Want to learn more about the Stormwater Education Program?
Check out the Stormwater Education Programs other resources on our Facebook Page, BLOG and YouTube channel!
(NOTE: you do not have to be a member/or have an account with Facebook, Youtube or our Blog to view the pictures, videos and stories... our pages are open to the public and free to view.)
Examples of pollutants that threaten our waterways are fertilizers and pesticides, soaps and detergents, vehicle fluids (motor oil, gasoline, anti-freeze, fuels), paints, solvents, pet waste left on the ground, grease, sewage, trash and debris.
You can pick up a box of 25 or we will mail you just one for the storm drain on your street!
Groups or individuals may volunteer to place colorful blue and green decals on local storm drains as a reminder that whatever goes into a storm drain comes out in a stream.
No experience necessary! Supplies (as shown in photo) and directions are provided. You may apply as many or as few decals as you want.
If you like to do just one drain marker with your younger kids. Just shoot us an email and we can mail you the marker with adhesive pad.
Please contact the Public Works Stormwater Educator, Mike Heimos, at 817-6447 if you would like to volunteer.