MS4 Partnership Survey
How would you rate the overall quality of the streams, ponds, lakes, etc. in Madison County?
Based on the following list, what do you believe is the largest source of pollution in Madison County?
Activities from industry/businesses
Wastewater from the sewage treatment
Runoff from impervious surfaces (roof tops, parking lots, etc.)
Residential septic systems
Choose one of the following to describe where storm water goes after a storm event:
Sewage/wastewater treatment plant
A treatment plant specifically designed to treat storm water
Nearby fields and yards
The nearest waterway
Do not know
Did you know that the MCSWQP has a Storm Water Hotline that citizens can call to report storm water pollution, erosion problems or ask questions?
Do you recall seeing any literature, newspaper articles, television and radio advertisements, etc. promoting storm water education from the MCSWQP?
When you mow your grass or rake leaves, what do you do with the grass clippings or leaves?
Collect clippings and leaves and place in the garbage
Leave clippings on the grass or spread them in the yard
Compost clippings and leaves
How often do you fertilize your lawn?
Monthly or every other month
Two to three times a year
Once a year
When washing your vehicle at home, where does the dirty wash water flow?
Onto the grass, dirt, or gravel
Into a storm drain, located in the street
I do not wash my vehicle at home
When changing your own oil or other vehicle fluids, how do you dispose of used fluids?
Place used fluids in the garbage
Pour used fluids down a storm drain, into the yard or into a ditch
Take it to be recycled
How often do you clean up your pet’s wastes from sidewalks, streets and yards?
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