* 1. How familiar are you with the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit and Program

* 2. Can polluted stormwater runoff affect our quality of lakes, rivers, and wetlands?

* 3. Would grass clippings, leaves, silt, dirt and sand be considered pollutants of stormwater runoff?

* 4. Do you know what illicit discharge is?

* 5. Are you aware that during construction activities the use of properly placed erosion and sediment control devices such as silt fencing, bio-logs, berms, sod, mulch, and blanket can keep our storm sewers free of sediment and thus protect our valuable water resources?

* 6. In your experiences, which medium is the best way(s) to effectively reach the general public in Fairmont?

  Not Effective Somewhat Effective Very Effective
Printed Material (brochures, pamphlets, guidance documents, etc..)
Utility Bill Insert
City Newsletter
Newspaper Articles
City Cable Channel
Booth (Fair, Trade Shows, Conferences)

* 7. Which of the following activities do you typically do that could help water quality? (select all that apply)

* 8. Which MS4 Program Minimum Control Measures do you feel the City can improve upon, if any?

* 9. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the most important, how important is the water quality of our lakes, streams, and wetlands within the City of Fairmont to you?

i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

* 10. Specifically, what Stormwater Management recommendations do you have for the City?