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Finance Department (1)

No, it is a utility fee just like your water or electric bills, and is therefore not tax deductible.

Public Works (5)

Options include installing a rain garden or hiring a contractor to install a small yard drain in the area where the water ponds and pipe it out to the street. Franklin County Soil & Water Conservation District may also offer other solutions: 1404 Goodale Blvd., Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43212. Phone: 614-586-9613 or www.franklinswcd.org/backyard-conservation/

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

Call the Public Works Division at 614-583-5350 during office hours of Monday-Friday, 7 am -3:30 pm. If you have an after-hours emergency, please call 614-459-2800.

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

Pour several gallons of water in all basement floor drains, run water in any unused sinks and shower stalls, and flush any unused toilets. These fixtures should have built in traps (“U” shaped pipes), designed to hold water and act as a barrier to prevent sewer gases from entering the home.

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

Storm sewers drain directly to streams which empty into the Scioto or Olentangy rivers, therefore chemicals are not filtered out before reaching natural waterways.

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

The stormwater fee is used to repair and maintain the City’s existing stormwater system. It is not designed to make improvements on private property.

Solid Waste (1)

No, it is a utility fee just like your water or electric bills, and is therefore not tax deductible.

Stormwater (7)

Options include installing a rain garden or hiring a contractor to install a small yard drain in the area where the water ponds and pipe it out to the street. Franklin County Soil & Water Conservation District may also offer other solutions: 1404 Goodale Blvd., Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43212. Phone: 614-586-9613 or www.franklinswcd.org/backyard-conservation/

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

The benefits are not site specific. Run-off from your property combines with that from other lots, accumulating to become part of the problem downstream. Benefits are gained throughout the City by minimizing the flooding of roads, intersections, and downstream properties.

No, it is a utility fee just like your water or electric bills, and is therefore not tax deductible.

Call the Public Works Division at 614-583-5350 during office hours of Monday-Friday, 7 am -3:30 pm. If you have an after-hours emergency, please call 614-459-2800.

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

Pour several gallons of water in all basement floor drains, run water in any unused sinks and shower stalls, and flush any unused toilets. These fixtures should have built in traps (“U” shaped pipes), designed to hold water and act as a barrier to prevent sewer gases from entering the home.

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

Storm sewers drain directly to streams which empty into the Scioto or Olentangy rivers, therefore chemicals are not filtered out before reaching natural waterways.

Categories: Public Works, Stormwater

The stormwater fee is used to repair and maintain the City’s existing stormwater system. It is not designed to make improvements on private property.

Utility Billing (3)

The benefits are not site specific. Run-off from your property combines with that from other lots, accumulating to become part of the problem downstream. Benefits are gained throughout the City by minimizing the flooding of roads, intersections, and downstream properties.

No, it is a utility fee just like your water or electric bills, and is therefore not tax deductible.

The stormwater fee is used to repair and maintain the City’s existing stormwater system. It is not designed to make improvements on private property.

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