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Healthy Waterways Volunteer Program

The Healthy Waterways program enlists Stormwater Volunteers to help prevent pollution from entering our local waterways.  

What does a Healthy Waterways Storm Drain project consist of?

  • Clean up debris on storm drains
  • Install "No Dumping - Leads to Waterways" decals
  • Distribute educational door hangers to residents living near marked storm drains 

Project details:

  • Takes place March - October 31st (and with ground temperatures above 40 degrees)
  • Accommodates individuals and groups of up to 36 people
  • Flexible date & time - choose what works best for you!
  • Ages 5+
  • Requires a 10-minute supply pick-up and project training at the KOB office at 1819 Farnam St., Suite 306

Check out the Project

Thank you to the 3M Environmental Reserved Fund for supporting the production of this video.

Other Ways to Get Involved: Coordinate a Stream Cleanup!

By removing litter from in and around local streams, lake shores, creeks, and other waterways, individual or group volunteers help protect local waterways and ecosystems. 

*Subject to seasonal availability, primarily in early spring and late fall

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