Euclid Creek 3rd Annual Watershed Summit

Posted on 11/09/17 by in Euclid Creek Watershed

The 3rd annual Watershed Summit on November 9 was a great success with over 40 partners attending to hear about how the Watershed is doing in 2017. This year’s focus was on 2017 accomplishments of the program partners - to see the agenda, presentation and program handouts: click here and scroll to the Watershed Council meeting date. The purpose... read more

Environmental Impacts of the Rover Pipeline

Posted on 11/07/17 by Kelly in Storm Water Services

Cleanup of a Rover Pipeline spill near the Tuscrawas River in Stark County that occurred in Spring 2017.  Photo Credit: Ohio EPA

The Dakota Access Pipeline made international headlines when protestors near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation held their ground against Dakota Access, LLC and its partners fearing destruction of sacred lands and the environmental impacts the Dakota Access Pipeline project could have on the Missouri River which also supplies drinking water to several areas. Recent events in Ohio related... read more

Insights from our Natural Resources/Education Intern

Posted on 10/31/17 by Amy in Educational Outreach

Stormwater maintenance inspection - poppin' manholes

Prior to beginning my internship with the Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District (CSWCD), I was a fly-fishing guide in northeastern Utah on the Green River. I referred to the river as “my office,” which had an ever-changing view of red rock canyons, crystal clear water and wildlife. During my time on the Green River, a plan was proposed... read more

It's National Bat Week - #Save the Bats!

Posted on 10/24/17 by in Euclid Creek Watershed


In recognition of National Bat Week, this week from October 26-November 1, we are sharing a very important partner’s information about bat conservation and education. A group, the Organization for Bat Conservation, located in Pontiac, Michigan is doing phenomenal work to education people in our region about bats. They lauched a #SaveTheBats campaign to mobilize people to become... read more

Larger Common Plans of Development

Posted on 10/20/17 by Brent in Storm Water Services

Original conditions of the block

It is very well known the development community that projects over 1 acre in size are eligible for coverage under the Ohio EPA Construction General Permit #OHC000004 to control stormwater as part of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). Less well known is the larger common plan of development provision of that permit. It specifies that; “Construction... read more


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