What is NEO PIPE
The Northeast Ohio Public Involvement Public Education (NEO PIPE) work group is a regional consortium of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, conservation organizations and other government agencies committed to improving water quality in Northeast Ohio. Since 2002, NEO PIPE has been collaborating to effectively develop and provide regional resources to increase public awareness of storm water issues and opportunities to protect our shared waters.
NEO PIPE represents dozens of communities in 7 contiguous counties and covers several major watersheds listed below:
To gather knowledge or just become aware of the issues that NEO PIPE deals with, several publications have been created to inform the public:
By developing these resources and other editable drafts of brochures, posters, newsletters and educational materials, the NEO PIPE partnership has been and continues to be productive in providing a clear, consistent voice to regional storm water awareness.
NEO PIPE Members
NEO PIPE creates a unified message by collaborating across political boundaries, helping its communities meet the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program requirements and leveraging government funds and local resources more efficiently.
Where does our water go?