Help Protect OC Waterways

Orange County has 11 watersheds made up of several inland and coastal waterways, like the Santa Ana River and Aliso Creek. These waterways flow through our cities, neighborhoods and natural spaces, ultimately draining into the Pacific Ocean, which is why everyone must do their part to ensure only clean rainwater flows into the storm drains.

Runoff pollutants originate from numerous sources, including oil on our roads, trash dropped on the streets and sediment from construction sites. These pollutants can lead to algal blooms and bacterial growth, harm both animal and human health, and result in dirty beaches and beach closures.

Learn more about these pollutants and how you can help keep our waterways clean during National Rivers Month and always.

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