The Village asks you to do your part to keep the curbs and sewers free and cleaned-up from anything, such as leaves, that can spill into the Storm Sewer System
Councilman Ryan Konrad is the Official responsible for legislation relating to Storm Sewers and works with the Mayor in regards to Storm Sewers maintenance and replacement in matters pertaining to flooding and water problems.
PRECIPITATION: a deposit on the earth of hail, mist, rain, sleet, melting ice and snow, or irrigation water… in other words: H2O
When a precipitous event occurs, several things can happen to the precipitation:
- some infiltrates into the soil surface
- some is taken up by plants
- some is evaporated into the atmosphere
STORMWATER RUN-OFF: the remainder of Precipitation that flows over land, roads, and impervious surfaces that drain into sewers and/or streams, rivers, and lakes immediately following a precipitous event instead of being absorbed into the ground or evaporating.