County Watershed Program Publications

Below are some stormwater pamphlets and fliers that can be downloaded from this website. We have additional materials available; please contact us at (925) 313-2000 for more information.

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Living with Creeks Brochure (PDF)

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We All Live in a Watershed (PDF)

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After the Storm: A Citizen’s Guideto Understanding Stormwater (PDF)

Controlling Erosion Opens in new window Controlling Erosion: Tips for the "Week-end Warrior"

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Proper Car Wash Fundraising in Contra Costa County (PDF)

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Draining Pools & Spas (PDF)

FAQs Watershed

Frequently Asked Questions For Drainage, Watershed, and Water Quality (PDF)

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Report Oil Spills 5 by 7 Card (PDF)

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Useful Links:

Contra Costa Watershed Forum 

The Contra Costa Watershed Forum (CCWF) is a group of regulators, organizations, community volunteer groups, and private citizens who work together to ensure that community water resources are healthy. The CCWF operates under the premise that watersheds are interrelated, and actions to protect and improve them require broad stakeholder participation.

Contra Costa Resource Conservation District

The Contra Costa Resource Conservation District (CCRCD) is a non-regulatory agency in Contra Costa County whose mission is to partner with land managers and community members to implement voluntary and cooperative conservation programs that promote the sustainable and productive use of natural resources.

The Watershed Project

The Watershed Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting understanding of the natural resources of the San Francisco Bay area, and inspiring community involvement to protect them. They organize many watershed groups and run educational workshops.

Contra Costa County Waste Reduction and Recycling ( is Contra Costa County Department of Conservation & Development’s website providing information about how to reuse and recycle materials, and proper disposal of others.