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Stormwater Program Feedback

The City of Paso Robles is enrolled in the Phase II Municipal Storm Water Program as required by the State Water Resources Control Board.  The program requires the City to develop and implement a Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) in order to reduce or eliminate pollutants in Storm water runoff and non-storm water discharges.

The SWMP describes the Best Management Practices (BMPs), measurable goals, and timetables for implementation of the following six minimum Control measures: 

Report a Stormwater Concern

Stormwater Information Line:
(805) 227-7240

Report Illegal Storm Drain Dumping

Report a Clogged Storm Drain

Report a Water Utility Problem

Stormwater Guidance Document

In compliance with the State Water Resources Control Board’s General Permit NO. CAS000004, Storm Water Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems, the City of Paso Robles developed a Storm Water Program Guidance Document. Under this program, the City will educate and involve the community in Storm Water pollution prevention, regulate Storm Water run-off from construction sites, investigate non-Storm Water discharges and reduce non-Storm Water run-off from municipal operations.

The City of Paso Robles Storm Water Guidance Document dated July 1, 2013, was submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board.  You can download and view the City's Storm Water Guidance Document here.

If you observe any incidence of illegal discharge, click here for reporting options: Illegal Storm Drain Discharge Report Form

SWMP Annual Report

The City is required to submit an annual report as required by the State’s General Permit No. CAS000004, Storm Water Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Strom Sewer Systems.

2013-2014 Report

2012-2013 Report
2011-2012 Report
2010-2011 Report
2009-2010 Report
2008-2009 Report

Additional Resources

California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA)California Storm Water Quality Association

Our Water Our WorldOur Water Our World

Integrated Waste Management Association (IWMA)SLO County
Integrated Waste Management Association

State Water Resources Control BoardState Water Resources Control Board

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) US EPA Storm Water Program

Water Conservation: linkH2ouse: Water Saver Home

California Urban Water Conservation CouncilCalifornia Urban Water
Conservation Council



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