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Natural drainage systems slow stormwater and filter out pollutants before they can harm our creeks and other waterways. Keeping pollutants out of our water is important for fish, aquatic life, and people.
Building a natural drainage system in Longfellow Creek basin is part of the Plan to Protect Seattle's Waterways. SPU used to call these "roadside rain gardens" but now calls them "natural drainage systems" or "NDS"
Longfellow Creek Natural Drainage Systems Drop-in Session
When: October 25th from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
30th Ave SW and SW Barton Street
24th Ave SW and SW Kenyon
Re-introduce the project purpose and need.
Provide an opportunity for community members to talk one-on-one with the project team and help inform project design.
For more information, or if you can’t make it to the drop-in session, contact Jonathan Brown.
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700 5th Ave.
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