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Shared effort returns big rewards for you & the environment

Throughout our communities there are small streams which eventually flow to the Hudson River, then on to the Atlantic Ocean. We have been tasked by the Federal Clean Water Act to become stewards of these small creeks, watchful of how much rainwater flows into these streams and watchful of the pollutants carried along the way. In an era of shrinking government and scarce public dollars, we are charged with a challenging task. We know, however that clean water is an investment in the future of our Earth. We urge every citizen to get involved and join us in taking action to protect our local streams, ponds, reservoirs, and wetlands. We need your help. Thank you!  
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inches of
precipitation annually

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and creeks

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in the county

Latest News

The DRAFT Stormwater Permit Joint Annual Report is available for public comment. Comments due Friday, May 7, 2021, 4pm

By June 1, regulated MS4/municipalities must file with NYSDEC an Annual Report which...

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Come Clean Your River at the Green Island Hudson River Park, May 1, 9am-11am. Join the Riverkeeper 2021 Sweep!

The Stormwater Coalition of Albany County and member community Village of Green Island is...

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March 19, 2021 Coalition Board of Director’s Meeting

The Stormwater Coalition Board of Director’s videoconference meeting is Friday,...

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