Educating the community about the importance of good water quality through storm drain art. 


Healthy streams, rivers, lakes, and natural resources consistently rank among the top priorities that residents of York County cite when asked about local public health. Pollution from stormwater runoff is one of the leading contributors to pollution in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Significant amounts of pollution enter the bay from its largest tributary, the Susquehanna River. More needs to be done to educate the community about this growing problem.


More pictures to come, Artists are in the process of painting now.



Meet the 2018 Artists

Learn about the artists who's designs were selected and where to find their storm drain art!

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About StormWater

This project's goal is to teach the function of storm drains and the importance of good water quality. 

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See The 2018 Submissions

Check out the creativity of local artists who submitted incredible designs to educate the public about storm-water pollution.

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Submit A DEsign

Help create street art using storm drains to raise awareness of storm-water pollution.

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