Environmental Services

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The Drainage/Stormwater Division is comprised of two Supervisor, and twenty-three (23) full-time employees. The Division is tasked with administrating stormwater permits, implementing and performing stormwater best management practice. The tasks are accomplished with the use of various resources such as: personnel, medium and heavy equipment, and controlled measures. Over 350 miles of storm sewer drainage system, 150 miles of drainage ditches and thousands of storm water inlets are maintained throughout the year. Crews are working continually removing trash and debris, mowing drainage ditches, vacuuming stormwater inlets, and other drainage-related projects to maintain a healthy drainage infrastructure.


The environmental services provided by the Division are: administrating stormwater permits, implementing and performing stormwater best management practice. The tasks are accomplished with the use of various resources such as: personnel, medium and heavy equipment, and controlled measures. Over 350 miles of storm sewer drainage system, 150 miles of drainage ditches and thousands of storm water inlets are maintained throughout the year. Crews are working continually removing trash and debris, mowing drainage ditches, vacuuming stormwater inlets, and other drainage-related projects to maintain a healthy drainage infrastructure. The maintenance of City-owned canals, ditches, inlets, detention ponds and stormceptors. In 2017, the division maintained 6.52 miles of drainage ditches and canals in addition to continue to rotation of inlet cleaning all around the City. By providing the proper maintenance and repair to all our City’s stormwater drainage systems, using heavy equipment or hard labor, we get closer to achieve our goal of improvement and reduction of localized flooding.