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 February 21 - 28, 2020

Creek Channel Maintenance

  • Catclaw Creek between High Meadows and Danville
  • Catclaw Creek from N. 3rd to N. 1st
  • Elm Creek Overflow Channel
  • Cedar Creek between E.S. 5th & Hwy 80

Drainage Easement Maintenance

  • Westlake Rd, Morrow and Griffith Rd
  • Paint Brush, Morrow and Young
  • Huckleberry, Drain at 1633 New Castle
  • Bickley and Sunset

Mowing/Tree Trimming

  • Chachalaca Lay out Land and Drainage
  • Little ELm Creek North to Hartford

Street Sweeping

  • Central Business District - Ash, N. 7th, Cedar, Hickory, Pecan, Sycamore, S. 6th, Oak, Chestnut, Walnut, N. 2nd, N. 6th, Cypress, Plum, Mesquite, N. 3rd
  • Arterials - S. 11th, Sayles, N. 1st, S. 7th, S. 27th, Pine
  • S5 - Luzon, Professor Buanuin, Sunrise, Hailey, Yeomans, Clinton, Chaucer, Seamans
  • S25 - Todd Run, Rusty, Summerwood, Tradition, Stadium, Dynasty, Twin Oaks, Halley, Prodigy, Live Oak, Honor Roll, Lantana, Milestone, Velta, Ryan, Red Yucca