Stormwater and Your Neighborhood

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Streams and natural areas are some of Tigard’s most beloved spaces. Creeks fed by springs and rainwater help define neighborhoods, provide pristine views, and protect the health of our environment.

When it rains, stormwater washes over our streets, roofs, lawns, and parking lots. Along the way, the water picks up oil, sediment, bacteria, grease, and chemicals that can pollute our creeks and the Tualatin River.

Streams and natural areas are some of Tigard’s most beloved spaces. Creeks fed by springs and rainwater help define neighborhoods, provide pristine views, and protect the health of our environment.

When it rains, stormwater washes over our streets, roofs, lawns, and parking lots. Along the way, the water picks up oil, sediment, bacteria, grease, and chemicals that can pollute our creeks and the Tualatin River.

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