Front Range residents can take simple steps to reduce pollution of our waterways and storm drain system.
Our day-to-day activities have the potential to negatively impact water quality. Leaking automotive fluids, leaves and grass clippings from our yards, pet waste allowed onto the ground, and cigarette butts tossed outside are just a few of the types of pollution we want to avoid.
Take action to help eliminate stormwater pollution in your local waterways (Thanks to the Keep it Clean Partnership for the photos!):
SEMSWA Outreach Programs
SEMSWA strives to increase awareness of water quality issues in part by conducting outreach events and programs, as described in the links below:
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