Urban stormwater management in Santa Cruz County
Santa Cruz County Code
Santa Cruz County has its own regulations for stormwater that apply to all cities and unincorporated municipalities.
Santa Cruz County has four incorporated cities including Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz, Capitola, and Wastonville, with a combined population of nearly 223,000 inhabitants. The incorporated areas of the county, with a combined total population of approximately 136,000, include Aptos, Ben Lomond, Bonny Doon, Boulder Creek, Brookdale, Corralitos, Davenport, Felton, Freedom, La Selva Beach, Rio Del Mar, Soquel and Zayante, also contribute to runoff issues in the region . The County of Santa Cruz works with the City of Capitola for all their SWMP development.
- Urban stormwater regulations applicable to central coast region
- Urban stormwater management in the City of Scotts Valley
- Urban stormwater management in the City of Santa Cruz
- Urban stormwater management in the City of Capitola
- Urban stormwater management in the City of Watsonville
- Urban stormwater management in the Monterey Bay region
- Urban stormwater management in the City of Pacific Grove
- Santa Cruz County Home Page
- Santa Cruz County Public Works Department Storm Water Home Page
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