Stormwater Presents Speaker Series:
The Water Source Project – Identifying Drinking Water Sources in Olmsted County
Contact: Megan Moeller
Communications Coordinator, Public Works Department
The goal of the Water Source Project is to identify the water source for each residential and business address in Olmsted County. Knowing water sources is especially critical during emergency responses. Each address is linked to the Unique# of a well contained in the online Minnesota Well Index (MWI) or to a community water supply. If the address is served by a private well not currently in the MWI, information is gathered on the well location and construction. Sources of well information include County records, contact with well owners, and if needed, site visits.
Presentation by Terry Lee, Water Resources Manager for Olmsted County Environmental Resources
Date: April 25, 2017
Place: Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota – Cascade Meadow
2900 19th Street NW, Rochester, MN 55901
Cost: Free. No reservations are necessary.
The Stormwater Presents Speaker Series is a monthly program featuring topics related to stormwater management in the City of Rochester. This program is FREE of charge and no registrations are required. All presentations are held in Rochester at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota - Cascade Meadow (2900 - 19th Street NW).
All programs are subject to change. Full presentation descriptions and up-to-date information can be found atwww.rochesterstormwater.com