Stormwater Administration

The Stormwater Program staff within the Engineering Division performs these core tasks:
  1. Regulatory Compliance for the City's MS4 Program
  2. Project Management for City Capital Improvement Projects
  3. Technical Support for Public Works Operations maintenance and construction projects

 

WHAT CAN YOU DO AT HOME?

For starters, we hope everyone is staying safe and healthy at home. This is a challenging time for everyone, therefore, we will continue to share activities you can spend time doing at home with your families.

*Homeowner Guide for a Bay-Friendly Property - Check out this link from the Chesapeake Stormwater Network for home-based activities

*Compost Bins - We have GeoBin Compost Bins for citizens. Please email us at stormwater@ci.waynesboro.va.us if you are interested in a bin.

Click the image to download this Coloring Sheet!

Coloring Sheet 2020

FOR THE KIDDOS

Running out of activities for your kiddos? We've added a few stormwater related activities here for you!

*ONLY RAIN DOWN THE DRAIN! - Coloring Sheet (Download from image to the left)

*GeoBin Compost Bin Coloring Contest - Follow this link to enter their contest to win a compost bin for your home!

Mulberry Run Wetlands

In October, a Case Study for the SLAF grant program was conducted at the Mulberry Run Wetlands by the Choose Clean Water Coalition. The City of Waynesboro is grateful for the continued attention to this large project and thanks the citizens for the continued support! For more information, please follow the link to the short documentary of the study.

Stormwater Program Documents

  1. What is an MS-4?
  2. What does this mean?
The City was designated in 2013 as a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System because of the density of urban development within the City.