Lawn & Garden Care

A runoff friendly lawn and garden does not harm waterways by utilizing limited chemical application and absorbing the proper amount of water. Activities such as over irrigation, landscape maintenance, fertilization, and pesticide application have the potential to discharge pollutants to the storm drain system.

Use these tips to help prevent polluted runoff from entering our storm drain system.

Adjusting Sprinkler

REQUIRED ACTIVITIES

Fertilizing

RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES

More Information

For more information about proactive lawn and garden care to prevent polluted runoff, check out our applicable brochures below:

Tips for Landscape & Gardening (Spanish)

Tips to Prevent Overwatering

Responsible Pest Control

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