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City paints murals on stormwater inlets

City paints murals on stormwater inlets

Stormwater pollution is untreated, contaminated water that drains from local streets into the storm drain system. Anytime it rains or snow melts, water that does not soak into the ground runs into street curbs, storm sewers, ditches and ponds, taking everything in its path, including grass clippings, fertilizers, pesticides, oil, pet waste and more.

By integrating public art with the storm inlet system, the city’s stormwater program lets you know what we’re doing to keep your waterways clean.

This spring, volunteer groups painted some storm inlets at Westminster City Park.

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