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Water that washes off your property into the storm drain doesn’t go to a treatment plant — it goes straight into our streams. Storm drains can become clogged with leaves, tree branches and trash. Clogged storm drains can lead to flooding in your streets, your yard and possibly your basement! Storm drains can also transport pollution like fertilizers, pesticides, pet waste and car wash soaps into our local streams and eventually into the Willamette River. Help keep people, fish, birds and wildlife healthy by keeping pollution out of our storm drains and rivers!
Report Stormwater Pollution: 541-917-7600
Help keep our local streams and lakes clean. Report any dumping, hazardous material, or garbage in the stormwater system.
You can do a lot to keep our waterways clean:
Keeping your car drip free is a great to keep pollution out of local streams!
Fix leaky vehicles and use a drip pan until it’s repaired
Learn how to clean up an oil spill
Wash your car on your lawn or take it to a carwash
Pet waste can cause unsafe levels E. coli and other bacteria in our streams. Pledge to pick up after your pet to help keep our streams clean.