Waterwise Wednesday: Leafy Tips

Precautionary tips since the leaves are falling …

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1. Check and clear the gutters for leaves, if you haven’t already. Leaves can clog both street and building gutters, quickly causing flooding and water damage.

2. Wet leaves can be a slipping or fall hazard on sidewalks and curbs, so move leaves back to the yard or garden from the gutter.

3. Piles of leaves are fun to jump in, but also great habitat for beetles, mites, and other insects – and the animals that feed on them. So look before leaping into the pile.

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Trickle Down Thursdays, Slow It Down and Soak It In

In an effort to better educate the public on Stormwater Management the City of Grand Island will be posting descriptions of how it complies with federal regulations every Thursday with a quick overview of their program. If you would like more information please go to the City specific website at Grand-island.com

Trickle Down Thursdays, Slow It Down and Soak It In

In an effort to better educate the public on Stormwater Management the City of Grand Island will be posting descriptions of how it complies with federal regulations every Thursday with a quick overview of their program. If you would like more information please go to the City specific website at Grand-island.com

Trickle Down Thursdays, Slow It Down and Soak It In

In an effort to better educate the public on Stormwater Management the City of Grand Island will be posting descriptions of how it complies with federal regulations every Thursday with a quick overview of their program. If you would like more information please go to the City specific website at Grand-island.com

Trickle Down Thursdays, Slow It Down and Soak It In

In an effort to better educate the public on Stormwater Management the City of Grand Island will be posting descriptions of how it complies with federal regulations every Thursday with a quick overview of their program. If you would like more information please go to the City specific website at Grand-island.com

Waterwise Wednesday: Shower Challenge

Can you take a two minute shower? South Africa’s top music artists recorded two-minute versions of some of their most popular songs to help Capetown resident’s stick to recommended two-minute shower. Check out the music and the website to see how well you can soap and sing at the same time.

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TAKE A LISTEN: SA’s biggest artists have cut down their top tracks so you can save water and stick to the recommended shower time of 2 minutes or less during the Cape’s water crisis.

Trickle Down Thursdays, Slow It Down and Soak It In

In an effort to better educate the public on Stormwater Management the City of Grand Island will be posting descriptions of how it complies with federal regulations every Thursday with a quick overview of their program. If you would like more information please go to the City specific website at Grand-island.com