Information: NOTE: you have arrived at a step in the Design Sequence flow Chart. This flow chart is used to determine your performance goal. For more information see this link
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For more information on the Design Sequence Flow Chart see the following:
*Flexible treatment options
*MIDS flow chart
*List of steps in flow chart
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Map illustrating location of Drinking Water Supply Management Areas (DWSMAs) in Minnesota.
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This is an example showing where you are in the flow chart


QUESTION:

Is the site located in a DWSMA (Drinking Water Supply Management Area), wellhead protection area, or within 200 feet of a drinking water well?

Yes

No

PREVIOUS QUESTION and ANSWER:

  • Are there zoning and land use requirements that make the Performance Goal not feasible?
    • Answer: No

or

  • Is BMP relocation feasible?
    • Answer: Yes

Discussion

A drinking water supply management area (DWSMA) is the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) approved surface and subsurface area surrounding a public water supply well that completely contains the scientifically calculated wellhead protection area and is managed by the entity identified in a wellhead protection plan. The boundaries of the drinking water supply management area are delineated by identifiable physical features, landmarks or political and administrative boundaries.

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