Yellow Fish Road

Learn how to protect your local watershed and make a difference in your community’s water quality with this fun environmental action project.

Do you know where this leads?

Image of a sewer drain on street

Answer: Directly to the river or some other body of water
Storm drains do not go to the Wastewater Treatment Plant. When pet waste, salt, soap, oil, fertilizer or pesticides enter storm drains they end up in the river. This impacts our aquatic ecosystem, harms fish and wildlife, and reduces water quality.

Get Involved in Yellow Fish Roadâ„¢

Make a difference by painting yellow fish next to storm drains and delivering handbills to explain how water contamination can be reduced. Volunteers have marked over 700 storm drains and delivered over 4,700 handbills in Red Deer.

Children painting a storm drain with the Yellow Fish logo
Symbol for YFR program

Visit Yellow Fish Roadâ„¢ for more information, or to participate contact the Environmental Educator at environmental.initiatives@reddeer.ca or 403-342-8750.