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Our actions inside and outside our homes can protect our drinking water, Lake Michigan, and help reduce the risk of sewer water backing up into your basement or overflowing into our waterways.
We’re asking everyone in the community to do a few simple things to help keep our water clean and flowing.
Help keep pollutants like household chemicals and medicine out of our sewers and waterways, and ONLY flush the 3 P's (pee, poo, toilet paper)!
Every drop counts when heavy rain hit our area. Learn how to use less water to reduce sewer water backing up in your basement and overflowing into our waterways by signing up for the Water Drop Alert.
Green infrastructure captures, absorbs, or stores rain and melting snow, taking on numerous shapes and sizes from 55-gallon rain barrels to rain gardens, trees, and porous pavers for parking lots, driveways, and sidewalks. You can see green roofs on buildings or bioswales along city streets. Join us to manage water where it falls on your property and become a Fresh Coast Guardian.
MMSD is dedicated to supporting local partners that help our community get involved in protecting our water and the environment.