How to Help

Make a Difference
After looking through the department's information many of you may be thinking, “How can I help out with this problem?” There are simple things that all of us can do to protect and improve the water quality of the streams, rivers, and lakes in the Anderson area. Every person really does make a difference.

If you look around your home and neighborhood we are sure you will various ways to help. Please feel free to contact the Storm Water Management Department at 765-648–6129 if you have any questions about any of these things, or if you would like to share any ideas you come up with.

Where to Start
Get involved. This is one of the most important things you can do to protect our streams, rivers, and lakes. Make an effort to find out what is going on in your community regarding water quality issues. You can do this by attending public meetings, joining a local watershed organization, or scheduling a time to meet with local officials. The city encourages you to ask questions when you see things going on you are curious about. To find out more about how you can get involved contact us at 765-648–6129 or view the department's contacts.