Stormwater Management

Public Cooperation Information

Stormwater from our community is transferred directly from our inlets and ditches to our lakes, streams, and rivers. Stormwater effectively accumulates and transfers pollutants. 

Sources of these pollutants include:
  • Changing motor-oil on impervious driveways
  • Improperly disposing leftover paint and household chemicals
  • Lawn-chemicals
  • Leaking trash containers
  • Littering
  • Operating vehicles that leak fluids
  • Pet-waste
  • Washing cars on pavement

Collaborative Effort

Citizen cooperation is necessary to ensure that the City of Fremont is doing its part to make our nation a beautiful and safe place for future generations.

The Best Management Practices for Construction Sites brochure contains examples and information to help contractors understand the requirements. 

The following links provide information about runoff pollution sources and the necessary steps needed to avoid the spilling of these pollutants into our streams and rivers:
NDEQ Image Nebraska H2O ProgramU.S. EPA NPDES Stormwater Program  

Contact Us

To report any possible violations, please contact:
Veronica Trujillo
Civil Engineer

Municipal Building
400 E. Military Avenue, 3rd Floor
Fremont, NE  68025

Ph: 402.727.2636
Fx: 402.727.2659