Storm Water Management
Stormwater carries untreated water runoff directly into creeks and rivers and, by doing so, impacts our environment. Improper disposal of wastes, such as oil, paint, fertilizer and pesticides will pollute the stormwater and destroy plants, endanger wildlife and affect drinking water. Never dump materials, including grass clippings, into any storm drain or drainage canal, and be sure to keep any catch basins on your property free of grass clippings and debris.
Various government agencies regulate storm water discharge. arch environmental group's stormwater trained and certified consultants are prepared to assist in your discharge permit, outfall determinations or any portion of your needed compliance issues.
Livonia Public Schools is committed to practicing sound stormwater management practices and to observance and adherence to all local, state and federal stormwater rules and regulations.
Report all spills into storm drains!
If you see that something has been dumped or spilled into a drain, please report it immediately.
During school hours, please contact the Maintenance and Operations Department at 734-744-2511.
After school hours or off LPS property, contact the Wayne County DOE 24-Hour Hotline at 888-223-2363.