Welcome to the Stormwater Management Home Page

Mission Statement:

Provide our customers with reliable and quality service at an affordable rate while protecting public health, natural resources, and receiving waters while and producing high quality effluent that meets or exceeds local, state, and federal standards.

The Storm Drainage System—The Source of Storm Water and its Destination

Storm water is water from rainfall that flows over land into the City’s drainage system.  The drainage system includes:

  • Over 750 catch basins
  • 50 manholes
  • Over 12 miles of conveyance lines
  • Over 8 miles of open ditches

In addition to this constructed stormwater system, NormandyPark includes parts of four creek basins and over 4 miles of stream channel in:

Stormwater runoff and groundwater affect water quality, water quantity, and habitat in these streams.  This in turn affects fish, birds, and wildlife.  There also is stormwater that flows directly into Puget Sound from areas of the city close to the marine shoreline.

Regardless of how it gets there, stormwater from Normandy Park influences the overall health of Puget Sound.

We Need Your Help
Everything that enters our constructed or natural drainage system finds its way into Puget Sound. Please do your part to preserve water quality and protect the environment for today and for future generations:

Thanks for doing your part to help keep the city of Normandy Park and Puget Sound clean, healthy, and beautiful!