The City of Lansing is working with regional partners as a member of the Greater Lansing Regional Committee on Stormwater Management (GLRC) to help protect and preserve our precious water resources. Our combined efforts are helping us comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s stormwater regulations.
Annual Reports
View archived annual stormwater reports for the City of Lansing

General Watershed Information

Learn about what a watershed is and how it affects the Greater Lansing area

Greater Lansing Regional Committee Newsletter

Learn more about the GLRC, and view archived newsletters.

Hazardous Waste
The Ingham County Health Department offers free collections of Hazardous Household Waste.

Informational Links

Find links to online resources concerning stormwater, recycling, and other environmental issues.

Low Impact Development

Low Impact Development (LID) is a management approach and set of practices that can reduce runoff and pollutants by managing runoff as close to its source(s) as possible.

Public Education & Participation Plan
Find information stormwater articles, and learn what you can do to help with the stormwater program

Stormwater Controls for Development
Consistent with federal and state regulatory requirements for the discharge of municipal stormwater, the City of Lansing is required to assure that all new development and redevelopment projects within the City are compliant with minimum standards for control of stormwater runoff from the site.

Stormwater Management Plan

View the City of Lansing's Stormwater Management Plan, and learn how you can help implement it.