Stormwater Straight Talk: Stormwater Management Basics

Stormwater runoff consists of precipitation that falls on the ground and flows across the land to creeks, streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans. As roads and buildings are constructed, we must think about where the water is going to be conveyed when it flows through our built environment. Editor's note: Stormwater Straight Talk is a quarterly column intended to educate and inform base personnel and families about stormwater management.

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