LOS ANGELES COUNTY’S SAFE CLEAN WATER PROGRAM

Los Angeles County’s Safe Clean Water Program provides local, dedicated funding to stormwater projects that increase local water supply, improve water quality, and protect public health. The program modernizes our 100-year old water system in Los Angeles County by creating a comprehensive regional plan to address how we capture water, reduce our reliance on imported water, and enhance communities through green infrastructure projects.


FIND YOUR WATERSHED


Click the magnifying glass in the map above and enter your address to find out what is your watershed area within Los Angeles County, California.


STORMWATER PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

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ABOUT US

Meet the Watershed Coordinators of the Central Santa Monica Bay and the South Santa Monica Bay.

Mikaela Randolph – Senior Watershed Specialist of the Central Santa Monica Bay

Favorite beach: Dockweiler Beach
Favorite hike: Stocker Corridor Trail
Favorite food spot: The Original Thai BBQ

Let’s chat

Nancy Shrodes – Senior Watershed Specialist of the South Santa Monica Bay

Favorite beach: Bruce’s Beach
Favorite hike: Portuguese Bend
Favorite food spot: LBJ’s, 85°C Bakery Cafe & Quality Seafood

Let’s chat


HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD

The Safe Clean Water Program Watershed Coordinators are working to understand priorities and needs from local communities. Your Watershed Coordinators will use survey responses to inform decision-making around infrastructure projects in the Central and South Santa Monica Bay watershed areas.

Take Community Survey – English

Take Community Survey – Spanish


GET INVOLVED

Learn about your watershed area by joining upcoming public meetings.

Attend a meeting for the Central Santa Monica Bay watershed

Attend a meeting for the South Santa Monica Bay watershed

 

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