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What does the stormwater program do?
The stormwater program is charged with the maintenance and improvement of the County's stormwater systems located within the public rights of way. These systems consist of storm drains, catch basins, underground pipes, open channels, culverts and creeks.

Stormwater Management

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1. What kind of services does the Stormwater Management Division provide?
2. What does the stormwater program do?
3. What are the goals of Pasco County's stormwater program?
4. Do I have to call Stormwater Management to put in a stormwater work request?
5. How do I know if the flood gates in a community are open during a heavy rain?
6. How soon can I expect to see improvements for flooding issues in my area?
7. There are workers in front of my house (Stormwater/Public Works vehicle). What are they doing?
8. Why didn't Stormwater Management let us know about this work/project in our neighborhood?
9. When are you going to finish this stormwater project?
10. Why do I have to be pre-inspected if I have a FDEP permit?
11. Why does the County have to pre-inspect my construction site?
12. I want to request a construction pre-inspection.
13. What do I need to have on site for a pre-inspection?
14. Where does water pollution come from?
15. Does the County have an ordinance regarding illicit discharge?
16. Is there a fine for illicit discharges?
17. What is stormwater runoff?
18. Why is stormwater runoff a problem?