The City of Stillwater is looking for volunteers to help glue decals onto storm drains Friday, April 28 as part of the Stormwater Drain Protection Program.
These plastic emblems are about the size of a CD and can be glued down in just a few seconds. The Transportation & Stormwater Services Department will provide a kit containing the markers, glue and safety equipment on the day of the event. Data sheets and a neighborhood map are also provided to keep track of how many storm drains are marked.
This program alerts people that stormwater entering the drains does not go to a waste treatment plant but empties directly into waterways. Markers are one method of public education to remind people not to dump toxic chemicals, dirt, grass clippings and more into a storm drain.
When: April 28, 2017 at 9 a.m.
Where: Meet at the Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck in the north lobby area (near the Friends of the Library book sale rack)
Learn how to place storm drain markers
Brief safety meeting
Sign a Volunteer Release and Waiver of Liability (children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult)
Team leaders and site locations will be assigned to volunteers
Teams receive storm drain marking kit
Teams will disburse and meet at their designated site to start marking storm drain inlets
Return to library to turn in kit and receive a certificate of volunteer hours
For any questions and to RSVP, contact Sharla Lovern at 405.533.8431 or email email@example.com. There is no deadline to volunteer, and interested participants can register the day of the event.