S.W.I.M. Coalition

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters: utilizing stormwater as a resource, not a waste!
S.W.I.M. Coalition
SWIM’s most recent public meeting on Nov. 6 was a great success!

S.W.I.M.’s most recent public meeting last week was a great success! The presentations were informative and extremely relevant to today’s most pressing water issues. Presentations included: Shino Tanikawa, a member of SWIM’s steering committee, and Executive Director of the NYC Soil & Water Conservation District, provided an overview of NYC’s current water quality issues, the City’s Long Term […]

Time to SPEAK UP about Westchester Creek, Flushing Creek and Hutchinson River!

SWIM Coalition submitted 3 comment letters to DEP last week outlining our concerns about their proposed Combined Sewer Overflow Long Term Control Plans (CSO LTCP) for Westchester Creek, Flushing Creek and Hutchinson River. The City (DEP) has delivered their proposed water quality improvement plans for these three waterbodies to the State (DEC) for review and has invited […]

You’re Invited: SWIM’s next public meeting to be held November 6 on our education and outreach program.

Please join SWIM Coalition for our next public meeting where we’ll introduce our 2015/2016 education and outreach program for the CSO Long Term Control Plans the City is issuing now through 2017.  RVSP required for security purposes. RSVP here. Please fill out this short survey in advance of the meeting so we can get your input on content and schedules for […]

counter for wordpress
Donate Now!
SWIM Coalition is sponsored by the New York City Soil & Water Conservation District. Your donation will be made to the SWCD but will be earmarked for SWIM activities. Your donations are tax deductible under the IRS code 170(c)1.
Thank you to our funders!
SWIM has been supported by generous grants from the Lily Auchincloss Foundation (2012 and 2015), Van Amerigen Foundation (2014), and the New York City Environmental Fund (2009 - 2011).
Sign up for SWIM’s eblast