What is Stormwater Awareness Week?
Stormwater Awareness Week is a regional effort that encourages communities (and the groups that care about them) to raise stormwater awareness via newsletters and social media posts, or with fun and educational events.
Example actions/events might include (but are definitely not limited to):
- Community or Neighborhood Clean-Ups (litter, streams, stormwater ponds, etc)
- Native Tree & Plant Installations
- Rain Garden Construction and/or Maintenance Activities
- Educational Workshops or Tours (residents/businesses/contractors)
- Newsletter Articles & Social Media Posts
- Press Releases
- Adoption of Community Stormwater Resolutions
Anyone can participate in Stormwater Awareness Week (municipalities, townships, schools, watershed groups, and more!).
Draw Me Like One of Your French Drains
The Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District launched a stormwater awareness contest. People can download a template of the drain by their building and draw messages/pics around it to encourage only rain down the drain and other stormwater messages. All submissions will be featured on their social media during stormwater awareness week.
For more information visit cuyahogaswcd.org