The City of St. Cloud has developed a Stormwater Resilience and Flood Mitigation plan for the 850-acre Pantown Neighborhood area. The neighborhood has several known areas that experience flooding. The plan identifies causes of flooding and proposes implementation strategies and solutions to mitigate flooding issues.
We want your feedback regarding the final plan and proposed concepts, drainage issues, when and where localized flooding occurs, and how it affects your property and adjacent streets.
Visit the Pantown Stormwater Resilience and Flood Mitigation Plan Storymap
Visit our storymap to learn more about the Pantown Neighborhood and what the Plan entails.
Please Contact Us
If you have stormwater or localized flooding concerns, or feedback on the Pantown Neighborhood Report, please call the Stormwater Department at 320-255-7226 or email the stormwater department.
Ways to Prevent Localized Flooding or High Water Levels
Gutters and Downspouts
Clear leaves and other debris from your gutters on a regular basis.
Make sure downspout is pointed away from your home's foundation. You can also extend the downspout outlet to move water farther away from the home foundation.
Consider utilizing a rain barrel to collect and reuse rainwater.
Landscaping grading should slope away from the home, to prevent runoff from entering basements and foundations.
Keep storm drains on your street clear of leaves and debris to allow runoff to flow quickly into the storm drain system.
Consider adopting a storm drain through the Adopt-a-Drain program and keep your local storm drains clear.
The St. Cloud Stormwater program is here to help - please contact us with questions or concerns. Please call the Stormwater Department at 320-255-7226 or email the stormwater department with questions about drainage, flooding concerns, or to learn more about how you can help with stormwater management.