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County of Asotin

Regional Stormwater Program

Inform. Educate. Prevent.

What You Can Do

It's A Community Effort

We all need to do our part to keep the stormwater clean, because the stormwater that reaches the streams and rivers or infiltrates through the ground and into the aquifer may contain pollutants. The Snake River and Asotin Creek are both important waterways to the residents of the county, both for the aesthetic value and the financial value they bring to the area. Local residents rely on ground water as their main source of drinking water. If stormwater or spills are allowed to filter through the ground polluted and untreated, the pollutants may accumulate and make the aquifer unusable as a drinking water source. This in turn means higher costs to you, the resident, if the aquifer must be cleaned and treated to become usable again.

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