The City of Saint Peter’s Stormwater Utility is committed to the preservation and enhancement of our citizens’ quality of life through water quality improvement, drainage infrastructure management, flood hazard minimizations, and public awareness.
Stormwater is water from rain or melting snow that does not soak into the ground. Instead, it flows from rooftops, across paved areas, and through sloped lawns. As stormwater moves across these surfaces, it can pick up and carry along pollutants such as: Chemicals, Grease, Oil, Sediment, Yard and Pet Waste.
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Open House - Wednesday, March 8, 2023, from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the Saint Peter Room located at the Community Center at 600 South Fifth Street.
- Concrete Washout Brochure (PDF)
- Erosion and Sediment Control Brochure (PDF)
- Good Cleaning Practices - Auto Repair Industry (PDF)
- Hazardous Materials In Your Home Brochure (PDF)
- Leave it on the Lawn Brochure (PDF)
- Minnesota River Is Closer Than You Think (PDF)
- Pet Waste Brochure (PDF)
- Phosphorus Runoff (PDF)
- Why all the fuss about stormwater now?
- What is stormwater runoff?
- What is polluted runoff?
- What is nonpoint source pollution?
- What causes polluted stormwater runoff?
- Why do we need to manage stormwater and polluted runoff?
- How is stormwater and runoff "managed"?
- If it only affects streams and creeks, why should I care?
- What is a stormwater fee and why do I have one?
- How does this benefit the average taxpayer?