Virtual Storm Water Floatables Education Series Webinar Third Tuesday of every month from 1:00 - 2:00 PM This webinar series is FREE The City of Oklahoma City Storm Water Quality Management Division is offering a new virtual education series focusing on floatable debris in our waterways. The series will be held at 1:00 PM, CST… Continue reading Virtual Storm Water Floatables Education Series
Are you looking for a quick, easy project that you can do while staying safely socially distanced at home? City of Norman's community volunteer Amanda Nairn will walk you through the basics of setting up a rain barrel for your garden just in time for summer! https://www.youtube.com/embed/qOK-3qbIrPw
The City of Oklahoma City Storm Water Quality Management Division will host a WEBINAR geared toward Industrial Storm Water permittees. The webinar will begin at 10:00am on Thursday, February 27th, 2020. This webinar is FREE and is expected to last approximately 30-40 minutes, with Q&A. The topic for this webinar will include: Industrial Storm Water Training… Continue reading Industrial Stormwater Webinar
Thanks for joining us last month for the OKC Home & Garden Show; it was a busy weekend but we had a great time talking with everyone! Congratulations to Mustang resident Todd Lannert for winning the rain barrel raffle!
Don't forget to come see us at the Home and Garden Show this weekend! We'll be at Booth #2048 at the south end of the Centennial Building. Come test your stormwater knowledge to enter a raffle to win a free rain barrel! Home and Garden Show hours: Friday: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PMSaturday: 10:00 AM… Continue reading Don’t Miss a Chance to Win!
Rain barrels are a simple, eco-friendly way to store and use rain water captured by your roof’s gutter system. Rain barrels can save you money by providing free H2O to help water your lawn and garden, or even wash your car. To place an order for a reasonably-priced rain barrel and accessories, visit http://www.upcyclerainbarrel.com 2020 Rain… Continue reading Rain Barrel Distribution
Join professionals from the Oklahoma Water Survey for a one-day training to become a certified inspector on erosion and sediment control practices on construction sites. The program educates attendees on proper installation, maintenance and inspection of erosion and sediment control measures and provides an understanding of stormwater regulations and requirements for Oklahoma.Certification lasts for three… Continue reading Become a Certified Inspector!
It's that time of year again so come see us at the 2020 Oklahoma Home + Garden Show January 17-19, 2020!! We’ll be at Booth #1946 in the south end of the Centennial Building. This will be a great opportunity to ask us questions about stormwater, water quality, and even snag a rain barrel just… Continue reading 2020 Home & Garden Show
This summer, COSWA is partnering with the Oklahoma Floodplain Manager's Association (OFMA) to present a one-day stormwater workshop! Presentations will cover topics ranging from TMDLs, inspections, program management, and advance research topics. Check back soon for registration information! If you would like more information about OFMA, please visit their website.
Are you planning on landscaping your lawn this spring and looking for a way to incorporate drought tolerant plants and help improve water quality? Rain gardens and bioretention cells are a great way to add visual interest to your lawn, which can increase your property value; in addition, they can also help improve water quality… Continue reading OSU Rain Garden Demonstrations