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File #: 19-0615    Version: 1 Name: Streets to Creeks Campaign
Type: CC- Staff Briefing Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/5/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/27/2019 Final action: 8/27/2019
Title: STREETS TO CREEKS MULTI-COUNTY CAMPAIGN LAUNCH Santa Rosa, in partnership with ten other local agencies, has teamed up to launch an impressive multi-county multi-media educational campaign to prevent pollution in the Russian River Watershed. Santa Rosa Water will provide an overview of the campaign that focuses on educating residents about one essential fact - only rain should ever go down the storm drain. Neighborhood storm drains are an extension of local creeks and streams; any water, debris, or pollutants that make their way into a storm drain flow untreated to local creeks and eventually into the Russian River. Staff will describe the variety of outreach techniques being deployed to help our community limit pollution and be part of the solution.
Sponsors: Water
Indexes: Not a Project
Attachments: 1. Presentation