Sewer Overflow Emergency Contact - CITY OF GREENVILLE
In the event of a sewer overflow emergency during normal business hours, please contact the Public Works Department at 864-467-4335 for assistance. For after hours and weekend emergencies, please call Police Dispatch at 864-271-5333 for assistance.
Stormwater - What if you see evidence of runoff pollution or pollutants entering our streams and rivers?
Call the Water Pollution Reporting Line at 864-467-4554 during normal business hours. You may leave a message after hours. (1) Note the address, time of day, water color, and odor if possible. (2) Take a picture if possible.
What is a watershed?
What is a raingarden?
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY RESOURCES
Carolina Yards - Low maintenance and low cost solutions for watershed friendly landscaping, i.e. actions to take, online courses, workshops, resource manual, and plant database for native and non-invasive plants per region of SC
Center for Watershed Excellence - Includes Adopt a Stream information and certificate training courses
Clemson Extension’s Carolina Clear program - programs to educate and involve a variety of audiences in stormwater management and pollution prevention
HGIC SC WaterWays - Fact sheet series focusing on current suburban and urban water resources challenges
City Park and Reedy River Area Development Report - March 2016 (City of Greenville, SC)
City Park and Reedy River Area Development Report - January 2017 (City of Greenville, SC)
Development Project Impact Checklist Guidance on assessing growth management beyond a single project is provided here.
National Low Impact Development - Database and map. Users can map low Green Infrastructure projects and more. (Clemson University)
Exploring Greenville's Water
The Great Pond Clean-Up An educational coloring book
SC Project WET: Water Education for Teachers Project WET’s mission is to reach children, parents, teachers and community members of the world with water education that promotes awareness of water and empowers community action to solve complex water issues.
Urban Naturalists Student Handouts
Invasive Species - Powerpoint Presentation for the Urban Naturalist Program
Invasive Species (For a younder audience) - Powerpoint Presentation for the Urban Naturalist Program
Exploring Water Quality: Macroinvertebrate Identification - Powerpoint Presentation for the Urban Naturalist Program
2011 Reedy River Paddling Guilde Cover, Table of Contents, Reach 1, Reach 2, Reach 3, Reach 4, Reach 5, Reach 6, Reach 7, Reach 8, Reach 9, Reach 10, Reach 11, Reach 12
Reedy River below Boyds Mill Pond (paddling.com)
Paddling Boyds Mill Pond complete with some very neat History
Things to see and do in the Saluda-Reedy Watershed - (Saluda-Reedy Watershed Consortium)
Take a Hike: Five Great Places to Go Hiking in the Upstate - The first two hikes are on the Reedy River (Our Upstate SC Info)
Swamp Rabbit Trail Interactive Map - City of Greenville
Flow Chart — a look at how Greenville, SC’s Reedy River shaped that city (Appalachian History & TOWN Magazine)
The Reedy River (SCIWAY)
History - (City of Greenville, SC)
Carolina Rain Garden Initiative - Learn about rain gardens and how to construct one.
Reedy River Watershed Map
2005 HUC11 Saluda-Reedy Watershed Map - (Saluda-Reedy Watershed Consortium)
Saluda-Reedy Watershed Map - (Saluda-Reedy Watershed Consortium)
1990-2000 Census Map - (Saluda-Reedy Watershed Consortium)
The Reedy River Greenway Corridor - (Naturaland Trust)
1884 City of Greenville - City of Greenville
RESEARCH AND REPORTS
South Carolina Adopt a Stream Program
Reedy River Water Quality Group 2016 Annual Report
The Reedy River (DHEC)
Water Quality Monitoring Data (cleanreedy.org)
Reedy River 2013 Report Card
State of the Watershed Report - 2005 (Saluda-Reedy Watershed Consortium)
The Reedy River Master Plan - 2002 (The Center for Community Growth and Change, Clemson University)
The Reedy River Report: Managing a Watershed - 2001 (DNR)
In-depth Research and Reports (Saluda-Reedy Watershed Consortium)