The Stormwater Management Program is dedicated to educating all citizens about the water quality issues facing our community today. A community informed and knowledgeable about water quality issues is essential to the success of the city's Stormwater Management Program. Every one of us can play a part in protecting and enhancing our water resources. To learn more about what you can do to help improve water quality view more about what you can do.
The city is has been key in forming diverse partnerships to achieve our public education and outreach goals. The Madison County Storm Water Quality Partnership
was formed to combine efforts with other neighboring Communities & Institutions which fall under the EPA's new Storm Water Phase 2 rules. The City is now In partnership Anderson University, the White River Watchers
, Anderson Community Schools
, and the Madison County Soil and Water Conservation District
, as well as other local municipalities and has presented informational seminars on water quality issues to thousands of Students and Residents over the past ten years.
The city has also presented information about the Stormwater Management Program to various industry groups and civic organizations. If your organization is interested in learning more about water quality issues in the Anderson area, please contact the Stormwater Management Department at 765-648-6129.