The goal of this site is to provide a comprehensive data resource, eventually covering the State of Florida, that helps citizens and scientists alike make informed decisions concerning our vital water resources.
Pinellas County's new fertilizer ordinance is intended to protect the quality of surface waters that receive discharge from our stormdrain system. It regulates landscape maintenance practices and the sale and use of fertilizers containing nitrogen and/or phosphorus within Pinellas County. Click here to find out more »
The best way to protect water quality is to avoid polluting it in the first place. Learn what steps you can take on your property to prevent contamination of stormwater runoff. Click here to find out more »
Adopt-A-Pond helps residents learn to restore and maintain their neighborhood stormwater ponds by providing the resources and expertise they need to successfully do so. Click here to find out more »
Explore each of our nine watersheds by learning about interesting places within them. Read about the experiences of others, and see their photos. Have a favorite place? Tell your story here!