FAQ Topic: Stormwater Pollution Prevention
The County’s Stormwater Program is focused on the unincorporated areas of Marin County. The County participates in the Marin Countywide Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (MCSTOPPP) which provides a comprehensive approach to stormwater regulatory compliance for all eleven of the cities and towns and the County of Marin. More information about MCSTOPPP is available on the … Continued
The County Stormwater Program’s mission is to prevent pollution to and from the storm drain system and protect watershed and creek health.
Visit the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program website Community Partnership and Volunteering page to learn more about ways to get involved to reduce stormwater pollution.
Visit the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program website, Business Resources page to find resources for a variety of businesses.
Visit the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program website, Eco-friendly Pest Control page to learn more about ways to reduce your use of toxic pesticide use. Additional information is available from our partners at Our Water Our World and Yard Smart Marin.
MCSTOPPP holds monthly coordination meetings with the state and federal regulatory agencies to assist public and private projects with regulatory permitting. Visit the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program website, Marin Project Coordination Meetings page to learn more project coordination meetings your project.
Visit the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program website, Creek Restoration and Permitting page to learn more about what to do if your project is near a creek or waterway.
The County requires stormwater pollution controls during construction and as part of the post-construction conditions. Pollution prevention must be part of the construction phase of all projects through implementation of effective erosion, sediment and pollution controls at all times. Pollution prevention is integrated into the final project designs through site design measures and stormwater facilities … Continued
Visit our stormwater pollution prevention page to learn about stormwater best management practices for construction projects.
If the street is County-maintained, contact the Roads Department at (415) 499-7388 for east County; or (415) 662-2320 for west County, or by filling out our online form. If the street is non-County-maintained and isn’t under the jurisdiction of one of the incorporated cities/towns in Marin, the maintenance responsibility is the property owners who use … Continued