Looking north along St. Andrew's Road (Orange County Route 85) from NY 52 east of Walden, NY, USA after Hurricane Irene led to nearby Tin Brook flooding, 28 August 2011.
Image by Daniel Case

Flooding in Walden, NY after Hurricane Irene, 28 August 2011.

Panorama showing flood of Wooster Memorial Grove Park, Walden, NY, USA, by Tin Brook (which surrounds it) after Hurricane Irene, 28 August 2011.
Image by Daniel Case

Flooding of Wooster Memorial Grove Park, Walden, NY after Hurricane Irene,

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Blue Neils

Saratoga County Intermunicipal Stormwater Ma​nagement Program

Into each life a little rain must fall...Where it goes once it has fallen is everybody’s business.

To better manage our water resources, and the comprehensive requirements of the N Y S Department of Environmental Conservation Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit Program, Saratoga County via Cornell Cooperative Extension ( CCE) has implemented a regional approach through the Saratoga County Inter-Municipal Stormwater Management Program.

The goals of the program are to educate effected communities and Municipal Governments about the new Federal Regulations governing local stormwater management & non-point source pollution and to find the best solutions available to meet the challenge of protecting our water resources.

Remember, stormwater pollution affects us all, as members of a community, the program will look to your community, as well, for real solutions to better address stormwater management and protect our water resources. 

Participating MS4 Municipalities

  • Ballston
  • Ballston Spa
  • Charlton
  • Clifton Park
  • Greenfield
  • Halfmoon
  • Malta
  • Mechanicville
  • Milton
  • Moreau
  • Round Lake
  • Saratoga County
  • Saratoga Springs
  • South Glens Falls
  • Stillwater
  • Waterford
  • Wilton

Go to the Saratoga County Inter-Municipal Stormwater website for all the details

Contact

Blue Neils
Stormwater Management
brn5@cornell.edu

Last updated November 7, 2019