Welcome to the City of Saint Paul’s Stormwater Management Page
The City's stormwater system includes:
- 450 miles of storm sewers
- 26,000 storm sewer catch basins
- 28 storm water ponds
- 4 storm water lift stations
- Numerous water quality treatment practices
Stormwater Documents and Information Available Here
Partnerships for a Cleaner and Greener Saint Paul
Storm Drain Stenciling Education Program
We're proud of the relationships that we've developed with organizations in the non-profit sector such as Friends of the Mississippi River (FMR). You can join us by getting involved with FMR this season by stenciling storm drains in Saint Paul. For more info go to FMR's Stenciling page.
Using paint and stencils, volunteers mark storm drains with the message, “Keep 'em Clean Drains to River” and distribute doorhangers to neighborhood homes and businesses.
|Minnesota Water – Let’s Keep It Clean
A stormwater education collaboration of cities, counties, and water management organizations in the Twin Cities and St. Cloud metro areas. Its objective is to increase impact and improve efficiency of local stormwater education programs by working jointly on developing and distributing educational materials. www.cleanwatermn.org.
WaterShed Partners is an organization of water resource educators in the Twin Cities Metro Area: http://www.hamline.edu/cgee/watershed/
Saint Paul’s Watershed Management Organizations
A watershed district is a special purpose unit of local government. Its area is based on watershed boundaries and its purpose is to manage water resources. By managing water resources on a watershed basis, communities can better work together to prevent and correct such problems as flooding, polluted lakes, and eroding stream banks.
Capitol Region Watershed District www.capitolregionwd.org/
Lower Mississippi River Watershed Management Organization www.dakotaswcd.org/watersheds/lowermisswmo/index.html
Mississippi River Watershed Management Organization www.mwmo.org/
Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District www.rwmwd.org/
Sustainable Saint Paul
To learn more about Sustainable Saint Paul follow this link: www.ci.stpaul.mn.us/index.asp?nid=429