• Jeannie Bartlett

Improve Water Quality from your Home

Franklin County Stormwater just published a beautifully-illustrated, easy-to-use website full of clear, helpful information to help people improve water quality and reduce runoff from their home or other properties. You can understand the issues, as well as solutions ranging from picking up pet waste and adjusting your winter salting to overhauling your septic system or driveway. Additional videos, guidance, and workshops will be released throughout this winter. Visit the site as fcsvt.org, call 524-5958, or follow them on facebook @fcsvt.org.


Franklin County Stormwater is a joint project of the Northwest Regional Planning Commission and St. Albans City and Town.


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