Care for Blair County Water is designed to inform residents about their local waterways, threats to water quality, and ways in which each individual can do their part to promote clean and healthy watersheds throughout Blair County.
Regardless of your role there are many actions you can take to help protect and improve the local waterways that are so important to us all.
Do you know where the rain water draining off your driveway ends up? What are the main pollution threats to your favorite stream where you fish or swim? How are local conservation groups and Blair County working to improve and protect these valuable habitats? Most importantly, what can you do to help?
These questions, and many more, are answered throughout the Care for Blair County Water website. To begin, type your address into the interactive mapping tool to discover the municipality and local watershed you are located in.
What's Your Role?
Whether you are a homeowner, farmer, developer, business owner, or anything in between, you can help protect and improve the local waterways that are so important to us all. Find out how you can help.
Water in Blair County
If you’re not sure what terms like stormwater and watershed are, or you want to learn more about stream designations and local groups working for water quality in the county, we have resources for you.