Located in the heart of Central Texas, The City of Nolanville is a growing,
vibrant community that maintains a small town atmosphere.
We strive to live up to our motto of "A Great Place to Live".
Funding provided in part by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality through a Clean Water Act Section 319(h) grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Nolan Creek is used for recreation and to collect floodwater however, it is classified as impaired by bacteria and nutrients and contamination source(s) such as E.coli, nitrite/nitrate, phosphorus, & septic systems. Since Nolan Creeks classification the City of Nolanville and the surrounding communities of Nolan Creek have continued to develop plans to improve the water quality and find the source(s) of the pollution. Though Nolan Creek is not a drinking source it is important that we take care of it so we can continue to use it for recreation and ensure that our local aquatic and wildlife have a flourishing environment to live in.
What is LID?
What are the Types of LID Practices?
Why are LID Practices Important?
Where can you find examples of LID Practices in Nolanville?
Want to learn more about stormwater & Nolan Creek? Check out the calendar to find when we are having meetings, workshops, & going out to the field for water quality testing.
See the calendar below for upcoming events.
For more information or to schedule an event outside of the dates below contact Valencia Ramirez at email@example.com
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