Storm drain maintenance is the practice of managing and controlling drainage systems during or after a storm. San Diego has over 75000 drain structures. The storm water department monitors this practice that repairs and maintains the storm drainage system. Storms give off a lot of water that has to be properly drained or else cause floods and accidental fatalities.
Storm drain maintenance includes fencing as an effective way of maintaining the drainage system, which involves fencing around storm drain systems to withhold debris from the storm and also for the public safety. These fences are checked during the onset of storms and after the rains. Fences also protect road users against crossing on danger water zones. Storm divisions also maintain barriers as they serve as debris strainer.
Information is posted at http://www.sandiego.gov.