Riverside County Watershed Protection

Contact

The Riverside County Watershed Protection Program is located at the Riverside County Flood Control office:

1995 Market Street
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 955-1200

To Report Illegal Dumping into Storm Drains Call: (800) 506-2555 Or:

Watershed Protection Division

The Watershed Protection Division is responsible for coordinating and assisting the County of Riverside and Cities in implementing the stormwater compliance programs and other responsibilities required by the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits issued by the California Regional Water Quality Control Boards (RWQCBs) within the Santa Ana River, Santa Margarita River, and Whitewater River Regions.

Richard Boon – Chief of Watershed Protection Division
RBoon@rivco.org

Water Quality Compliance Section II

This section oversees the program management of the Santa Margarita Permit Region as well as the LID demonstration facility management and sampling duties. LID facility tours are available upon request. If you have any questions contact:

Matt Yeager – Senior Flood Control Planner
MYeager@rivco.org

Water Quality Compliance Section I

This section oversees the program management of the Santa Ana and Whitewater Permit Regions as well as supporting the Cities and County of Riverside in investigations for any illicit connections/illegal discharges found throughout Riverside County. If you have any questions contact:

Amy McNeill – Senior Civil Engineer
ammcneil@rivco.org

Government Affairs / Public Education

The District oversees the Public Education program on behalf of all the Riverside County Permittees in the three watershed regions. Any Public Education material requests from Permittees may be directed to:

Darcy Kuenzi – Government Affairs Officer
DKuenzi@rivco.org

Watershed Monitoring Section

This section oversees the implementation and coordination of the compliance monitoring programs, special studies, and regional monitoring collaborations (e.g., Southern California Stormwater Monitoring Coalition) on behalf of the Riverside County Permittees. If you have any questions contact:

Rebekah Guill – Senior Flood Control Planner
RGuill@rivco.org


Member Agencies

Please check our member agencies’ websites for their most up-to-date contact information:

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