The Stormwater Utility is operated and maintained by one Stormwater employee with assistance from Street Department personnel.
The storm drainage infrastructure consists of storm drain lines, drainage ditches, pumps, catch basins, inlets, dikes, and tide gates. The Stormwater Department maintains 21.2 miles of open ditches, around 8 miles of culverts, 5 miles of flood dikes and also 17 storm water pump stations spread out across the city….[View FAQ]
Grays Harbor Stream Team – A coalition of students, educators, citizen volunteers, local agencies, and non-profit organizations dedicated to the protection and restoration of streams that flow through Grays Harbor County … learn more | view gallery
Annual Stormwater Reports/Plans
- Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination Program | Aug 2011
- Aberdeen Car Wash
- EPA – After the Storm
- Protecting Water from Urban Runoff
- EPA – Solution to Pollution
- Water Efficient Landscaping
- Department of Ecology Stormwater Informational Flyer
- Grays Harbor Stream Team
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION WELCOME
The City is committed to creating opportunities for the public to participate in the decision-making processes involving the development, implementation and update of the City’s NPDES Phase II SWMP. Please Email comments and suggestions to Kyle Scott.