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Storm drainage is crucial in managing the intricate relationship between rainfall and urban landscapes. As precipitation descends upon developed areas, it can overwhelm the natural water cycle, leading to flooding, erosion, and water quality degradation. Storm drainage systems, composed of various components such as pipes, culverts, channels, and detention basins, are designed to efficiently collect, convey, and control the flow of rainwater, directing it away from streets, properties, and infrastructure. By preventing flooding and minimizing the potential for waterborne hazards, these systems contribute significantly to communities' sustainable development and resilience.