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Stormwater Education

Water drop logoIn the Salt Lake Valley, storm drains flow directly to local creeks and rivers. Because the system contains no filters or treatment, it now serves the unintended function of carrying urban pollution straight to the local creeks and Jordan Valley River. Midvale City has developed a Stormwater Management Plan and partners with Salt Lake County municipalities and Salt Lake County to educate local residents and businesses to prevent stormwater pollution. Join us in our efforts to reduce stormwater runoff pollution by following the practices described in the Stormwater Education Fact Sheets.





Spill Response Agencies (24 hours)

Midvale City Public Works
801-567-7235

Salt Lake County Health Department
801-580-6681

Salt Lake County Emergency Management Warning Center
801-887-3800

Additional Resources

Salt Lake County Stormwater Coalition
Salt Lake County Health Department
Water Quality Bureau
385-468-3862

Utah Department of Environmental Quality
800-458-0145

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