Clean Water Means Healthy Communities

We all deserve clean water and together we can make it happen

Clean Water Means Healthy Communities

We all deserve clean water and together we can make it happen

How can I help?

How Can I Help?

Whether you become involved in the public process or take steps to limit your own water usage, you can become a part of the solution.

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Take Action

Sign the pledge to protect. A 52-week action campaign to take small weekly actions to help protect our waterways.

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Report Pollution

We rely on YOU to keep our waterways clean. If you see anything other than water flowing into storm drains, please report it.

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We all
play a role

ensuring our families, communities & future generations have clean water

Water that enters our storm drains is not treated which means runoff from your home or property can carry pollutants such as bacteria, chemicals, auto fluids or trash directly to our waterways untreated. Clean water means healthy communities.

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We all
play a role

ensuring our families, communities & future generations have clean water

Water that enters our storm drains is not treated which means runoff from your home or property can carry pollutants such as bacteria, chemicals, auto fluids or trash directly to our waterways untreated. Clean water means healthy communities.

We need your help to protect
water quality for a

Healthy
Community

We ask you to report anything other than rainwater in the curb, gutter, alley or street. Reporting pollution will ensure issues are addressed in the quickest way possible.

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We need your help to protect
water quality for a

Healthy
Community

We ask you to report anything other than rainwater in the curb, gutter, alley or street. Reporting pollution will ensure issues are addressed in the quickest way possible.

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Your actions can help
prevent water pollution for a

Thriving
Ecosystem

Litter, sewage, plastic and other pollutants do more than just ruin the beauty of our waterways like creeks, rivers and the ocean. This pollution results in damage to the environment, destroys the health of marine wildlife and can make people sick.

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Your actions can help
prevent water pollution for a

Thriving
Ecosystem

Litter, sewage, plastic and other pollutants do more than just ruin the beauty of our waterways like creeks, rivers and the ocean. This pollution results in damage to the environment, destroys the health of marine wildlife and can make people sick.

THROUGH COLLABORATION AND COORDINATION THE 21
SAN DIEGO REGIONAL COPERMITTEES HAVE UNIFIED
UNDER PROJECT CLEAN WATER

Together we,
make a difference

Project Clean Water serves as a resource for both government agencies and the general public. The San Diego Regional Copermittees established a Regional Clearinghouse to provide the public with information regarding water quality and efforts to protect it.

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THROUGH COLLABORATION AND COORDINATION THE 21
SAN DIEGO REGIONAL COPERMITTEES HAVE UNIFIED
UNDER PROJECT CLEAN WATER

Together we,
make a difference

Project Clean Water serves as a resource for both government agencies and the general public. The San Diego Regional Copermittees established a Regional Clearinghouse to provide the public with information regarding water quality and efforts to protect it.