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Our green street planters can get clogged, littered with trash, or need maintenance. If you notice a problem with a green street planter, please notify us. We welcome your help in keeping our rivers and streams clean.
Please report sewer-related odors to us. Do you smell a foul odor from the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant? Does a storm drain, manhole, or green street seem to have a sewer smell?
If you have a sewer backup in your home or business or you notice sewage being released into the environment, call us to report it.
Call our hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week to report pollution or spills. For example: if someone is washing paint down a storm drain, or if you see a strange discharge coming from a pipe.
Many invasive plant species are harmful to habitats and the environment. The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) can help with removal of certain invasive plants. See a list of the plant species we can help with in the instructions below. If you find any of these plants, please report them.
Have questions about your drinking water quality? Want to report discolored water, water that tastes or smells bad, water pressure that's too high or too low, or no water at the tap? Our water quality specialists can help!
Is something wrong with your water service? See a leak in the street? Call us 24 hours a day.
If you're a business owner, operator, or tenant located in the Columbia South Shore Well Field, you can find the required hazardous materials reporting resources here.
Your response to this survey will help us identify areas where sewers have backed up into basements or areas where groundwater has seeped into basements. This information helps Environmental Services plan future projects.