Protect Your Drains

Oct 20, 2023See All Posts


Yard Waste

Do not use a leaf blower to blow leaves into the storm drain or into channels and creeks. This not only clogs the storm drainage system and channels, but also ultimately pollutes creeks, rivers and lakes, because everything in our storm drain system flows downstream.

Prevent Flooding

When storm drains become clogged with debris, they can no longer collect water, which can cause severe damage to your property. If water accumulates around your house, thousands of dollars worth of damage can occur.

Do Your Part. One Drop at a time.

Improper residential yard waste management can lead to increased maintenance needs and financial burdens on taxpayers. When yard waste, such as leaves, grass clippings, and tree branches, is not managed responsibly, it can clog storm drains and sewage systems.


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