Survey on surface water drainage and water quality challenges - deadline Sunday 5pm

Friday, July 14, 2017

Photo by Janet Way
The City of Shoreline is preparing to update the Surface Water Master Plan and Rate study (2017 Master Plan) to address drainage and water quality challenges associated with growth, increasing regulations, and aging infrastructure.

Stormwater is runoff generated from rain events and snowmelt that flows over land, structures or other impervious surfaces and does not filter into the ground.

Stormwater can have flooding and water quality impacts to both private and public property as well as the natural environment.

Provide your input by taking a short survey. This survey will remain live until Sunday, July 16th at 5:00pm.

Resident feedback from both surveys and public meetings will continue to inform the master planning process, ultimately informing which management strategy the Surface Water Utility adopts in order to provide the best possible service to the City.

More information at Shoreline Master Plan or call the Surface Water Utility at 206-801-2450.


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