Answer: This answer depends on where in the City you live.
Coon Creek and its tributaries accept storm water flow from the area east of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad and south of Sinnock Ave. Coon Creek flows into the Elk Fork of the Salt River just across the Monroe County Line. The Elk Fork flows to the Salt River where it then flows to Mark Twain Lake.
Stormwater from the northeastern part of the City limits flows into unnamed tributaries of the Elk Fork of the Salt Rive. This includes areas east of the Norfolk Southern Railroad and the area north of Sinnock Ave.
Sweet Springs Creek and its tributaries accept storm water from the southwest side of the City limits. This is the area west of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad and much of the area south of Highway 24
Stormwater from the northwestern part of the City limits flows into the unnamed tributaries of Sugar Creek and Creek Lake. This area is mainly north of Highway 24 and east of Business 63.