Stormwater Pollution

Stormwater pollution refers to the contamination of natural water bodies, such as rivers, lakes, streams, and oceans, as a result of rainwater or snowmelt runoff that carries various pollutants from urban, industrial, agricultural, and other developed areas. Unlike sanitary wastewater, which is treated at sewage treatment plants, stormwater typically flows directly into water bodies without treatment, which can lead to adverse environmental and public health effects. 

If pollutants are currently being intentionally or situationally being released into the drain call dispatch at
If you know of pollutants being released but did not witness it, complete a code enforcement complaint form.

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