We all benefit from trees in many amazing ways. Along creeks, they help improve water quality, moderate temperatures, stabilize the bank, and provide wildlife habitat. The City of Eugene and Long Tom Watershed Council have planted countless trees and shrubs in public spaces along the creeks that flow through town.
To help in our efforts, we're asking for people who live or work along the creek to take a short online survey that will help us learn about making these important creek improvements. The survey should take about five minutes to complete and is anonymous.
Anything on your roof, driveway, lawn and garden can be washed into a storm drain and end up swimming with the fishes. Follow these tips to reduce the pollution running off your property.
Still wondering "what is stormwater?" Check out the Stormwater FAQs page.