Woodhaven-Brownstown School District
Learning and Leading for Tomorrow
The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District is a participating member of the Alliance of Downriver Watersheds. The function of the Alliance is to coordinate and facilitate the study, development, preparation, and timely filing of Watershed Management Plans and the management of the area’s water recourses. The major watercourses within the ADW that drain to the Detroit River and Lake Erie include the Ecorse Creek, Sexton Kilfoil Drain, Frank and Poet Drain, Blakely Drain, Brownstown Creek, Huron River, Silver Creek and Woods Creek. The District as well as the other agencies that make up the ADW meet on a regular basis and work together to cooperatively manage the rivers, lakes and streams within the watershed. Examples of efforts include long-term water quality monitoring, stormwater permit compliance and reporting to the State, submittal of grant applications for water quality improvements, and public education.
For information on activities related to the Watershed, District Storm Water Management Plan, or Storm Water Management Plan Comment Submission, please visit: Storm Water Management Plan and Comment Submission, Huron River Watershed Council, Gudith Grow Zone, Chemistry and Flow Monitoring, or ADW News.
After the Storm: A Citizen's Guide to Understanding Stormwater
What You Can Do to Protect Water Quality
SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Government)
Alliance of Downriver Watersheds
The Wayne County 24-Hour Environmental HotlineThe Wayne County 24-Hour Environmental Hotline or call 1-888-223-2363
The Woodhaven Brownstown School District Stormwater Management Plan(SWMP) and permit No: MI0060064 is also available to the public for viewing at the WBSD Transportation and Support Services building.