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Your resource for all things weather including radar, hourly forecasts, local rain gauge information, and the capacity of our water reclamation facilities and deep tunnel.
HHW locations are open, please review the NEW drop-off rules.
Learn what items you can drop off and the locations of our permanent and mobile drop sites.
Check out our most recent videos on our YouTube channel. From Green Luminary® awards and flood management projects, to water quality and educational videos, learn more about MMSD initiatives.
Sign up for a quarterly newsletter from MMSD's Executive Director, Kevin Shafer for water-related news and MMSD updates.
Are you a homeowner, organization or business looking for help on installing green infrastructure? Contact the Fresh Coast Guardians Resource Center to get started today.
Receive Water Drop Alert text messages when large storms threaten the area. When a Water Drop Alert has been issued a reminder is sent to use less water until the storm passes.
What do you do when an alert is issued?
Try to use less water until the storm passes.
Help keep water out of your home, reduce water pollution and save money during heavy rains by conducting a home audit, inside and out. Rain Check can help you identify and correct potential problems that could lead to water damage and more. By managing water where it falls, we can all help reduce the risk of basement backups and water pollution.