You can get involved to help protect water quality. You can volunteer to Adopt-A-Stream or Mark Storm Drains in your neighborhood or you can invite a speaker to your next meeting. Contact the City of Winston-Salem's Stormwater Division.
The Adopt-A-Stream program is a cooperative venture between the Stormwater Division and Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful. Families, groups, neighborhood associations, scout troops, and business groups can all volunteer to Adopt-A-Stream.
To volunteer, use the Stormwater Volunteer Form.
Current Adopt-A-Stream groups include the following:
- Ardmore Baptist Church
- Boy Scout Troop 926
- Centenary UMC Environmental Council
- Cub Scout pack 779
- Epiphany Lutheran FLY Youth Group
- Happy Hill Community
- Kidd Family
- Knollwood Baptist Church
- Madison Park
- Olsen Family
- Philip O'Brate
- Salem Academy & College
- Summit School 8th Grade
- Town & Country Recreation Center
- Van Davis Aveda Lifestyle Salon & Day Spa
- Wake Forest University
- Whole Foods
Adopt-A-Stream Forms and Information
Storm Drain Marker Program
Storm Drain Marking can be done by anyone! Volunteers mark storm drains in their neighborhoods or anywhere in the city where storm drains haven't been marked. In addition, volunteers place informational door hangers on neighborhood doors to let residents know about stormwater runoff pollution. This one-time activity is a powerful educational tool for our community.
To volunteer please use the volunteer form: Stormwater Volunteer Form
Invite a Speaker
The Stormwater/Erosion Control Program can make speakers available. Presentations can be made to community groups, businesses, for public events, and in the classroom to talk about stormwater pollution. We can staff a table filled with educational materials. These presentations can be customized to accomodate any time period you choose.
For more information on how you can protect water quality, invite a speaker to meet with your group.
Stormwater Request for a speaker