Air & Water
Town of Addison Water & Wastewater — Find information on the safety of your drinking water, water conservation, 24-hour emergency service contacts and planned capital improvements to the Town water systems.
Conserve Water: Ask For A Glass –Get details of the Town’s program in which restaurant goers are urged to “Ask for a Glass” to help conserve drinking water.
Storm Water Pollution Prevention — Get details of the Town’s Household Hazardous Waste Program, Pet Waste Management, Mulching Program, Report it: Illegal Dumping/ Illicit Discharge and other programs that mitigate or help control damage from stormwater runoff.
Water-saving Options For Home Gardeners — You can’t control rainfall, but you can capture it, direct it and supplement it with conservative watering strategies. Here are some new (or newly revised) water-saving ideas for eco-minded veggie and flower gardeners.
Get More Tips on How to Protect Our Water Resources:
|Household Hazardous Waste Program
To find out how to dispose of household chemicals and products the responsible way, click here.
|Pet Waste Management
Pet waste is not only smelly and unsightly, but it is a health risk to pets and people in addition to being a water quality issue and against the law. When pet waste is improperly disposed of, it can be picked up by storm water runoff into storm drains or nearby water bodies. To find out more, click here.
Help the Town of Addison reduce our demand on natural resources while saving valuable landfill space through Addison’s recycling program. To see a more detailed list of recycling options please click here.
Mulch allows conservation of water by requiring less irrigation use for plants. The mulching process also requires less fertilizer due to the natural break down of the mulch. To have the Town pick up your extra yard clippings and make them into mulch used around in Town parks just call 972-450-2871 to schedule a pick up.
|Report it: Illegal Dumping/ Illicit Discharge
Help stop illegal dumping and illicit discharge! If you see it, report it to Addison’s City Engineer, Clay Barnett at 972-450-2857. Click here for more information on illegal dumping.
|After the Storm
To review a citizen’s guide to understanding Stormwater, click here.
Learn how to beautify your home with native “Smart” Landscaping that can attract native butterflies and hummingbirds, save dollars on your water bill and prevent an help reduce storm water pollution in Addison. Click here for more information.