Whitewater River Watershed Protection Program
The Whitewater River Watershed drains into the Whitewater River, which begins in the San Bernardino Mountains and moves southeast to the Salton Sea and Sonoran Desert.
The Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the County of Riverside are the Principal Permittees of the Whitewater MS4 Permit.
Whitewater River Watershed:
- Appendix A Glossary
- Appendix B 2013 MS4 Permit
- Appendix C Implementation Agreement
- Appendix D All IC-ID Reporting Forms
- Appendix E Model Database Formats (All)
- Appendix F SSO
- Appendix G CAP HazMat and Food Facility Survey Forms
- Appendix H WQMP Guidance Document
- Appendix I Proj-Specific WQMP Review Checklist 06-2009.
- Appendix J WWR Template Construction Site Inspection Form
- Appendix K Template Facility PPP
- Appendix L Fire Fighting Agency BMPs
- Appendix M Standardized Permittee Reporting Forms
- Banning Legal Authority Letter Legal Signed
- CVWD Legal Authority Letter
- Cathedral City Legal Authority Letter
- Coachella Legal Authority Letter
- Desert Hot Springs Legal Authority Letter
- Indian Wells Legal Authority Letter
- Indio Legal Authority Letter
- La Quinta Legal Authority Letter
- La Quinta Ordinance Exhibits
- Palm Desert Legal Authority Letter
- Palm Springs Legal Authority Letter
- Rancho Mirage Legal Authority Letter
- Riverside County and RCFCWCD Legal Authority Letter
** Appendices are available upon request. Please contact 1-951-955-0842.
Benefit Assessments are apportioned on the basis of proportionate stormwater runoff generated by each parcel. This method of assessment is consistent with State law and the District Act. The amount of benefit is computed based on parcel size (acreage) and use classification. The fee is referenced on property tax bills as “FLDCNTL Stormwater/clean water.”
For questions regarding the Stormwater Benefit Assessment Fees, please contact the Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District at: 951-955-1200.
Applications and Forms
- Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District: Project Specific WQMP Template (Word)