Public Involvement and Education


An informed and knowledgeable community is important for the success of a stormwater management program. When the public gains a greater understanding of the reasons storm water management is necessary and important, it ensures greater support for the program. As the public becomes aware of the personal responsibilities expected of them and others in the community, including the individual actions that they can take to protect or improve the quality of area waters, it encourages public action and support that will reduce storm water impacts. Storm water outreach material can reach a large audience. The Department has storm water management material available for several audiences, including adults and children posted on this website. The website also includes Spanish language material for members of the Hispanic community. This material is also distributed in print form during Earth Day activities at schools, at Arkansas Welcome Centers, and other venues when requested. In addition, beginning in 2011 the Department publishes articles of general environmental interest in Centerline, the Department’s internal newsletter.













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