Enhance, protect and preserve water quality in Ventura County water bodies using proactive and innovative ideas for preservation of biodiversity, ecological viability and human health. Work as a countywide team with public agencies, private enterprise, the environmental community and the general public to locally implement Clean Water Act requirements, balancing the actions taken with social and economic constraints.
Click here to report a suspicious discharge or illegal dumping.
►NEW! An electronic tool to assist land development project applicants in meeting the new LID requirements under the new Permit. Click here.
►NEW! Access to our water quality results and data visualization app.
For Information on the Ventura County Technical Guidance Manual for Stormwater Quality Control Measures. Click here.
Information on the 2011 Fall Truckload event for rain barrels and compost bins can be found here.
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Planning and Land Development / New Construction FAQs
Check out the Community for a Clean Watershed's new website
The Community for a Clean Watershed program was established by a coalition of stormwater quality management agencies in the cities and unincorporated areas of Ventura County that are working together to protect our watersheds by preventing stormwater pollution.
Check out the Ventura County Star's Interactive Guide on Stormwater
Stormy Weather, Dirty Water