Dayton's storm drain mural project keeps on making a difference and getting noticed: http://ow.ly/HPnh30iU8BG
Just in time for your weekend yard work! The City of Dayton operates three drop-off sites for your yard's green debris. And it's FREE. Branches, leaves, clippings, etc., no plastic bags or garbage, please. Watch this quick video for more info: https://youtu.be/pbMXM1REC5I
Q: Where does your drinking water come from?
A: Dayton’s hidden treasure -- The Great Miami Buried Valley Aquifer.
This 1.5 trillion-gallon aquifer stretches across 13 counties in the Dayton region, providing clean water to Dayton, Montgomery County and beyond. This impressive aquifer was formed by the movement of glaciers and is made of sand and gravel deposits that are saturated with water. The sand and gravel form a natural filtration system, and the aquifer is recharged by water that seeps into the ground. The Dayton Department of Water pumps this water from the ground, treats it, and provides it to residents and businesses, abundantly, reliably and safely. More: www.daytonwater.org.
Family conflict to family conversation: The Dayton Mediation Center made a big difference for this area family. See their story here: https://youtu.be/GsiP-I4vfzE
Want to see how water happens? The Dayton Department of Water will offer tours* of a water treatment plant -- you can see how water is treated using the latest technology and processes to provide high quality, clean drinking water. If you are interested, please click here:
*Space is limited to 10 people per tour.
The Dayton Water Department offers lab services to help you ensure your water meets all applicable quality and health standards. Learn more: http://www.daytonohio.gov/DocumentCenter/View/1935
The Dayton Water Department "tends" to our water system's infrastructure by replacing 800 miles of pipe per year to ensure our high quality water safely reaches your homes, businesses and schools.
This morning City employees teamed up with Crayons to Classrooms to distribute school supplies at Wogaman Middle School and Horace Mann Elementary. City employees raised nearly $12K which funded 800 school supply kits.
National Ground Water Awareness Week begins today! We will be highlighting the responsible development, management, and use of water all week.
Interested in volunteering for the May 9 2018 Dayton Children's Water Festival? Get info and contact us here: https://goo.gl/forms/Af0dLcLDjW7Ixrom2.