Environmental Education

Protecting Our Waterways – It’s Up To You

Did you know that stormwater in the form of rainfall or snowmelt that flows over our yards, streets, parking lots, and buildings, enters our storm system and directly into a lake or stream – Untreated?

Our water resources are one of the most important assets to our community. Creeks, streams, drains, and ditches stretch across St. Clair County and carry water to the Black River, Pine River, Belle River, Clinton River, St. Clair River, Lake Huron and Anchor Bay. Protection of these water resources is essential to quality of life especially as the County’s and Township’s population continues to grow.

Port Huron Township participates in a regional effort with the St. Clair County Health Department, Road Commission, Drain Commission, and local communities to protect our waterways and educate our residents and businesses on storm water management and ways You can protect our environment.

 St. Clair County Health Department Water Quality Survey

The survey form is not fillable when you click on the link. To complete the form, click on the link. In the upper right click on "Open with different viewer". It will automatically default to "save". Click ok. It will then download to your computer. Click on the download arrow and the form will open up and can then be completed. Click submit when done. The form can also be printed, completed and dropped off at the Township. Thank you.

It’s Easy As Seven Simple Steps

1. Help keep pollution out of storm drains
2. Fertilize caringly and sparingly
3. Carefully store and dispose of household cleaners, chemicals, and oil
4. Clean up after your pet
5. Practice good car care
6. Choose earth-friendly landscaping
7. Save water

Remember, it’s Ours to Protect! Please take the time to review the items below to learn more.

Additional Information and Links

 Car Care
Drinking Water Tips
 Fats, Oil & Grease
 Household Hazardous Waste
 Landscaping for Water Quality
 Leaf Mulching
 MS4 Permit - For questions or comments regarding the Township’s MS4 Permit, please contact our Stormwater Consultant, Laura Gruzwalski at 248-681-7800 or email.
 Native Shrubs
 No Wipes in the Pipes
 Pet Waste and Clean Water
 Rain Barrel Tips
RV Dump Stations
 Salt Smart
Salt Use
 SCCHD Pollution Hotline
SEMCOG Protect Our Waterways
 Spring/Summer Lawn Care