The Radford Public Library and the city’s engineering department have organized a stormwater-awareness scavenger hunt that is ongoing through April. The display in the children’s section shows environmentally damaging objects that have been pulled out of the storm drains in Radford.

During the month of April, the City of Radford hosts its annual scavenger hunt. Participants sign up at the Radford Public Library and pick up a brochure listing locations to visit.

“We also did the scavenger hunt last year with the Radford City Engineering Department to raise awareness about what should and should not go in stormwater drains,” Duncan Hall, technology services coordinator who designed the brochure for the event, said.

The brochure is full of Radford landmark photos, like bridges and hollow trees, and residents have to go out in town to find them while they learn about protecting…

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