County Seeks Residents’ Input on Reducing Pollution from Rain Water Runoff

Online survey available until June 9

Charles County is dedicated to keeping our local watersheds and waterways free from runoff pollution to help maintain healthy and productive ecosystems. Residents, businesses, and county government all play a role in creating an environment that is safe and healthy for everyone. The county is seeking input from Charles County residents on ways to reduce the pollution entering waterways from rain water runoff.

Between now and Sunday, June 9, Charles County residents are encouraged to take the online survey. Your input is crucial to helping the county create an outreach and education program that makes a significant difference in our communities. Each resident completing the survey will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 VISA® gift card as a thank you for participating.

To take the survey, click here . Results of the survey will be shared with the public on the county’s website at We look forward to getting your feedback!

For more information, contact Rachel O’Shea at 301-396-5237 or Citizens with special needs may contact the Maryland Relay Service at 711, or Relay Service TDD: 800-735-2258.