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Water Pollution Control 

The City of Sedalia has developed a Stormwater Management Program that is designed to reduce the discharge of pollutants in to local streams and waterways to the maximum extent possible.  It is also the city’s intent to protect water quality and to satisfy the appropriate requirements of the Clean Water Act in accordance with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Phase II Program.

The Stormwater Management Plan covers all areas within the Sedalia city limits.  The City of Sedalia has a population of 20,300 residents and approximately 150 miles of roadways.

Sedalia has ten storm water outfalls discharging into the waterways of Missouri.  The waterways that are directly impacted by the city’s stormwater discharge are Cedar Creek, Shaver Creek, Flat Creek, Muddy Creek, Coon Creek, and Brushy Creek.  Water leaving Sedalia’s stormwater outfalls is not treated before exiting the system and impacts the water quality of countless streams, lakes and rivers statewide.

Stormwater that is discharged eventually becomes a drinking water resource for Sedalia and surrounding communities.


Stormwater Information

Sedalia Stormwater Management Plan

Brochure - After the Storm 

The City of Sedalia has been a
proud member of the Groundwater
Guardian Community since 2005.






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