Monthly Water Quality Tips 

 

 

Every month, we have a new focus for Allen County residents to help promote water quality in our area and downstream. These monthly tips provide residences with one task each month to focus on to help them fight stormwater pollution and improve the health of our waterways. This program started in March 2019!

 

 


January

Make your 2020 New Years Resolution to "Scoop the Poop" all year round. This promise will safe guard the health of your pet, your neighbors, and water quality! Check our January's poster and Water Matter's article


February

Show those storm drains some love this February. Learn more about how some time, love, and action can make a big difference in our waterways by checking out our poster and Water Matters article.  


March

Check out "Spring into Better Lawn Care" poster and Water Matters article!


April 

Read about "April Showers Bring May Flowers" with ACPWQ poster and Water Matters article!


May

Learn more about "Mother May I Plant Native Flowers" with ACPWQ poster and Water Matters article!


June

Check out "Grasscycling: Not Another Dad Joke" poster and Water Matters article to find out ways that you can improve water quality!


July

Want to find out ways to reduce water waste? Don't miss our "Independence from Wasting Water" poster and Water Matters Article


August

Did you know that an easy way to improve water quality is by going to the car wash or washing your car in the grass? Learn more by checking out "Going to the Car Wash" poster and Water Matters Article!


September

Even though summer is coming to an end, water quality is still important! Learn a quick way to help improve water quality by draining your pool correctly in our poster and Water Matters Article!


October

Let's let leaves be the only thing that falls this Fall! This is not a trick, check out our poster and Water Matters Article for a real treat!


November

Be thankful for the Household Hazardous Waste Facility! Find out more information about HHW by checking out our poster, reading our Water Matters Article, or visiting the website of Allen County Department of Environmental Management


December

Though local waterways may not be a top priority during this Holiday Season, make sure to remember to keep that salt light. Learn more by reading our Water Matters Article and checking out our poster!