When rain falls, it not only waters your yard and fills streams, but it also washes away pollutants such as fertilizers, oil and gasoline from impervious surfaces into the storm drains. Storm drains carry the runoff into our streams and rivers.
 
This runoff is also called "non-point source" pollution - an unusual pollution which does not originate at one particular point, but comes from many different sources making it extremely difficult to control. Polluting our storm water drains can be very detrimental to our drinking water and aquatic lives.
 
Please remember what flows around comes around. Be an Everyday Environmentalist and be protective of the environment we live in. To learn more on how to keep our waters clean and protected, click on your city’s Storm Water Division website as listed below.

The City of Oklahoma City
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Edmond
Stormwater Hotline for complaints, educational opportunities, etc: 359-4772
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Bethany
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Moore
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Yukon
Anna Waggoner, CFM, Stormwater Manager, Phone: 405-350-8930
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Norman
CLICK HERE for more info.

Oklahoma Department of Transportation
CLICK HERE for more details

The Village
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Del City
CLICK HERE for more details

The City of Midwest City
CLICK HERE for more info.

The City of Nichols Hills
CLICK HERE for more details

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