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Report Stormwater Pollution

Report Stormwater Pollution

Visit Project Clean Water at www.projectcleanwater.org/report-pollution/ for more information on reporting a spill off Port Tidelands.

    Report an Illegal Spill or Discharge in or near San Diego Bay

    • Harbor Police
      619.686.6272
    • Coast Guard
      619.295.3121

    CA Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment

    Illegal Discharge

    An illegal discharge is any discharge or release into stormwater, the storm drains, receiving waters, or land that is not composed entirely of stormwater except conditionally allowed discharges described in the Port’s Stormwater Management and Discharge Control Ordinance, Article 10 – Ordinance No. 2815

    Examples of illegal discharge include: irrigation runoff, air conditioning condensate, diesel fuel, trash, and oil. 

    Over-irrigation

    Over-irrigation can cause illegal discharges and wastes water. For more drought information visit the San Diego Water Authority’s, California American Water or Sweetwater Authority’s websites: