Have some storm drains around town caught your eye? There are a few with a pop of color and a lot of fun details on them. You'll see bright colors, raindrops, fish, flowers, the sun, buildings, and other elements that represent the environment and community.
We partnered with local artist, Sarahlaine Calva, to paint five storm drains. Their purpose is to bring more awareness to the impacts water pollution can have on waterways in our area. It's important that only rain goes down drains – not trash and other litter.
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Sarahlaine completed murals in 2018-19 at these locations:
- Intersection of Lenoir Street and Chavis Way
- Nash Square Park
- North Hills Drive between Dixon Drive and Northclift Drive
- Peterson Street right before Walnut Creek Wetland Center
- Intersection of Sutton Drive and Smallwood Drive
These drains are an important part of the stormwater system. They carry stormwater from streets to streams throughout Raleigh.