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Stormwater is any runoff from rain or snow melt that drains into the Town’s drainage systems and ultimately ends up in groundwater, ponds, streams and/or wetland resource areas.
As rain or snowmelt flows over paved surfaces it carries with it any pollutants such as oils, fertilizer, sand, and trash. Unlike sanitary sewer, stormwater is not treated. The pollutants will eventually enter groundwater, ponds, streams and / or wetland resource areas and can contaminate drinking water supplies, fish and wildlife habitat.