Water from rain, snow and sleet that travels down our gutters into the storm drain. Storm water starts off clean...it affects all of us.
Storm water flows directly into our rivers, lakes and streams. Whatever storm water collects from the land surface, roadways, sidewalks, parking lots, construction sites, business parks, etc., is carried to gutters, stormdrains, canals, drainage ways, and finally ends up in our local rivers and streams. It is estimated that more than one-half of the pollution in our nations waterways comes from storm water runoff.
Harrisville City is a member of the Golden Spike Storm Water Coalition.
Meetings are open to the public, please contact our storm water department for information. 801-737-2997
To apply for a N.O.I and Storm Water Permits select the following link:
These documents need to be submitted with your building permit.
IMPORTANT NUMBERS AND INFO
STORM WATER ISSUES
USED OIL COLLECTION
2550 N 400 E
They will take up to 5 gallons per week. They also take power steering fluid and brake fluid.
2381 N 400 E
They will take 2 gallons per day per customer.
Harrisville City Office
STORM DRAIN AND WATER PLANS
If you have Storm Water issues, please call the storm water department at: