Water Resources

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**You can now pay your Stormwater Service Charge online!** 

Upcoming Events



Please click on the links below for more information

​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.
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  1. Section of Woodford St Closed to all but Local Traffic Beginning March 28

    On March 27, the City’s contractor, D&C Construction, will begin the installation of a new storm drain into Woodford St at the intersection with Clifton St. Beginning March 28, Woodford St between Forest Ave and Vannah Ave will be closed. Read on...
  2. Traffic Advisory: Utility Work Begins March 17 on Baxter Boulevard

    On Friday, March 17, the City’s contractor, D&C Construction, will begin the installation of a new storm drain into Back Cove, adjacent to the intersection of Baxter and Vannah Ave. The work within the Boulevard will continue through the end of next week. Read on...
  3. Spring Cleaning Begins! GPS Technology to Provide Real Time Info on Sweepers

    Despite the fact that there’s still a chance for future snow storms, the City of Portland Public Works Department has been taking advantage of the warmer temps and lack of precipitation to begin spring cleanup operations. Read on...
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