Western Welcome Week Festival Day is an annual "Homecoming" celebration in August that brings many Arapahoe County residents together to nurture community spirit and commemorate the idea that we should 'All come home!' to celebrate the past, present and future of our communities.
The public has a large role in protecting the water quality of our waterways and reservoirs. Stop by the SPLASH booth and explore ways in which you can positively impact stormwater quality in your community.
Healthy riparian areas provide wildlife corridors and a place for people to enjoy open space that is directly affected by the quality of the stormwater runoff that enters the stream from the storm drains in your neighborhood.
Come join us next time for a fun, educational good time the next time Western Welcome Week comes to town!
Western Welcome Week Festival Day Booth
Even with the rain, the crowds were great!
Permittees: Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA) including Centennial, Inverness WSD, and East Cherry Creek Valley WSD, Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority (ACWWA); Arapahoe County; Englewood; Littleton; Glendale; Greenwood Village; Cherry Hills Village; Columbine Valley; E-470 Authority; Goldsmith Metro District; Cherry Creek State Park and Colorado Department of Transportation.
SPLASH, 7437 S. Fairplay Street, Centennial, CO 80112