Education & Outreach
SEMSWA staff are involved with numerous and varied outreach activities that strengthen the connection between people and their watershed,
whether it’s a capital project being constructed in the creek adjacent to a property, a water quality education effort in an attempt to change impactful behaviors, or an appeal to be aware about the flooding potential of a creek and encourage floodplain insurance.
The goal is to foster partnerships between SEMSWA and residents and businesses with the purpose of managing storm event runoff as a natural resource benefit rather than a nuisance or harmful event. 2012 outreach events reached over 100,000 citizens via a combination of public meetings, booths, mailings, newsletters, and HOA/volunteer events.
Most Popular Pages
For Park, Metro Dist. & HOA Maint.
Information For Businesses
- GESC Considerations for Pipe Relining Operations
- GESC Considerations for Minor Right of Way/Streetscape Construction
- GESC Considerations for Minor Commercial Construction
- Annual Bore Utility Permits
- Land Development Review Process Explained
- Am I in the Floodplain?
- Working in the Floodplain
- Maintaining your pond or other stormwater feature
- Grant Program
- Pollution Prevention