Stormwater Services promotes stewardship of the lakes, creeks and drainage ways through Abilene, and works to maintain regulatory compliance with applicable federal, state, and local stormwater regulations.  The division performs inspections on Abilene’s construction sites and industrial facilities, educational outreach, and maintenance on the City’s Municipal Separate Storm System or MS4.

Save Our Waterways

 Links to Master Drainage Plan presented to City Council:

Stormwater Master Drainage Plan Final - Presented to Council October 25,2018

Stormwater Master Drainage Plan Draft - Presented to Council November 14th, 2017

Weekly Scheduled Projects

December 13 - 20, 2019

Creek Channel Maintenance

  • Catclaw Creek between High Meadows and Danville
  • Elm Creek Overflow Channel at Nugent
  • Catclaw Creek at S. 27th

Drainage Easement Maintenance

  • North end of Russel Drain
  • Drain at 2526 Shoreline
  • Hastings Drain & Bridge Decks
  • Detention Ponds:
    • Grape Street
    • Randy
    • Indian Wells

Mowing/Tree Trimming

  • Maple St from Loop 322 to FM 707
  • CR 111 from Maple to FM1750
  • Hardison from Maple to FM1750
  • Oldham Lane South to County Line
  • Detention Ponds:
    • Cotton Candy
    • Lone Star
    • Swift Water

Street Sweeping

  • Central Business District - Cedar, Cypress, N. 4th , N. 2nd , N. 3rd , N. 5th , N. 6th , Walnut, Ash, Sycamore, Cherry, S. 6th , S. 3rd , S. 4th
  • Arterials - N. 1st, Pine, S. 11th , Sayles, Barrow
  • N8 - E.N. 11th , E.N. 12th , E.N. 14th , E.N. 13th , College, Campus
  • S3 - S. 5th , S. 6th
  • S25 - Beall, Hearne, Scooter, Sally, Wee Hunt, Vita, Thompson, Dee Ann, Ruby Ester