Read the updated ordinance on the City of Superior’s Codes and Ordinances in MuniCode.
Composting yard waste and food scraps (fruits and vegetables only) is another way to protect local streams and Lake Superior from nutrient-laden runoff. Plus, it can provide your gardens with homemade, nutrient-rich soil. Learn more about composting below.
Looking for other ways to green your yard while protecting water quality? Native grasses and wildflowers are increasingly used in gardens and landscaping. They are aesthetically pleasing, easy to maintain, and provide great water quality benefits due to the deep root systems and ability to infiltrate stormwater runoff while also providing habitat for pollinators and birds.
Learn more about Native Lawns by following this link.