A single pile of pet waste may not seem like a big deal – until you consider that 29,500 pets live in College Station. All that waste takes an entire year to break down completely and can wash into our local storm sewer system and waterways. When you’re out walking your pets, please clean up after them. Continue reading Help keep College Station safe and clean – always Scoop the Poop when walking your pet
As new homes and subdivisions are built in our growing community, ensuring the construction sites are safe for nearby people and our waterways is essential. Preventing stormwater pollution is critical to preserving the quality of our creeks and tributaries. Continue reading Preventing stormwater pollution helps preserve the water quality in our creeks and tributaries
In this episode of “Stuff You Don’t Usually See,” Engineering Program Specialist David Vaughn and Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell discuss flood preparedness and the best ways to protect your family and property. Continue reading Video: Vaughn discusses flood preparedness and the best ways to protect your family and property
Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States. With Monday marking the start of Texas Flood Awareness Week, we offer prudent steps for you to protect yourself, your property, and our community. Continue reading As part of Texas Flood Awareness Week, here are 6 prudent steps to protect you and your property
If you work in the construction industry, you already know it’s essential to keep a tidy worksite that allows employees to be efficient and productive. A clean site is also safer, not only for workers but also for the environment. That’s especially true when it comes to stormwater runoff. Continue reading Clean stormwater runoff from construction sites is essential to protect the environment
When outside enjoying the fall weather with your pets, always be sure to pick up after them, especially in parks and other public areas. Rain can wash pet waste directly into our storm sewer system and waterways, impairing water quality and increasing health risks for people and pets alike. Continue reading Remember to Scoop the Poop when walking your pet to keep our waters safe and clean
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