Stormwater Services

Abilene Stormwater Services

Stormwater Services works to promote stewardship of Abilene's lakes, creeks, and drainage ways while maintaining compliance with federal, state, and local stormwater regulations.

Stormwater Services also inspects construction sites and industrial facilities, develops educational outreach, and manages the City's Municipal Separate Storm System (MS4).

  1. Scheduled Projects
  2. Completed Projects

Scheduled Projects for October 22-29, 2021

Creek Channel Maintenance

  • Catclaw Creek from N.6th to Danville

Drainage Easement Maintenance

  • Vineyard Detention Pond, 

  • Drain off Antilley between Bulldog &  Catclaw Creek

  • Drain off Antilley between Twin Oaks & Lantana

Mowing/Tree Trimming

  • Roadways: Maple, Berry, Lake Side, S.21st, S.27th, Oldham, Industrial, FM 707, Hwy 351, Buffalo Gap
  • Drains: 234 Portland, 800-900 Block Sunset, Bickley Treeline, Trails End, Hospital Drive, S.15th between Oak & Pecan, 3432 Amarillo, 4401 Crawford, Baylor
  • Creeks: Elm
  • Detention Ponds: Great Waters & Many Waters, Bunny Run, Gateway, Industrial, Swift Water & Coyote Run

Street Sweeping

  • Central Business District: N. 2nd, N. 3rd, N. 4th, N. 5th, N. 6th, N. 7th, N. 8th, Hickory, Cedar, Cypress, Walnut, Chestnut, Oak, Sycamore 
  • Arterials: Pine, Grape, N. 10th, Ambler, Butternut, Pioneer

  • N3: N.2nd, N.5th, 

  • S1: Aztec, Corsicana, Lamesa, Ruidosa, Durango, Encino, Questa, 

Vegetation Management

  • Grids: S17, S25

Recent Street Sweeping Activity