Friends of Yellow Creek to Collect Bath Stormwater Information
The Friends of Yellow Creek (FOYC) are conducting a survey of Bath residents to collect information on stormwater-related problems and damage throughout Bath Township. The information you provide will be compiled and presented to the Bath Township Trustees and Service Department. The township is working in conjunction with the Summit County Engineer to help them set priorities for the Summit County Engineer’s Surface Water Management District program. For more information on the Surface Water Management District, please visit their website at www. summitengineer.net/services/surface-water-management.
The survey linked below asks residents to relate the effect of stormwater on their and neighboring properties. The survey from property owners will help paint a more complete picture of where stormwater problems occur in Bath. The FOYC are concerned that unless thorough information is collected from Bath residents, many important areas affected by stormwater will go unrecognized and never receive attention. Please be aware that while the Yellow Creek watershed encompasses the majority of Bath Township, your property may be located in the Rocky River, Furnace Run, Schocalog Run, or the Cuyahoga River watershed. The most comprehensive understanding of the impacts of stormwater is needed to help the township and county set priorities for the available resources to benefit Bath Township.
Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey on stormwater problems in Bath Township. Once you finish, save a copy to your computer, then attach to an email to email@example.com.
Thank you for your input. If you have questions or comments on this survey please contact the FOYC by email or leave a message at the township office (330-666-4007) and someone will get back to you.