The City of Warson Woods and the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) would like everyone to do their best to keep water flowing in our area, prevent water damage, and help preserve the environment.
The City of Warson Woods, along with many other St. Louis County Municipalities, is a Co-Permittee for the St. Louis Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. MSD serves as the coordinating authority for this permit for St. Louis County municipalities. The following information is intended to educate our residents and provide useful tips on select topics. Public education on topics that will help achieve water quality standards on our receiving streams is one of our annual permit requirements. Please take the time to review this information.
Points of contact or references for further information on each topic are provided where appropriate.
These 12 useful tips can help keep the water flowing in our area, prevent water damage and help us preserve the environment:
- Storm Sewers and Sanitary Sewers in Warson Woods
- Spring Cleaning – Disposal of Household Hazardous Waste
- Lawn Care – Application of Fertilizers and Pesticides
- Rain Gardens and Rainscape Rebates through Deer Creek Alliance
- Plant Trees for Energy Conservation
- Pet Waste
- Rain Barrels
- What to Flush and What Not to Flush
- Keep Litter and Leaves out of Storm Drains
- Disposal of Medications
- Fats, Oils, and Greases in your Garbage Disposal
- Residential Sewer Lateral Maintenance and Warson Woods Sewer Lateral Program