You can help to protect the City's storm sewer system from pollutants by:
- Picking up any spills of automotive fluids, pesticides, fertilizers or other materials on your property immediately so they do not reach the curb and gutter
- Use only the amount of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers that is necessary to do the job
- Dispose of empty containers of automotive fluids, pesticides, fertilizers or other materials properly by enclosing them in a plastic bag before putting them in the trash
- Bring household hazardous waste to one of the City's scheduled Household Hazardous Waste Events
Protect our stormwater with lessons learned in these fun new videos with Sparky, our eco-spokes dog!
Low Impact Development: Land planning and engineering design techniques that works with nature to manage stormwater:
- Low Impact Development (LID)Toolkit is a guide for a sustainable approach to stormwater management.
- Greater Phoenix Green Infrastructure & LID Handbook is now available and includes technical standard details.
The City of Mesa is providing residents with information on how to properly manage pollutant discharges from the following sources:
In an effort to involve City of Mesa residents and visitors with helping to reduce stormwater pollution, the City of Mesa asks citizens to report suspected illegal non-stormwater discharges. A City inspector will investigate resident reports and work with responsible parties to address identified issues.