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Caltrans »» Caltrans Program Page
- New! Public Notice of Submittal of Categorical Inventory of Reaches by Department of Transportation
- Adopted Order No. 2012-0011-DWQ for State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
- Frequently Asked Questions
Construction »» Construction Program Page
Industrial »» Industrial Program Page
- New! Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment and Notice of Public Hearing and Consideration of Adoption on the Proposed Amendment to General Permit for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities (Order 2014-0057-DWQ) Extending Deadline for Electronic Submittals of Permit Registration Documents.
The Adoption Hearing is scheduled for August 4, 2015.
Comment Deadline is August 3, 2015 by 12 noon.
Municipal »» Municipal Program Page
- New! The proposed final Phase II Small MS4 General Permit was adopted at the February 5, 2013 Board Meeting with the changes included in Change Sheet # 1 and additional minor revisions.
- New! 2012 Revised Draft Phase II Small MS4 General Permit
The State Water Board has released the proposed final Phase II Small MS4 General Permit to be considered by the Board for adoption at the February 5, 2013, Board meeting.
Plastic Debris »» Plastic Debris Page
- New! Cleanup and Enforcement of Nurdles in Water Bodies (run time - 3:59)
- Video Highlights Unique Effort to Eliminate Plastic Debris. (run time - 5:07) | Script Summary
- Low Impact Development
- Assembly Bill 739 Storm Water Advisory Task Force
- The Feasibility of Numeric Effluent Limits Applicable to Storm Water Discharges
- New! Keeping California Water Clean - Addressing Storm Water (Video)
- Slow the Flow Video – Make Your Landscape Act Like a Sponge - A joint production of the Water Board Training Academy, Storm Water Program, brings to life practices and projects that individuals and communities have created to steward our watersheds and slow down the flow of storm water, one of the largest contributors of pollution into our waterways. (run time - 29:42)