A City of Cooperation
5330 Seaman Road
Oregon, OH 43616
8:00a – 4:30p M-F
The City of Oregon Department of Public Service has structured the best management practices (BMPs) to address the pollutants that impact our area. To increase the success of the Storm Water Management Plan, we provided the public with an opportunity to the public to assist in the review of our plan. The public involvement/participation programs will conduct outreach activities to encourage the public to become involved in the reduction these pollutants.
The City of Oregon will promote public participation and involvement by including the public in establishing the best management practices, conducting public meetings, organizing a storm drain stenciling program, and including an email link to the storm water website.
Watershed Stakeholder Groups.
The City of Oregon is an active member of the Duck and Otter Creeks Partnership. This watershed based group works to fulfill its mission of “promoting human and ecological health through education, protection and restoration of these watersheds with diverse collaborative efforts dedicated to building community stewardship.”
Plan to join us for the 17th Annual Clean Your Streams Day, Saturday, September 21, 2013 . Check-in begins at 8:00 am at the Oregon Municipal Building, 5330 Seaman Road, Oregon, Ohio 43616.
Clean Your Streams has always been a part of Ohio’s Coastweeks cleanups, which are held in conjunction with the International Coastal Cleanup. Clean Your Streams is part of a large international effort to raise awareness of pollution, identify the sources, and work to eliminate them. We can all do out part to help clean our streams!
For a list of kickoff locations, volunteer registration, or for more information on how to get involved, please visit www.PartnersForCleanStreams.org.