Upper San Gabriel River Watershed Area Watershed Coordinator

Day One serves as one of 12 Watershed Coordinators throughout Los Angeles County! Watershed Coordinators support the Safe Clean Water Program by educating and building capacity in communities and facilitating community and stakeholder engagement with the Safe, Clean Water Program. The duties and responsibilities of Watershed Coordinators center around connecting potential Regional Program applicants with technical resources and building inclusion and meaningful engagement.

ALFREDO
CAMACHO

Watershed
Coordinator

Day One serves as one of 12 Watershed Coordinators throughout Los Angeles County! Watershed Coordinators support the Safe Clean Water Program by educating and building capacity in communities and facilitating community and stakeholder engagement with the Safe, Clean Water Program. The duties and responsibilities of Watershed Coordinators center around connecting potential Regional Program applicants with technical resources and building inclusion and meaningful engagement.

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Request 
Presentation
on the Safe, Clean Water Program

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Request 
Technical Assistance on Potential Projects

WATERSHED AREA

Upper San Gabriel River Watershed

The Upper San Gabriel River Watershed Area includes Big Dalton Wash, San Dimas Wash, Walnut Creek, Live Oak Wash, and San Jose Creek. Cities that fall within the boundaries of this Watershed Area include: Baldwin Park, Duarte, Glendora, Industry, Los Angeles County, West Covina, Diamond Bar, Claremont, Azusa, La Verne, Walnut, Irwindale, La Puente, El Monte, Duarte, South El Monte, Bradbury, Arcadia, Monrovia, Pomona, and San Dimas. The Upper San Gabriel River Watershed Area is estimated to receive up to $18.9 million annually to fund regional projects and programs. To learn more about the Safe Clean Water Program or to get connected with stormwater capture project funding opportunities, contact Alfredo via email.

FUNDED PROJECTS

EVENTS & UPDATES

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BARNES

PARK

BALDWIN PARK

Features underground stormwater capture which willl be diverted and treated, then used to infiltrate for groundwater recharge, or be directed back to the storm drain if the vault is full. Also features park improvements

funding requested

$14.7 M

BBASSET H.S. MULTIBENEFIT

PROJECT

LA PUENTE

A regional, multi-benefit, stormwater capture project,  objectives are to improve water quality, increase water conservation through groundwater recharge, increase recreational opportunities, and provide educational outreach to the community.

funding requested

$31.2 M

ENCANTO

PARK

MONROVIA

This project proposes a storm drain diversion to intercept stormwater and convey it to a subsurface infiltration gallery underneath the existing park.

funding requested

$2.5 M

GARVEY AVE.

IMPROVEMENT

EL MONTE

This project proposes a storm drain diversion to intercept stormwater and convey it to a subsurface infiltration gallery underneath the existing park.

funding requested

$4.0 M