April 09, 2024
News Release Thumbnail We’d like your input!  Pasco County’s Department of Public Works is launching a major project to update our Stormwater Master Plan which will identify stormwater areas of concern – as well as strategies and projects to help reduce flooding and improve drainage across unincorporated areas in Pasco County.

Have ideas? We’d love to hear from you!

We have two upcoming opportunities for you to provide input to the Stormwater Master Plan Update project. You can contribute by attending one of these sessions:

WHAT: Westside Public Input Session

WHERE: West Pasco Government Center
Boardroom | 1st Floor
8731 Citizens Drive
New Port Richey

WHEN: Tuesday, April 16
6 – 8 p.m.

WHAT: Eastside Public Input Session

WHERE: Historic Pasco County Courthouse
Boardroom | 2nd Floor 
37918 Meridian Avenue
Dade City

WHEN: Tuesday, April 23
6 – 8 p.m.

“It’s important we receive thorough feedback from the public on our Stormwater Master Plan,” says Public Works Director Jason Mickel. “We’re working hard to improve stormwater quality and reduce flooding, and these input sessions allow us the opportunity to fulfill that endeavor through community member concerns and suggestions.”

Can’t attend in person?  Submit your ideas online! Take our online survey, and learn more about the project, by visiting: mypasco.net/swmp

To learn more about Pasco County Public Works, visit Pasco County Public Works or call 727-834-3611, ext. 1015.