STORMWATER NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS
the duluth stormwater department Promotes gwinnett's "great days of service" watershed cleanup event
Great Days of Service is a cooperative and community-focused initiative dedicated to to addressing the health and human service needs of everyone in Gwinnett County. Our environment plays such an enormous role in the health and wellness of the citizens it serves. This year the event will focus on the Jackson Creek Watershed. The GCB and Gwinnett County - DWR are teaming up to combine the watershed cleanup with a Halloween Themed Trick or Treatment Festival. Click here to get all the details because you do not want to miss out!
THE Duluth Stormwater Department PROMOTES
Gwinnett County Events & Workshops
Due to the current COVID-19 concerns and recommended social distancing practices, it has become difficult to get involved with educational and event opportunities at this present time, but if you check out the informational videos and events scheduled through the Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources, you can still get involved, give back, and learn about conserving one of our most precious resources on the planet, WATER.
Did you know That?
Gwinnett County Solid Waste & Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful are bringing you "America Recycles Day" (ARD) on November 14, 2020, from 9:00am to 2:00pm at Coolray Field. You will be able to drop off items that are difficult to recycle such as electronics and latex paint. Free paper shredding will also be available. Click this link to see more details.
What do you do if you see an illicit discharge or connection? REPORT IT to your local city or county municipality. Most Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) communities have programs in place that detect, eliminate, and prevent illicit discharges to the stormwater system. Here in the City of Duluth, you can contact the Stormwater Department at 770.497.5311.
For more information, please contact the Duluth Stormwater Department at 770.497.5311. We are here to serve you!