Stormwater SMART invites you to join the Forsyth County Spring 2020 BioThon on iNaturalist.org
The Creek Week organizers are pulling together plans for a virtual Creek Week in mid-April with “events” on the Creek Week website & Facebook page.
Have you ever wondered what’s involved in stream restoration? Are you interested in hearing the backstory of how an unstable, sediment-filled section of stream gets re-shaped to restore habitat and protect the land around it for many generations to come? Make plans to join us on Saturday, May 18th for a free public tour of […]
We have more rain in the forecast. Help prevent localized flooding. Ensure storm drains are clear; especially if your neighborhood has private roads. Find out who maintains your road within Town limits.
Many Homeowner Associations have a storm-water device that captures runoff from roads and homes. Make sure all inlets and outlets, which control flow moving into the pond and flow moving out, are clear of vegetation, sentiment or debris that could block flow into and out of the pond. Ensure that storm drains and ditches around […]
For a limited time, the Town of Kernersville Stormwater Division, in conjunction with Rain Water Solutions, Inc., is offering 50-gallon rain barrels at wholesale prices. Rain barrels are just $65 (Retail $129). All proceeds go to Forsyth County Creek Week. Design: Easy to assemble, install and is stable when full Dimensions: 42.5″ H x 22.5″ […]
The Town of Kernersville is seeking Design-Build Services for the Ivey Redmon Stream Restoration Project Phase I.
After-school Wetland Walk and Stream Demo Tuesday, March 28, 3:45-5:45 p.m. Ivey Redmon Sports Complex, 788 Beeson Road, Kernersville