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Maine Stormwater Conference October 23-24, 2017
Urban Runoff and Green Neighbor Family Fest April 22, 2017
In Portland, we’re lucky to have water resources at our door step - Stroudwater and Fore Rivers, Back Cove, Capisic Pond, Casco Bay. Clean water is important to our economy and way of life.
The City and our partners work hard to ensure clean water. When it comes to keeping our rivers, streams, and bays clean, everyone plays an important role.
Follow the links on the left to learn about what the City is doing and what you can do to keep water clean.
Neighborhood Meeting: State Street - Marginal Way Sewers
Public Works will be hosting a public meeting on the State Street - Marginal Way Sewer Separation project on Monday, February 27, 2017 at 6 pm in the King Middle School Library
Deering Street Sewer Separation Project Public Notice
This is an update to the ongoing sewer separation project on Deering Street
Moody - Wilson - Beckett Sewer Separation Project
The City of Portland will begin the Moody - Wilson sewer separation and the Beckett St sewer replacements in December 2016.
Clean Water Calendar
Sat Apr. 22
6th Annual Urban Runoff and Green Neighbor Family Fest 2017
Mon Oct. 23 - Tue Oct. 24
Maine Stormwater Conference 2017