Northeast Wisconsin residents rely on clean water for recreation, business and health. Area wildlife depends on clean water for
habitat and food.


Stormwater is rain or snow-melt and water from things people do, like overwatering the lawn or washing the car on the driveway. This water runs off our properties, into the street and down the storm drain - picking up pollutants on it's way.

Once it reaches the storm drain the water and the pollutants it carries is discharged into local waterways. 
The good news is that urban runoff pollution is preventable! 

Working together and changing a few habits will have a positive benefit to local waters, our health, our families and our community.

Ready to make a difference?



Thinking about a rain barrel?

Bring our flyer for a discount at area retailers! 

Properly dispose of household hazardous waste


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Volunteer or support local
water quality groups