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Stormwater

Stormwater is snow melt or rain that does not percolate into the ground, but instead, runs off the surface of the ground into stormdrainwater bodies. Stormwater may carry metals, automobile fluids, bacteria, chemicals animal waste, pesticides, salts, or other harmful substances into bodies of water. Adverse impacts include contaminated drinking water, decreased biodiversity, flooding, soil erosion, and bacteria transport. To prevent stormwater runoff, minimize the use of lawn chemicals; wash your car on the grass; clean up after your pet; and repair oil leaks.

Contact the District for more information on stormwater, green infrastructure, assistance, and educational presentations.

Publications

Board of Directors Meetings

First Tuesday of every month.
9:30 AM at the District office in Lake Pleasant.
The public is welcome to attend.

The District’s accomplishments would not be possible without the support of the State of New York, Hamilton County, and FLLOWPA.