Westminster Public Schools Stormwater Management
Storm drains are typically found in streets and parking lots to collect storm water. Stormwater is surface water that includes water from rain, snow melt and irrigation. The water runs across rooftops, lawns, pavement and other surfaces into storm drains or seeps directly into the ground. Along its journey the water picks up contaminants like litter, oil and antifreeze leaks from cars, pesticides and fertilizers used on lawns, and spilled paints or solvents. Storm water ends up untreated in our streams, rivers, and lakes. Westminster Public Schools has a Stormwater Management Program to reduce this stormwater runoff pollution. If you have questions concerning our stormwater program or witness illegal dumping of used oil, or other illicit dumping on school grounds, please report it immediately by calling 720-542-5154.
“Together, we can make a difference”
Westminster Public Schools encourages everyone to get involved with the educational opportunities for students and parents as well as litter clean-up activities.
Report an Illicit Discharge!
Westminster Public Schools is committed to practicing sound stormwater management practices. If you see someone dumping illegal materials down a storm drain or into a waterway report it immediately by calling 911. To report a suspicious material on the land at any district site that could wash into the storm drain system please report it by calling 303-429-6775.
School District Contacts
Rick Seiler – Safety/Environmental Coordinator Don Ciancio – Director of Maintenance & Operations
Phone: 720-542-5154 Phone: 720-542-5100
Fax: 303-650-3012 Fax: 303-650-3012
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com
- City of Westminster Stormwater Program: http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/2002.htm
- Adams County Stormwater Program: http://www.co.adams.co.us/index.cfm?d=standard&b=1&c=28&s=289&p=682
- Tri-County Health at www.tchd.org/