Protecting the public's health and safety is a commitment in the City of Port St. Lucie, and so is protecting our environment and our waterways.
One approach applied to support that commitment is protecting the ground water and surface water of our area. There are several forms of pollution that can damage our fragile ecosystem, to name a few, they include turbid (dirty or cloudy) water being released from construction sites, oil spills, heavy metals from runoff of roads, and trash and debris being dumped into our stormwater system (inlets, swales, drainage right of ways, and canals).
Help us keep our water supply, estuaries, rivers, and lakes healthy and safe by contacting our stormwater pollution hotline and reporting any illicit (unlawful) discharges into the stormwater system throughout our city.
Please be prepared to give the following information if possible: source of pollution, location of problem, responsible party if known, date and time.
You can call the hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week.