storm drain


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storm drain

n.
1. A storm sewer.
2. A catch basin.
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The concrete storm drain near the Ventura Freeway was covered at both ends with chain-link fencing to trap the bear inside.
The City of Santa Clara is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide facility condition assessment professional services for preforming an evaluation of storm drain pump stations; provide recommendation for standardization, replacement/maintenance priority, budget cost estimate; and produce Evaluation Report/Recommendations (Project).
Because of the size of Long Beach's storm drain system and the fact that this is a demonstration project, not all catch basins will be covered.
for the area, determine the existing conditions of the storm drain pipes and inlets, review
The assessments would pay for a two-mile-long storm drain, nearly 6 feet in diameter at its widest point, buried beneath 50th Street West from Avenue M-4 to Avenue K-8.
In addition, commercial property owners would have to pay an annual maintenance fee of an average $130 a year for the life of the storm drain or until the system is annexed into a flood-control district.
The City of Cupertino (City) seeks proposals from qualified contractors to perform storm drain line cleaning and CCTV video services at various locations throughout the City.
The slow leak of oil made its way down a hillside just east of Sierra Highway, into the storm drain and under a series of homes before exiting out the end of the storm drain near Oakriver Lane.
When it rains, the volume of water flowing through the storm drain system can increase up to 10 billion gallons per day making it impossible to use the nets.
Bruce Feng, Burbank public works director, said his city is fortunate to have a good storm drain system.
There is a storm drain system failure at 75318 Ravenwood Drive, Yulee, FL 32097.