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Keeping Our Waterways Safe and Clean

Here you will find the latest news on efforts to reduce stormwater pollution, pollution prevention tips for residents and businesses and other resources. Together, we can prevent stormwater pollution and keep our channels, creeks, bays and ocean clean.


Newport Bay Copper

 

Stormwater Pollution 

 
Water Quality/Coastal Tidelands Committee

 

 

Resources

Coastal Clean Up Day at the Bay

Saturday, September 21, 2019, 9AM-NOON

CCD 2019

The Annual Upper Newport Bay Cleanup Day is a shining example of partnership in action. Join hundreds of volunteers to help remove trash from the uplands, marsh areas of the Bay and get involved in native plant restoration too. For more information or to register visit newportbay.org/stewardship/cleanupday

Date And Time

Sat, September 21, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
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Location

Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center
2301 University Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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For a full list of all cleanup sites in Orange County, visit Orange County Coastkeeper's website.


Resource Efficiency and Water Quality Report

The City prepares the Resource Efficiency and Water Quality Annual Report to highlight the ongoing water efficiency efforts and ocean water quality projects. Check out our latest report.

 

 

To Report a 
Chemical Spill Emergencies
call 911.

During Business Hours
City of Newport Beach
 
949-644-3218 or 949-644-3214 

After Hours
Spill Hotline

 877-897-7455 or

Email Your Complaint

 

Reporting a Spill

 

Preventing the discharge of pollutants to receiving waters is essential to protecting designated beneficial uses. In order to maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of Orange County's aquatic resources, and protect public health, the City of
Newport Beach and the County has a team of specially trained personnel who respond
to water pollution incidents on a 24 hour basis, every day of the year.

In Orange County, it is prohibited by Federal, State and local laws to discharge
anything other than clean stormwater runoff to the storm drain system.

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