Watershed Protection Program
The County of San Diego Watershed Protection Program (WPP) helps to ensure that our waterways are protected by preventing pollutants from entering the County’s storm drain system in compliance with our municipal Stormwater permit.
WPP conducts outreach, inspection and complaint investigations for commercial, industrial, and residential properties in the unincorporated County to reduce pollutants from entering streets and storm drains. WPP is also responsible for developing and conducting monitoring programs, assessing scientific data, providing assistance to other County departments, as well as developing training to stakeholders on stormwater regulations.
or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To report potholes, road sweeping request, or a clogged storm drain:
1-877-684-8000 or 1-858-694-3850
or submit your Road Service Request online.
If problem is after hours, on a weekend, or during a holiday, please call the County After-Hours Answering Service at 1-800-901-7755
2019 Best Management Practice Design Manual - The new 2019 manual has been posted!
Rain Barrel Information - Learn more about rain barrels and how to purchase one
Water Quality Improvement Plans submitted to the Regional Water Quality Control Board September 29, 2015
Jurisdictional Runoff Management Program and Illegal Discharge Procedures submitted to the Regional Water Quality Control Board June 26, 2015
County of San Diego Watershed Protection Ordinance effective February 26, 2016.
Watershed Protection Program - E-mail List Serve Bulletins - 2019
For past WPP e-mail list serve bulletin publications, please visit the List Serve Bulletin Archive page.
|Publication Date||Bulletin Topic|
|August 27, 2019||Reminder to Submit Your Structural BMP Verification|
|June 26, 2019||Submit Your Operation and Maintenance Verification Online!|
|May 1, 2019||Free Rainwater & Greywater Workshop|
|February 1, 2019||Rain Barrel Event: Conserve Water and Reduce Runoff Pollution|
|January 16, 2019||2019 County BMP Design Manual and New Forms Have Been Posted|