Stormwater Public Education & Outreach

Puget Sound is in trouble. . .

You are the solution. Together, we can fix it.

Edmonds enjoys just over 5 miles of shoreline on Puget Sound. The city itself covers nearly 9 square miles.

The vast majority of rainfall and snowmelt in the city results in flowing stormwater as it moves downhill by way of a few natural streams and a large network of over 8000 storm drains and underground pipes.

This drainage system ends at several points on the Sound, carrying with it any pollutants picked up along the way. Many of the city residents may be unknowingly adding to this pollution through common everyday activities like driving our vehicles or working in one's yard.

The Puget Sound Starts Here awareness campaign makes the connection between common activities and the health of the Sound and offers ways for us to be part of the solution in making the Sound cleaner.


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Puget Sounds Starts Here

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FAQ

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Low Impact Development

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Storm Drain Stenciling

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Streamside Stewardship

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Outreach Resources

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Car Washing in Edmonds

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Auto Leaks Program

Contact Stormwater NPDES

Long Range Planning
Stormwater Construction Projects
Mike De Lilla, P.E.
Senior Utilities Engineer
(425) 771-0220, x1320
mike.delilla@edmondswa.gov

NPDES Compliance
Stormwater Outreach & Education
Stormwater Facility Inspections
Patrick Johnson
Stormwater Technician
(425) 771-0220, x1322
[email protected]


Public Works Engineering Division
City Hall - Second Floor

121 5th Ave N
Edmonds, WA 98020

Phone: (425) 771-0220
Fax: (425) 672-5750
[email protected]

Public Hours:
In-person – walk-ins and appointments
10:00am to 2:00pm M-F
Telephone/Video Conferencing/Email
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F

Closed Weekends and Holidays

Engineering Capital Project Staff
Engineering Development Staff