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Public Education Resources

To request a Stormwater presentation for your school or event, please contact NDOT Stormwater Public Information Officer Kim Smith by email or call 775-888-7852.

"What Is Stormwater?" (Video time length 4:49)

  • What is stormwater runoff
  • How it affects each and every one of us
  • The water cycle
  • How stormwater runoff can become polluted
  • What we can do to help protect Nevada's waters

YouTube Nevada DOT Channel

More Resources

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Nevada DOT Stormwater Management Guide with Hydro-Region Map

"Drip" and his friends explain what stormwater runoff is and share tips on how we can all help protect Nevada's waters and prevent stormwater pollution.

The "Guide for the Nevada DOT Stormwater Management Program" includes a Nevada hydro-region map.

Stormwater Fact Sheets

Every drop matters! Tips on how the community can help to protect Nevada's waters. 

Homes can be a significant contributor of pollutants reaching our streams and lakes. Click on the link to find out how you can help protect Nevada's waters! 

Construction sites can be potential sources of pollution to Nevada's waterways. Every construction contractor must take steps to prevent pollutants from entering the storm drain system, where they can find their way to our lakes and streams. Click on the link below for BMPs (Best Management Practices) that can be taken to help protect Nevada's waters.

Pollutants can be found in many of the products and materials used at industrial and commercial facilities. Every facility must take steps to prevent pollutants from entering the storm drain system, where they can find their way to our lakes and streams. Click on the link below for BMPs (Best Management Practices) for industrial and commercial facilities. 

Pollutants can be found in many of the products and materials used at mining and aggregate facilities. There are many actions, or BMPs (Best Management Practices), that can be taken to keep these pollutants out of the storm drains and help protect Nevada's waters. Click on the link below for information.

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