Alameda (510) 352-1192

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C.2 – Municipal Operations Section 2 - Provision C.2 Reporting Municipal Operations

Program Highlights and Evaluation

Highlight/summarize activities for reporting year: Summary: Refer to the C.2 Municipal Operations section of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report for a description of activities implemented at the countywide and/or regional level.

C.2.a. ►Street and Road Repair and Maintenance Place a Y in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were implemented. If not applicable, type NA in the box and provide an explanation in the comments section below. Place an N in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were not implemented for one or more of these activities during the reporting fiscal year, then in the comments section below provide an explanation of when BMPs were not implemented and the corrective actions taken. Y Y Y

Control of debris and waste materials during road and parking lot installation, repaving or repair maintenance activities from polluting stormwater Control of concrete slurry and wastewater, asphalt, pavement cutting, and other street and road maintenance materials and wastewater from discharging to storm drains from work sites. Sweeping and/or vacuuming and other dry methods to remove debris, concrete, or sediment residues from work sites upon completion of work.

Comments: Street maintenance employees have been trained on stormwater BMPs for all minor repair work. Maintenance employees perform pavement cutting on a very limited basis.

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C.2.b. ►Sidewalk/Plaza Maintenance and Pavement Washing Place a Y in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were implemented. If not applicable, type NA in the box and provide an explanation in the comments section below. Place an N in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were not implemented for one or more of these activities during the reporting fiscal year, then in the comments section below provide an explanation of when BMPs were not implemented and the corrective actions taken. Y

Control of wash water from pavement washing, mobile cleaning, pressure wash operations at parking lots, garages, trash areas, gas station fueling areas, and sidewalk and plaza cleaning activities from polluting stormwater

Y

Implementation of the BASMAA Mobile Surface Cleaner Program BMPs

Comments: Maintenance staff and contractors perform BMPs on all pressure washing activities. Staff keep supplies on their vehicle at all times to control runoff and prevent it from entering the storm system. The City requires BASMAA certification for all contractors that conduct mobile cleaning and pressure washing operations. Contractors are required to collect and discharge wastewater into the sewer system and to protect nearby storm inlets from run-off.

C.2.c. ►Bridge and Structure Maintenance and Graffiti Removal Place a Y in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were implemented. If not applicable, type NA in the box and provide an explanation in the comments section below. Place an N in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were not implemented for one or more of these activities during the reporting fiscal year, then in the comments section below provide an explanation of when BMPs were not implemented and the corrective actions taken. Y

Control of discharges from bridge and structural maintenance activities directly over water or into storm drains

Y

Control of discharges from graffiti removal activities

Y

Proper disposal for wastes generated from bridge and structure maintenance and graffiti removal activities

Y

Implementation of the BASMAA Mobile Surface Cleaner Program BMPs for graffiti removal

Y

Employee training on proper capture and disposal methods for wastes generated from bridge and structural maintenance and graffiti removal activities.

Y

Contract specifications requiring proper capture and disposal methods for wastes generated from bridge and structural maintenance and graffiti removal activities.

Comments: Proper capture and disposal methods are written into contractor specifications for bridge and structural maintenance. Graffiti removal activities were conducted by Public Works employees and not by contract. Staff was trained on the BMP for Over Water Activities in March. In addition, the Graffiti Abatement section purchased supplies to prevent non-stormwater discharges for abatement activities near inlets.

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C.2 – Municipal Operations

C.2.d. ►Stormwater Pump Stations Does your municipality own stormwater pump stations:

X

Yes

No

If your answer is No then skip to C.2.e. Complete the following table for dry weather DO monitoring and inspection data for pump stations 1 (add more rows for additional pump stations). If a pump station is exempt from DO monitoring, explain why it is exempt. First inspection Dry Weather DO Data Date mg/L 7/14/14 7.92 7/14/14 4.65

Pump Station Name and Location Washington Storm Station Wicks Storm Station

Second inspection Dry Weather DO Data Date mg/L 9/10/14 7.60 9/10/14 4.40

Summarize corrective actions as needed for DO monitoring at or below 3 mg/L. Attach inspection records of additional DO monitoring for corrective actions: Summary:

Attachments: Complete the following table for wet weather inspection data for pump stations (add more rows for additional pump stations):

1

Pump Station Name and Location

Date (2x/year required)

Presence of Trash (Cubic Yards)

Presence of Odor (Yes or No)

Presence of Color (Yes or No)

Presence of Turbidity (Yes or No)

Presence of Floating Hydrocarbons (Yes or No)

Washington Storm Station

9/8/14

Under .1

no

no

no

no

Washington Storm Station

2/2/15

Under .1

no

no

no

no

Wicks Storm Station

9/9/14

Approx .5

no

no

no

no

Wicks Storm Station

2/4/15

Under .1

no

no

no

no

DO monitoring is exempted where all discharge from a pump station remains in a stormwater collection system or infiltrates into a dry creek immediately downstream.

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C.2.e. ►Rural Public Works Construction and Maintenance 2

Yes

Does your municipality own/maintain rural roads:

X

No

If your answer is No then skip to C.2.f. Place a Y in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were implemented. If not applicable, type NA in the box and provide an explanation in the comments section below. Place an N in the boxes next to activities where applicable BMPs were not implemented for one or more of these activities during the reporting fiscal year, then in the comments section below provide an explanation of when BMPs were not implemented and the corrective actions taken. Control of road-related erosion and sediment transport from road design, construction, maintenance, and repairs in rural areas Identification and prioritization of rural road maintenance based on soil erosion potential, slope steepness, and stream habitat resources No impact to creek functions including migratory fish passage during construction of roads and culverts Inspection of rural roads for structural integrity and prevention of impact on water quality Maintenance of rural roads adjacent to streams and riparian habitat to reduce erosion, replace damaging shotgun culverts and excessive erosion Re-grading of unpaved rural roads to slope outward where consistent with road engineering safety standards, and installation of water bars as appropriate Inclusion of measures to reduce erosion, provide fish passage, and maintain natural stream geomorphology when replacing culverts or design of new culverts or bridge crossings Comments including listing increased maintenance in priority areas:

Rural means any watershed or portion thereof that is developed with large lot home-sites, such as one acre or larger, or with primarily agricultural, grazing or open space uses.

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C.2.f. ►Corporation Yard BMP Implementation Place an X in the boxes below that apply to your corporations yard(s): We do not have a corporation yard Our corporation yard is a filed NOI facility and regulated by the California State Industrial Stormwater NPDES General Permit X

We have a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the Corporation Yard(s)

Place an X in the boxes below next to implemented SWPPP BMPs to indicate that these BMPs were implemented in applicable instances. If not applicable, type NA in the box. If one or more of the BMPs were not adequately implemented during the reporting fiscal year then indicate so and explain in the comments section below: X

Control of pollutant discharges to storm drains such as wash waters from cleaning vehicles and equipment

X

Routine inspection prior to the rainy seasons of corporation yard(s) to ensure non-stormwater discharges have not entered the storm drain system

X

Containment of all vehicle and equipment wash areas through plumbing to sanitary or another collection method

X

Use of dry cleanup methods when cleaning debris and spills from corporation yard(s) or collection of all wash water and disposing of wash water to sanitary or other location where it does not impact surface or groundwater when wet cleanup methods are used

X

Cover and/or berm outdoor storage areas containing waste pollutants

Comments: Staff continues to focus on routine inspections and corrective action to keep the site clean and reduce or eliminate the potential for debris and non-stormwater discharges into the SWI’s onsite. Staff has implemented a number of strategies including the use of berms, SWI covers (dry season) and SWI filter inserts (rainy season). Staff continues to be challenged with dirt, rock, and sand entering the inlets from site operations and from the neighboring rail line. The filter inlets are proving invaluable for capturing debris and preventing it from entering the storm system. If you have a corporation yard(s) that is not an NOI facility, complete the following table for inspection results for your corporation yard(s) or attach a summary including the following information: Corporation Yard Name

Inspection Date (1x/year required)

Public Works Service Center

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Inspection Findings/Results

Follow-up Actions

Identified uncovered leaves, stumps, and chips from tree operations; uncovered sand pile in vehicle storage area; debris along western fence line; electronics collected from streets stored improperly; paint set outside of storage shed.

Had debris piles covered or removed; yard was swept, and bales/socks replaced around inlets; sent out reminder about covering mulch and gravel piles; had electronics removed/ recycled and paint put back

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Public Works Service Center

2/27/15

Identified big pile of wood chips outside of debris box; gravel in bay not completely covered; leaf debris covering inlet in SW corner of yard; new bales needed around wash rack; equipment up against curb line; 5-gallon container of paint improperly set outside hazmat shed (picked up as illegal dumping).

Debris box storage area cleaned, rock covered, straw bales and petro socks replaced around inlets; equipment moved away from curb line; paint logged and stored in hazmat shed.

Public Works Service Center

6/19/15

Identified chemical spill in employee parking lot; sediment in inlet filter in corner of parking lot by nursery; debris and sediment around wash rack; several refrigerators stored outside; debris along dump ramp; dirt pile behind vehicle; gravel not covered.

Reported spill (some type of lacquer that dried solid) to supervisor; swept wash rack and dump ramp; scheduled refrigerators for recycling; schedule cleaning of inlet filters before first rain.

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C.3 – New Development and Redevelopment

Section 3 - Provision C.3 Reporting New Development and Redevelopment C.3.b.v.(2)(a) ►Green Streets Status Report (All projects to be completed by December 1, 2014) On an annual basis (if applicable), report on the status of any pilot green street projects within your jurisdiction. For each completed project, report the capital costs, operation and maintenance costs, legal and procedural arrangements in place to address operation and maintenance and its associated costs, and the sustainable landscape measures incorporated in the project including, if relevant, the score from the BayFriendly Landscape Scorecard. Summary: The three Green Streets Pilot Projects located in Alameda County (in Albany, Emeryville, Unincorporated Alameda County) have been completed. The Green Street Pilot Project Summary Report submitted by BASMAA, on behalf of the MRP permittees, in BASMAA’s MRP FY 12-13 Regional Supplement – New Development and Redevelopment included available information on the green street projects constructed within Alameda County, including capital costs, O&M costs, legal and procedural arrangements to address O&M and its associated costs, and sustainable landscape measures.

C.3.b.v.(1) ►Regulated Projects Reporting Fill in attached table C.3.b.v.(1) or attach your own table including the same information.

C.3.e.v. ►Alternative or In-Lieu Compliance with Provision C.3.c. (For FY 11-12 Annual Report and each Annual Report thereafter) Is your agency choosing to require 100% LID treatment onsite for all Regulated Projects and not allow alternative compliance under Provision C.3.e.?

Yes

X

No

Comments (optional):

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C.3.e.vi ► Special Projects Reporting Yes

1. Has your agency received, but not yet granted final discretionary approval of, a development permit application for a project that has been identified as a potential Special Project based on criteria listed in MRP Provision C.3.e.ii(2) for any of the three categories of Special Projects (Categories A, B or C)? 2. Has your agency granted final discretionary approval of a project identified as a Special Project in the March 15, 2015 report? If yes, include the project in both the C.3.b.v.(1)Table, and the C.3.e.vi. Table.

No X

X

Yes

No

If you answered “Yes” to either question, 1) Complete Table C.3.e.vi .below. 2) Attach narrative discussion of 100% LID Feasibility or Infeasibility for each project. See Attachment C.3.e.vi – LID Narrative.

C.3.h.iv. ► Installed Stormwater Treatment Systems Operation and Maintenance Verification Inspection Program Reporting (1) Fill in attached table C.3.h.iv.(1) or attach your own table including the same information. (2) On an annual basis, provide a discussion of the inspection findings for the year and any common problems encountered with various types of treatment systems and/or HM controls. This discussion should include a general comparison to the inspection findings from the previous year. Summary: During this reporting period a total of 129 structural treatment BMPs at 13 sites were inspected; 65 vegetated swales, 18 media filters, 4 CDS units, 5 infiltration planters, 2 infiltration basins, 1 detention basin, 18 tree well filters and 16 bio-retention areas. Of the 107 surface BMPs all were found to be properly installed and being maintained in good working order by the owner/facility. Of the 22 vault / sub-surface BMPs all were found being properly maintained and operated also. To date the only common issues noted across BMPs is vegetation loss or die off, usually in the initial establishment phase, in some of the above-ground planted BMPs although none was noted in this year’s inspection results. (3) On an annual basis, provide a discussion of the effectiveness of the O&M Program and any proposed changes to improve the O&M Program (e.g., changes in prioritization plan or frequency of O&M inspections, other changes to improve effectiveness program). Summary: As of the end of this reporting period, 100% of projects finished through the construction process have been inspected along with additional sites on routine re-inspection. The number of C3.H sites inspected stands currently at 29 with 6 sites under construction and 6 in the planning stage. Of those sites completed and inspected the installed structural treatment BMPs are being maintained and serviced by the respective owners.

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(4) During the reporting year, did your agency: •

Inspect all newly installed stormwater treatment systems and HM controls within 45 days of installation?

X



Inspect at least 20 percent of the total number of installed stormwater treatment 3 systems or HM controls?

X



Inspect at least 20 percent of the total number of installed vault-based systems?

X

Yes

No

Not applicable. No new facilities were installed.

Yes

No

Not applicable. No treatment measures

Yes

No

Not applicable. No vault systems.

If you answered “No” to any of the questions above, please explain:

C.3.i. ►Required Site Design Measures for Small Projects and Detached Single Family Home Projects On an annual basis, discuss the implementation of the requirements of Provision C.3.i, including ordinance revisions, permit conditions, development of standard specifications and/or guidance materials, and staff training. Summary: BASMAA prepared standard specifications in four fact sheets regarding the site design measures listed in Provision C.3.i, as a resource for Permittees. We have modified local ordinances/policies/procedures and forms/checklists to require all applicable projects approved after December 1, 2012 to implement at least one of the site design measures listed in Provision C.3.i. We are using the following Program and BASMAA products for C.3.i implementation: • BASMAA’s site design fact sheets • C.3 Technical Guidance Manual Appendix M

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there is only 1 treatment measure in the jurisdiction, the agency must inspect it every year.

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C.3.b.v.(1) ►Regulated Projects Reporting Table (part 1) – Projects Approved During the Fiscal Year Reporting Period

Project Watershed 13

Total Site Area (Acres)

Total Area of Land Disturbed (Acres)

Total New Impervious Surface Area (ft2) 14

Total Replaced Impervious Surface Area (ft2) 15

Total PreProject Impervious Surface Area 16(ft2)

Total PostProject Impervious Surface Area 17(ft2)

Project Location , Street Address

Project Phase Name of Developer No. 11

Scandic Springs G15-0004

700 Montague Avenue

Deen Construction

NA

Redevelopment, warehouse addition

San Leandro Creek

1.40

0.47

0

20110

54313

54313

San Leandro Tech Campus GRA2015-00003

1600 Alvarado Street

Westlake Urban

Phase 1

Redevelopment, 6-story office building

San Leandro Creek

11.28

5

0

134246

357241

134246

Marea Alta Development GRA2014-00008

1400 San Leandro Blvd

Bridge Housing Corp.

Phase 1

Redevelopment, mixed use, multi-family residential

San Leandro Creek

2.81

2.81

0

69498

93413

69498

Waste Management GRA2014-00007

2615 Davis Street

ET Environmental

NA

Redevelopment, LCNG Facility

San Leandro Creek

49.26

0.18

363

4877

6580

5240

Tacos El Gordo GRA2014-00010

15420 Hesperian Blvd

Miller Pacific

NA

Redevelopment, Mexican restaurant

San Leandro Creek

0.29

0.29

0

9526

12795

9526

Snapple GRA2014-00011

2009 Farallon Drive

E.A. Davidovitz

NA

Redevelopment, build loading docks

San Leandro Creek

6.93

0.67

0

7510

301871

301871

Project Name Project No.

10

Project Type & Description 12

Private Projects

Public Projects Comments: There are no public projects.

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Include cross streets If a project is being constructed in phases, indicate the phase number and use a separate row entry for each phase. If not, enter “NA”. 12 Project Type is the type of development (i.e., new and/or redevelopment). Example descriptions of development are: 5-story office building, residential with 160 single-family homes with five 4-story buildings to contain 200 condominiums, 100 unit 2-story shopping mall, mixed use retail and residential development (apartments), industrial warehouse. 13 State the watershed(s) in which the Regulated Project is located. Downstream watershed(s) may be included, but this is optional. 14 All impervious surfaces added to any area of the site that was previously existing pervious surface. 15 All impervious surfaces added to any area of the site that was previously existing impervious surface. 16 For redevelopment projects, state the pre-project impervious surface area. 17 For redevelopment projects, state the post-project impervious surface area. 11

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C.3.b.v.(1) ►Regulated Projects Reporting Table (part 2) – Projects Approved During the Fiscal Year Reporting Period (private projects) Application Deemed Complete Date 18

Application Final Source Approval Control 19 Date Measures 20

Scandic Springs G15-0004

6-3-2015

6-9-2015

Covered trash enclosure, storm drain stenciling

Conserve existing planters, addition of planters

Bio-retention

San Leandro Tech Campus GRA2015-00003

2-10-2015

2-20-2015

Covered trash enclosure, storm drain stenciling

Minimize impervious areas, use pervious paving

Marea Alta Development GRA2014-00008

11-142014

2-12-2015

Indoor trash enclosure, storm drain stenciling

Waste Management GRA2014-00007

11-102014

1-5-2015

Storm drain stenciling

Project Name Project No.

Type of Operation & Maintenance Responsibility Mechanism 23

Hydraulic Sizing Criteria 24

Alternative Compliance Measures 25/ 26

Alternative Certification 27

O&M Agreement with owner

2(c): i=0.2”/hr

None

NA

NA, less than 1 acre increase

Bio-retention, “Silva Cells”

O&M Agreement with owner

2(c): i=0.2”/hr

None

NA

NA, reducing impervious

Conserve existing trees, use pervious paving

Bio-retention, filterra

O&M Agreement with owner

2(c): i=0.2”/hr special project status for use of filterra in some locations.

None

NA

NA, reducing impervious

vegetation

Bio-retention

O&M Agreement with owner

2(c): i=0.2”/hr

None

NA

NA, reducing impervious

Site Design Measures 21

Treatment Systems Approved 22

HM Controls 28/29

Private Projects

18 For private projects, state project application deemed complete date. If the project did not go through discretionary review, report the building permit issuance date. 19 For private projects, state project application final discretionary approval date. If the project did not go through discretionary review, report the building permit issuance date. 20 List source control measures approved for the project. Examples include: properly designed trash storage areas; storm drain stenciling or signage; efficient landscape irrigation systems; etc. 21 List site design measures approved for the project. Examples include: minimize impervious surfaces; conserve natural areas, including existing trees or other vegetation, and soils; construct sidewalks, walkways, and/or patios with permeable surfaces, etc. 22 List all approved stormwater treatment system(s) to be installed onsite or at a joint stormwater treatment facility (e.g., flow through planter, bioretention facility, infiltration basin, etc.). 23 List the legal mechanism(s) (e.g., O&M agreement with private landowner; O&M agreement with homeowners’ association; O&M by public entity, etc…) that have been or will be used to assign responsibility for the maintenance of the post-construction stormwater treatment systems. 24 See Provision C.3.d.i. “Numeric Sizing Criteria for Stormwater Treatment Systems” for list of hydraulic sizing design criteria. Enter the corresponding provision number of the appropriate criterion (i.e., 1.a., 1.b., 2.a., 2.b., 2.c., or 3). 25 For Alternative Compliance at an offsite location in accordance with Provision C.3.e.i.(1), on a separate page, give a discussion of the alternative compliance site including the information specified in Provision C.3.b.v.(1)(m)(i) for the offsite project. 26 For Alternative Compliance by paying in-lieu fees in accordance with Provision C.3.e.i.(2), on a separate page, provide the information specified in Provision C.3.b.v.(1)(m)(ii) for the Regional Project. 27 Note whether a third party was used to certify the project design complies with Provision C.3.d. 28 If HM control is not required, state why not. 29 If HM control is required, state control method used (e.g., method to design and size device(s) or method(s) used to meet the HM Standard, and description of device(s) or method(s) used, such as detention basin(s), biodetention unit(s), regional detention basin, or in-stream control).

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C.3.b.v.(1) ►Regulated Projects Reporting Table (part 2) – Projects Approved During the Fiscal Year Reporting Period (private projects) Application Final Source Approval Control 19 Date Measures 20

Site Design Measures 21

Treatment Systems Approved 22

Project Name Project No.

Application Deemed Complete Date 18

Tacos El Gordo GRA2014-00010

11-202014

2-12-2015

Properly designed trash enclosure, properly designed vehicle wash area, storm drain stenciling

vegetation

Bio-retention

Snapple GRA2014-00011

12-152014

3-3-2015

Treatment of loading dock runoff, storm drain stenciling

vegetation

Bio-retention

Type of Operation & Maintenance Responsibility Mechanism 23

Hydraulic Sizing Criteria 24

Alternative Compliance Measures 25/ 26

Alternative Certification 27

O&M Agreement with owner

2(c): i=0.2”/hr

None

NA

NA, reducing impervious

O&M Agreement with owner

2(c): i=0.2”/hr

None

NA

NA, less than 1 acre increase

HM Controls 28/29

Comments:

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C.3.b.v.(1) ►Regulated Projects Reporting Table (part 2) – Projects Approved During the Fiscal Year Reporting Period (public projects) Project Name Project No.

Approval Date 30

Date Construction Scheduled to Begin

Source Control Measures 31

Site Design Measures 32

Treatment Systems Approved 33

Operation & Maintenance Responsibility Mechanism 34

Hydraulic Sizing Criteria 35

Alternative Compliance Measures 36/ 37

Alternative Certification 38

HM Controls 39/40

Public Projects Comments: No Public Projects.

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For public projects, enter the plans and specifications approval date. List source control measures approved for the project. Examples include: properly designed trash storage areas; storm drain stenciling or signage; efficient landscape irrigation systems; etc. 32 List site design measures approved for the project. Examples include: minimize impervious surfaces; conserve natural areas, including existing trees or other vegetation, and soils; construct sidewalks, walkways, and/or patios with permeable surfaces, etc. 33 List all approved stormwater treatment system(s) to be installed onsite or at a joint stormwater treatment facility (e.g., flow through planter, bioretention facility, infiltration basin, etc.). 34 List the legal mechanism(s) (e.g., maintenance plan for O&M by public entity, etc…) that have been or will be used to assign responsibility for the maintenance of the post-construction stormwater treatment systems. 35 See Provision C.3.d.i. “Numeric Sizing Criteria for Stormwater Treatment Systems” for list of hydraulic sizing design criteria. Enter the corresponding provision number of the appropriate criterion (i.e., 1.a., 1.b., 2.a., 2.b., 2.c., or 3). 36 For Alternative Compliance at an offsite location in accordance with Provision C.3.e.i.(1), on a separate page, give a discussion of the alternative compliance site including the information specified in Provision C.3.b.v.(1)(m)(i) for the offsite project. 37 For Alternative Compliance by paying in-lieu fees in accordance with Provision C.3.e.i.(2), on a separate page, provide the information specified in Provision C.3.b.v.(1)(m)(ii) for the Regional Project. 38 Note whether a third party was used to certify the project design complies with Provision C.3.d. 39 If HM control is not required, state why not. 40 If HM control is required, state control method used (e.g., method to design and size device(s) or method(s) used to meet the HM Standard, and description of device(s) or method(s) used, such as detention basin(s), biodetention unit(s), regional detention basin, or in-stream control). 31

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C.3 – New Development and Redevelopment

C.3.h.iv. ►Table of Installed Stormwater Treatment Systems Operation and Maintenance Verification Inspection Program Reporting Fill in table below or attach your own table including the same information. Name of Facility/Site Inspected

Address of Facility/Site Inspected

Newly Installed? (YES/NO) 41

Party Responsible 42 For Maintenance

ALCO Iron & Metal Co.

2140 Davis St

No

Washington Spring Lake Properties L.L.C.

14985 Washington Av

Rosalinde & Arthur Gilbert Foundation

Enforcement Action Taken 46

Comments/Follow-up

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

Grassy Swale, CDS Unit (2)

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

O&M inspection

Bioretention Swale (2), Vegetated Swale

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

Expansion of existing site

11/24/14

O&M inspection

Grassy Swale, Detention Basin

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

Chuck Champion, Property Manager

11/25/14

O&M inspection

Infiltration Treatment Planter Area (5)

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

No

Mary T. Hartfield, Manager

12/11/14 1/12/15

O&M inspection

Vegetated Swale, CDS Unit

Trash accumulation in swale needed cleaning up. Could not locate manhole for CDS unit. Lid was covered over with dirt in landscape area.

Written notice to correct

Swale cleaned and vegetation trimmed. Manhole uncovered. CDS unit inspected and did not require servicing.

No

Jeanette Manrique, Sr Property Mgr

2/23/15

O&M inspection

CDS Unit

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

Date of Inspection

Type of Inspection 43

Type of Treatment/HM Control(s) Inspected 44

Richard Rose, Regulatory Compliance Officer

7/17/14

O&M inspection

Grassy Swale (5)

No

Ron Parker

8/21/14

O&M inspection

2013 Farallon Dr

Yes

Danielle Padilla, Landscape Contractor

9/10/2014

Senior Center CSL

13909 E 14th St

No

Pacheco Bros. Landscape Contractor

SSF Reality Fund

2450 Alvarado St

No

Express Freight Systems

2027 Williams St

BRCP San Leandro Industrial, LLC

2020 Williams St

Inspection Findings or Results 45

41

Indicate “YES” if the facility was installed within the reporting period, or “NO” if installed during a previous fiscal year. State the responsible operator for installed stormwater treatment systems and HM controls. 43 State the type of inspection (e.g., 45-day, routine or scheduled, follow-up, etc.). 44 State the type(s) of treatment systems inspected (e.g., bioretention facility, flow-through planter, infiltration basin, etc…) and the type(s) of HM controls inspected, and indicate whether the treatment system is an onsite, joint, or offsite system. 45 State the inspection findings or results (e.g., proper installation, improper installation, proper O&M, immediate maintenance needed, etc.). 46 State the enforcement action(s) taken, if any. 42

FY 14-15 AR Form

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro

C.3 – New Development and Redevelopment

C.3.h.iv. ►Table of Installed Stormwater Treatment Systems Operation and Maintenance Verification Inspection Program Reporting Fill in table below or attach your own table including the same information. Name of Facility/Site Inspected

Address of Facility/Site Inspected

Newly Installed? (YES/NO) 41

Party Responsible 42 For Maintenance

Village Market Place

1550 E 14th St

Yes

Safeway Milk Plant - #040737

2000 Adams Av

ALCO Iron & Metal Co.

Enforcement Action Taken 46

Date of Inspection

Type of Inspection 43

Type of Treatment/HM Control(s) Inspected 44

Michael Stoner, Partner

3/31/15

O&M inspection

Infiltration basin (2)

Grading & Drainage issues, ground cover washed into onsite below ground portion.

Engineering holding up permit until fixed

Removed excess soil fill and corrected grade. Cleaned out below surface system. Full trash capture also installed on site.

Yes

Victor Jelks, Plant Engineer

4/1/15

Installation inspection

Grassy Swale

Installed per plans and specifications

None

None

2140 Davis St

Yes

Richard Rose, Reg Comp Officer

4/1/15

Installation inspection

Grassy Swale, Flow Through Planter

Installed per plans and specifications

None

None

Extra Space Storage

14340 Washington Av

No

Jamison Morris, Store Manager

4/14/15

O&M inspection

Media Filter Detention Vault Unit

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

CSL Merced St/Fairway Dr Street Imp Proj

PROW Merced St Fairway Dr

Yes

Rick Orta, Collection Sys Suprv

5/7/15

O&M inspection

Media Filter Detention Vault Unit (12)

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

Safeway Milk Plant - #040737

2000 Adams Av

Yes

Victor Jelks, Plant Engineer

5/20/15

O&M inspection

Grassy Swale

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

Heritage Baptist Church

2960 Merced St

Yes

Daniel Lee, Facility Administration

5/21/15

Installation inspection

Bioretention area (2)

Installed per plans and specifications

None

None

Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Med Ctr

2500 Merced St

Yes

Clint Qualls, Chief Engineer

5/28/15

O&M inspection

Veg Swale (55), Tree well filter (18), Media filter unit (5), Bioretention area (12)

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

Village Market Place

1550 E 14th St

Yes

Michael Stoner, Partner

6/4/15

Installation inspection

Infiltration basin (2)

Installed per plans and specifications

Notice to Correct during project

Corrections completed and grading permit finaled.

Heritage Baptist Church

2960 Merced St

Yes

Daniel Lee, Facility Administration

6/12/2015

O&M inspection

Bioretention area (2)

Facility maintaining proper operation and maintenance

None

None

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Inspection Findings or Results 45

Comments/Follow-up

6/24/15

FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro

C.3 – New Development and Redevelopment

C.3.e.vi.Special Projects Reporting Table Reporting Period –January1 – June 30, 2015 Project Name & No.

Permittee

Address

Application Submittal Date 47

Marea Alta Development

City of San Leandro

1400 San Leandro Blvd

9-24-14

Status 48

Approved

Description 49

Mixed-use, 7 Floors, 115 Units, 2 below ground parking

Site Total Acreage

2.81

Density DU/Acre

N/A

Density FAR

2.7

Special Project Category 50

Category C: Location: 50% Density: 10% Parking: 20%

LID Treatment Reduction Credit Available 51 Category C: Location:50% Density: 10% Parking: 20%

List of LID Stormwater Treatment Systems 52 Bioretention Areas

List of Non-LID Stormwater Treatment Systems 53 Filterra treewell units

47

Date that a planning application for the Special Project was submitted. Indicate whether final discretionary approval is still pending or has been granted, and provide the date or version of the project plans upon which reporting is based. 49 Type of project (commercial, mixed-use, residential), number of floors, number of units, type of parking, and other relevant information. 50 For each applicable Special Project Category, list the specific criteria applied to determine applicability. For each non-applicable Special Project Category, indicate n/a. 51 For each applicable Special Project Category, state the maximum total LID Treatment Reduction Credit available. For Category C Special Projects also list the individual Location, Density, and Minimized Surface Parking Credits available. 52 : List all LID stormwater treatment systems proposed. For each type, indicate the percentage of the total amount of runoff identified in Provision C.3.d. for the Special Project’s drainage area. 53 List all non-LID stormwater treatment systems proposed. For each type of non-LID treatment system, indicate: (1) the percentage of the total amount of runoff identified in Provision C.3.d. for the Special Project's drainage area, and (2) whether the treatment system either meets minimum design criteria published by a government agency or received certification issued by a government agency, and reference the applicable criteria or certification. 48

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

Section 4 – Provision C.4 Industrial and Commercial Site Controls Program Highlights Provide background information, highlights, trends, etc. The C.4 component of the City’s stormwater program and facility implementation of BMPs and controls to eliminate or minimize potential for pollutant discharges to storm water is over two decades into implementation. The Environmental Services Section strives to combine and coordinate multiple mandated regulatory programs directed towards businesses located or operating within the City jurisdiction. These programs are comprised of the C4 industrial business and C3.H O&M verification Inspection components of the MRP; the hazardous materials management plan, hazardous waste generators program, underground storage tanks program, aboveground petroleum storage act/storage tank program, toxic/hazardous substances accidental release prevention program and hazardous waste treatment program components of the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA programs); the California fire code and the Pretreatment/pollution prevention programs . With this breadth of program consolidation the City continues as a leader in applying multi-media oversight and environmental protection. Through the active inspection component, existing businesses continue making great strides in incorporating and implementing BMPs to offset what is design deficiencies and space limitations. By active involvement in the planning and building permit review process new business developments continue to expand on engineered controls and designing adequate space to eliminate stormwater pollution potential from the outset. Reviewing the inspection data; stormwater pollution prevention and BMPs implementation continues to improve overall. During this reporting period no actual discharges were discovered and documented via the Industrial inspection program. Potential discharges identified and corrected through enforcement included outdoor activities that were moved indoors, area drain maintenance overdue and some slacking on outdoor materials management. Environmental Services Section (ESS) staff continues to actively participate and coordinate with the Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program and BASMAA through several committees and attendance in IIDC trainings as referenced in the FY13-14 countywide annual report. ESS also continues to participate in County / Regional CUPA forums; Underground Storage Tank / Hazardous Waste Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs); Alameda County Environmental Task Force and BACWA Bay Area Pollution Prevention Group. See Section C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Control – of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report for a summary of countywide Program activities.

C.4.b.i. ► Business Inspection Plan Do you have a Business Inspection Plan?

X

Yes

No

If No, explain:

C.4.b.iii.(1) ► Potential Facilities List List below or attach your list of industrial and commercial facilities in your Inspection Plan to inspect that could reasonably be considered to cause or contribute to pollution of stormwater runoff. SIC Facility Address ZIP Business Description Code Spectrum Body and Paint 760 139th Av 94578 Auto Body Repair 7532 FY 14-15 AR Form

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Cintas Ghirardelli Chocolate Co. Fire Station 12 - CSL Worldwide Filter Estes Express Lines Safeway Milk Plant - #040737 California Color Source California Environmental & Litho, Inc. Alameda County Industries C & J Automotive Panico's Auto Service George Oren Tire Company Tap Plastics ALCO Pump Station Robert's Landing Federal Express Corp. - OAKRO Metro Poly Corp. Bancroft Station, LLC Bancroft Cleaners Bancroft Shell Eric F. Anderson, Inc. HD Supply Construction (WC022) N.V. Heathorn ALCO Pump Station Belvedere Kindred Hospital San Francisco Bay Area Botner MFG. Co. Suburban Propane Bigge Crane & Rigging Company Penske Truck Leasing Cost U Less Gan Trans Weber's Quality Meat Inc. Sebring Transport Duarte's Towing Fast Gas & Mini Mart Penhall San Francisco Foods Aryzta - Cookie Aryzta - Muffin FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

777 139th Av 1111 139th Av 1065 143rd Av 1689 Abram Ct 1750 Adams Av 2000 Adams Av 2100 Adams Av 2106 Adams Av 610 Aladdin Av 1996 Alvarado St 2029 Alvarado St 2823 Alvarado St 3011 Alvarado St 15670 Anchorage Dr 1601 Aurora Dr 1651 Aurora Dr 500 Bancroft Av 625 Bancroft Av 1285 Bancroft Av 1066 Beecher St 1140 Beecher St 1155 Beecher St 2480 Belvedere Av 2800 Benedict Dr 900 Aladdin Av 10620 Bigge St 10700 Bigge St 10755 Bigge St 2055 Burroughs Av, Ste B 800 Carden St 990 Carden St 2100 Carden St 597 Castro St 13700 Catalina St 13750 Catalina St 14054 Catalina St 14380 Catalina St 14490 Catalina St 4-2

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Coast Crane Company Public Works Service Center - CSL Xtra Oil Company Wells Fargo F H Dailey Chevrolet Motor Co. ARCO #2111, BP West Coast Products, LLC Davis Cleaners Costco Wholesale #118 Walmart Store #2648 Home Depot #0625 The Sports Authority #0661 Drake's Brewing Davis Street Shell Lancaster Distributing Co. American Underwater Products Copper Harbor Company DC Metals, Inc. Davis Street Transfer Station (DSTS) / WMI Waste Management / Oyster Bay Water Pollution Control Plant - CSL San Leandro Rifle and Pistol Range Coast Counties Truck & Equipment Co. Avis Rent a Car System, LLC Firelight Glass - Vitrico Corp. Bayfab Metals, Inc. Dependable Furniture Mfg. Superior Gunite ALCO Iron & Metal Co. Vic Mufflers and Auto Repair Marcheschi Properties - FMC C&E Auto & Truck Repair Specialized Automotive Systems East Bay Frame & Axle Ridge Cast Metals Corporation SBC Pacific Bell Nella Oil #453 Four Seasons Cleaners Dakota Press, Inc. FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

14951 Catalina St 14200 Chapman Rd 589 Davis St 794 Davis St 800 Davis St 1156 Davis St 1290 Davis St 1900 Davis St 1919 Davis St 1933 Davis St 1933 Davis St, Ste 160 1933 Davis St, Ste 177 1944 Davis St 1995 Davis St 2002 Davis St 2300 Davis St 2399 Davis St 2615 Davis St 2615 Davis St 3000 Davis St 3001 Davis St 260 Doolittle Dr 390 Doolittle Dr 844 Doolittle Dr 870 Doolittle Dr 888 Doolittle Dr 940 Doolittle Dr 1091 Doolittle Dr 1244 Doolittle Dr 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste B 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste E 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste G 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste H 1554 Doolittle Dr 1661 Doolittle Dr 1805 Doolittle Dr 13778 Doolittle Dr 14400 Doolittle Dr 4-3

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Crane Sales/Rental/Service Facilities Support Services gasoline station, store Bank headquarters Auto Dealership with Repair Services Gas Station Retail cleaners wet & Dry Retail Meat Dept. and Bakery, RGO Retail Variety Store Retail Hardware Retail sporting goods Brewery Retail gas sales wholesale hardware supplies manufacture diving gear Chemical blending, packing, and co-packing - wholesale Scrap Metal Dealer Refuse & Recycling Transfer Station Closed Landfill Wastewater Treatment Rifle and Pistol Range Truck/Trailer Service, Sales, Leasing Auto Rental, Maintenance and Fueling Manufacturing-Glass/candles Sheet Metal Shop Mfg wood office furniture Concrete/Gunite Construction Retail and Scrap Metal Processing and Sales Auto Repair Lessor Commercial Property General Auto repair Automotive Fuel sys & A/C Repair, Parts Automotive Repair, Frame/Drive Train Specialist Cast & Ductile Iron Foundry Telephone utility field svc center retail fuel sales - cardkey facility Retail cleaners wet & dry Commercial Offset Printing

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Fashion Cleaners NK QuickServe Sunshine Cleaners German Autocraft World Imported Car Service Diesel Marine Electric San Leandro Color Public Safety Building - CSL Chevron Station #90176 Oil Changer #105 San Leandro Gas & Car Wash dba Arco O'Reilly Auto Parts #2850 Trailer Haven Midas/Spee Dee San Leandro Auto Experts San Leandro Hospital Precision Auto Care East Bay Auto Care San Leandro Auto Care Bayfair Auto Repair Pep Boys #847 San Leandro Surgery Center Phelps Auto Wreckers Specialty Manufacturing Coast Tool Company Wycen Foods, Inc. San Leandro Radiator, Inc. San Leandro Auto Service Fire Station 9 - CSL Sun Chemical Corp. Saag's Products, LLC ALCO Pump Station F Strategic Materials Inc. Loma Verde Properties Monarch Bay Golf Club ALCO Pump Station D1 Splay, Inc. Wright's Automotive Service Arnerich Automotive Services FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

566 Dutton Av 111 E 14th St 223 E 14th St 301 E 14th St 355 E 14th St 415 E 14th St 555 E 14th St 901 E 14th St 1117 E 14th St 1700 E 14th St 1990 E 14th St 2396 E 14th St 2399 E 14th St 13745 E 14th St 13855 E 14th St 13990 E 14th St 14285 E 14th St 14590 E 14th St 14825 E 14th St, #B 14845 E 14th St 15035 E 14th St 2622 Eden Rd 2035 Edison Av 2099 Edison Av 560 Estabrook St 870 Estabrook St 920 Estabrook St, Suite D 450 Estudillo Av 1599 Factor Av 1799 Factor Av 2603 Fairway Dr 1932 Fairway Dr 1951 Fairway Dr 2599 Fairway Dr 2048 Farallon Dr 2116 Farallon Dr 621 Fargo Av 14995 Farnsworth St 4-4

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Retail cleaners wet & Dry Retail gas station Retail cleaners wet & Dry Auto Repair Auto Repair/Service Engine Repair paint retail & wholesale sales Police Dept Retail Gasoline Station w/ convenience store Automotive Lubricating Service Retail gasoline station & car wash Retail auto parts/Used Oil Collection Center Trailer Park - Long Term Auto Service & Muffler Shop Hospital Health Care General Automotive Repair Auto Service & Repair Auto Repair General Automotive Repair General Automotive Repair & Parts Distributor Outpatient Opthalmalogic Surgery Auto Dismantling & Parts Sales Boat Jet Drive mfg Machine Tool Distributor Sausages & Other Prepared Meat Product Radiator, heating, and air conditioning repair Auto Repair Fire Station Formulation of Printing Inks Sausage mfg. County Flood Control Glass Recycling Trucking with warehousing Golf Course County Flood Control Plastic Injection Molding Auto Repair General Auto Repair

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Melody Cleaners Orchard Supply Hardware #320 Bally Total Fitness Grand Gas Station dba Valero PG&E - Estudillo Substation Oberti Wholesale Foods, Inc. Kraft Heinz Foods Company Downtown Auto Repair Jiffy Lube Store 1158 Pacific Bell Telephone Company dba AT&T California ARCO #2162, BP West Coast Products, LLC Advantage Auto State Roofing Systems PCC Structurals Refrigeration Supplies Distributor Norco Printing Kelly's Truck Repair Berber Food Manufacturing Inc DBA Mi Rancho LAVWMA San Leandro Sample Stn. Group II Body & Paint Sprint Cell Site FN03XC005 Automatic Fire, Inc. M-T Metal Fabrication Moeller Brothers Body Shop CalTrans Maintenance Station CVS Pharmacy #9876 ARCO #601, BP West Coast Products, LLC Windsor Square Auto Service Champion Automotive Inc. J. C. Auto Repair All Star Gas Nelson's Body Shop Talbot's Truck Painting Peterson Tractor Company San Leandro Valero San Leandro Honda Nella Oil #23 Polymeric Technology, Inc. FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

15025 Farnsworth St 300 Floresta Bl 567 Floresta Bl 1401 Grand Av 1407 Grand Av 14471 Griffith St 100 Halcyon Dr 1495 Hays St 15015 Hesperian Bl 15125 Hesperian Bl 15135 Hesperian Bl 15225 Hesperian Bl 15444 Hesperian Bl 414 Hester St 436 Hester St 440 Hester St 495 Hester St 425 Hester St 2401 Lewelling Bl 534 Lewelling Bl 536 Lewelling Bl 536 Lewelling Bl, #C 536 Lewelling Bl 539 Lewelling Bl 600 Lewelling Bl 699 Lewelling Bl 712 Lewelling Bl 1900 Lewelling Bl 585 Macarthur Bl 735 Macarthur Bl 999 Macarthur Bl 512 Marina Bl 650 Marina Bl 955 Marina Bl 1088 Marina Bl 1302 Marina Bl 2180 Merced St 1900 Marina Bl

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Dry cleaner Retail hardware Fitness Club Retail gas station Utility substation Wholesale Meat Processing & Distribution Process/Package Coffee, Dry Drink Mixes Auto Repair and Maintenance Auto Service phone service center Gas Station and Auto Repair General Automotive Repair Roofing Contractor Ferrous metal investment casting refrigeration supply, wholesale Commercial offset printer Industrial Truck Repair Tortilla Manufacturing Sewerage Systems Public Utility Auto Body Paint Cell site Fire extinguisher/protection system services Metal fabrication job shop Body Shop Fleet Maintenance Retail store Gas Station General Auto Repair Auto Repair Automotive Repair Shops, N.E.C. Retail Gasoline Sales Automotive Body Shop Auto & Truck Painting Heavy Equipment Sales & Service Retail Fuel Sales New & Used Car Dealership Retail fuel sales manufacture service

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Volvo Construction Equipment International Paper Georgia-Pacific Gypsum LLC Caltrans Equipment Shop 4 Marina Shell PG&E - Ward Substation Edwards Heat Treating Akido Printing Daltile 371 Concentra San Leandro L-3 ATI Cultured Marble Products Anchor Distributing, Inc. M.A.R.'s Engineering Co. Scandic Springs Humboldt Instrument Ashlock Company Borden Lighting ALCO Pump Station H East Bay Dischargers Authority Tony Lema Golf Course Closed Landfill Little Red's Auto Collision Norcal Waste Equipment Co. Reddaway, Inc. (OAK-R) FXI, Inc. Applied Fusion Applied Fusion BMC of San Leandro Will's Fresh Foods, Inc. JM Machine Shop Maaco Road Bear RV Oscar's Auto Body & Towing Complete Jaguar Service LYRU Engineering, Inc. Pacific Coast Laboratories, Inc. San Leandro Marina - CSL Drive Line Service of San Leandro FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

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Construction equipment sales & service Commercial (Corrugated Box) Printing, N.E.C. Paper Mill & Warehouse Fleet Maintenance Retail Fuel Sales Utility substation Metal Heat Treatment printing Distribution of tile and stone products outpatient medical facility High Energy Testing Equipment for DOD countertop manufacture Warehousing & Distribution Machine Shop Stamped & Coiled Metal Springs Mfg Machine Shop Mfr/Repair Food Processing Equipment Commercial lighting manufacture County Flood Control Dechlorination facility for treated wastewater Closed landfill/golf course Auto Body Repair equipment manufacture Trucking Terminal Polyurethane mfg Sheet metal welding shop Laser Welding Auto Body & Paint Salad mfg; potato, pasta, carrot machine and sheet metal shop Auto Body Repair & Painting RV rentals Auto body Repair and Painting Auto Repair Sheet Metal Shop Custom molded ear plugs and communication devices city marina Driveshaft repair and balancing

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Automotive Center of San Leandro Western States Oil Co. CLF Warehouse Peterson Power Systems Trans Time Class A Auto Care Columbia Cosmetics Unimax Auto Craft Diamond Manufacturing Red Arrow Printing Champion Carpet & Wood Service #P2 United Refrigeration Prime Source Building Products Cherry City Cleaners Auto Doctor of San Leandro Brake & Wheel Center U.S. Gas DBA Union Center Nohr's Automotive Big O Tires 5017 San Leandro MB, Inc. PG&E - U Substation K/P Corporation Union Auto Repair S & S Automotive Superior Lift Trucks Inc. Universal Auto Center Rodgers Trucking Co. San Leandro Collision and Customs The Garage Body Shop Superior Gas & Car Wash Inc. SUNKO Valero Gas & Food Auto Tech-1 United #5443 Veer Fuel Fantastic Cleaners Nicholas Parks Hyundai Kia Koffler Electrical Mechanical Apparatus Repair FY 14-15 AR Form

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2482 Teagarden St 2709 Teagarden St 2783 Teagarden St 2828 Teagarden St 3021 Teagarden St 695 Thornton St 1661 Timothy Dr 1724 Timothy Dr 1763 Timothy Dr 2337 Verna Ct 2389 Verna Ct 3018 Alvarado St, Suite A 2062 West Avenue 140th 1620 Washington Av 2411 Washington Av 1805 Washington Av 1935 Washington Av 1940 Washington Av 2201 Washington Av 2233 Washington Av 13939 Washington Av 13951 Washington Av, #A 14078 Washington Av 14127 Washington Av 14315 Washington Av 14320 Washington Av 14327 Washington Av 14332 Washington Av 14336 Washington Av 14610 Washington Av 14794 Washington Av 14798 Washington Av 14856 Washington Av 15199 Washington Av 15201 Washington Av 15225 Washington Av 2085 Wayne Av 527 Whitney St 4-7

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

(KEMAR) Schindler Elevators Cast Aluminum Corporation DBA CASTCO Dunbar Armored Adams Precision Screen Printing, Inc. Industrial Nuclear Co. American Inks and Coatings Star Tam, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Company Cummins Pacific, LLC Al Lunardi & Sons Meat Company, Inc. Ridout Roofing LA Smith & Sons Body Shop True World Foods NELCO, Inc. Ace Truck Repair CNH America LLC - San Leandro Parts Distribution Ctr MV Transportation, Inc. Express Freight Systems Unipoly Palace Garage Associated Aerospace Paradiso Mechanical, Inc. Spar Sausage Company San Leandro Unified School District East Bay Auto Repair Services Lucky #767 ePAC Technologies, Inc. State of California BAR Lab Absolute Body & Truck Repair Bluewater Environmental Services, Inc. A & C Auto Body & Frame Paul M. Wolff Company Apria Healthcare Group, Inc. Kizanis Cabinets Russell Heath Cleaners American Truck Fleet Service The Ford Store San Leandro - Lincoln Mercury FY 14-15 AR Form

555 McCormick St 667 Whitney St 593 Whitney St 704 Whitney St 14320 Wicks Bl 2523 Grant Av 14497 Wicks Bl 14655 Wicks Bl 14775 Wicks Bl 570 Williams St 621 Williams St 830 Castro St 1815 Williams St 1840 Williams St 1906 Williams St 1919 Williams St 1944 Williams St 2027 Williams St 2020 Williams St, Ste C 2051 Williams St 2502 Williams St 2600 Williams St 688 Williams St 1145 Aladdin Av 401 E 14th St 1300 Fairmont Dr 2561 Grant Av 2265 Polvorosa Av, # 310 210 San Leandro Bl 2075 Williams St 295 139th Av, Ste A 854 Williams St 2476 Verna Ct 2483 Washington Av 1056 E 14th St 1791 Neptune Dr, Suite B 1111 Marina Bl 4-8

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elevator supply and maintenance Aluminum Foundry Armored Vehicle Maintenance Screen printing and graphics X-Ray Testing Svc Ink manufacturer Battery Repair/Sales Bottled & Canned Soft Drinks Diesel Engine Sales and Service Meat Packer roofing contractor Auto Body repair & painting Seafood Preparation & Distribution Fabrication of lead x-ray shielding General automotive repair Parts Warehouse & Distrib. Agricultural & construction equip Truck Terminal with Wash Facility Trucking Facility w/ Maint, Stormwater O&M plastic bag manufacture Auto towing / Vehicle maintenance Aerospace mfg Contractor Hot dog mfg Facilities support & maintenance site Auto Repair Service Grocery Store Printer Vehicle Repair Investigations Auto Body Shop Abatement/Demolition contractor Auto Body Shop Concrete floor Treatments Medical Gas Supplier Wood Cabinet Construction Retail cleaners wet & dry Commercial truck sales and service New Automotive Dealership

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Ransome Company Kennerley-Spratling, Inc. Dek-ing (Specialty Warehouse Inc.) Kone Inc. (Kone Elevator) Best Concrete Steps Edwards Welding BART San Leandro Substation (ASL) BART Bay Fair Substation (ABF) Trinet Group, Inc. Marymount Villa LLC ACCO Engineered Systems Olson & Co. Steel Premier Gasoline & Snacks Hill & Sons Inc. Target T1428 SMI Construction, Inc. CraneWorks, Inc. Carrier Corporation, CCS Andritz Separation Fairmont Cleaners Simmons Mattress Company Specialty Graphics, Inc. Padilla Group Inc. Saigon Restaurant 2 Ana Rosa's Mexican Restaurant Asia Delight Taco Bell Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Tapioca Express Bit of Ireland Blue Dish Cafe San Leandro Golf Club #282 Buffet Fortuna Burger King #10833 Boulevard Burgers Los Cabos Seafood Sweet Fingers Jamaican Restaurant Tu Tai FY 14-15 AR Form

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1933 Williams St 14801 Catalina St 888 Carden Street 15021 Wicks Bl 820 143rd Av 296 139th Av 1401 San Leandro Bl 15242 Hesperian Bl 1100 San Leandro Bl 345 Davis St 1111 Aladdin Av 1941 Davis St 15018 Hesperian Bl 2591 Nicholson St 15555 E 14th St, Ste 400 595 Montague Av 2585 Nicholson St 600 McCormick St. 13880 Catalina St 1354 Fairmont Dr 1700 Fairway Dr 1998 Republic Av 14118 Washington Av 2113 Marina Bl 2089 E 14th St, C 156 West Juana Av 15501 Hesperian Bl 100 Pelton Center Wy 129 West Joaquin Av 1268 Davis St 2956 Teagarden St 13800 Monarch Bay Dr 1330 Washington Av 1934 Davis St 1027 Macarthur Bl 2108 Marina Bl 464 E 14th St 13898 Doolittle Dr 4-9

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General Contractor Ofc & Corp yard Plastic injection molding Distributor of steel floor and roof decking Elevator, Escalator Repair and Maintenance manufacture/precast concrete products Welding Mass Transit Mass Transit Human Resources outsource services senior housing HVAC Engineering, Installation & Service Structural Steel Fabrication Retail Gasoline & convenience store Off set printer Retail Variety Store Stainless sheet metal fabrication Restaurant Equipment overhead crane mfg, installation & service HVAC Industrial centrifuge repair Dry Cleaner Mattress Manufacturer Printing Landscape service Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant - Juice bar & sandwiches Bakery, Retail Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Bar and Restaurant Restaurant

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Cozy Kitchen Coffee Shop Denny's Dick's Restaurant Rahimi Pizza Inc. dba Dominos Pizza La Casa De Maria El Amigo Restaurant El Torito Emil Villa's Hickory Pit Englander Sports Pub/Restaurant Fifth Wheel Cafe Guadalajara Bakery & Ice Cream Happy Grill Hoagy Steaks New Imperial Garden J. L. Kitchen Jack in the Box #452 Jerry's Beefburgers, Inc. Nikko Japanese Restaurant Kentucky Fried Chicken #266 La Pinata #2 San Vincente Restaurant Lee's Donuts Lee's Garden Restaurant Little Europe Loard's Ice Cream & Candy Lucky Donuts Luke's Grill McDonalds #7545 - Bobcar McDonalds Nation's Giant Hamburger #20 Oriental Tea House 1/3 LB Original Giant Burger Panda Express #771 Paradiso Restaurant Papa John's Pizza #3762 Pelton Cafe Ploughman's Restaurant Ronaker's Coffee Shop Round Table Pizza FY 14-15 AR Form

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14811 Washington Av 1803 Marina Bl 3188 Alvarado St 1768 E 14th St 458 E 14th St 13700 Doolittle Dr, #116 5 Monarch Bay Dr 1800 E 14th St 101 Parrott St 898 San Leandro Bl 14341 E 14th St, #B 14630 Wicks Bl 691 E 14th St 310 Macarthur Bl 1076 Davis St 780 Marina Bl 560 Macarthur Bl 13805 Catalina St 2187 Merced St 2699 Merced St 1258 Davis St 1252 Davis St 21 Thornton St 13799 Catalina St 401 Bancroft Av 565 Dutton Av 1509 E 14th St 1287 Washington Av 1335 Washington Av 604 Macarthur Bl 750 Doolittle Dr 1271 Marina Bl 685 Bancroft Av 2198 E 14th St 194 Pelton Center Wy 1600 Washington Av 2123 Doolittle Dr 1359 Washington Av 4-10

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Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant, American Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant, Mexican Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Bakery and retail ice cream shop Restaurant restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Chinese Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant restaurant Restaurant and Bar Restaurant Retail Bakery - Doughnuts & pastries Restaurant Restaurant Ice Creamery Bakery Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Sabino's Coffee Shop Safeway #0790 Safeway #0994 Sam's Drive-Thru Super Burgers San Gaspar Shan's Cafe Sushi Avenue & Grill Flames on the Water Slikker's Donuts Sunshine Donuts Taco Bell #2078 Taqueria Los Pericos The Big Cheese Hidden Wok The Mutt Hut Togo's Eatery Tuttle's Sea Garden Wendy's Zocalo Coffeehouse-dba Bourbon Coffee Co. Horatio's Restaurant PG&E - Grant Substation Los Pericos Market INX International Ink Co Pacific Pulmonary Services VCA Bay Area Veterinary Specialists Cooks Collision of San Leandro Clayworth Healthcare Nella Oil #29 DBA Flyer's US Air Conditioning Distributors Japan Engines, Inc. Doral's Auto Repair Georgia Pacific Corrugated LLC McKevitt Volvo New Hong Kong Restaurant S & K Auto Repair Advanced Tech Collision Center Walgreens #7274 H/T Auto Repair & Service VERIZON Wireless HWY 238/880 FY 14-15 AR Form

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1273 Macarthur Bl 555 Bancroft Av 1499 Washington Av 501 E 14th St 201 E 14th St 2700 Merced St 1042 Marina Bl 1321 Macarthur Bl 2160 E 14th St 2160 Marina Bl 101 Pelton Center Wy 2194 Edison Av 145 Pelton Center Wy 1904 Washington Av 1933 Davis St, #111 395 Bancroft Av 1185 San Leandro Bl 645 Bancroft Av 60 Monarch Bay Drive 2539 Grant Av 375 E 14th St 2125 Williams St 2122 Adams Av 14790 Washington Av 2763 Teagarden St 14183 Catalina St 14880 E 14th St 1995 Fairway Dr 1951 Williams St 2000 Merced St 2800 Alvarado St 467 Marina Bl 1750 E 14th St 14429 E 14th St 2835 Miller St 1456 136th Av 14330 Washington Av 536 Lewelling Bl 4-11

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Cafe Retail Grocery Store Retail Grocery Store restaurant Restaurant Restaurant - Hot & cold lunches Restaurant Bakery Bakery Restaurant restaurant Restaurant - Deli Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Cafe Restaurant Retail Utility substation Food Oil Base Ink Research & Development Home Oxygen Supply veterinary auto body repair and painting Durable Medical Goods Gasoline Station Air Conditioning Equipment Distributor Used Engine importer / Wholesaler / rebuild Auto repair - General Flexible Packaging Automotive Dealer New Restaurant, Retail Automotive Repair Auto Body Shop, quick lube service Retail store Auto Repair Unstaffed cell site

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Alameda Applied Sciences Corp Taqueria Los Pericos #5 Tsuru Sushi Bayside Business Park Acoustical Material Services Popeye's Chicken & Biscuits Hydraulic Aces AT&T Mobility 12809 AT&T Mobility 12754 Chilis Grill & Bar VERIZON Wireless Bayfair VERIZON Wireless HWY 880/Davis VERIZON Wireless San Leandro South Bay Cities Produce Co., Inc. Wheel Works #304592 Coca-Cola Refreshments (Vending) Timberlake Respiratory Care & Home Medical Equipment Saia Motor Freight Line, LLC Pavel's Yogurt Co. Walgreens #2426 Ohana Hawaiian BBQ Western Waterproofing Company Angelina's Pizza & Cafe Rocky's Charcoal Grill Daimo Chinese Restaurant La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill Little Namking Chinese Restaurant Sizzler in San Leandro Thai Satay Restaurant Sushi Musashi Taco Bell #15463 Zen's Uncle Wong Restaurant Ming's Donuts East 14th Bakery Tequila Grill K Auto Tech Bayfair Center FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

3077 Teagarden St 1389 E 14th St 1427 E 14th St 1200 Business Ctr Dr 701 Fremont Av 13808 E 14th St, E 2553 Williams St 14895 E 14th St 1465 Factor Av 15555 E 14th St, Ste 366 14895 E 14th St 1933 Davis St, Suite 218 655 Marina Bl 2109 Williams St 1050 Marina Bl 2025 Pike Av 2953 Teagarden St 1755 Aurora Dr 14710 Wicks Bl 15500 Washington Av 1933 Davis St, 135A 15061 Wicks Bl 485 E 14th St 300 W Estudillo Av 1456 E 14th St 1207 Marina Bl 695 E 14th St 201 Davis St 1376 E 14th St 1275 Washington Av 797 Marina Bl 13876 Doolittle Dr 13780 Doolittle Dr 13996 Doolittle Dr 1780 E 14th St 1350 E 14th St 497 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St, Ste. 350 4-12

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Commercial Physical R&D Restaurant Restaurant POA for Stormwater O&M Building Supplies Distributor Restaurant Hydraulic systems maintenance and repair cell phone site Cell Site Restaurant Unstaffed cell site Unstaffed cell site Unstaffed cell site Produce wholesale distribution & processing Auto repair, tire sales & service Vending Equipment Warehouse medical oxygen supply Trucking, Except Local (Terminal Only) Yogurt manufacturing from fluid milk Retail store Restaurant Building Restoration Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Donuts Bakery Restaurant Auto repair (no body work) Shopping center, property operation

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Stan's Restaurant Walmart Store #5434 Coca-Cola Refreshments (Forklift Maintenance) City Auto Supply Purrfect Auto Service 102 Hometown Buffet #740 Production Robotics Fire Station 10 - CSL Fire Station 11 - CSL Dairy Belle Freeze Maithai Thai Cuisine Bakery Street, Inc. UPS Freight, San Leandro Airgas USA LLC 510 Auto Sport W. W. Grainger, Inc. Leslie's Swimming Pool Supplies Store #643 Hesperian Car Wash Taco Bell #30772 Profitability of Hawaii Sherwin-Williams MetroPCS SF1888 Sprint Cell Site SF54XC010 Extra Space Storage President HOA Washington Spring Lake Properties L.L.C. Electra Worldwide, Inc. Boys & Girls Club - CSL Farrelly Pool - CSL Manor Park Aquatic Center - CSL Auto Body Express Rosalinde & Arthur Gilbert Foundation The White House Pho Anh-Ha 7 Up Bottling Company San Francisco National Construction Rentals In-n-Out Burger #222 Preferred Freezer Services, Inc. FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

2075 Doolittle Dr 15555 Hesperian Bl 2077 Pike Av 14300 Catalina St 1946 Davis St 212 Greenhouse Mkt Plc 562 Whitney St 2194 Williams St 14903 Catalina St 1766 Marina Bl 13700 Doolittle Dr, 110 1465 Factor Av 3050 Teagarden St 1592 Doolittle Dr 1948 Davis St, A 444 Doolittle Dr 15100 Hesperian Bl, 310 15018 Hesperian Bl 15099 Hesperian Bl 14739 Catalina St 1033 Montague Av 933 Macarthur Bl 3007 Teagarden 14340 Washington Av 1057 MacArthur Bl 14985 Washington Av 2375 Davis St 401 Marina Bl 864 Dutton Av 14900 Zelma St 509 Estabrook St 2013 Farallon Dr 599 Macarthur Bl 2089 E 14th St, 1A 2009 Farallon Dr 1300 Business Center Dr 15575 Hesperian Bl 400 Polar Way 4-13

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Restaurant Retail Variety Store Forklift Maintenance Auto parts warehouse and distributor Auto Repair restaurant Machine Shop Fire Station Fire Station Restaurant Restaurant Bakery Products, cookies and cakes Trucking terminal with fleet maintenance Compressed Gases General Automotive Repair Wholesale distribution industrial/commercial equip Retail pool & spa supplies Carwash restaurant Back-up Diesel Generator Paint Distributor Cell site cellular phone company self-storage Stormwater O&M Stormwater O&M Electronic Recycling Community Services Community Services Community Services, Stormwater O&M Auto Body Repair Stormwater O&M Restaurant Restaurant - Full Service Warehouse Distribution Construction Rentals Restaurant Refrigerated Warehouse

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Dependable Highway Express (DHE) Washington Center Allied Refrigeration Energy Recovery Inc NorCal Kenworth Broadmoor Plaza Santiago & Delia Guitron SSF Reality Fund CalTrans Dist 4 Specialty Region (Delineation & Signs) In A Nutshell BRCP San Leandro Industrial, LLC Western Roofing Service Apollo Motorhomes Fleetwash, Inc. Martin Auto Color Inc 1 Hour City Cleaners Joe T Transmission & Complete Auto Care Columbia Graphix CVS Pharmacy #0414 Marathon Packing SLUSD High School Eden Healthcare Township District Senior Center - CSL Reliable Powder Coatings ALCO Iron & Metal Co. Edward P. Sherman Property SLUSD 9th Grade Campus e* Poly Star CVS Pharmacy #9942 James Auto & Truck Service Machine Logics, Inc Fairway San Leandro LLC Estabrook Senior Housing LP VERIZON Wireless San Leandro Marina ACCO Engineered Systems - Plumbing Shop General Foundry Service Corp. Halus Power Systems San Leandro Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

3199 Alvarado St 14766 Washington Av 2175 Adams Av 1717 Doolittle Dr 1755 Adams Av 232 E 14th St 2370 Marina Bl 2450 Alvarado St 15525 Hesperian Bl 753 Montague Av 2020 Williams St 15002 Wicks Bl 14273 Washington Av 1756 Timothy Dr 2088 Wayne Av 1077 MacArthur Bl 1672 E 14th St 2725 Miller St 14869 E 14th St 1000 Montague Av 2200 Bancroft Av 13889 E 14th St 13909 E 14th St 1577 Factor Av 2140 Davis St 291 139th Av 13900 E 14th St 2085 Burroughs Av 1401 Washington Av 2395 Washington Av 2535 Williams St 1991 Fairway Dr 2103 E 14th St 14951 Catalina St 2650 Alvarado St 1360 Business Center Plc 2539 Grant Av 1444 Marina Bl 4-14

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Warehousing and Distribution w/ Maintenance Skilled Nursing Facility Wholesale Refrigeration Supplies Ceramic products manufacturing (desalination equipment) Truck sales and repair Senior Housing Condominiums, Stormwater O&M Real estate development, Stormwater O&M Maintenance Specialty Food Wholesale Distributors Lessor Commercial Property Roofing company RV Rental Mobile vehicle washing Automotive and Industrial Paint Retail cleaners wet & dry Automotive repair Offset Printing Retail Store Packing and labeling of edible oils and sauces Public School K-12; Stormwater O&M Public Health Care Administration Senior Center & Emergency Ops Ctr Metal Coatings Wholesale-Retail metal sales new & recycled Lessor Non-residential property Public School K-12; Stormwater O&M Plastic bag manufacturer Retail Store Auto Repair Machine shop Lessor Commercial Property Non-profit Housing Organization Unstaffed cell site Plumbing contractor Aluminum foundry Remanufactured commercial wind turbines new automotive dealership

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Odwalla, Inc. Odwalla, Inc. Fabrix Nan Fang Distribution Tuscany's Bar Grill & Naan House Roofing Supply Group - San Leandro Yummy Yummy Chinese Restaurant Roccab's Deli & Cafe Espresso Ming Tasty Restaurant El Farolito Ernie's Seafood Ono Hawaiian BBQ Psy Cafe Chicago Pizza Vallarta Restaurant Fat Fish Prince Dim Sum House Mc Donald's Asia Delight #6 Subway Sandwich Round Table Pizza-Bayfair Chevys Fresh Mex Restaurant Wingstop Pretzelmaker Jamba Juice #762 Nubi Yogurt Churros Bayfair Subway #15132 Panda Express #1787 Happy Hawaiian Shaved Ice Fresh Choice, Inc. Mrs. Field's Cookies Behind the Sweets Creekside Bistro Case You N I Little Caesars Han Dae Gam McDonalds FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

2996 Alvarado St, F 2984 Alvarado St, A-B 1933 Republic Av 2100 Williams St 15015 E 14th St 1588 Doolittle Dr 794 E 14th St 1070 E 14th St 1668 E 14th St 13515 E 14th St 13775 E 14th St 13808 E 14th St, C 14075 E 14th St 14278 E 14th St 14366 E 14th St 14701 E 14th St 14736 E 14th St 14823 E 14th St 14966 E 14th St 14972 E 14th St 15255 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St, 106 15555 E 14th St, 317 15555 E 14th St, 130 15555 E 14th St, 198 15555 E 14th St, 199 15555 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St 1881 Astor Dr 15 Bayfair Mall 16 Bayfair Mall 14861 Crosby St 500 Davis St 777 Davis St, 140 1254 Davis St 1292 Davis St 1919 Davis St 4-15

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Warehousing of cooler cases Warehousing of cooler cases - see 2996 F-H Digital printing (some screen) Auto parts warehouse and distributor Restaurant Roofing Supply Restaurant Deli Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Cafe Pizzeria Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant – Fast Food Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Juicery Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Icery Restaurant Bakery Bakery Restaurant Restaurant Pizzeria Restaurant Restaurant

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro See's Candies, Inc #2108 Two Hearts Bakery Coffee Time Round Table Pizza Marina Ice Cream Parlor Subway Sandwiches & Salads Angelina Pastries/Sophia's Pastries Li Do Vietnamese Sandwiches Hong Kong Express Restaurant Togo's Eatery-Carolina Foods Super Burger Donut & Louisiana Fried Chicken Great Wall Restaurant Elios Family Restaurant Taqueria El Gordo Gold Fish Sushi & Japanese Grill (Rock & Roll Sushi) Kaspers Jack in the Box #540 McDonalds Carrows Hickory Chip Restaurant Jack in the Box #4391 Ricky's Viva Mexico Restaurant Kentucky Fried Chicken San Leandro Pearl Tea Pizza Guys #116 Subway #32064 Joaquin Deli Sergio's Pizzeria Super 5 Kitchen Best Chinese Restaurant BBA Delight Garden Subway Sandwiches Mountain Mike's Pizza Minami Sushi Hawaiian Grill Express Papa Murphy's Pizza CA #251 DT Dim Sum & Tea FY 14-15 AR Form

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1933 Davis St, 130 1933 Davis St, 269 2105 Doolittle Dr 13700 Doolittle Dr 13700 Doolittle Dr, 102 13700 Doolittle Dr, 100 600 Dutton Av, C 1338 Fairmont Dr 1356 Fairmont Dr 1380 Fairmont Dr 14988 Farnsworth St 15032 Farnsworth St 15048 Farnsworth St 260 Floresta Bl 579 Floresta Bl, B 579 Floresta Bl, A 104 Greenhouse Mall 120 Greenhouse Mall 130 Greenhouse Mrkt Pl 15011 Hesperian Bl 15025 Hesperian Bl 15028 Hesperian Bl 15100 Hesperian Bl 15179 Hesperian Bl 15251 Hesperian Bl, 3A 15253 Hesperian Bl, 2 15555 Hesperian Bl 275 West Joaquin Av, A 150 West Juana 555 Lewelling Bl 699 Lewelling Bl, 180 699 Lewelling Bl, 270 699 Lewelling Bl, 108A 699 Lewelling Bl, 164 699 Lewelling Bl, 142 699 Lewelling Bl, 184 699 Lewelling Bl, 296 1970 Lewelling Bl 4-16

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Confectionary Bakery Cafe Restaurant Ice Creamery Restaurant Bakery Sandwich Shop Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant & Bakery Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Cafe-Deli Restaurant Restaurant Deli Pizzeria Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Pizzeria Restaurant Restaurant Pizzeria Restaurant

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Marina Pizza Parlor Manor Grill Chinese Bakery & Deli Porky's Pizza Palace Clancys Ice Cream Frank's Saloon & Hofbrau Mountain Mikes Pizza Dream Fluff Donuts 2 Sweet Dee Makiyaki Japanese Restaurant Subway Sandwich & Salad Cafe Sorriso JD's Burgers Old Country Bakery Pho An Hoa Noodle House Jasmine Restaurant, Inc. Best Burger Beijing Bowl Nick's Family Restaurant Canton Express Donut Design Red Apple Pizza Earthgrains Bakery Fleet Garage The Vine Wine & Tapas ThyssenKrupp Elevator Any Seven Offroad Subway San Leandro Food Maxx #416 Wing Fiesta Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Med Ctr BlueFrog Screen Printing & Embroidery Kaiser Permanente SLMC (CUP) Subway NNF Grewal LLC AutoZone Store #4071 Las Pacita's Salvadorean Bakery Subway Healthy Subs 47792 LLC Peterson Trucks Quality Tune-Up 32 FY 14-15 AR Form

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2004 Lewelling Bl 526 Manor Bl 981 Manor Bl, A 1221 Manor Bl 1234 Manor Bl 2014 Marina Bl 2150 Marina Bl 2256 Marina Bl 109 Pelton Center Wy 134 Pelton Center Wy 1295 Washington Av 1501 Washington Av 2170 Washington Av 14388 Washington Av 14391 Washington Av 14393 Washington Av, G 14393 Washington Av, J 14400 Washington Av 14660 Washington Av 14799 Washington Av, G 14799 Washington Av 14799 Washington Av, E 2800 Merced St 135 Parrott St 14400 Catalina St 2661 Alvarado St, Ste 41 14393 Washington Av, D 699 Lewelling Bl, St 310 160 West Juana 2500 Merced St 717 Whitney St 2500 Merced St 1269 Marina Bl 14850 E 14th St 14760 E 14th St 13808 E 14th St 2718 Teagarden St 1693 Washington Av 4-17

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Pizzeria Restaurant Bakery Pizzeria Ice Creamery Restaurant Pizzeria Donuts Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Bakery Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant Donuts Pizzeria Fleet vehicle maintenance Restaurant Elevator repair and maintenance Off-road vehicle customizing (metal fabrication) Restaurant Supermarket Restaurant Hospital Screen printing & embroidery Emergency Generator Fuel Oil System Restaurant Automotive supply retailer Bakery/Donuts Restaurant Auxiliary truck shop at Peterson Power Auto Tune-Up, Lube & Smog Work

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Island Auto Repair El Yogurt Californias Mustache Mike's 925 Song Huong Hertz Equipment Rental Paramedics Plus Happy Grill Taqueria Guadalajara District Council 16 NorCal JATTF Rite Aid #5937 St. George Warehouse Fresh Autobody, Inc. Lemongrass Grill/Bay's BBQ Meineke Car Care #4069 Cummins Pacific, LLC Coordinated Wire Rope of Northern California El Portal Mexican Restaurant Royal Ambulance Trinity Formulas Inc Blue Bird Pizza MetroPCS SF0669 Manor Sign MetroPCS SF0338 MetroPCS SF0221 T-Mobile West Corp. Site BA02080A MetroPCS SF0415 T-Mobile West Corp. Site BA02028A Peterson Idealease K Mart Fast Food Restaurant MetroPCS SF0217 8-Twelve Oriental Market Digger's Diner Express Tao Dan American Spring LLC Zeng's Sushi Delight Estudillo Garage - CSL 99 Cent Only Store #180 Fochon Pharma, Inc. California Fresh Expresso Roma Corp. Bed, Bath and Beyond #830 FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

14140 Washington Av 2170 Washington Av 15555 E 14th St 277 Parrott St 14855 Wicks Bl 575 Marina Bl 14630 Wicks Bl 14327 E 14th St, A 2020 Williams St, Ste A 1355 MacArthur Bl 1936 Fairway Dr 945 Estabrook St 185 Pelton Center Wy 14602 Washington Av 1950 Burroughs Av 790 139th Av 2028 Lewelling Bl 14472 Wicks Bl 2424 Davis St 496 E 14th St 15049 Farnsworth St 14895 E 14th St 536 Lewelling Bl 433 Estudillo Av, U 1933 Davis St, 258 1700 Fairway Dr 2595 Alvarado St 250 Floresta Bl 655 Marina Bl 596 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St 277 Parrott St 1443 E 14th St, Ste C 122 Estudillo Av 699 Lewelling Bl, Ste 50 1933 Davis St, Ste 207 15555 E 14th St, Ste. 105 15555 E 14th St, Ste 240 4-18

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Automotive Repair Restaurant Mobile Italian Ice Cream Restaurant Pump rental and service Paramedic services with emergency fueling Cafe/Deli Fast Food Restaurant Union Vocational Training Center Retail Store Warehouse for Customs Clearance Auto Body Repair Full-Service Fast Food Restaurant Auto Repair Diesel Engine Sales and Service wire rope distributor Full Service Restaurant Ambulance Service Cleaners / Shampoo Blending / Repackaging Full Service Pizza Restaurant Cell site Cell site Cell site cell phone site Cell site cell phone site Truck leasing with maintenance Fast Food Restaurant Cell site Market & Deli Fast Food Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Public garage Retail dry goods & Grocery Biotech Research Full Service Restaurant Retail Home Furnishing

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. #01387 Dollar Tree Store, Inc. #02515 A'S Cafe Incredible Mini-Donuts [A&B Retail LLC] Safeway #2315 El Sazon Safeway Pak N Save #3111 Michaels Store #8695 Mama Lupe's Cocina Mountain Mike's Pizza Red Pepper Pizza T-Mobile West Corp. Site BA02094A ACI CNG fueling station Alohana Hawaiian Grill (SJC Group Inc) Good4U (IM Kimchi Columbia Electric Inc. Annex Consolidation Center Annex Warehouse FedEx Ground - Oakland Nordstrom Rack Macy's Bayfair #339 TK Services, Inc. Environmental Sampling Supply Kohl's Dept Stores Inc. #762 Chef Ming's New Cherry Pit Restaurant Valley Power Systems North, Inc. Praxair Distribution Inc Bayfront Custom Cabinets Alliance Marine San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park ASA Trading Company Brewers Supply Group Rubianos Service West T 4 U inc MetroPCS SF0706

FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

15100 Hesperian Bl, Ste 114 14801 Washington Av 14807 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St 699 Lewelling Bl 971 Manor Bl 555 Floresta Bl 15100 Hesperian Bl, # 126 15033 Farnsworth St 302 Davis St 368 MacArthur Bl 530 E 14th St 577 Aladdin Av 15555 E 14th St, 319 445 E 14th St 1980 Davis St 1345 Doolittle Dr, Ste A 1951 Fairway Dr 1400 Business Center Dr 1285 Marina Bl 15555 E 14th St, Ste 1 1470 Doolittle Dr 640 143rd Ave 15555 E 14th St, Ste 220 600 Dutton Av, A 550 San Leandro Bl 2070 Farallon Dr 2615 Alvarado St 15011 Wicks Bl 470 Hester St 2435 Polvorosa Av 1501 Doolittle Dr, Ste A 750 139th Av 600 Dutton Av, C 2054 Burroughs Av 1443 E 14th St, Ste B 2097 Marina Bl, U 4-19

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Retail Variety Store Retail Variety Store Full-Service Restaurant Fast Food Restaurant Retail Grocery Store Cafe/Deli Coffee Shop Retail Grocery Store Retail hobby & craft supplies Full Service Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Fast Food Restaurant cell phone site Trash hauler and recycling center Fast Food Restaurant Specialty Foods Market, Mfg Kimchi Electrical Contractor Warehouse (green coffee storage) Warehouse (green coffee storage) Package Courier Services Department Store - Retail Department Store - Retail Service truck refrigeration units Wholesale sample bottles w/ preservatives Department Store - Retail Full Service Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Diesel Engine Mobile Repair Welding supply incl gases Cabinet Construction Marine repair museum warehouse Dry food goods import / wholesale Wholesale non-durable brewery supplies Full Service Pizza Restaurant Office Furniture installation, moving & storage Retail food, tea & snacks Cell site

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro KAI Bistro Dollar Tree Store, Inc. #05364 Sistas Soul Food Kafe Western Dental Satellite Healthcare inc Satellite Dialysis of San Leandro Naan Pasta-Indian & Italian Restaurant Petco #5312 A-ParaTransit Corp Sirio North America Inc Casabrosa Lei Global Enterprises, Inc. Doug Smog and Auto Repair Stewart Superior Corporation San Leandro Chevron Arana Res & Comm Painting Fresh & Natural Cafe (Kaiser Hosp. Cafeteria) MetroPCS SF71691B (Callan Building) Marshalls #0437 Leisure Cafe Village Market Place Creasian-Taste of the Himalayas Pacific Dragon Buffet, Inc. Lawson Mechanical Contractors 7-Eleven Store #20273 7-Eleven Store #14204 7-Eleven Store #19250 7-Eleven Store #17008 7-Eleven Store #20364 Puerto Bello Grill & Bar Kennerley-Spratling Inc. Westmed Ambulance Station 1 Reyes Automotive Repair RS Nexgen LLC Leaf - Vo LLC Doolittle Auto Repair Bobo Drinks Lumber Liquidators Store #1009 Ga Hing Chinese Restaurant FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

1057 MacArthur Bl, B 1933 Davis St, Ste 140 571 Bancroft Av 14895 E 14th St, Ste 100 2401 Merced St, Ste 110 801 Davis St 1865 Orchard Av 699 Lewelling Bl, Ste 168 1400 Doolittle Dr 2020 Williams St, Ste G 15555 E 14th St, Fc3 1935 Washington Av, # B 14487 Griffith St 2180 Orchard Av 819 San Leandro Bl 2500 Merced St 101 Callan Av 1245 Marina Bl 1443 E 14th St, Ste A 1550 E 14th St 1255 MacArthur Bl 15073 E 14th St 14359 Catalina St 1126 Davis St 333 E 14th St 13792 E 14th St 1240 Manor Bl 15101 Hesperian Bl 14680 Washington Av 1446 Factor Av 14275 Wicks Bl 2220 Davis St 2785 Teagarden St 599 Dutton Av 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste I 699 Lewelling Bl, 182 2997 Teagarden St 983 Manor Bl 4-20

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Full Service Restaurant Retail Variety Store Cafe/Deli General Dentistry Ofc Kidney Dialysis Center Kidney Dialysis Center Full Service Restaurant Retail NEC Pet Goods, Pet Food Medical passenger transport Wholesale Distributor Patio Furniture Restaurant-Fast Food Auto Repair and Smog Pads, Inking and Stamping Retail Fuel Sales Painting Contractor Cafe/Deli Cell site Department Store - Retail Restaurant Commercial Building Operator Full Service Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Specialty Mechanical Contractor Convenience Store Convenience Store Convenience Store Convenience Store Convenience Store Full Service Restaurant Plastics manufacturing Ambulance transportation w/ fleet maint Auto Repair Parts Cleaning Service Restaurant - Cafe-Deli Auto Repair Fast Food Restaurant Wholesale hard floor covering Full Service Restaurant

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Marina Supermarket RMD Kwikform Give Something Back Ofc Supplies 21st Amendment Brewery Cafe LLC MAS Metals Lotus Leaf [American Spring] LLC Energia Technologies Cleophus Quealy Beer Company Blackpak Inc. Motor City's Cornbeef & Turkey Delights Big O Tires 5177 Ross Dress For Less #0141 dd's Discounts #5001 Synergy Companies Habit Burger Grill All Ways Automotive & Tow JDM Engine Bay China Kitchen Express Craw Station Lucille's dba Int'l House of Cuisine & Ent CVS Pharmacy #9635 Chipotle Mexican Grill #2292 PetSmart #0055 United Mariscos Y Birrieria Autocom Nissan East Bay FedEx Ground - Oakland HD Castro Street Body Shop/Yellow Top Cab Co. China Kitchen Express Peet's Coffee Donkey's Taqueria AT&T Corp - LT1YOJ AT&T California - Q3044 JP Body and Paint ALCO Davis Street Pump Station Ewing Irrigation Products, Inc. #01 VERIZON Wireless Mulford Gardens VERIZON Wireless DT San Leandro Magdeburg Systems FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

2181 Doolittle Dr 2050 Farallon Dr 2986 Alvarado St, Ste H 2010 Williams St 600 Montague Av 277 Parrott St 1670 Alvarado St, Ste 3 448 Hester St 1933 Davis St, Ste 251 129 Pelton Center Wy 15241 Washington Av 15100 Hesperian Bl, #108 561 Floresta Bl 1455 150th Av 1540 E 14th St 1 E 14th St 2439 Verna Ct 13780 E 14th St 15040 Farnsworth St 635 E 14th St 1550 E 14th St 1505 E 14th St 15555 E 14th St, Ste 603 2170 Washington Av 2085 Wayne Av 1934 Fairway Dr 712 Castro St 13780 E 14th St 1500 E 14th St 2014 Marina Bl 1910 Fairway Dr 530 E 14th St 295 139th Av, C 3012 Davis St 2462 Polvorosa Ave 1995 Republic Av 1234 E 14th St 655 Peralta Av 4-21

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Grocery Store Rental Construction forms & scaffolding Office Supplies Wholesale Craft Brewery Metal Job Shop Full Service Restaurant Bio-fuel R&D lab scale Nano Brewery, weekends only Commercial R&D Natural Gas Fuel Cells Full Service Restaurant Auto repair Department Store - Retail Department Store - Retail Special Trades Contractor NEC Energy Conservation Restaurant Towing Services Automotive Wholesale used engines & parts Full Service Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Retail Store and Pharmacy Restaurant Wholesale Pet Foods Restaurant General Auto Repair Package Courier Services Taxi Cab Co. with associated vehicle maintenance Full Service Restaurant Retail Food service Full Service Restaurant Telephone Services, Field Technicians Communication Services, Field Technicians Auto Body and Repair County Flood Control Wholesale Lawn/Turf Mgmt Products Unstaffed cell site Unstaffed cell site Vacuum Pump, Misc Repair Svcs nec

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Swamp X Swamp Express, Inc. Verizon Wireless Manor Square 184951 Gogo Sushi & BBQ Pho T & T Former Richard's Automotive Service CSL Merced St/Fairway Dr Street Imp Proj Kings Catering & Events LLC Nothing Bundt Cakes Sunbelt Rentals PC 577 Zermeno's Custom Ironworks Aloha Sushi & Bbq Sweet Honey Dessert Heritage Baptist Church PG&E Digs Project D-225A (CC-046) Underwater Resources Inc. Share Tea Superb L & F Haud Secus LLC dba Matrix Systems Staples the Office Superstore #1394 E-Z 10 Minute Oil Change

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

15555 E 14th St, 318 933 Manor Bl 699 Lewelling Bl, 112A 2050 Lewelling Bl 1495 Hays St Merced St & Fairway Dr 635 E 14th St 699 Lewelling Bl, 210 2575 Williams St 14143 Washington Av, #A 14807 E 14th St 1423 E 14th St 2960 Merced St Fairway and Merced 866 Estabrook St 699 Lewelling Bl, 264 476 Whitney St 15555 E 14th St, Ste 200 14675 E 14th St

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Fast Food Restaurant Unstaffed Cell Site Fast Food Restaurant Full Service Restaurant Site Mitigation Project; Pretreatment Special Discharge City Gov infastructure O&M Catering/Personal Chef Services Bakery Pump, generator & air compressor rental Mfg Architectural metal work, install Full Service Restaurant Cafe/Deli (Specialty Dessert) Church Public utility Commercial Diver Service Restaurant - Cafe/Deli Repair shops & related services NEC Wholesale Stationery & Office Supplies Lubricating Svc, Auto

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C.4.b.iii.(2) ►Facilities Scheduled for Inspection List below or attach your list of facilities scheduled for inspection during the current fiscal year. Facility Name Walgreens #2426 Eden Healthcare Township District Fairway San Leandro LLC Estabrook Senior Housing LP Hesperian Car Wash Manor Park Aquatic Center - CSL Oberti Wholesale Foods, Inc. Western Roofing Service Trinity Formulas Inc Davis Auto Repair SLUSD 9th Grade Campus SLUSD High School MetroPCS SF0669 Manor Sign City Hall - CSL FY 14-15 AR Form

Address 15500 Washington Av 13889 E 14th St 1991 Fairway Dr 2103 E 14th St 15018 Hesperian Bl 14900 Zelma St 14471 Griffith St 15002 Wicks Bl 2424 Davis St 2220 Davis St 13900 E 14th St 2200 Bancroft Av 15049 Farnsworth St 835 E 14th St

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Business Type Retail store Public Health Care Administration Lessor Commercial Property Non-profit Housing Organization Carwash Community Services, Stormwater O&M Wholesale Meat Processing & Distribution Roofing company Cleaners / Shampoo Blending / Repackaging General Auto Repair Public School K-12; Stormwater O&M Public School K-12; Stormwater O&M Cell site City Admin.

SIC Code 5912 9431 6512 6513 7542 9199 2011 1761 2842 7538 8211 8211 4812 9199 6/24/15

FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro AutoZone Store #4071 Coca-Cola Refreshments (Forklift Maintenance) Western Waterproofing Company Sun Chemical Corp. Drive Line Service of San Leandro 7 Up Bottling Company San Francisco Sprint Cell Site FN03XC005 Bayfab Metals, Inc. Coca-Cola Refreshments (Vending) Wheel Works #304592 Firelight Glass - Vitrico Corp. Taco Bell #30772 Boys & Girls Club - CSL Hill & Sons Inc. Precision Auto Care CalTrans Maintenance Station AT&T Mobility 12809 Peterson Tractor Company Diamond Manufacturing HD Supply Construction (WC022) Japan Engines, Inc. Specialty Manufacturing East Bay Frame & Axle Coast Tool Company Polymeric Technology, Inc. C&E Auto & Truck Repair Specialized Automotive Systems Edwards Heat Treating ThyssenKrupp Elevator Borden Lighting San Leandro Honda Cost U Less Fochon Pharma, Inc. CNH America LLC - Parts Distribution Center Energy Recovery Inc K/P Corporation LAVWMA San Leandro Sample Stn. Fabrix FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

14850 E 14th St 2077 Pike Av 15061 Wicks Bl 1599 Factor Av 2474 Teagarden St 2009 Farallon Dr 536 Lewelling Bl 870 Doolittle Dr 2025 Pike Av 1050 Marina Bl 844 Doolittle Dr 15099 Hesperian Bl 401 Marina Bl 2591 Nicholson St 13990 E 14th St 600 Lewelling Bl 14895 E 14th St 955 Marina Bl 1763 Timothy Dr 1140 Beecher St 1951 Williams St 2035 Edison Av 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste H 2099 Edison Av 1900 Marina Bl 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste E 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste G 642 McCormick St 14400 Catalina St 999 Montague Av 1302 Marina Bl 2055 Burroughs Av, Ste B 1933 Davis St, Ste 207 1919 Williams St 1717 Doolittle Dr 13951 Washington Av, #A 2401 Lewelling Bl 1933 Republic Av

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Automotive supply retailer Forklift Maintenance Building Restoration Formulation of Printing Inks Driveshaft repair and balancing Warehouse Distribution Cell site Sheet Metal Shop Vending Equipment Warehouse Auto repair, tire sales & service Manufacturing-Glass/candles restaurant Community Services Off set printer General Automotive Repair Fleet Maintenance cell phone site Heavy Equipment Sales & Service Metal Fabrication / welding job shop Industrial Supplies Wholesale Used Engine importer / Wholesaler / rebuild Boat Jet Drive mfg Automotive Repair, Frame/Drive Train Specialist Machine Tool Distributor manufacture service General Auto repair Automotive Fuel sys & A/C Repair, Parts Metal Heat Treatment Elevator repair and maintenance Commercial lighting manufacture New & Used Car Dealership warehouse durable goods w/o fleet maint Biotech Research Parts Warehouse & Distrib. (agricultural and construction equip) Ceramic products manufacturing (desalination equipment) Printer - Lithographic Sewerage Systems Public Utility Digital printing (some screen)

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Dek-ing (Specialty Warehouse Inc.) Bally Total Fitness Fire Station 12 - CSL East Bay Auto Repair Services Advantage Auto Trailer Haven US Air Conditioning Distributors American Inks and Coatings Simmons Mattress Company George Oren Tire Company Kentucky Fried Chicken #266 Earthgrains Bakery Fleet Garage Diesel Marine Electric F H Dailey Chevrolet Motor Co. Cooks Collision of San Leandro Walgreens #7274 Columbia Electric Inc. Carrier Corporation, CCS Pep Boys #847 LA Smith & Sons Body Shop Kone Inc. (Kone Elevator) Ghirardelli Chocolate Co. Drake's Brewing State of California BAR Lab World Imported Car Service Marathon Packing Pavel's Yogurt Co. 99 Cent Only Store #180 Valley Power Systems North, Inc. True World Foods Maaco Clayworth Healthcare Windsor Square Auto Service BMC of San Leandro Wycen Foods, Inc. Hydraulic Aces Eric F. Anderson, Inc. 510 Auto Sport FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

888 Carden Street 567 Floresta Bl 1065 143rd Av 401 E 14th St 15225 Hesperian Bl 2399 E 14th St 1995 Fairway Dr 2523 Grant Av 1700 Fairway Dr 2823 Alvarado St 2187 Merced St 2800 Merced St 415 E 14th St 800 Davis St 2763 Teagarden St 1456 136th Av 1980 Davis St 600 McCormick St. 14845 E 14th St 830 Castro St 15021 Wicks Bl 1111 139th Av 1933 Davis St, Ste 177 2265 Polvorosa Av, # 310 355 E 14th St 1000 Montague Av 14710 Wicks Bl 699 Lewelling Bl, Ste 50 2070 Farallon Dr 1815 Williams St 250 San Leandro Bl 14183 Catalina St 1900 Lewelling Bl 1970 Republic Av 560 Estabrook St 2553 Williams St 1066 Beecher St 1948 Davis St, A

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Distributor of steel floor and roof decking Fitness Club Fire Station Auto Repair Service General Automotive Repair Trailer Park - Long Term Air Conditioning Equipment Distributor Ink manufacturer Mattress Manufacturer Retail sales & installation auto tires restaurant Fleet vehicle maintenance Engine Repair Auto Dealership with Repair Services auto body repair and painting Retail store Electrical Contractor HVAC General Automotive Repair & Parts Distributor Auto Body repair & painting Elevator, Escalator Repair and Maintenance Chocolate & Cocoa Products Brewery Vehicle Repair Investigations Auto Repair/Service Packing and labeling of edible oils and sauces Yogurt manufacturing from fluid milk Retail dry goods & Grocery Diesel Engine Mobile Repair Seafood Preparation & Distribution Auto Body Repair & Painting Durable Medical Goods General Auto Repair Auto Body & Paint Sausages & Other Prepared Meat Product Hydraulic systems maintenance and repair General contractor - carpentry & cabinetry General Automotive Repair

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Wright's Automotive Service Ace Truck Repair DC Metals, Inc. International Paper L-3 ATI Cultured Marble Products San Leandro Color American Truck Fleet Service Universal Auto Center Automatic Fire, Inc. Pacific Coast Laboratories, Inc. Paradiso Mechanical, Inc. Little Red's Auto Collision Bancroft Cleaners Joe T Transmission & Complete Auto Care Botner MFG. Co. Quality Tune-Up 32 MV Transportation, Inc. Columbia Graphix Al Lunardi & Sons Meat Company, Inc. Martin Auto Color Inc Penhall Union Auto Repair Island Auto Repair Bayfair Auto Repair C & J Automotive W. W. Grainger, Inc. San Leandro Collision and Customs M.A.R.'s Engineering Co. Stewart Superior Corporation Reyes Automotive Repair RS Nexgen LLC Fire Station 10 - CSL Fire Station 11 - CSL Auto Body Express Industrial Nuclear Co. Popeye's Chicken & Biscuits Oscar's Auto Body & Towing FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

621 Fargo Av 1906 Williams St 2399 Davis St 1950 Marina Bl 2700 Merced St 2701 Merced St 555 E 14th St 1791 Neptune Dr, Suite B 14320 Washington Av 536 Lewelling Bl, #C 1031 San Leandro Bl 2600 Williams St 2625 Nicholson St 625 Bancroft Av 1672 E 14th St 900 Aladdin Av 1693 Washington Av 1944 Williams St 2725 Miller St 570 Williams St 2088 Wayne Av 13750 Catalina St 14078 Washington Av 14140 Washington Av 14825 E 14th St, #B 1996 Alvarado St 444 Doolittle Dr 14332 Washington Av 699 Montague Av 14487 Griffith St 2220 Davis St 2785 Teagarden St 2194 Williams St 14903 Catalina St 509 Estabrook St 14320 Wicks Bl 13808 E 14th St, E 525 San Leandro Bl

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Auto Repair General automotive repair Scrap Metal Dealer Commercial (Corrugated Box) Printing, N.E.C. High Energy Testing Equipment for DOD countertop manufacture paint retail & wholesale sales Commercial truck sales and service General Auto Service/Repair Fire extinguisher/protection system services Custom molded ear plugs and communication devices Contractor Auto Body Repair Retail cleaners dry & wet Automotive repair Metal fabrication/welding Auto Tune-Up, Lube & Smog Work Truck Terminal with Wash Facility Offset Printing Meat Packer Automotive and Industrial Paint specialty contractor Auto Repair Automotive Repair General Automotive Repair Auto Repair Warehouse/wholesale distribution industrial/commercial equip Auto Body Repair Machine Shop Pads, Inking and Stamping Auto Repair Parts Cleaning Service Fire Station Fire Station Auto Body Repair X-Ray Testing Svc Restaurant Auto body Repair and Painting

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Doug Smog and Auto Repair Associated Aerospace Star Tam, Inc. Royal Ambulance Absolute Body & Truck Repair Reddaway, Inc. (OAK-R) Applied Fusion Applied Fusion Lancaster Distributing Co. Bluewater Environmental Services, Inc. United #5443 UPS Freight, San Leandro PCC Structurals Tony Lema Golf Course Closed Landfill San Leandro Radiator, Inc. Waste Management / Oyster Bay San Leandro Marina Dialysis Fast Gas & Mini Mart Berber Food Manufacturing Inc DBA Mi Rancho Safeway UST - #040737 Cleophus Quealy Beer Company NK QuickServe Penske Truck Leasing ALCO Pump Station H ALCO Pump Station F ALCO Pump Station Belvedere ALCO Pump Station D1 Veer Fuel ARCO #601, BP West Coast Products, LLC Cummins Pacific, LLC Ross Dress For Less #0141 dd's Discounts #5001 ACI CNG fueling station Alameda County Industries Premier Gasoline & Snacks San Leandro Valero Bancroft Station, LLC Chevron Station #90176 FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

1935 Washington Av, # B 2502 Williams St 14497 Wicks Bl 14472 Wicks Bl 210 San Leandro Bl 2375 Polvorosa Av 1915 Republic Av 1914 Republic Av 1995 Davis St 2075 Williams St 15199 Washington Av 3050 Teagarden St 414 Hester St 13800 Monarch Bay Dr 870 Estabrook St 2615 Davis St 2551 Merced St 13700 Catalina St 425 Hester St 2000 Adams Av 448 Hester St 111 E 14th St 10755 Bigge St 13203 Monarch Bay Dr 2603 Fairway Dr 2480 Belvedere Av 2048 Farallon Dr 15201 Washington Av 712 Lewelling Bl 14775 Wicks Bl 15100 Hesperian Bl, # 108 561 Floresta Bl 577 Aladdin Av 610 Aladdin Av 15018 Hesperian Bl 1088 Marina Bl 500 Bancroft Av 1117 E 14th St

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Auto Repair and Smog Aerospace mfg Battery Repair/Sales Ambulance Service Auto Body Shop Trucking Terminal Laser Welding Sheet metal welding shop wholesale hardware supplies Abatement/Demolition contractor Retail Gasoline Sale Trucking terminal with fleet maintenance Ferrous metal investment casting Closed landfill/golf course Radiator, heating, and air conditioning repair Closed Landfill Kidney Dialysis Center Retail Fuel Station Tortilla Manufacturing Fleet Maint for Milk Plant Nano Brewery, weekends only Retail gas station Truck Leasing & Maintenance Facility County Flood Control County Flood Control County Flood Control County Flood Control Retail Gasoline Sale Gas Station Diesel Engine Sales and Service Department Store - Retail Department Store - Retail Trash hauler and recycling center Trash hauler and recycling center Retail Gasoline & convenience store Retail Fuel Sales Retail Fuel Sales/Service Station Maintenance Retail Gasoline Station w/ convenience store

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro NorCal Kenworth Bigge Crane & Rigging Company Kaiser Permanente SLMC (CUP) Farrelly Pool - CSL Wells Fargo JDM Engine Bay ALCO Iron & Metal Co. ARCO #2111, BP West Coast Products, LLC Coca-Cola Bottling Company Georgia Pacific Corrugated LLC Water Pollution Control Plant - CSL Valero Gas & Food Cast Aluminum Corporation DBA CASTCO Marcheschi Properties - FMC Georgia-Pacific Gypsum LLC General Foundry Service Corp. A-ParaTransit Corp Reliable Powder Coatings Costco Wholesale #118 Bancroft Shell Grand Gas Station dba Valero San Leandro Hospital AT&T Corp - LT1YOJ Avis Rent a Car System, LLC AT&T California - Q3044 Nella Oil #453 San Leandro Gas & Car Wash dba Arco JP Body and Paint Ewing Irrigation Products, Inc. #01 Davis Street Transfer Station (DSTS) / WMI Will's Fresh Foods, Inc. Magdeburg Systems Davis Street Shell Xtra Oil Company Public Works Service Center - CSL Marina Shell Fire Station 9 - CSL Western States Oil Co. FY 14-15 AR Form

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

1755 Adams Av 10700 Bigge St 2500 Merced St 864 Dutton Av 794 Davis St 2439 Verna Ct 1091 Doolittle Dr 1156 Davis St 14655 Wicks Bl 2800 Alvarado St 3000 Davis St 14798 Washington Av 667 Whitney St 1366 Doolittle Dr, Ste B 1988 Marina Bl 1360 Business Center Place 1400 Doolittle Dr 1577 Factor Av 1900 Davis St 1285 Bancroft Av 1401 Grand Av 13855 E 14th St 1910 Fairway Dr 390 Doolittle Dr 530 E 14th St 1805 Doolittle Dr 1990 E 14th St 295 139th Av, C 2462 Polvorosa Ave 2615 Davis St 1991 Republic Av 655 Peralta Av 1944 Davis St 589 Davis St 14200 Chapman Rd 2175 Marina Bl 450 Estudillo Av 2709 Teagarden St 4-27

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Truck sales and repair Heavy Equipment Service Emergency Generator Fuel Oil System Community Services Bank headquarters Wholesale used engines & parts Retail and Scrap Metal Processing and Sales Gas Station Bottled & Canned Soft Drinks Flexible Packaging Wastewater Treatment Retail gas station Aluminum Foundry Lessor Commercial Property Paper Mill & Warehouse Aluminum foundry Medical passenger transport Metal Coatings Retail Meat Dept. and Bakery, RGO Service Station Retail gas station Hospital Health Care Telephone Services, Field Technicians Auto Rental, Maintenance and Fueling Communication Services, Field Technicians retail fuel sales - cardkey facility Retail gasoline station & car wash Auto Body and Repair Wholesale Lawn/Turf Mgmt Products Refuse & Recycling Transfer Station Salad mfg; potato, pasta, carrot Vacuum Pump, Misc Repair Svcs nec Retail gas sales gasoline station, store Facilities Support Services Retail Fuel Sales Fire Station Retail fuel and lubricating oils sales and distribution.

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FY 2014-2015 Annual Report Permittee Name: City of San Leandro Pacific Bell dba AT&T California Nella Oil #29 DBA Flyer's Village Market Place San Leandro Marina - CSL Phelps Auto Wreckers All Star Gas NELCO, Inc. FXI, Inc. Sunbelt Rentals PC 577 Zermeno's Custom Ironworks Airgas USA LLC Rodgers Trucking Co. Gan Trans Nella Oil #23 Scandic Springs Ridge Cast Metals Corporation San Leandro Chevron Superior Gas & Car Wash Inc. Saag's Products, LLC Underwater Resources Inc. Downtown Auto Repair U.S. Gas DBA Union Center Haud Secus LLC dba Matrix Systems E-Z 10 Minute Oil Change

C.4 – Industrial and Commercial Site Controls

15125 Hesperian Bl 14880 E 14th St 1550 E 14th St 40 Mulford Point Dr 2622 Eden Rd 999 Macarthur Bl 1840 Williams St 2451 Polvorosa Av 2575 Williams St 14143 Washington Av, A 1592 Doolittle Dr 14327 Washington Av 800 Carden St 2180 Merced St 700 Montague Av 1554 Doolittle Dr 2180 Orchard Av 14610 Washington Av 1799 Factor Av 866 Estabrook St 1495 Hays St 1935 Washington Av 476 Whitney St 14675 E 14th St

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phone service center Gasoline Station Commercial Building Operator City marina Auto Dismantling & Parts Sales Retail Gasoline Sales Fabrication of lead x-ray shielding Polyurethane mfg Pump, generator & air compressor rental Mfg Architectural metal work, install Compressed Gases Trucking Drayage with maintenance Facility trucking company Retail fuel sales Stamped & Coiled Metal Springs Mfg Cast & Ductile Iron Foundry Retail Fuel Sales Gas station and car wash Sausage mfg. Commercial Diver Service Auto Repair and Maintenance Retail Gasoline Station and Auto Repair Shop Repair shops & related services NEC Lubricating Svc, Auto

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C.4.c.iii.(1) ►Facility Inspections Fill out the following table or attach a summary of the following information. Indicate your violation reporting methodology below. Permittee reports multiple discrete violations on a site as one violation. X

Permittee reports the total number of discrete violations on each site. Number

Percent

Number of businesses inspected

266

Total number of inspections conducted

268

Number of violations (excluding verbal warnings)

7

Sites inspected in violation

7

Violations resolved within 10 working days or otherwise deemed resolved in a longer but still timely manner

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Comments: Sites inspected in violation are counted one time. Each violation is counted individually so corrective actions and return to compliance can be tracked and verified for that specific violation.

C.4.c.iii.(2) ►Frequency and Types/Categories of Violations Observed Fill out the following table or attach a summary of the following information. Type/Category of Violations Observed

Number of Violations

Actual discharge (e.g. active non-stormwater discharge or clear evidence of a recent discharge)

0

Potential discharge and other

8

Comments: Small metal fabrication shop with some metal cutting outdoors. Had daily sweeping and use of magnetic roller BMPs in place but after discussion with site personnel the operations were moved indoors. Two transportation facilities with slack in housekeeping; one needed to clean off top of area drain grate and the other needed general housekeeping clean up, including moving some storage indoors and covering some storage that was not movable. Welding supply facility needed to move some large lead acid batteries indoors until properly recycled. Commercial card lock fueling facility needed to clean up some customer diesel spillage at islands. Job shop powder coating facility needed to eliminate outdoor accumulation of cardboard, empty drums and assorted scrap metal. Finally, a hardware store nursery needed to move customer potting station under roofed area and re-configure to eliminate spillage. All of these potential issues were resolved in a timely manner cooperatively with the facility staff.

C.4.c.iii.(2) ►Frequency and Type of Enforcement Conducted Fill out the following table or attach a summary of the following information. Enforcement Action (as listed in ERP) 48

Number of Enforcement Actions Taken

% of Enforcement Actions Taken 49

Level 1

Written Warnings / Notices of Violation (NOV)

7

100%

Level 2

Administrative Actions – Clean & Abatement (CAO)/Cease & Desist (CAO) Orders

0

0%

Level 3

Administrative Actions w/ Penalty Collection

0

0%

Level 4

Civil / Criminal Actions

0

0%

7

100%

Total

48

Agencies to list specific enforcement actions as defined in their ERPs. Percentage calculated as number of each type of enforcement action divided by the total number of enforcement actions.

49

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C.4.c.iii.(3) ►Types of Violations Noted by Business Category Fill out the following table or attach a summary of the following information. Number of Actual Discharge Violations

Business Category 50

Number of Potential/Other Discharge Violations

Metal fabrication shop

0

1

Transportation facilities

0

2

Welding supply facility

0

1

Commercial card lock fueling facility

0

1

Job shop powder coating facility

0

1

Hardware store nursery

0

1

C.4.c.iii.(4) ►Non-Filers List below or attach a list of the facilities required to have coverage under the Industrial General Permit but have not filed for coverage: There are no non-filers identified during inspections to report during this reporting period.

C.4.d.iii ►Staff Training Summary Training Name Stormwater Business Inspectors Workshop Honing Your Inspection Skills

No. of Inspectors in Attendance

Percent of Inspectors in Attendance

C.4 Overview

3

75%

Industrial General Permit Update

3

75%

Facility Sources & BMPs

3

75%

Using and understanding CASQA BMP Handbook for businesses

3

75%

Mock inspections

3

75%

Urban runoff pollution prevention

3

75%

Facility Inspection procedures

3

75%

BMPs at Industrial and Commercial Facilities

3

75%

PCBs or PCB-containing equipment.

3

75%

Training Dates 6/3/15

Topics Covered

50

List your Program’s standard business categories.

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Inspecting C3 permanent Stormwater Treatment Controls

10/13/14

Inspecting, design & construction of C3 Treatment systems. Post construction inspection of C3 Treatment systems for O&M verification program.

4

100%

Regional Monitoring Program Annual Meeting

10/14/14

Status and Trends, Small Tributary Loads, Nutrients, Contaminants of Emerging Concern

1

25%

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C.5 – Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination

Section 5 – Provision C.5 Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination

Program Highlights Provide background information, highlights, trends, etc. The Environmental Services Section continues active participation in the countywide program’s IIDC subcommittee in development of BMPs, outreach and education materials and inspector training. Reviewing the illicit discharge data collected for the past fourteen years, the fifty-one complaints logged this year is in mid-range of 30 to 61 complaints annually. The overall trend still appears to be going down but more importantly the severity of actual discharges appears decreased. Usually 90 to 95% of the complaints are isolated to surface areas or trapped in localized below surface collection system and are mitigated. The collection system screening program is still active with 92 high priority points and sector one low priority points surveyed this reporting period for illicit discharges. Collection systems staff continues to participate in the BACWA collection systems committee, ACCWP maintenance sub-committee and BASMAA Municipal Operations committee and is working on the City’s Full Trash Capture project. Refer to the C.5 Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination section of the countywide program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report for description of activities at the countywide and regional levels. Formal enforcement was taken for one incident and $174 in administrative penalties levied on the responsible party.

C.5.c.iii ►Complaint and Spill Response Phone Number and Spill Contact List List below or attach your complaint and spill response phone number and spill contact list. Contact

Description

Phone Number

See attachment C.5.c.iii contact lists

C.5.d.iii ►Evaluation of Mobile Business Program Describe implementation of minimum standards and BMPs for mobile businesses and your enforcement strategy. This may include participation in the BASMAA Mobile Surface Cleaners regional program or local activities. Description: Mobile businesses operating from a fixed site within the City’s jurisdiction are reviewed and conditioned to have appropriate procedures, equipment and approvals for stormwater BMP implementation and waste storage/disposal. The review process is part of the planning/zoning approvals, business license and tenant improvement permits processes. Businesses or residents requiring mobile cleaning services are educated about the BASMAA mobile cleaners program and advised to only hire from the current list. In recent years the list of Alameda based certified mobile cleaners has reduced and cleaners from the tri-valley predominates east bay available companies. Surface cleaners identified working for local businesses who are not BASMAA Certified are referred to the Certification Website and recommended to become certified. Mobile businesses originating outside the City jurisdiction but found operating in town creating an illegal discharge are held responsible along with the Company/Person contracting their services. Ultimately the customer is responsible for all required mitigation actions and associated costs. In addition, referral of the mobile business, along with all investigation findings, photos and samples, is provided to the Environmental Crimes Investigator of the County District Attorney for potential further investigation, surveillance and enforcement. City staff utilizes BASMAA certified mobile businesses whenever possible for city contract operations and maintenance activities. The use of

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BASMAA certified mobile surface cleaners is also written into project specifications, contracts, and agreements. See Section C.5 Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination of the Countywide Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report for a summary of Program activities.

C.5.e.iii ►Evaluation of Collection System Screening Program Provide a summary or attach a summary of your collection screening program, a summary of problems found during collection system screening and any changes to the screening program this FY. Description: The Screening Point program’s purpose is to survey the collection system for signs of illicit discharge during the dry season and during any maintenance activities performed within the system. To achieve this goal, the Screening program has three components: 1) The high priority screening point survey; 2) the remainder of the collection system survey; and 3) Inlet maintenance inspection/cleaning program. Screening points can be summarized as all manholes and direct outfalls in the City of San Leandro stormwater collection system, branch connections where the City system connects to a County system, and major branch points on the County system for land areas not served by a City collection system totaling 510 screening points. High Priority (HP) screening points, 92 in total and covering the whole city, are inspected on an annual basis. These HP screening points are comprised of direct outfalls, City system connections to a County system, and major branch points on the County system. General screening points includes 418 access points, and are surveyed at least once during each five-year cycle by concentrated effort in each of the five sectors the city has been subdivided into. In addition, 2,240 storm water inlets are cleaned and/or inspected annually across all five sectors, with any illicit discharge evidence reported for further investigation. Since the summer of 2011 there have been 294 trash capture screens installed in SWIs in the City that are cleaned annually and also serve as screening points during maintenance activities. Another 32 trash capture screens are pending installation and will also be added to the annual cleaning & screening inspection list. Identified potential illicit discharges from either screening point surveys or maintenance activities are logged into the electronic complaint/spill tracking and case follow up system required by MRP Provision C.5.f. Screening points surveys in Summer 2014 found one potential illicit discharge from a residential pool service company. There was no flow on arrival, just some residual in the street curb that was mitigated. While screening point surveys account for a small percentage of spill and discharge complaints logged, it is a valuable tool and serves to document the effectiveness of the illicit discharge control program. Both the MRP and the USEPA/Center for Watershed Protection publication referenced recommend at least one screening point per square mile of land area, excluding open space. Being a small City with a developed land area of 12 square miles, the current HP screening points exceed the minimum standard by a factor of 8. Due to the patchwork nature of the collection system and connections/outfalls, reducing the screening points would not adequately survey the system. In addition, when trying to identify intermittent or infrequent evidence of illicit discharges, the closer to the source the stronger the evidence should be. Therefore no changes to the number or layout of the survey screening points are planned. Per the recommendation of USEPA, the current HP screening points already encompass key major outfalls and drainage areas served by the industrial areas.

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C.5.f.iii.(1), (2), (3) ►Spill and Discharge Complaint Tracking Spill and Discharge Complaint Tracking (fill out the following table or include an attachment of the following information) Number Discharges reported (C.5.f.iii.(1))

Percentage 35

Discharges reaching storm drains and/or receiving waters (C.5.f.iii.(2)) Discharges resolved in a timely manner (C.5.f.iii.(3))

2

5.7%

35

100%

Comments: The Environmental Services Section’s illicit discharge tracking is a sub-component of the complaint/spill response program encompassing the six CUPA, pretreatment and stormwater programs. Complaint response and investigation is placed on high priority with illicit discharge investigation placed in the same category as an emergency response when information indicates an active on-going incident. When complaint or subsequent investigation information indicates an actual or potential stormwater impact component then the complaint Is logged in the database as storm water related. The data maintained via the electronic database allows differentiation of complaints substantiated and unsubstantiated. Two reported potential SW reports were not substantiated in the field investigation phase. Unsubstantiated records are maintained as an initial record should future information determine the initial complaint was accurate. The total number of complaints received in this reporting period was 51, with 36 of the complaints being spills, illicit discharges or found to have a potential for creating storm water pollution. One of the 36 was located in unincorporated County and referred to Alameda County Environmental Health leaving 35 stormwater-based complaints. Data is maintained for discharges that reach storm drains/receiving waters and whether the discharge was abated before or potentially caused a water quality threat. Discharges that could cause a water quality threat would be reported as any other spill or release to appropriate State/Federal response and oversight agencies. None of the stormwater-related complaints were unabatable in this reporting period. Two private lateral sewage complaints did involve below-grade mitigation of private/public collection system.

C.5.f.iii.(4) ►Summary of major types of discharges and complaints Provide a narrative or attach a table and/or graph. List the number of times the following materials were identified. 2 Paint 0 Concrete Cutting Slurry/Washwaters 1 Concrete 0 Vehicle Cleaning Washwaters 1 Construction Debris 1 Building/Sidewalk Washwaters 1 Sediment, mud 8 Other Washwaters 4 Food Wastes 6 Sewage 0 Yard Wastes 6 Automotive Fluids (antifreeze, used motor oil, fuels, etc.) 0 Industrial Wastes (solvents, metals, corrosives, 5 Other (describe): Fire sprinkler test water w/ BMPs implemented, 2-stone cutting cooling tower blowdown, etc.) residuals, residential pool discharge and power pole transformer non-PCB oil leak.

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C.6 – Construction Site Controls

Section 6 – Provision C.6 Construction Site Controls C.6.e.iii.1.a, b, c ►Site/Inspection Totals Number of High Priority Sites (sites disturbing < 1 acre of soil requiring storm water runoff quality inspection) (C.6.e.iii.1.a)

Number of sites disturbing ≥ 1 acre of soil (C.6.e.iii.1.b)

Total number of storm water runoff quality inspections conducted (include only High Priority Site and sites disturbing 1 acre or more) (C.6.e.iii.1.c)

0

9

72

Comments: There were a total of 104 inspections on sites other than those listed above.

C.6.e.iii.1.d ►Construction Activities Storm Water Violations BMP Category

51

Number of Violations excluding Verbal Warnings

% of Total Violations

Erosion Control

0

0

Run-on and Run-off Control

0

0

Sediment Control

0

0

Active Treatment Systems

0

0

Good Site Management

0

0

Non Stormwater Management

0

0

Total

52

100%

53

51

Count one violation in a category for each site and inspection regardless of how many violations/problems occurred in the BMP category. For example, if during one inspection at a site, there are 2 erosion control violations, only 1 violation would be counted for this table. 52 Percentage calculated as number of violations in each category divided by total number of violations in all six categories. 53 The total number of violations may count more than one violation per inspection, since some inspections may result in violations in more than one category. For example, during one inspection of a site, there may have been both an erosion control violation and a sediment control violation. For this reason, the total number of violations in this table may not match the total number of enforcement actions reported in Table C6.e.iii.1.e.

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C.6.e.iii.1.e ►Construction Related Storm Water Enforcement Actions Enforcement Action

Number Enforcement Actions Issued

% Enforcement Actions 55 Issued

N/A

0

0

Level 2

N/A

0

0

Level 3

N/A

0

0

Level 4

N/A

0

0

(as listed in ERP) Level 1

56

54

Total

100%

C.6.e.iii.1.f, g ►Illicit Discharges Number Number of illicit discharges, actual and those inferred through evidence at high priority sites and sites that disturb 1 acre or more of land (C.6.e.iii.1.f)

0

Number of sites with discharges, actual and those inferred through evidence at high priority sites and sites that disturb 1 acre or more of land (C.6.e.iii.1.g)

0

54

Agencies should list the specific enforcement actions as defined in their ERPs. Percentage calculated as number of each type of enforcement action divided by the total number of enforcement actions. 56 For example, Enforcement Level 1 may be Verbal Warning. 55

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C.6.e.iii.1.h, i ►Violation Correction Times Number

Percent

Violations (excluding verbal warnings) fully corrected within 10 business days after violations are discovered or otherwise considered corrected in a timely period (C.6.e.iii.1.h)

0

100% 57

Violations (excluding verbal warnings) not fully corrected within 30 days after violations are discovered (C.6.e.iii.1.i)

0

0% 58

Total number of violations (excluding verbal warnings) for the reporting year 59

0

100%

Comments:

C.6.e.iii.(2) ►Evaluation of Inspection Data Describe your evaluation of the tracking data and data summaries and provide information on the evaluation results (e.g., data trends, typical BMP performance issues, comparisons to previous years, etc.). Description: There is more awareness on the part of the contractors for adherence to clean water program requirements as they relate to construction sites. The contractors show more diligence to complying with the program and associated BMPs.

C.6.e.iii.(2) ►Evaluation of Inspection Program Effectiveness Describe what appear to be your program’s strengths and weaknesses, and identify needed improvements, including education and outreach. Description: Our inspectors have been sent to every available training related to cleanwater program compliance, which has helped in strengthening their skills related to compliance inspection. Both City inspectors and other staff who perform cleanwater program related tasks have participated in all countywide training, including regular attendance of the bimonthly New Development Subcommittee meetings and workshop.

57

Calculated as number of violations fully corrected in a timely period after the violations are discovered divided by the total number of violations for the reporting year. Calculated as number of violations not fully corrected within 30 days after the violations are discovered divided by the total number of violations for the reporting year. 59 The total number of violations reported in the table of Violation Correction Times equals the number of initial enforcement actions. I.e., this assumes one violation is issued for several problems during an inspection at a site. The total number of violations in the table of Violation Correction Times may not equal the total number of enforcement actions because one violation issued at a site may have a second enforcement action for the same violation at the next inspection if it is not corrected. 58

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C.6.f ►Staff Training Summary Training Name Inspecting C.6 BMPs & Installation Demonstration

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Topics Covered Correct uses of specific BMPs Proper installation and maintenance of BMPs Permit requirements Copper Architectural BMPs.

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No. of Inspectors in Attendance

Percent of Inspectors in Attendance

2

67%

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C.7 – Public Information and Outreach Section 7 – Provision C.7. Public Information and Outreach

C.7.b.ii.1 ►Advertising Campaign Summarize advertising efforts. Include details such as messages, creative developed, and outreach media used. The detailed advertising report may be included as an attachment. If advertising is being done by participation in a countywide or regional program, refer to the separate countywide or regional Annual Report. Summary: The following separate report developed by BASMAA summarizes the activities of the Regional Youth Litter Campaign • BASMAA Be the Street Campaign Report

C.7.b.iii.1 ►Pre-Campaign Survey (For the Annual Report following the pre-campaign survey) Summarize survey information such as sample size, type of survey (telephone survey, interviews etc.). Attach a survey report that includes the following information. If survey was done regionally, refer to a regional submittal that contains the following information: Information on the pre-campaign survey for the BASMAA Regional Youth Litter Campaign was provided in the FY 11-12 Annual Report. Place an X in the appropriate box below: Survey report attached X Reference to regional submittal:

C.7.b.iii.2 ►Post-Campaign Survey (For the Annual Report following the post-campaign survey)Discuss the campaigns and the measureable changes in awareness and behavior achieved. Provide an update of outreach strategies based on the survey results. If survey was done regionally, refer to a regional submittal that contains the following information: Information on the post-campaign survey for the BASMAA Regional Youth Litter Campaign was provided in the BASMAA FY 13-14 Annual Report. Place an X in the appropriate box below: Survey report attached X Reference to regional submittal:

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C.7.c ►Media Relations Summarize the media relations effort. Include the following details for each media pitch in the space below, AND/OR refer to a regional report that includes these details:

• • •

Topic and content of pitch Medium (TV, radio, print, online) Date of publication/broadcast

Summary: The following separate report developed by BASMAA summarizes media relations efforts conducted during FY 14-15: • BASMAA Media Relations Final Report FY 14-15 This report and any other media relations efforts conducted countywide is included within the C.7 Public Information and Outreach section of the Countywide Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report.

C.7.d ►Stormwater Point of Contact Summary of any changes made during FY 14-15: No Change

C.7.e ►Public Outreach Events Describe general approach to event selection. Provide a list of outreach materials and giveaways distributed. Use the following table for reporting and evaluating public outreach events Event Details Provide event name, date, and location. Indicate if event is local, countywide or regional.

Description (messages, audience)

Evaluation of Effectiveness

Identify type of event (e.g., school fair, farmers market etc.), type of audience (school children, gardeners, homeowners etc.) and outreach messages (e.g., pesticides, stormwater awareness)

Provide general staff feedback on the event (e.g., success at reaching a broad spectrum of the community, well attended, good opportunity to talk to gardeners etc.). Provide other details such as:

• • • •

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Estimated overall attendance at the event. Number of people that visited the booth, comparison with previous years Number of brochures and giveaways distributed Results of any spot surveys conducted

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Stormwater Exhibit at the Alameda County Fair: July 1 through July 6, 2014 and June 17 through June 30, 2015. Setting up the exhibit and producing the outreach materials are Countywide Program efforts. Staffing the exhibit is an effort conducted by individual Permittees.

The County Fair is attended by a wide range of residents from throughout the County. The primary message of the exhibit and outreach materials is to encourage residents to reduce their use of pesticides or when necessary use less-toxic pesticides. The exhibit also illustrates the basic watershed awareness/stormwater pollution message.

Several hundred thousand residents attend the fair each year. A more detailed description of the exhibit is included in Section C.7 Public Information and Outreach of the ACCWP FY 14/15 Annual Report.

America Recycles Day November 12, 2014

The America Recycles Day event targets hard to recycle universal waste (mercury containing devices, household batteries, and lamps), and medicines. The event is also intended to educate the public on the potential impacts of these types of products on fresh water sources. Attendees were provided information on how to recycle these items on a regular basis and a variety of clean water outreach materials. The senior resource fair is an opportunity to provide direct outreach to seniors who are more likely to have mercury thermometers and medicines and not know how to properly manage them. Attendees are provided information on how to recycle these items on a regular basis and a variety of clean water outreach materials.

Approximately 250 residents dropped off medicines and universal waste and received clean water outreach. Staff collected 224 lbs. of medicines, 580 lbs. of fluorescent lights, 28 mercury-containing thermometers, 1,198 lbs. of batteries and 1,069 lbs. of disks and tapes.

Compost Giveaway April 24-25, 2015

The City hosted a free compost giveaway for residents to promote organics recycling and the use of compost to reduce pesticide, herbicide, and water use.

Downtown Farmer’s Market – Information Booth 2nd Wednesday of the Month – Green Market Days

Staffed an information kiosk on Green Market Days (July, August, September, October 2014, and April and June 2015) to promote waste reduction (i.e. trash reduction); bay-friendly gardening practices; proper management of batteries, fluorescent lights and other hazardous materials; and other clean water activities. Staff distributed outreach developed by the ACCWP to participants.

Approximately 3,000 bags of compost were distributed to 1,500 residents over a two-day period. In addition, staff distributed food scrap recycling, bay-friendly gardening, and clean water outreach to participants. Attended 6 events total. Distributed outreach to approximately 100 attendees per event (similar to previous years). Attendees were interested in home composting, less toxic pest control methods, and bay-friendly gardening.

Senior Resource Fair September 12, 2014

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The event was attended by approximately 500 seniors with at least 100 attendees visiting our booth to drop off universal waste and medicines. Staff collected 30 lbs. of medicines, 1 mercury-containing thermometer, 20 lbs. of CFL’s and fluorescent lights, 125 lbs. of batteries and 65 lbs. of disks and tapes.

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C.7.f. ►Watershed Stewardship Collaborative Efforts Summarize watershed stewardship collaborative efforts and/or refer to a regional report that provides details. Describe the level of effort and support given (e.g., funding only, active participation etc.). State efforts undertaken and the results of these efforts. If this activity is done regionally refer to a regional report. Evaluate effectiveness by describing the following:

• •

Efforts undertaken Major accomplishments

Summary: See Section C.7 (Public Outreach and Involvement) of the ACCWP FY 14/15 Annual Report for a summary of the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tours that is sponsored by the Program.

C.7.g. ►Citizen Involvement Events List the types of events conducted (e.g., creek clean up, storm drain inlet marking, native gardening etc.). Use the following table for reporting and evaluating citizen involvement events. Event Details Provide event name, date, and location. Indicate if event is local, countywide or regional

Description Describe activity (e.g., creek clean-up, storm drain marking etc.)

Evaluation of effectiveness Provide general staff feedback on the event. Provide other evaluation details such as:

• • • • •

Community Stewardship Grants Program

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The Countywide Program sponsors the Community Stewardship Grants (CSG) Program. The CSG Program provides approximately $25,000 annually in $1,000 to $5,000 increments to individuals and community groups to support stormwater improvement/outreach projects throughout the County.

7-4

Number of participants. Any change in participation from previous years. Distance of creek or water body cleaned Quantity of trash/recyclables collected (weight or volume). Number of inlets marked. Data trends

See Section C.7 of the ACCWP FY14/15 Annual Report for a summary.

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C.7 – Public Information and Outreach

C.7.h. ►School-Age Children Outreach Summarize school-age children outreach programs implemented. A detailed report may be included as an attachment. Use the following table for reporting school-age children outreach efforts.

Program Details Provide the following information: Name Grade or level (elementary/ middle/ high)

Number of Students/Teachers reached

Focus & Short Description Brief description, messages, methods of outreach used

Provide number or participants

Evaluation of Effectiveness Provide agency staff feedback. Report any other evaluation methods used (quiz, teacher feedback etc.). Attach evaluation summary if applicable.

See the Section C.7 of the ACCWP FY 14/15 Annual Report for a summary of the Program’s School-Age Outreach Program

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C.8Water Quality Monitoring Section 8 - Provision C.8 Water Quality Monitoring

C.8 ►Water Quality Monitoring State below if information is reported in a separate regional report. Municipalities can also describe below any Water Quality Monitoring activities in which they participate directly, e.g. participation in RMP workgroups, fieldwork within their jurisdictions, etc. Summary During FY 14-15, the City contributed through the countywide Program to the BASMAA Regional Monitoring Coalition (RMC). In addition, the City contributed financially to the Regional Monitoring Program for Water Quality in the San Francisco Estuary (RMP) and was represented at RMP committees and work groups. Monitoring efforts and results are documented in a separate report submitted March 15 of each year, as required in Provision C.8. For additional information on monitoring activities conducted by the Program, BASMAA RMC and the RMP, see the C.8 Water Quality Monitoring section of the Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report and the Integrated Monitoring Report.

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C.9 – Pesticides Toxicity Controls Section 9 – Provision C.9 Pesticides Toxicity Controls

C.9.b ►Implement IPM Policy or Ordinance Report implementation of IPM BMPs by showing trends in quantities and types of pesticides used, and suggest reasons for increases in use of pesticides that threaten water quality, specifically organophosphates, pyrethroids, carbaryl, and fipronil. A separate report can be attached as evidence of your implementation. The City of San Leandro did not have a pest control company for 6-months of the FY13-14 year so Pyrethroid and Fipronil usage was minimal. That is why there appears to be an increase in usage in FY 14-15. The former pest control company ceased providing services in FY 12-13 which account for the change in the types of chemicals used. IPM specifications are included in our contract with the pest control company and they are encouraged to use pesticides in an outdoor environment as a last resort. Trends in Quantities and Types of Pesticides Used

60

Amount

Pesticide Category and Specific Pesticide Used

FY 09-10

FY 10-11

FY 11-12

61

FY 12-13

FY 13-14

FY 14-15

Organophosphates Glyphosate (Ranger Pro/Round Up)

92.9 gal

62.24 gal

58.8 gal

55.34 gal

50.47 gal

59.54 gal

Demand CS (Lambda-cyhalothrin)

4.8 oz

4.2 ounces

4.3 ounces

4.3 ounces

0

0

Masterline Bifenthrin 7.9%

1.3 gal

1.18 gal

1.2 gal

1.2 gal

0

1.48 ounces

Suspend SC (Deltamethrin 4.75%)

0

0

0

0

.75 ounces

0

Termidor SC (9.1%)

0

0

0

0

1.6 ounces

6.62 ounces

Pyrethroids

Carbaryl Fipronil

60

Includes all municipal structural and landscape pesticide usage by employees and contractors. Weight or volume of the product or preferably its active ingredient, using same units for the product each year. The active ingredients in any pesticide are listed on the label. The list of active ingredients that need to be reported in the pyrethroids class includes: allethrin, bifenthrin, beta-cyfluthrin, bioallethrin, cyfluthrin, cypermethrin, cyphenothrin, deltamethrin, esfenvalerate, etofenprox, fenpropathrin, gamma-cyhalothrin, imiprothrin, lambda-cyhalothrin, metofluthrin, permethrin, phenothrin, prallethrin, resmethrin, sumithrin (d-phenothrin), tau-fluvalinate, tefluthrin, tetramethrin, tralomethrin, cis-permethrin, and zeta-cypermethrin.

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C.9 – Pesticides Toxicity Controls

C.9.c ►Train Municipal Employees

Enter the number of employees that applied or used pesticides (including herbicides) within the scope of their duties this reporting year. Enter the number of these employees who received training on your IPM policy and IPM standard operating procedures within the last 3 years.

11 11

Enter the percentage of municipal employees who apply pesticides who have received training in the IPM policy and IPM standard operating procedures within the last three years.

100

C.9.d ►Require Contractors to Implement IPM

Did your municipality contract with any pesticide service provider in the reporting year?

X

Yes

No

If yes, attach one of the following: X

Contract specifications that require adherence to your IPM policy and standard operating procedures, OR Copy(ies) of the contractors’ IPM certification(s) or equivalent, OR Equivalent documentation.

If Not attached, explain:

C.9.e ►Track and Participate in Relevant Regulatory Processes Summarize participation efforts, information submitted, and how regulatory actions were affected OR reference a regional report that summarizes regional participation efforts, information submitted, and how regulatory actions were affected. Summary: During FY 14-15, we participated in regulatory processes related to pesticides through contributions to the countywide Program, BASMAA and CASQA. For additional information, see the Regional Report submitted by BASMAA on behalf of all MRP Permittees.

C.9.f ►Interface with County Agricultural Commissioners Did your municipal staff observe any improper pesticide usage or evidence of improper usage (e.g., pesticides in storm drain systems, along street curbs, or in receiving waters) during this fiscal year?

Yes

X

No

If yes, provide a summary of improper pesticide usage reported to the County Agricultural Commissioner and follow-up actions taken to correct any violations. A separate report can be attached as your summary.

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C.9 – Pesticides Toxicity Controls

C.9.h.ii ►Public Outreach: Point of Purchase Provide a summary of public outreach at point of purchase, and any measurable awareness and behavior changes resulting from outreach (here or in a separate report); OR reference a report of a regional effort for public outreach in which your agency participates. Summary: See the C.9 Pesticides Toxicity Control section of Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report for information on point of purchase public outreach conducted countywide and regionally.

C.9.h.vi ►Public Outreach: Pest Control Operators Provide a summary of public outreach to pest control operators and landscapers and reduced pesticide use (here or in a separate report); OR reference a report of a regional effort for outreach to pest control operators and landscapers in which your agency participates. Summary: See the C.9 Pesticides Toxicity Control section of Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report for a summary of our participation in and contributions towards countywide and regional public outreach to pest control operators and landscapers to reduce pesticide use.

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C.10 – Trash Load Reduction Section 10 - Provision C.10 Trash Load Reduction

C.10.a.iii ► Minimum Full Trash Capture Provide the following: 1) Total number and types of full capture devices (publicly and privately-owned) installed to-date; 2) Total land area (acres) and land areas within each trash generation category (i.e., very high, high, moderate and low) treated by full capture devices (or other types of devices for non-population based Permittees); and, compare with the total required in the permit. 3) A narrative summary of maintenance activities implemented for each device, group of devices, or device type, including descriptions of typical maintenance frequencies and issues associated with maintaining these devices. Describe, in particular, any devices that have trash or debris overflowed, bypassed or are not functioning properly in any other manner. Describe corrective actions.

Type of Device Connector Pipe Screens/Filters Total for all Types

Acres Treated in FY 14-15 by Trash Generation Category

# of Devices

Low

Moderate

High

Very High

Total

309

390

571

208

4

1,174

309

390

571

208

4

1,174

Required by Permit

216

Maintenance Summary City of San Leandro staff annually inspect and vacuum or clean each full trash capture device; staff logs collected quantities on Excel spreadsheets that are totaled at the end of each year. Damaged or heavily filled units are noted. Damaged units have been replaced.

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C.10 – Trash Load Reduction

C.10.b.iii ► Trash Hot Spot Assessment Provide the volume of material removed during each MRP-required Trash Hot Spot cleanup during each fiscal year, and the dominant types of trash (e.g., glass, plastics, paper) removed and their sources in FY 2014-15 to the extent possible. Also, provide additional information on creek cleanups conducted beyond those required that are claimed as load reductions associated with creek/shoreline cleanups above and beyond events reported in the table below. Trash Hot Spot

FY 14-15 Cleanup Date(s)

Volume of Trash Removed (cubic yards) FY 2010-11

FY 2011-12

FY 2012-13

FY 2013-14

FY 2014-15

Dominant Type(s) of Trash in FY 2014-15

Trash Sources in FY 2014-15 (where possible)

Shoreline Trail – 1 mile stretch south from San Leandro Marina. CSL SFB 2

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6

1.5

4.5

5.25

3.25

Cigarette butts, candy and food wrappers, coffee and drink cups, stirrers

Litter from users, windblown, and tide driven from across the bay. Bulky items are illegally dumped.

Par Course at San Leandro Marina. CSL SFB 1

9/20/14

4

4.5

4.25

2.5

2.0

Cigarette butts, candy and food wrappers, coffee and drink cups, stirrers

Litter from users, windblown, and tide driven from across the bay. Bulky items are illegally dumped.

Long Beach at south-end of San Leandro Recreational Shoreline. CSL SFB 3 & 4

9/20/14

5

11

3

4.25

8.75

Cigarette butts, candy and food wrappers, coffee and drink cups, stirrers

Litter from users, windblown, and tide driven from across the bay. Bulky items are illegally dumped.

Additional Receiving Water Cleanups – If claimed as load reductions described in C.10.d – part C, describe the number and frequency of receiving water cleanups conducted in addition to those reported above. Include locations, cleanup dates, and the total volume of trash removed. Describe the overall plan, if any, associated with these additional cleanups if meant to change the trash condition of certain reaches of creeks or shorelines. There were three San Leandro Creek Clean-Up events conducted at Root Park by the Friends of San Leandro Creek: October 25, 2014, March 28, 2015 and June 13, 2015. The total cubic yards of trash removed from all three events was 15 cubic yards. The total recyclables removed from all three events was 5 cubic yards. The event is monitored by City staff, including a sweep of the area by San Leandro police prior to each event. City staff provides garbage bags and gloves for the events.

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C.10 – Trash Load Reduction

C.10.c ►Long-Term Trash Load Reduction Plan Provide descriptions of significant revisions made to your Long-term Trash Load Reduction Plan submitted to the Water Board in February 2014. Describe significant changes made to primary or secondary trash management areas (TMA), trash generation maps, control measures, or time schedules identified in your plan. Associated TMA

Description of Significant Revision

The City of San Leandro has made no significant changes.

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C.10 – Trash Load Reduction

C.10.d ► PART A - Trash Control Measure Implementation and Assessment (Jurisdictional-wide Actions) Provide a description of each jurisdictional-wide trash control measure implemented to-date. Identify the dominant trash source(s) and dominant type(s) of trash addressed by each control measure. For each jurisdictional-wide measure, identify the trash assessment method(s) used to demonstrate on-going reductions, summarize the results of the assessment(s), and estimate the associated reduction of trash within your jurisdictional area. Control Measure

Single-use Plastic Bag Ordinance or Policy

Expanded Polystyrene Food Service Ware Ordinance or Policy

Public Education and Outreach Programs Targeted at Trash Reduction and Implemented post-MRP Adoption

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Summary Description of Control Measure & Dominant Trash Sources and Types

Assessment Method(s)

The Alameda County Waste Management Authority adopted the Single-Use Bag Ban. As of January 1, 2013, all grocery stores, supermarkets, mini-marts, convenience stores, liquor stores, pharmacies, drug stores or other entities that sell milk, bread, soda and snack foods (all four items) and/or alcohol (Type 20 or21 license) in Alameda County must comply with the SingleUse Bag Ban Ordinance. Affected stores may no longer provide customers with single-use bags at check-out. A copy of the Ordinance is available on the Alameda County Waste Management Authority’s website: http://reusablebagsac.org/ordinancetext.html The City of San Leandro adopted a Polystyrene Foam Food Service Ware Ordinance in October 2011. The Polystyrene Foam Food Service Ware Ordinance became effective on November 1, 2012. Food establishments using polystyrene foam food service ware were issued warning notices after November 1, 2012 for noncompliance. Non-compliance issues have been resolved with all of those businesses. http://www.sanleandro.org/depts/pw/es/takeo ut.asp

See Section C.10 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report.

See the C.10 Jurisdiction-wide Trash Load Reduction section of the Countywide Program’s FY 14/15 Annual Report for a summary of related outreach activities. Specifics are included in the C.7 section of the Countywide Program Annual Report.

See Section C.10 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report.

Summary of Assessment Results To-date

Estimated % Trash Reduced

See Section C.10 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report.

4%

See Section C.10 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report.

See Section C.10 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report.

4%

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See Section C.10 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report.

1%

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C.10 – Trash Load Reduction

C.10.d ► PART B - Trash Control Measure Implementation and Assessment (TMA Specific Actions) Complete the following trash control measure implementation and assessment summary for each primary trash management area (TMA) identified in your Long-term Plan. Include the following information: •

Identify the total jurisdictional area and the % of that area that generated very high (VH), high (H), moderate (M), or low (L) levels of trash in 2009, as depicted on trash generation maps;



Provide the area currently treated by full capture devices, the quantity and type of devices installed to-date, and the % and acres of jurisdictional area in very high (VH), high (H), moderate (M), and low (L) generation categories that are currently treated by full capture devices in the TMA;



Provide the acres of jurisdictional area in very high (VH), high (H), moderate (M), and low (L) generation categories in areas associated with actions other than full capture devices in the TMA;



Provide the acres in VH, H, M or L generation categories after accounting for reduction associated with control measures other than full capture devices;



Identify the dominant trash source(s) and dominant type(s) of trash addressed or to-be addressed in the TMA;



Summarize control measures other than full capture devices implemented to-date, distinguishing between implementation that began pre- and post-MRP effective date. If not implemented in the entire TMA, describe generation category targeted and % of TMA addressed;



Describe the methods used to evaluate the effectiveness of control measures other than full capture devices, and any assessment results to-date. If the method was not implemented in the entire TMA, describe generation category targeted and %of TMA addressed.



Provide the acres in VH, H, M or L generation categories after accounting for reductions associated with ALL control measures (i.e., full capture and other actions) implemented to-date in the TMA





Provide an estimate of the % of trash reduced in the TMA as a result of ALL control measures implemented to-date in the TMA. using the following formula: % Reduction = 100 [(12AVH(2009) + 4AH(2009) + AM(2009) ) - (12AVH + 4AH + AM)]/(12AVH2009 + 4AH2009 + AM2009) where: AVH(2009) AH(2009) AM(2009) AVH AH AM 12 4 100

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= = = = = = = = =

total amount of the 2009 very high trash generation category in jurisdictional area total amount of the 2009 high trash generation category in jurisdictional area total amount of the 2009 moderate trash generation category in jurisdictional area total amount of very high trash generation category in jurisdictional area in the reporting year total amount of high trash generation category in jurisdictional area in the reporting year total amount of moderate trash generation category in jurisdictional area in the reporting year Very High to Moderate weighing ratio High to Moderate weighing ratio fraction to percentage conversion factor

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C.10.d ► PART B - Trash Control Measure Implementation and Assessment (TMA Specific Actions) TMA Area (Acres)

TMA ID

Full Capture Devices

1

952

Dominant Sources

Vehicles, pedestrian litter, garbage pickup

Area Treated by Full Trash Capture Devices (Acres) 951

Convenience wrappers, food containers, cigarettes, recyclables, household items

Quantity and Type of Full Trash Capture Devices

This TMA has 242 Connector Pipe Screens/Filters

Summary Description of Other Actions Implemented in the TMA Since MRP Adoption Actions other than Full Capture Devices

Area (Acres) in Each Trash Generation Category

Dominant Types

Assessment Methods for Control Measures Other than Full Capture Devices

VH

H

M

L

Baseline Generation Areas (2009)

4

184

444

320

Area Treated by Full Capture Devices

4

184

443

320

Area Not Treated by Full Capture Devices

1

Area after Accounting for Other Actions (based on assessment results)

1

Summary of Assessment Results No assessments were conducted in this TMA.

Area After Taking into Account Full Capture Devices AND Other Actions Estimated % Trash Reduction in this TMA

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0

0

1

951

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C.10.d ► PART B - Trash Control Measure Implementation and Assessment (TMA Specific Actions) TMA Area (Acres)

TMA ID

Full Capture Devices

2

675

Area Treated by Full Trash Capture Devices (Acres) 17

Dominant Sources

VH

H

M

L

Baseline Generation Areas (2009)

41

300

297

37

Area Treated by Full Capture Devices

0

13

4

1

Area Not Treated by Full Capture Devices

41

287

293

36

Area after Accounting for Other Actions (based on assessment results)

31

225

223

196

Area After Taking into Account Full Capture Devices AND Other Actions

31

212

219

213

Retail food establishments, Convenience wrappers, food containers, convenience stores, multi-housing cigarettes, recyclables, household items units Quantity and Type of Full Trash Capture Devices

This TMA has 27 Connector Pipe Screens/Filters.

Summary Description of Other Actions Implemented in the TMA Since MRP Adoption Actions other than Full Capture Devices

Area (Acres) in Each Trash Generation Category

Dominant Types

City of San Leandro has actively sought partners in cleaning trash from various areas in the City. There have been three volunteer-led events along the creek/root park in this TMA, resulting in approximately 3,500 gallons of trash removed from this TMA or 25% of the total generated in this area. City staff conducts weekly garbage hauler route audits and reports full litter cans and litter spills.

Assessment Methods for Control Measures Other than Full Capture Devices Volunteers sign in prior to event and are provided implements and bags. City staff visually assesses physical trash volume, take photos.

Summary of Assessment Results A reduction of the total generated trash from this area.

Estimated % Trash Reduction in this TMA

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C.10.d ► PART B - Trash Control Measure Implementation and Assessment (TMA Specific Actions) TMA Area (Acres)

TMA ID

Full Capture Devices

3

1,908

Dominant Sources

114

VH

H

M

L

Baseline Generation Areas (2009)

1

70

1598

240

Area Treated by Full Capture Devices

0

11

101

2

Area Not Treated by Full Capture Devices

1

59

1497

238

Area after Accounting for Other Actions (based on assessment results)

1

59

1497

238

Area After Taking into Account Full Capture Devices AND Other Actions

1

59

1497

352

Some retail food establishments, convenience stores, commercial shipping debris and illegal dumping

Area Treated by Full Trash Capture Devices (Acres)

Food packaging, commercial packaging

Quantity and Type of Full Trash Capture Devices

This TMA has 28 Connector Pipe Screens/Filters.

Summary Description of Other Actions Implemented in the TMA Since MRP Adoption Actions other than Full Capture Devices

Area (Acres) in Each Trash Generation Category

Dominant Types

City of San Leandro has actively sought partners in cleaning trash from various areas in the City. There have been two on-land volunteer-led trash pick-up events in this TMA, This netted 1,275 gallons of trash or 7% of the total generated in this area.

Assessment Methods for Control Measures Other than Full Capture Devices Volunteers sign in prior to event and are provided implements and bags. City staff visually assesses physical trash volume, take photos.

Summary of Assessment Results No reductions taken in this TMA.

Estimated % Trash Reduction in this TMA

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C.10.d ► PART B - Trash Control Measure Implementation and Assessment (TMA Specific Actions) TMA Area (Acres)

TMA ID

Full Capture Devices

4

4194

Dominant Sources

92

VH

H

M

L

Baseline Generation Areas (2009)

31

237

1706

2219

Area Treated by Full Capture Devices

0

1

23

68

Area Not Treated by Full Capture Devices

31

236

1684

2151

Area after Accounting for Other Actions (based on assessment results)

31

236

1684

2151

Area After Taking into Account Full Capture Devices AND Other Actions

31

236

1684

2243

Some retail food establishments, convenience stores, mostly residential litter.

Area Treated by Full Trash Capture Devices (Acres)

Convenience wrappers/food containers, cigarettes, recyclables, household items

Quantity and Type of Full Trash Capture Devices

This TMA has 12 Connector Pipe Screens/Filters.

Summary Description of Other Actions Implemented in the TMA Since MRP Adoption Actions other than Full Capture Devices

Area (Acres) in Each Trash Generation Category

Dominant Types

City staff conducts weekly garbage hauler route audits and reports full litter cans and litter spills.

Assessment Methods for Control Measures Other than Full Capture Devices No other control measures.

Summary of Assessment Results No assessments were conducted in this TMA.

Estimated % Trash Reduction in this TMA

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C.10 – Trash Load Reduction

C.10.d ► PART C – Estimated Overall Trash Load Reduction For Population-based Permittees, provide an estimate of the overall trash reduction percentage achieved to-date within the jurisdictional area of your municipality that generates problematic trash levels (i.e., Very High, High or Moderate trash generation). Base the estimate on the information presented in C.10.d – Parts A and B and receiving water cleanups not reported in C.10.b.iii.

Discussion of Trash Reduction Estimate (including Receiving Water Cleanups):

Estimated % Trash Reduction due to Jurisdictional-wide Actions (as Reported in C.10.d – Part A)

9%

Estimated % Trash Reduction in All TMAs due to Trash Full Capture Devices (as Reported in C.10.d. – Part B)

18%

Estimated % Trash Reduction in all TMAs due to Control Measures Other than Trash Full Capture Devices in All TMAs) (as Reported in C.10.d. – Part B)

3%

SubTotal for Above Actions Estimated % Trash Reduction due to Receiving Water Cleanups (All TMAs) Total Estimated % Trash Reduction FY 14-15

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C.11 – Mercury Controls Section 11 - Provision C.11 Mercury Controls

C.11.a.i ►Mercury Recycling Efforts List below or attach lists of efforts to promote, facilitate, and/or participate in collection and recycling of mercury containing devices and equipment at the consumer level (e.g., thermometers, thermostats, switches, bulbs). See Section C.11 of the ACCWP FY 14-15 Annual Report for a summary of countywide recycling efforts. The City of San Leandro encourages mercury recycling by promoting various recycling opportunities to consumers. The City regularly promotes the county Household Hazardous Waste Facilities as drop-off locations for mercury-containing devices such as thermostats and thermometers. HHW schedules are distributed to consumers at City facilities, at City events and are periodically sent to homeowners groups, individual homeowners and other interested parties. The county (i.e. StopWaste.org) is also promoting a CFL take back program in conjunction with PG&E. The “Bring ‘Em Back” campaign is also promoted at City facilities and City events. Consumers are encouraged to take their CFL’s back to Orchard Supply Hardware in San Leandro or a number of other locations throughout the county. In addition to promoting the countywide efforts, the City hosts several annual events to recover mercury containing thermometers, thermostats, and fluorescent lights. On Saturday, April 4, 2015 the City coordinated with the Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste in a first-ever HHW collection event at the City’s corporation yard. While we were not provided statistics from the county, approximately 500 residents participated in the event and some dropped off mercury-containing devices and fluorescent lights.

C.11.a.ii ►Mercury Collection Provide an estimate of the mass of mercury collected through these efforts, or provide a reference to a report containing this estimate. Please refer to the FY 14-15 Countywide Program Annual Report for an estimate of the mass of mercury collected through collection and recycling efforts in the Countywide Program area. Mercury Containing Device/Equipment 4,560

Estimated Mass of Mercury Collected 0.009462

1,060

0.00477

3

0.012

Thermostats (lbs)

-

Thermometers (each)

29

0.01769

Switches (lbs)

-

Fluorescent Lamps CFLs

63

62

(linear feet)

(each)

Thermostats

64

(each)

Total Amount of Devices Collected

0.043922

Total Mass of Mercury Collected During FY 2014-2015: 62

Only linear fluorescent lamps should be included

63

Only compact fluorescent lamps should be included Thermostats can be reported by quantity or by pounds. Whichever unit is used, please avoid double-counting.

64

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C.11 – Mercury Controls

C.11.b ►Monitor Methylmercury C.11.c ►Pilot Projects to Investigate and Abate Mercury Sources in Drainages C.11.d ►Pilot Projects to Evaluate and Enhance Municipal Sediment Removal and Management Practices C.11.e ►Conduct Pilot Projects to Evaluate On-Site Stormwater Treatment via Retrofit C.11.f ►Diversion of Dry Weather and First Flush Flows to POTWs C.11.g ►Monitor Stormwater Mercury Pollutant Loads and Loads Reduced C.11.h ►Fate and Transport Study of Mercury In Urban Runoff C.11.i ►Development of a Risk Reduction Program Implemented Throughout the Region C.11.j ►Develop Allocation Sharing Scheme with Caltrans State below if information is reported in a separate regional report. Municipalities that participate directly in regional activities to can provide descriptions below. Summary A summary of countywide Program and regional accomplishments for these sub-provisions are included within the C.11 Mercury Controls section of Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report, Integrated Monitoring Report.

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C.12 – PCB Controls Section 12 - Provision C.12 PCBs Controls

C.12.a.ii,iii ►Ongoing Training (For FY 10-11 Annual Report and Each Annual Report Thereafter) List below or attach description of ongoing training development and inspections for PCB identification, including documentation and referral to appropriate regulatory agencies (e.g. county health departments, Department of Toxic Substances Control, California Department of Public Health, and the Water Board) as necessary. Description: See the FY 14-15 Program Annual Report for a description of training conducted by the Program.

C.12.b ►Conduct Pilot Projects to Evaluate Managing PCBContaining Materials and Wastes during Building Demolition and Renovation Activities C.12.c ►Pilot Projects to Investigate and Abate On-land Locations with Elevated PCB Concentrations C.12.d ►Conduct Pilot Projects to Evaluate and Enhance Municipal Sediment Removal and Management Practices C.12.e ►Conduct Pilot Projects to Evaluate On-Site Stormwater Treatment via Retrofit C.12.f ►Diversion of Dry Weather and First Flush Flows to POTWs C.12.g ►Monitor Stormwater PCB Pollutant Loads and Loads Reduced C.12.h ►Fate and Transport Study of PCBs In Urban Runoff C.12.i ►Development of a Risk Reduction Program Implemented Throughout the Region State below if information is reported in a separate regional report. Municipalities that participate directly in regional activities can provide descriptions below. Summary A summary of countywide Program and regional accomplishments for these sub-provisions are included within the C.12 PCB Controls section of Program’s FY 14-15 Annual Report, Integrated Monitoring Report.

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C.13 – Copper Controls Section 13 - Provision C.13 Copper Controls

C.13.a.iii.(2) ►Training, Permitting and Enforcement Activities (FY 11-12 Annual Report and each Annual Report thereafter) Provide summaries of activities implemented to manage waste generated from cleaning and treating of copper architectural features, including copper roofs, during construction and post-construction including. :

• • • •

Development of BMPs on how to manage the water during and post construction Requiring the use of appropriate BMPs when issuing building permits Educating installers and operators on appropriate BMPs Enforcement actions taken again noncompliance

Although architectural copper is allowed, it is not commonly used or proposed for use in projects in San Leandro. Staff has been trained regarding the BMPs and is instructed to provide the booklet to permit applicants if they propose architectural copper in their projects. No enforcement actions have been necessary.

C.13.c ►Vehicle Brake Pads The Permittees shall engage in efforts to reduce the copper discharged from automobile brake pads to surface waters via urban runoff. Summary See the FY 14-15 Program Annual Report for a description of activities conducted by the Program and BASMAA.

C.13.d.iii ►Industrial Sources Copper Reduction Results Based upon inspection activities conducted under Provision C.4, highlight copper reduction results achieved among the facilities identified as potential users or sources of copper, facilities inspected, and BMPs addressed. Summary The potential copper sources identified from the C.4 Facilities list include automotive repair facilities, transportation facilities with fleet maintenance, radiator repair facilities, auto dismantlers, metal finishers and scrap metal recyclers. There are currently no plating facilities, copper forming facilities or copper supply facilities with hot spots of outdoor storage in quantity. Of the current facility types all are identified for stormwater inspection and evaluation of implementation of appropriate BMPs. Three of the categories present are mandatory Industrial General Permit NOI and are required to implement full SWPP plans and conduct monitoring. Review of the Metal recycling facilities monitoring data during inspections shows copper not to be a POC to date. General automotive facilities have been provided with BMPs specific to their industry. All

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C.13 – Copper Controls

brake work must be completed indoors. Metal turnings are required to be controlled, collected and recycled or it becomes a hazardous waste. Improper handling or disposal is punishable under CA hazardous waste codes. Current stormwater inspection criteria include review of potential copper contributing industries and processes and implementation of BMPs to reduce sources of pollutants of concern including copper.

C.13.e. Studies to Reduce Copper Pollutant Impact Uncertainties The Permittees shall conduct or cause to be conducted technical studies to investigate possible copper sediment toxicity and technical studies to investigate sub-lethal effects on salmonids. Summary See the FY 14-15 Program Annual Report for a description of activities conducted by the Program and BASMAA.

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C.14 PBDE, Legacy Pesticides and Selenium Controls

Section 14 - Provision C.14 PBDE, Legacy Pesticides and Selenium Controls Note: There are no reporting requirements in the FY 14-15 Annual Report for Section C.14.

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C.15 – Exempted and Conditionally Exempted Discharges

Section 15 -Provision C.15 Exempted and Conditionally Exempted Discharges

C.15.b.iii.(1), C.15.b.iii.(2) ► Planned and Unplanned Discharges of Potable Water Yes

Is your agency a water purveyor?

No

X

If No, skip to C.15.b.vi.(2): If Yes, Complete the attached reporting tables or attach your own table with the same information. Provide any clarifying comments below. Comments:

C.15.b.vi.(2) ► Irrigation Water, Landscape Irrigation, and Lawn or Garden Watering Provide implementation summaries of the required BMPs to promote measures that minimize runoff and pollutant loading from excess irrigation. Generally the categories are:

• • • • •

Promote conservation programs Promote outreach for less toxic pest control and landscape management Promote use of drought tolerant and native vegetation Promote outreach messages to encourage appropriate watering/irrigation practices Implement Illicit Discharge Enforcement Response Plan for ongoing, large volume landscape irrigation runoff.

Summary: A summary of the Countywide Program’s effort to promote the use of less-toxic pest management and the use of drought tolerant and native vegetation is included with the C.7 Public Information and Outreach section of the countywide Program’s FY14-15 Annual Report. The City continues to promote conservation, integrated pest management, and native species preference to the residential audience through participation in the regional Our Water/Our World, Bringing Back the natives and Healthy Homes and Gardens programs. In addition, the regionally developed outreach materials are distributed at farmers markets and other events. Outreach to the Commercial and Development target audience is accomplished mainly through the Community Development Department planners as part of the requirements for frontage site landscaping on new or modified parcels. In addition, Engineering review of C3H structural vegetated treatment controls provides the opportunity to further incorporate appropriate measures into site development. Overly excess irrigation from what appears to be a properly functioning system is referred to the EBMUD Water Conservation Department for follow-up through their conservation program. Sites found through the ID screening program or during maintenance activities with broken or malfunctioning landscape irrigation systems are identified and addressed as part of the C.5 Illicit Discharge component. Flushing and disinfection discharges from potable water main installations by the area water purveyor and private fire mains are being taken into the sanitary sewer system rather than attempting to apply BMPs for storm system discharge within the City’s sewers.

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C.15 – Exempted and Conditionally Exempted Discharges

In addition, in response to drought regulations, the City implemented the following conservation measures (Note – not all measures were implemented at every location): - Reclaimed water from the Water Pollution Control Plant is used for 95% of the golf course’s irrigation needs · Lawns on City properties/parks/ball fields are mowed at a longer length, to help soil retain moisture · Parks and medians are irrigated during evening/night hours to decrease the effects of evapotranspiration · Pressure on sprinkler heads are reduced, minimizing 'misting’ effect and associated run-off · ‘Smart’ irrigation clocks installed at City parks · Changed out annuals/lawn areas to Bay Friendly plantings - Continue to maintain pumps and other mechanical equipment related to City parks that utilize well water for irrigation · Although City fountains use recirculated water, all City fountains were shut off to save water that would otherwise evaporate - All drought conservation requirements for residents and businesses were posted on the City website

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C.15.b.iii.(1) ►Planned Discharges of the Potable Water System Site/ Location

Discharge Type

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Duration of Discharge (military time)

Estimated Volume (gallons)

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Discharge 65 Turbidity (NTU)

Implemented BMPs & Corrective Actions

65

Monitor the receiving water for turbidity if necessary and feasible. Include data in this column if available.

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C.15.b.iii.(2) ►Unplanned Discharges of the Potable Water System

Site/ Location

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Date of Discharge

66

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Estimated Volume (gallons)

Estimated Flow Rate (gallons/day)

Chlorine Residual 67 (mg/L)

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Implemented BMPs & Corrective Actions

Time of discharge discovery

Regulatory Agency Notification 68 Time

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66

This table contains all of the unplanned discharges that occurred in this FY. Monitoring data is only required for 10% of the unplanned discharges. If you monitored more than 10% of your unplanned discharges, report all of the data collected. 68 . Notification to Water Board staff is required for unplanned discharges where the chlorine residual is >0.05 mg/L and total volume is ≥ 50,000 gallons. Notification to State Office of Emergency Services is required after becoming aware of aquatic impacts as a result of unplanned discharge or when the discharge might endanger or compromise public health and safety. 67

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Attachment C.5.c.iii Spill Response Call Lists

Employee Home listings are confidential and not subject to public disclosure. Information is being submitted as required by the MRP to state and federal regulatory agencies.

City of San Leandro Spill/Dumping and Illicit Discharge Response Flow Chart

Mon-Fri 8-5 Environmental Services 577-3401 or John Camp 421-2065 After hours/weekends John Camp 421-2065 AND PWSC Emergency Call List

HAZMAT

Hazardous Material or Sanitary Sewer

Mon-Fri 7-3:30 WPCP 577-3434 or Rick Orta 510-274-8649 After hours/ weekends WPCP 577-3459 AND Collections Emergency Call List

SEWAGE

Spill/Dumping?

Did spill reach Storm Drain?

yes

ALCO FIRE HAZMAT Dispatch 925-447-4257

Did spill reach storm drain?

For spills imminently and substantially endangering human health Call 911

no

yes

Small containers of identifiable hazmat PWSC Street Supv. 577-3405 or 421-2072

no

Dean Wilson 421-1995 Rick Orta 510-274-8649

Follow State and local regulatory notification and reporting requirements

Large containers / drums/ unidentifiable hazmat ALCO FIRE HAZMAT Dispatch 925-447-4257 ES will determine if notification to Cal EMA Is required.

Did spill reach drainage channel or receiving waters?

yes

Cal EMA 800-852-7550 916-845-8911

US Coast Guard 415-399-3547 Hazmat Only SF RWQCB Sewer Overflows 622.2300 All other 510-622-2300

yes

Call the National Response Center 800-424-8802

Did spill reach drainage channel or receiving waters?

no

No

Does spill exceed Federal Reportable Quantities in 40CFR 302.4?

yes

ALCO Envt Health 510-567-6888 After hours 925-422-7598

CA Dept. of Fish & Game 916-445-0380 or 916-445-0045

WPCP Crew to clean and abate. Follow State and local regulatory notification and reporting requirements.

SEWER / STORM WATER EMERGENCY CALL-OUT PROCEDURES AND STANDBY/CALLOUT SCHEDULE In all cases, make contact with a Collections crew or WPCD staff member, Do Not Leave A Message. M-F 7:00-3:30 Ext. 3434 After hours/weekends: Call the collections crew staff member on duty that day, as listed in the Call-Out/Standby calender below. Collections crew responds to events such as; plugged sewage lines; sewage spills; storm water blockages; water leaks of unknown origin; missing or offset manholes and other WPCD issues.

STANDBY/CALL OUT SCHEDULE SANITARY SEWERS AND STORM WATER INLETS AUGUST 2015 SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY Emergency List

Frank Lemmo

1

starting 08/01/15

Cell: 421-2330 Phone: (209) 566-5129 Sanitary Sewers 1 Rich W eaver

Frank Lemmo

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Cell: 421-2330

Rich Weaver

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Cell: 421-2124

Phone: (209) 566-5129 Phone: (925) 249-1702

Rich Weaver

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Rich Weaver

5

Rich Weaver

6

Rich Weaver

7

Rich Weaver

8

2 Armando Garcia

Cell: 421-2124

Cell: 421-2124

Cell: 421-2124

Cell: 421-2124

Cell: 421-2124

3 Joel Ramos

Phone: (925) 249-1702

Phone: (925) 249-1702

Phone: (925) 249-1702

Phone: (925) 249-1702

Phone: (925) 249-1702

4 Dave O'Donnell 5 Frank Lemmo 6 Luis Mendoza

Rich Weaver

9

Cell: 421-2124

Joel Ramos

10

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

Phone: (925) 249-1702

Joel Ramos

11

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

Joel Ramos

12

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

Joel Ramos

13

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

Joel Ramos

14

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

Joel Ramos

15

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

After Hours WPCP 577-3459 (let it ring until answered)

Joel Ramos

16 Armando Garcia 17 Armando Garcia 18 Armando Garcia 19 Armando Garcia 20 Armando Garcia 21 Armando Garcia 22

Cell: 421-2122 Phone: (510) 895-9728

Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

WPCP Manager Dean Wilson 421-1995 OR

Armando Garcia

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Cell: 421-2146 phone: (925) 462-1595

Luis Mendoza

24

Cell: 856-7297

Luis Mendoza Cell: 856-7297

25

Luis Mendoza Cell: 856-7297

26

Luis Mendoza Cell: 856-7297

27

Luis Mendoza Cell: 856-7297

28

Luis Mendoza

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650-592-7293

Cell: 856-7297 Str eet Su p er vis o r

Rick Orta 274-8649

Luis Mendoza Cell: 856-7297

30 Dave O'Donnell 31 Cell: 750-7959

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY CALL-OUT LIST September 2015 Trees / Parks / Graffiti & Vandalism / Debris Spills:

Traffic Signals / Street Lights / Traffic Signs / Pot & Sink Holes:

M—F 7:00 A.M.—3:30 P.M. Ext. 3440 / Message Line Ext. 3400

M—F 7:00 A.M.—3:30 P.M. Ext. 3440 / Message Line Ext. 3400

On Standby Aug. 31 – Sept. 6: Greg Shiflett: 828-3727 or 582-0623

On Standby Aug. 31 – Sept. 6: Steve Lombardi: 421-2134 or 925-979-0225

On Standby Sept. 7 – Sept. 13: Jorge Carvalho: 557-1139

On Standby Sept. 7 – Sept. 13: Dave Perry: 828-0170 or 582-2799

On Standby Sept. 14 – Sept. 20: Don O’Connor: 612-7030 On Standby Sept. 21 – Sept. 27: Nate Clemens: 925-876-1179 On Standby Sept. 28 – Oct. 4: Winston McKee: 421-3014

Street Supervisor: Don O’Connor: 612-7030 Park Supervisor: Winston McKee: 421-3014

On Standby Sept. 14 – Sept. 20: Patrick Grajeda: 421-2175 or 366-5435 On Standby Sept. 21 – Sept. 27: Zack Rossiter: 407-2630 or 590-0612 On Standby Sept. 28 – Oct. 4: Frank Rivera: 421-2135 or 408-728-3369

Traffic Supervisor: Steve Lombardi: 925-979-0225

Leave a message for the employee designated for weekly Standby if there is no immediate answer. You may also call the supervisors in charge of standby. **NOTE: Please use the Water Pollution Control Plant Calendar for Sewer/Storm Water Emergency contact information and procedures. (Sent separately). All current Emergency Call-out documents are saved at: H:\PW Spill Call Lists_PD

ADDITIONAL DEPARTMENT CONTACTS VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT Ext. 3447 M—F 6:30 A.M.—3:00 P.M. 1. Brad Scarlett 825-1676 2. Carlos Farias 677-1983 3. Andy Wright 925-784-9005 (Supervisor)

ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS— Ext. 6029 HAZMAT M—F 8:30 A.M.—5:00 P.M. 357-3417 1. John Camp (Supervisor) 343-4851 2. Dave Denis 301-7515 3. Tiffany Treece 813-1540 4. Lisa Maffei

FACILITIES MAINTENANCE Ext. 6014 M—F 6:30 A.M.—3:00 P.M. 1. Larry Ornellas 894-2589 2. Gary Sclafani 299-3336 3. Frank Cabrera 755-6612 4. Robert Sullivan 925-963-5098 5. Chris Heinl 925-240-0835 6. Adam Benigno 786-7231 7. Glen Contreras 421-2066 (Supervisor) M—F 2:00 P.M.—10:30 P.M. Larry Ornellas 421-2116

MARINA HARBOR/SHORELINE Ext. 3488 M—F 8:00 A.M.—4:00 P.M. Sat 9:00 A.M.—3:30 P.M. 1. Delmarie Snodgrass (Supervisor)

421-2109

EMERGENCY CALL-OUT PROCEDURES For Public Works Administrative Staff

If the issue requires immediate attention, make sure that you speak with someone in person. Contact the supervisor, and leave a message if necessary, if you cannot reach anyone on the list. If the issue requires immediate response from a local utility, use the following contacts: Water Breaks or Hydrant Problems: East Bay MUD at 510-287-0600 Electrical Wires Down, Outages, or Gas Leaks: PG&E at 1-800-743-5000 *Notify the Traffic Maintenance Division if it involves street lights or traffic signals. Cable Wires Down (large, black wires, typically closer to the ground): Comcast at 1-800-945-2288 For major incidents, such as: large spills, media attention, etc. Call the Public Works Director—Debbie Pollart—at 510-290-3990 For sanitary sewer overflows: Water Pollution Control—Dean Wilson at 510-421-1995 For hazardous material spills: Environmental Svcs—510-577-3401 or John Camp at 510-421-2065

Attachment C.3.e.vi ► Special Projects Reporting LID Narrative for Marea Alta 1.

Feasibility/Infeasibility of Onsite Infiltration, Evapotranspiration, and Harvesting/Use The Countywide Program’s Stormwater Requirements Checklist was completed for the project. The results of this analysis showed that it was infeasible to treat the C.3.d amount of runoff with infiltration or harvesting and use.

2.

Feasibility/Infeasibility of Onsite LID Treatment The project site was reviewed with regard to the feasibility and infeasibility of LID onsite treatment. The results of this review showed that it was feasible to treat 100% of the C.3.d amount of runoff with LID treatment. The findings of this review are presented below. a. On-site Drainage Conditions. The site previously used as surfaced parking lot, was very flat and the site drained into an on-site storm drain system. The drainage management areas defined for the new construction were based on the locations of downspouts, site paving, and landscape areas. b. Self-treating and Self-Retaining Areas and LID Treatment Measures. Pervious pavers are proposed for use along the northern edge of the new building, and affect the DMA’s in that area. c. Maximizing Flow to LID Features and Facilities. Roof downspouts and surface paving are being directed to drain into treatment facilities via overland flow, or bubble-up inlets. d. Constraints to Providing On-site LID. The drainage management areas that are proposed to drain to tree-box type high flow rate biofilters and/or vault-based high flow rate media filters include some areas that are not covered by buildings. Areas of the site that drain into tree well filters which are outside of the building footprint include pedestrian walkways and landscaped areas. In these areas, conditions and technical constraints are present that preclude the use of LID features and facilities, as described below. i. Impervious paved areas: The impervious areas draining to the tree well filters are pedestrian walkways and stairways. These small areas drain into the tree well due to being adjacent to the tree well filters and that their location along the south side of the building has limited space, the majority of which had to be used for bioretention areas to treat other building roof area. ii. Landscaped areas: • Inadequate size to accommodate biotreatment facilities that meet sizing requirements for the tributary area. • Conflict with subsurface utilities; • Other conflicts, including required uses that preclude use for stormwater treatment, in this case, avoiding construction activities in the immediate vicinity of several mature trees that are to remain. Feasibility/Infeasibility of Off-Site LID Treatment. The possibility of providing off-site LID treatment was found to be infeasible for the following reasons. i. The project proponent does not own or control lands within the same water shed.

3.

Attachment C.9.d Integrated Pest Management Contract Specifications The City of San Leandro seeks to control pests without harming non-target organisms, or negatively affecting air and water quality and public health. The Contractor shall give preference to reasonably available nonpesticide alternatives when conducting pest management activities on City property and public right-of-ways. Chemical controls should only be applied when monitoring indicates that preventative and non-chemical methods are not keeping pests below acceptable levels. When pesticides are required, the least toxic and the least persistent pesticide that will provide adequate pest control is applied. Pesticides should not be applied on a prescheduled basis. The Contractor may employ Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices when controlling pests. IPM uses cultural, mechanical, physical, and biological control methods before using pesticides. The Contractor shall comply with the City’s IPM policy as part of the implementation of this agreement.

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