Results!

Thanks to everyone who joined us today!

Results are available here.

UPDATE: Time-based team results are now available. Thank you for your patience as we worked through the technical difficulties.


  • Fastest General Team: Katahdin Laboratories
  • Fastest Sponsor Team: Acorn Engineering
  • Slowest General Team: Maine Water Environment Association

Online registration is closed

Online registration for the 2016 Urban Runoff is now closed. You are still able to register at the two packet pickup locations: 

Friday, April 22nd
Fleet Feet Sports Maine Running
309 Marginal Way, Portland
4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Pre-registration will be available for $20 for adults, $12 for youth (under 18), and $50 for families (2 adults and up to 3 youth).


Saturday, April 23rd
Deering High School
370 Stevens Ave, Portland (packet pickup is behind the school)
7:30 - 8:45 a.m.

Race day registration will be available for $25 for adults, $15 for youth (under 18), and $60 for families (2 adults and up to 3 youth).

We'll see you Saturday!

2016 Runners' Guide

The 2016 Runners' Guide is now available! Get all the information you need for race day!

Packet Pickup is available at two locations:

Friday, April 22nd
Fleet Feet Sports Maine Running
309 Marginal Way, Portland
4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Pre-registration will be available for $20 for adults, $12 for youth (under 18), and $50 for families (2 adults and up to 3 youth).

Saturday, April 23rd
Deering High School
370 Stevens Ave, Portland (packet pickup is behind the school)
7:30 - 8:45 a.m.

Race day registration will be available for $25 for adults, $15 for youth (under 18), and $60 for families (2 adults and up to 3 youth). 



More information is included in the Runners' Guide, so we strongly recommend that you read it. 

Thank you for your support of clean water education, and we'll see you on Saturday!


Welcome!

Help clean water education programs grow! Fundraise for the Urban Runoff! Raise $200 and be reimbursed your registration fee!
Our community - health, economy, way of life - depends on clean water. Polluted runoff threatens the health of Maine's lakes, streams, rivers and bays.

Runoff is water that flows over the surface of the ground, picking up pollution before it flows into nearby waterbodies. Runoff happens after any rain storm, and in Maine we see a lot of runoff in the springtime when the snow melts. Please visit the stormwater page to learn more about polluted runoff.

A new kind of Urban Runoff will soon be seen in Southern Maine! On April 23, 2016, runners and walkers will be hitting streets and trails in Portland for the 5th annual Urban Runoff 5K and walk to raise awareness of water pollution and raise money to support clean water education in local schools. The date of the Urban Runoff was chosen to coincide with Earth Day and spring's "first flush" of stormwater pollution. The Urban Runoff will lead into Green Neighbor Family Fest.

Join us – help us preserve our communities, health, and Maine way of life by keeping our water clean!