[Fosc] March 20th Oakland rain barrel sale at Kaiser School

Kimra McAfee coordinator at sausalcreek.org
Fri Mar 12 14:47:12 PST 2010


Rain Barrels to control erosion for Oakland hillside residents!

Please circulate this to your Oakland friends and neighbors!

Save the Date: Saturday, March 20th!

Rain Barrel Sale for Oakland Hillside Residents
at Kaiser Elementary School

25 South Hill Ct., Oakland, CA.

10:00am to 3:00pm

On Saturday, March 20th, The City of Oakland Watershed and Stormwater 
Management Program will have a Rain Barrel Sales event for City of 
Oakland hillside residents. Use Rain Barrels to capture roof runoff so 
that it can be released safely and slowly into the landscape to prevent 
high flows and erosion on Oakland's hill slopes and creeks.

Order your rain barrels online now and pick them up at the event (bring 
your receipt)!

Order now from:

http://www.oaklandpw.com/Page877.aspx

Models and sizes:

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The 65 gallon "Moby" Rain Barrel. Oakland resident pickup price: $45.41.

-Normal retail price $149.00 + shipping

-Included valves, screens, linking hoses, and attachments -Link up to 
six for 390 gallons (Limit 6 per household) -100% recycled plastic -29" 
wide x 39" high Order now and pick them up at the event:

200 Gallon "Villa" Rain Barrel. Oakland resident pickup price $115.90 
-Normal retail price $219.99 + shipping -Link up to six for 400 gallons 
(Limit 2 per household)

-35.5 wide x 47" high

***Two weeks for shipping***

***Large size requires a pickup truck to move***

For more information or to sign up

for future events and information, contact:

Will Stockard

City of Oakland

Watershed and Stormwater Program Specialist

watersheds at oaklandnet.com <mailto:watersheds at oaklandnet.com> subject: 
“rain barrels”

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The City of Oakland Watershed and Stormwater Rain Barrel Program is 
sponsored by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the US EPA, and 
the California Water Resources Control Board - Clean Water State 
Revolving Fund. The Programs goal is to improve water quality by slowing 
stormwater flows to control erosion.


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