stormwaterRetention Pond Cleanout

At Crowder Excavating, we recognize the severe environmental repercussions of a poorly maintained storm water retention facility. Our company provides a full range of retention pond cleanout services; from designing, building, bringing your pond back up to code, and to keeping it maintained. Our expert staff will work for you to make sure that your retention pond is operating as it is designed to do. Whether your retention pond is at a private residence or commercial property, we can help. Our company stays on top of current requirements and works closely with the City of Tallahassee, Operations & Maintenance of Stormwater Management Facilities to bring your retention pond up-to-code and to full capacity to ensure you pass your next inspection. Our knowledgeable staff will work for you to make sure that each part of the retention pond cleanout in Tallahassee and surrounding communities, is properly done and functioning right. As part of our program, we check the condition of each of the following:

  • Weir
  • Spillway
  • Headwall
  • Earth & Dam around the retention pond cleanout

Ongoing maintenance is crucial in keeping a retention pond clean-out in working order and is key to preventing any serious drainage problems from happening. If everything is already up to code, our maintenance service will keep your retention pond free of any debris, silt or vegetation that may become a hazard for the pond and jeopardize its ability to run at full capacity. With our maintenance program, you can be sure that when the next large rain storm comes, your retention pond will work just as it should. Whether you need a retention pond cleanout built or brought up to code or simply maintained, our knowledgeable staff is here to ensure that your retention pond needs are met with quality and timely service.

  • Stormwater compliance and repairs
  • Slope stabilization and repairs
  • Dredging
  • Sediment and erosion control management
  • Vacuum and jet truck services
  • Stormwater maintenance
  • Aquatic vegetation management
  • Turf management
  • Sediment and erosion control
  • Annual, quarterly, and monthly inspection and maintenance based on City standards

Stormwater Best Management Practices are essential in the filtration of stormwater runoff as it flows from our cities into streams, rivers, bays, and oceans. We, as a society, have the vital responsibility of maintaining these structures to ensure not only overall aesthetic beauty but more importantly preventing harmful pollutants from destroying healthy water supplies for our communities. For more information please click on the link below. City of Tallahassee Operations & Maintenance of Stormwater Management Facilities http://www.talgov.com/growth/growth-stormwater-mgt.aspx