Stormwater Management is a city program (not department) that encompasses several city departments. The program's mission is to maintain natural and man-made drainage ways in free-flowing condition, reduce the risk of localized storm water flooding, educate our residents and businesses, reduce stormwater pollution as required by Federal law, as well as to manage floodplain development and the municipal drainage utility system.
The City of Garland is actively working to reduce pollution sources, not only for today, but also for the generations to come.
Current Contest - Feed the Soil not the Creeks! Entries due April 2, 2019.
Cash prizes for students & schools!
Middle and High school students are invited to enter, see rules for eligibility and contest information, please read carefully.