The Stormwater Division ensures the stormwater systems are properly planned, constructed, and maintained within the Town of Windsor. It provides overall stormwater management to prevent flooding, and protect water quality for the Town of Windsor residents and recreational areas. The Stormwater Division also works with the Vector Disease Control International.

What is Stormwater?
Stormwater is water from precipitation that flows across the ground and pavement from rain, snow or ice melt, as well as from sprinklers, and irrigation systems. The water seeps into the ground or drains into storm sewers. These are the drains located on street corners and low points on the sides of your streets.
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Clean Water is Important To Everyone!
Clean water is extremely important for our health and economy. Clean water provides recreation, commercial opportunities, fish and wildlife habitats, drinking water, and adds beauty to landscapes. 

Factories and industrial sites were once major contributors to polluted water entering our nation’s waterways. Now, more than 60% of water pollution comes from everyday activities around homes and businesses. Oil leaking from cars and trucks, fertilizer and pesticides that run off of lawns and parks, and pet waste that is not picked up can all add to the deterioration of water quality. 

Everyone can do something, even though it may seem small, to help improve the quality of runoff water. These all add up to a pollution solution! We all benefit from having clean water and we must all do our part to assure our lakes, rivers, and waterways contain the cleanest water possible.