A watershed is the total land area, including our yards, from which stormwater drains into streams, rivers or other bodies of water. Click here to find your watershed.
Check out the brochure at www.cleanwatershed.org.
Get tips on how to be a responsible car owner at www.cleanwatershed.org
2022 Annual Report
2022 Executive Summary
New Regional Permit
Technical Guidance Manual 2018 Errata Update
2018 Post Construction Mitigation Requirements Workshop
Ventura Countywide Unified Storm Drain Map
Report of Waste Discharge
Clean Business Fact Sheets
Ventura County Rainfall Map
Seen something questionable being dumped in a gutter or storm drain?
Help us keep it from happening again. Click the image to report.
How can you help protect the watershed?
The Community for a Clean Watershed website is full of easy, practical tips for residents, businesses, and visitors in Ventura County.
Click the image to find out more.
A Ventura Countywide Unified Storm Drain System Map is now available!
The map was created by mapping natural and engineered drainage system linkages using available topographic information, construction record drawings, and other sources and combining it with existing storm drain data.
Runoff carries pollutants. Water that doesn't soak into the ground becomes runoff. Click here for ten easy tips to help reduce runoff.
Runoff carries pollutants through our watershed, which can then cause issues for people and wildlife. Find out more.
VCSQMP works to improve runoff quality, monitor watershed health, and comply with the Ventura Countywide Stormwater Permit.
River water quality has improved in Ventura County since 2003/04 and is generally good. Click here to find out more.