Storm Water

Only Rain Down the Drain

While many of us think first of industries dumping chemicals as the source of water pollution, the truth is our water can also be harmed by things that we do every day at our homes. When it rains, water washes over lawns, sidewalks, and streets. In addition to litter, this water picks up chemicals found in lawn fertilizers, bacteria found in pet waste, and oil from cars. This polluted water then enters roadside ditches and the storm drains found in our streets, and large pipes connect the storm drains to the closest lake or stream.

Freddy the Fish teaches kids about what happens to rain after it hits the ground, where storm drains lead to, and what we can do to help prevent water pollution.

Educational Resources

Waterways Web-site  SEMCOG offers good information on what citizens need to know and how they can help protect this great natural resource.
St. Clair County's Watershed Program
Blue Ways Water Trails
Friends of the St. Clair River

General Information
Water Plant Chief Operator
Josh Stewart
Phone Numbers
(810) 794-3281
Emergencies: Dial 911
1530 St. Clair River Drive
Algonac ,