How Can I Get Involved?

Check with the Texas Department of Transportation to see if there are any Adopt-a-Highway spots available in your area.

Interested in getting involved to protect our local streams, rivers, and lakes? Joining the local Texas Stream Team chapter allows you the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience while helping monitor waterways on a monthly basis. In addition to our region, basic water quality data is collected at sites across Texas and contributes to an overall picture of our state's water quality.

Participate in a Stormwater Volunteer Study! CoCoRaHS is the Community Collaborative Rain Hail and Snow Network– a grassroots volunteer organization that measures precipitation rates across the country. Volunteers measure and report daily precipitation amounts in their own backyards, providing a more accurate understanding of just how differently rainfall occurs, even across our city! Visit the CoCoRaHS website.

Check out more pollution prevention tips and gather other ideas on how you can prevent stormwater pollution at home by visiting

Do you have an idea for a volunteer project? Are you already doing a project you want us to know about? Contact us and let us know!

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1. What Does the Stormwater Management Program Do?
2. What is stormwater, and where does it go?
3. Why does this program matter?
4. How Do I Report A Concern?
5. How Can I Get Involved?