Protecting Our Water Together

Raul M. Rojas, Director, Public Works

While anything entering the storm drain system other than clean rain water is considered a pollutant, some pollutants are more prevalent and pose a greater risk to water quality. The four most prevalent pollutants of concern entering our waterways countywide are pathogens, pesticides, sediment, and trash. To learn more about these Priority Pollutants and how to keep them out of our waterways Preventing Priority Pollutants page!

Learn about the many amazing volunteer groups and opportunities. That's why it is so important that we all come together as a community to do our part in caring for our creeks, wetlands, bays, and ocean.

erosion and sediment control

Reducing Priority Pollutants

Earth Day volunteers

Volunteer Opportunities
Clean Marin
Citizen Creek Groups
Cleanup Days and Events

Creek in Marin County

Marin Project Coordination (MPC) Meetings
Restoration and design
Permitting and the JARPA
Helpful publications

Photo of gardening

Slow it, Spread it, Sink it!
Information on design
Helpful publications
Low Impact Development

Duxbury Reef southern point

What's an ASBS?
Where is Duxbury Reef?
Ways you can help
Contact info

Duxbury Reef southern point

What is an Area of Special Biological Significance?
Where is Duxbury Reef?
How can you help?
Find out all this and more!