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Everyday Stormwater Superheroes: Elisa, Stormwater Environmental Specialist

There are many amazing people in San Diego County who are making a positive difference in their communities and working hard to help reduce stormwater pollution. In recognition of their incredible work, Project Clean Water is celebrating and highlighting these special individuals. Meet our very first Everyday Stormwater Superhero! Elisa is a Stormwater Environmental Specialist …

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Nominate an Everyday Stormwater Superhero in Your Community!

There are many amazing people in San Diego County who are making a positive difference in their communities and work hard to help reduce stormwater pollution – and we want to celebrate them. In recognition of their incredible work, Project Clean Water is highlighting these special individuals and sharing their stories – but we can’t …

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2022 Los Peñasquitos WQIP Update

The Los Peñasquitos Watershed Management Area (WMA) Responsible Agencies are performing an update of the Los Peñasquitos WMA Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP). View update here: https://projectcleanwater.org/download/los-penasquitos-wma-wqip-updated-2022/ The WQIP update focuses on the evaluation of the WMA’s WQIP Priority Water Quality Conditions, the water quality of waterbodies listed on the Environmental Protections Agency’s 2016 303(d) …

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Rainy Season Checklist — Are you ready for wet weather?

When it rains, runoff from your home and property can carry pollutants such as bacteria, chemicals, auto fluids or trash directly to our waterways. Water that enters our storm drains is not treated before it enters our local creeks, rivers and the ocean. Clean water means healthy communities. Here are some actions you can take …

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