Sweetwater Watershed Other Plans, Projects and Special Studies

Sweetwater Watershed Other Plans, Projects and Special Studies 2017-01-09T19:28:17+00:00

Sweetwater Other Plans, Projects and Special Studies

Additional plans and projects not necessarily associated with the Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP) are listed below.

Transitional Monitoring and Assessment Program Report (TMAR)

A requirement of the Municipal Permit Order No. 2013-0001 (as amended in Order Nos. R9-2015-0001 and R9-2015-0100), transitional monitoring was conducted and reported on prior to development of the Sweetwater WQIP. The reports, appendices, and associated documents can be found below:

2015 TMAR (zip file)

2012-2014 TMAR (zip file)

The following water quality-related plans are available for the Sweetwater Watershed.

Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP)

The San Diego Bay Water Quality Improvement Plan, prepared pursuant to Regional Board Order No. R9-2013-0001 – This link takes you to the San Diego Bay Water Quality Improvement Plan and annual reports.  Information about the San Diego Bay Watershed Urban Runoff Management Program, which was implemented prior to the WQIP pursuant to Regional Board Order No. R9-2007-0001, is also available at the link above.

Geographic Information Source (GIS) Data

The majority of the Geographic Information Source data used to develop plans and reports can be found on the San Diego Geographic Information Source website at www.sangis.org.

A zip file of GIS files associated with the Water Quality Improvement plan can be downloaded here (43 MB, may take several minutes to download).

A GIS file of critical coarse sediment areas is available at the regional Watershed Management Area Analysis page.

Jurisdiction-specifc data can be found on the link or files below. Please contact the Stormwater Copermittee (Contact) for additional resources.

Sweetwater WatershedCity of National City
City of Chula VistaCity of San Diego
City of La MesaCounty of San Diego
City of Lemon Grove
 Monitoring data can be found on the California Environmental Data Exchange Network (CEDEN) website at www.ceden.org.

Additional Plans and Reports

Transitional Monitoring and Assessment Program Report (TMAR)

2015 TMAR (zip file)

2012-2014 TMAR (zip file)

Watershed Urban Runoff Management Program (WURMP)

The San Diego Bay Watershed is a combination of three individual watersheds: Pueblo Watershed, Otay Watershed, and Sweetwater Watershed.  Information about the San Diego Bay Watershed Urban Runoff Management Program, which was implemented prior to the WQIP pursuant to Regional Board Order No. R9-2007-0001, is also available at the links below.

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