About Us

The Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership (SSQP) is a multi-jurisdictional
program made up of Sacramento County and the incorporated cities of Sacramento,
Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, and Rancho Cordova, educating and
encouraging the community to protect local waterways from the impacts of urban
run-off, which flows untreated from storm drains to creeks, streams and rivers.

What is Stormwater?

Stormwater is rain that flows over land or impervious surfaces, such as paved streets, parking lots, and building rooftops, and does not soak into the ground. In urban areas less rain is able to infiltrate into the ground, thus creating urban runoff and picking up pollutants along the way. Stormwater carries pollutants such as trash, pet waste, and garden chemicals into nearby storm drains, which eventually flows into waterways untreated. This harms the quality of our waterways.

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Ways to Protect Water

We need your help to protect our local waters!

Water pollution primarily comes from residents and you
are the most important solution to stormwater pollution.
Learn how you can help prevent stormwater pollution
and improve our community.

Get Involved

Mercury

Mercury is very toxic to people and wildlife, and some of its uses have resulted in widespread contamination of the environment. Let’s work together to protect and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods and throughout the community for our enjoyment now…and for our children’s enjoyment in the future.

Stop pollution at the source:

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Mercury

Pesticides

Using less or non-toxic alternatives in your garden is important for a healthy garden, the beneficial bugs, our waterways, and our ecosystem. Let’s work together to protect and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods and throughout the community for our enjoyment now…and for our children’s enjoyment in the future.

Stop pollution at the source:

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Pesticides

Pet Waste

When pet waste is improperly disposed of, it can be picked up by stormwater runoff and washed into storm drains then directly to the river without being treated. Let’s work together to protect and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods and throughout the community for our enjoyment now…and for our children’s enjoyment in the future.

Stop pollution at the source:

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Pet Waste

Trash

Litter from sidewalks, streets, parking lots, and nature areas eventually find its way into our rivers. Let’s work together to protect and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods and throughout the community for our enjoyment now…and for our children’s enjoyment in the future.

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  • Home & Landscape Expo – Day 1
    12:00 -16:00
    02/02/2024

    California’s largest 3-day show of its kind returns to Cal Expo February 2-4, 2024!

     

     

    12:00 PM – Fruit Trees, from Bareroot Babies to Decades of Abundance

    Presenter: Julie Barbour, Our Water Our World Program Educator

     

     

    1:00 PM – Landscapes Without Limitations – Big Ideas for Small Spaces

    Presenter: Michael Glassman, Landscape Designer and Author

     

     

    2:00 PM – The 4 P’s Impacting Bee Health: Pests, Pathogens, Pesticides and Pasture – What we can do to support bee health supports our health

    Presenter: Wendy Mather, California Master Beekeeper Program Co-Manager, Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of California at Davis

     

     

    3:00 PM – Whole House Batteries and Storage, What are the Benefits and How Do They Compare with Generators

    Presenter: Bill Horbaly, Connected Technology

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  • Home & Landscape Expo – Day 2
    11:00 -16:00
    02/03/2024

    California’s largest 3-day show of its kind returns to Cal Expo February 2-4, 2024!

     

     

    11:00 AM – Myths and Facts of Landscape Tree Planting and Care

    Presenter: Pam Bone, UC Master Gardener

     

     

    12:00 PM – Do’s and Don’ts of Decorating, Avoid Costly Mistakes and Learn the Secret Tricks Designers Use to Enhance Your Space

    Presenter: Becca Cason, Interior Designer, Furnitalia and European Kitchen and Beyond

     

     

    1:00 PM – Your Landscape Can Be Your Living Space

    Presenter: Roberta Walker, Roberta Walker Landscape Design, Sustainable Gardening Expert

     

     

    2:00 PM – Roots, Fruits and Flowers – You Can Have It All; This is all about basic plant and soil care, and how with water, fertilizer and loads of beneficial insects, you can have an amazing yard and garden

    Presenter: Julie Barbour, Our Water Our World Program Educator

     

     

    3:00 PM – Contractor, Handyman or DIY? When to Use Each and When to Get a Building Permit

    Presenter: Bill Horbaly, Connected Technology

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  • Home & Landscape Expo – Day 3
    11:00 -16:00
    02/04/2024

    California’s largest 3-day show of its kind returns to Cal Expo February 2-4, 2024!

     

     

    11:00 AM – New Trends in Landscaping for 2024: Beneficial, sustainable landscapes that encourage pollinators and low maintenance

    Presenter: Michael Glassman, Landscape Designer and Author

     

     

    12:00 PM – How to Have a Healthy Lawn that Gets Nearby Flowers, Shrubs and Trees Thriving

    Presenter: Julie Barbour, Our Water Our World Program Educator

     

     

    1:00 PM – Your Landscape Can Be Your Living Space

    Presenter: Roberta Walker, Roberta Walker Landscape Design, Sustainable Gardening Expert

     

     

    2:00 PM – Do’s and Don’ts of Decorating, Avoid Costly Mistakes and Learn the Secret Tricks Designers Use to Enhance Your Space

    Presenter: Becca Cason, Interior Designer, Furnitalia and European Kitchen and Beyond

     

     

    3:00 PM – Whole House Batteries and Storage, What are the Benefits and How Do They Compare with Generators

    Presenter: Bill Horbaly, Connected Technology

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  • RCWWA – Steelhead Creek Weekly Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/07/2024

    204 W El Camino Ave, Sacramento, CA 95833-2203, United States

    We’re moving downstream. Counting trash is finished.
    The levee has been cleared of brush and the trash remains. There isn’t money in the budget to clean trash. We will be able to pile trash nearby for county pickup.

    We are continuing our work with Friends of Steelhead Creek stewards Dr. Roland Brady and Crystal Tobias to clean this poor, trashed creek.
    We will meet at the southwest levee gate of Steelhead Creek at West El Camino, near where we have met before. We will then park nearby on the levee.
    Please come out and help with this project. We will provide bags, but please bring along your sturdy footwear, grabbers, buckets, gloves, and hats – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available. Entry into the water is always optional.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun, and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin always says!
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
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  • RCWWA – Deborah’s Northgate Maintenance Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/08/2024

    Camp Pollock
    Park at Camp Pollock
    Deborah will lead us through her adopted spot. This will be a maintenance mode cleanup starting at the entrance to Camp Pollock and cleaning the roads, trails, woodlands, and abandoned camps, nearby.
    Sturdy shoes/boots are recommended. This will be a easy level event with a short walk. RCWA will provide bags, but please bring along your grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin says.
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
    Link to Events:
    https://www.facebook.com/rivercitywaterwayalliance/events
    Link to YouTube Channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/@rivercitywaterway See less

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  • RCWWA – Natomas Canal Cleanup & Shopping Cart Rodeo
    09:30 -12:00
    02/10/2024

    3611 Truxel Rd, Sacramento, CA 95834-3604, United States

    Please join RCWA and Sacramento City Mayor Pro Tem Karina Talamantes for this exciting collaborative Community Cleanup along the Natomas East Drainage Canal behind the Natomas Marketplace.
    AGE LIMIT: This event is not suitable for minors under 16 years old. Minors older than 16 are invited, but must be supervised by a responsible adult.
    LOCATION: We will meet in the parking lot behind the Home Depot located at 3611 Truxel Road, Sacramento, CA. Please arrive early and enjoy coffee and donuts compliments of MPT Talamantes’ Office!
    EVENT: This will be an easy to difficult level cleanup with lots of trash, including over 100 shopping carts that are in and around the canal. Also, Reclamation District 1000 has agreed to haul all of our piles away!
    EQUIPMENT: The hosts will provide bags, but please bring along your sturdy, water-resistant footwear, grabbers, buckets and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets, grabbers and gloves will be available.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants may be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe and have fun!
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
  • ARPF – Love the Parkway! Parkway Connect
    10:00
    02/10/2024

    Howe Ave River Access Lot

    Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Us!   Join us on February 10th @ 10AM at the How River Access for a special Valentine’s card-making event! ✨ Paint rocks or leaves to create unique and personalized cards for the Parkway or your loved ones.

    **Don’t miss out on this fun family-friendly event!**
    **this event will be weather dependent**
  • SPIU – McKinley Park Trash Dash
    10:00 -12:00
    02/10/2024

    Walk Safe & Sac Picks It Up

    601 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95816-3805, United States

    Hey friends, come help out on our Trash Dash. McKinley Park Trash Dash Saturday, February 10th from 10 am until noon. Rain or Shine! This is a very family friendly event, and also a great opportunity for any local students to get community service credits.

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  • RCWWA – Ali’s Friday Arcade CRK Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/16/2024

    This series of cleanups are being made possible by a Watershed Stewardship and Education Grant awarded by the Sacramento County Stormwater Quality Program. We would like to sincerely thank the County for funds needed to keep our volunteers properly equipped.
    We will continue to partner with Arcade Creek – Adopt A Creek Project to focus on another infamously trashed stretch of this 16.2 mile creek. We will be visiting a new spot, upstream from Ali’s adopted section, as we inch up toward Lilia’s adopted sections in the City of Citrus Heights. The cleanup area is upstream from Keoncrest where we performed numerous cleanups last year, and downstream from Greenback Lane.
    We will park at the far back of the Hidden Oaks Apartment Complex by their little dog park, gear up, and walk to Arcade Creek from there. Please arrive on time as the complex is fairly expansive and the route to our meeting spot could be confusing.
    Please bring water and only do what you are comfortable doing. As always, you can leave whenever you want or need.
    This cleanup will have some challenging access spots into the creek and may require a rope to get into the channel, however, there are some flat spots as well for easy pickin’.
    The event will range in difficulty from moderate to hard and may not be suitable for children under the age of 16. There will be something for almost everyone as we will be cleaning in the creek and up above, on land.
    We will provide bags, but please bring along your sturdy WATERPROOF footwear, grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available. There will be water in the creek, fairly deep in a few spots. Participants will be required to wear rain boots or waders if they intend to get into the water. The water is quite chilly this time of year. Entry into any waters is always optional.
    As with all events shared on our Page, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose”!, as Bill Templin says. Thank you! 
    Arcade Creek Adopt-A-Creek Project
    https://www.facebook.com/ArcadeCreekAACP
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  • Elk Grove Anti-Trash – Backer Park & Bilby
    09:00 -11:00
    02/17/2024

    Weather permitting, join us for another varied cleanup, starting at Backer Park, with hopes of hitting Carroll Elementary, Bilby Road, and drainage ditches wherever we can find them.
    We hope to hit all the side streets, Landscaping, you name it, there will be a little bit of everything for everyone.
    It has been well over a year since we have been in this area, and it certainly deserves our attention.
    Please stay tuned to this event page as we watch the weather forecast.
    New to cleanups? Please arrive early to get signed in and get gear. If you have supplies, please bring your own gloves, buckets, bags, but we have items for you. Buckets, gloves, grabbers, vests, bags.
    Please wear appropriate clothing, boots   or closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, hats, and bring your own water.
    All cleanups are done at your own risk, but safety first! Our trash safety talk starts promptly at 9:00 am.
    See you soon!!
    Let’s Clean Elk Grove together!
  • RCWWA – Steelhead Creek Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/17/2024

    With recent high waters now receding, we will return to this area
    next to Steelhead Creek to remove soaked and muddy trash and debris the campers did not move out of harm’s way when the creek was rising 2 weeks ago.
    We will meet on Acoma Street and caravan into the cleanup spot. Thus, it is imperative that folks arrive on time.
    Sturdy, waterproof boots and long sleeves and long pants are recommended. This will be an easy to difficult level event with uneven terrain.
    RCWA will provide bags, but please bring along your grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin says.
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
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  • RCWWA – Arcade Crk Cleanup at Norwood
    09:00 -12:00
    02/18/2024

    Our apologies, but this will be an 18 and Over Event due to numerous encampments in the area.
    With recent high waters now receding, we plan to tackle a brand new area of Arcade Creek to remove soaked and muddy trash and debris campers did not move out of harm’s way when Arcade Creek rose 2 weeks ago. This event will be conducted in coordination with American River Flood Control District who has graciously agreed to haul off all of the trash and encampment debris we pile up. And this will be a BIG one.
    Sturdy, waterproof boots,long sleeves and long pants are recommended. Folks desiring to enter the creek will need hip or chest waders. This will be an easy to difficult level event with uneven terrain.
    RCWA will provide bags, but please bring along your grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin says.
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
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  • RCWWA – American River Cleanup @ Waterton Way
    09:00 -12:00
    02/21/2024
    It is always fun exploring new areas. Waterton Way is just a short way upstream from the Watt Ave river access. (From U.S. Highway 50, take the Watt Ave. North exit. Then make an immediate right onto the La Riviera Way off-ramp. From there, make a right down La Riviera Drive, then a left on Waterton Way. Turn into the parking lot for the access.).
    We will be cleaning several abandoned illegal camps right on the river’s edge. The camps are accessible via a steep slippery trail. The camps are on flat ground once we reach them. Trash will probably be hauled up the bank by ropes. This is a beautiful section of the river with abundant wildlife.
    Please come out and help with this project. We will provide bags, but please bring along your sturdy footwear, grabbers, buckets, gloves, and hats – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available. Entry into the water is always optional.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    This cleanup is being made possible by a Watershed Stewardship and Education Grant awarded by the Sacramento County Stormwater Quality Program. We would like to sincerely thank the County for funds needed to keep our volunteers properly equipped.
    Overall, be safe, have fun, and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin always says!
  • UC IPM – Pest Insight Webinar Series
    09:00 -11:15
    02/21/2024

    This webinar-style workshop aims to provide applied, scientific, and decision-based pest control information to pest control licensees. Join us from 9:00am to 11:15am. Two continuing education units (CEUs) will be available from SPCB and CDPR.

    To register for the webinar, view past webinar topics, and view the current agenda, visit the Pest Insight Webinar Series website.

    February 21, 2024

    Topics:

    • Low-impact IPM for Ant Control
    • Blow Flies in Urban Landscapes

    Registration is $30 per person. Register for this webinar!

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  • RCWWA – Deborah’s Northgate Maintenance Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/22/2024

    Park at Camp Pollock
    Deborah will lead us through her adopted spot. This will be a maintenance mode cleanup starting at the entrance to Camp Pollock and cleaning the roads, trails, woodlands, and abandoned camps, nearby.
    Sturdy shoes/boots are recommended. This will be a easy level event with a short walk. RCWA will provide bags, but please bring along your grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available.
    AGE LIMIT: This event is not suitable for minors under 16 years old. Minors older than 16 are invited, but must be supervised by a responsible adult.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin says.
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
    Link to Events:
    https://www.facebook.com/rivercitywaterwayalliance/events
    Link to YouTube Channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/@rivercitywaterway
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  • RCWWA – Ali’s Friday Arcade Crk Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/23/2024

    This series of cleanups are being made possible by a Watershed Stewardship and Education Grant awarded by the Sacramento County Stormwater Quality Program. We would like to sincerely thank the County for funds needed to keep our volunteers properly equipped.
    We will continue to partner with Arcade Creek – Adopt A Creek Project to focus on another infamously trashed stretch of this 16.2 mile creek. We will be visiting a new spot, upstream from Ali’s adopted section, as we inch up toward Lilia’s adopted sections in the City of Citrus Heights. The cleanup area is upstream from Keoncrest where we performed numerous cleanups last year, and downstream from Greenback Lane.
    We will park at the far back of the Hidden Oaks Apartment Complex by their little dog park, gear up, and walk to Arcade Creek from there. Please arrive on time as the complex is fairly expansive and the route to our meeting spot could be confusing.
    Please bring water and only do what you are comfortable doing. As always, you can leave whenever you want or need.
    This cleanup will have some challenging access spots into the creek and may require a rope to get into the channel, however, there are some flat spots as well for easy pickin’.
    The event will range in difficulty from moderate to hard and may not be suitable for children under the age of 16. There will be something for almost everyone as we will be cleaning in the creek and up above, on land.
    We will provide bags, but please bring along your sturdy WATERPROOF footwear, grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available. There will be water in the creek, fairly deep in a few spots. Participants will be required to wear rain boots or waders if they intend to get into the water. The water is quite chilly this time of year. Entry into any waters is always optional.
    As with all events shared on our Page, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose”!, as Bill Templin says. Thank you! 
    Arcade Creek Adopt-A-Creek Project
    https://www.facebook.com/ArcadeCreekAACP
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  • RCWWA – American River Cleanup
    09:00 -12:00
    02/24/2024

    Come out and help Michael Tscheu clean up his adopted spot. Michael is proud to report that the entire area between Watt Ave and Howe Ave river access parking lots is all RCWA clean. He spent 3 days last week collecting almost 700 pounds of trash from these neighborhood river trails.
    Michael needs our help again clean the area from Howe Ave to CSUS. Unfortunately, several of the same camps we have cleaned before are now trashed again. It is encouraging that almost all the camps in the entire area are gone, but trash remains. Let’s go out and help Michael.
    Meet at Howe Ave river access. Parking passes will be available.
    This is a relaxed to challenging level cleanup with plenty of easy areas nearby. Something for everyone in this beautiful section of the river. RCWA will provide bags, but please bring along your sturdy footwear, grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose”!
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
    Link to Events:
    https://www.facebook.com/rivercitywaterwayalliance/events
  • Sac Picks It Up – Mather Area Vernal Pool Cleanup
    10:00 -12:00
    02/24/2024
    It’s another SPIU/Sacramento Splash cleanup at our area’s precious Vernal Pools, where Sacramento Splash leads public tours!
    Join us from 10am-noon on Saturday February 24th!
    We’ll remove illegally dumped trash from these otherwise protected and vital seasonally ephemeral pools that are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including endemic flowers, insects and creatures!
    BRING: gloves & grabbers & buckets if you have them (we will supply them if not!). We have industrial garbage bags for all.
    TERRAIN: mostly flat with some uneven terrain in the grassy areas near the pools. We’ll also clean up trash found on or near the road.
    LOCATION:
    The vernal pools are located NEAR BUT NOT AT Mather Regional Park, located off Highway 50 east of Sacramento.
    From HWY 50, take the Zinfandel Dr exit towards Mather Lake but keep driving on Zinfandel until it turns into Eagles Nest Rd.
    Keep driving down Eagles Nest Rd until it TURNS FROM A PAVED ROAD INTO A DIRT ROAD and park anywhere around there!
    All volunteer activity is performed at your own risk, as always!
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  • RCWWA – Arcade Crk Cleanup at Norwood 2.0
    09:00 -12:00
    02/25/2024

    Our apologies, but this will be an 18 and Over Event due to numerous active encampments in the area.
    With recent high waters now receding, we plan to continue with this new area of Arcade Creek to remove soaked and muddy trash and debris campers did not move out of harm’s way when waters were higher. This event will be conducted in coordination with American River Flood Control District who has graciously agreed to haul off all of the trash and encampment debris we pile up. And this will also be a BIG one.
    Sturdy, waterproof boots,long sleeves and long pants are recommended. Folks desiring to enter the creek will need hip or chest waders. This will be an easy to difficult level event with uneven terrain.
    RCWA will provide bags, but please bring along your grabbers, buckets, and gloves – a limited number of loaner buckets and grabbers may be available.
    As with all events shared on RCWA, participation is performed solely at your own risk. Please place safety FIRST and do only what you feel comfortable doing. Moreover, participants will be required to sign a Release and Waiver form if they have not done so previously.
    Overall, be safe, have fun and get some “Exercise with a Purpose” as Bill Templin says.
    Thank you!
    River City Waterway Alliance
    “Restoring & Protecting Our Waterways”
    Instagram @RiverCityWaterwayAlliance
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March
March
Man walking dog

Pet waste is a significant, yet preventable, water pollutant. Please clean up after your pet!

Not all bugs are bad! Learn how
good bugs can defend your home
against pests

Landscape and Nursery Expo

Businesses from all around participate in this annual event. Residents can learn various landscape techniques as well as purchase supplies, equipment, and attend educational seminars.

Tuesday, May 3

For More Information

Contact the Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership at

ssqpinfo@cityofsacramento.org
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