Family Fun Night for community and stakeholders

Capital Region Water is hosting a community event to explore the stormwater system, specifically the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System or MS4, and the impacts on surrounding neighborhoods and the environment. The City Beautiful H2O Stormwater Carnival is Thursday, May 30th, from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM, at the Salvation Army of Harrisburg (506 S 29th St. Harrisburg PA 17104).

This interactive event promises fun for the whole family and provides an excellent opportunity to gain insight into the city’s initiatives to enhance the quality of our neighborhoods, environment, and local waterways. Attendees will have the chance to engage in various activities designed to foster an understanding of the significance of green stormwater infrastructure, litter pollution prevention, and techniques to minimize stormwater runoff at home.

In addition to fun carnival-style games and activities, there will be informative rain garden tours to showcase green initiatives and fascinating CCTV robotics demonstrations. Attendees will also have the opportunity to interact with our team of experts, ask questions, and provide valuable feedback on processes and projects for the future.  Activities include:

• A DJ spinning tunes;

• A face painter;

• Ice Cream Truck;

• Fun carnival-style games for all ages;

• Informative rain garden tours to showcase our green initiatives; and

• Fascinating CCTV robotics demonstrations.

This family-friendly event is open to everyone, whether you’re a student, a homeowner, or an environmental enthusiast. Don’t miss this chance to participate in the City Beautiful H2O Stormwater Carnival and learn how you can contribute to a greener, cleaner community.

For more information, please contact CJ Rosa at

Date: Thursday, May 30th

Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Location: Salvation Army of Harrisburg (506 S 29th St. Harrisburg PA 17104)

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