Lexington County Storm Water Consortium

Objectives:

1. To create a model collaborative water quality education program in Lexington County that can be implemented throughout South Carolina and beyond.

2. To foster citizen involvement and encourage behavioral change

3. To achieve clean and healthy tributaries, rivers and ground waters throughout Lexington County

Upcoming Events

Oct
13
Thu
5:30 pm “Mutt Mingles” at Gibson Park @ Gibson Park
“Mutt Mingles” at Gibson Park @ Gibson Park
Oct 13 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
"Mutt Mingles" at Gibson Park @ Gibson Park | Lexington | South Carolina | United States
Dog lovers…Join Lexington County Stormwater Management, the City of Columbia and Richland County Stormwater Services for a fun, free and dog friendly family event on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at Gibson Park (241 Gibson Park Road, Lexington) from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.   This event features information, give-aways, games and prizes that will assist dog owners to help protect our local ...
Oct
15
Sat
9:00 am Regional Recycle Day – Lexington... @ Irmo High School
Regional Recycle Day – Lexington... @ Irmo High School
Oct 15 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Regional Recycle Day - Lexington/Richland County Event @ Irmo High School | Columbia | South Carolina | United States
Regional Recyle Day (October 15, 2016) provides a unique opportunity for residents of Lexington and Richland Counties to shred paper and recycle the following types of waste:     HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE PESTICIDES ELECTRONICS TIRES SCRAP METAL Guidelines for identifying acceptable items for this event can be found on the Lexington County Solid Waste website under recycling:  Click here   ...
Oct
28
Fri
9:00 am “Build Your Own Rain Barrel” Wor... @ Lexington County EMS Training Building
“Build Your Own Rain Barrel” Wor... @ Lexington County EMS Training Building
Oct 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
"Build Your Own Rain Barrel" Workshop @ Lexington County EMS Training Building | Lexington | South Carolina | United States
This workshop is a great opportunity to own a rain barrel.  The fun begins with  Stormwater 101, Rainwater Harvesting and How to Build a Rain Barrel classs at the EMS Training facility  at 407  Ball Park Road in Lexington.  The experience culminates in the garages of the Public Works building across the road at 440 Ball Park Road where you will have ...

Goal:

We will strive to enhance and support healthy, fishable and swimmable waterways in Lexington County through public education and stakeholder collaboration.