City of Marina, CA
Print PageRSS Feeds
City of Marina

Go To Search
City of Marina Stormwater Management Program
Program Summary

An integral part of making the City of Marina a beautiful place to live, work and visit is the City’s Stormwater Management Program. The title “stormwater management program” is a real misnomer that infers that we should only be concerned about pollution control during a storm event. However, the “Program” is about protecting all water resources, surface, ground water, streams, rivers, creeks and the ocean throughout the year. The Program is an element of all City Departments and agency staff is committed to ensuring city-wide compliance with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board’s Regional Municipal Stormwater Permit (i.e. The New MS4 Phase II Permit – P2).

The Stormwater Management Program’s primary goal is to protect our most valuable natural resource, which in the City of Marina is groundwater from the degradation caused by pollution (i.e. oil, gas, trash, pesticides, excess fertilizers, pet waste, irrigation runoff and etcetera) left on the ground.

To accomplish this objective, there are six Minimum Control Measures (MCMs) that the City must implement in order to not only protect local water quality, but ensure program compliance.

Earth Day Art Contest (April 20 Deadline)
The City of Marina wants to bring attention to preserving our valuable natural water resources. Storm drain pollution is caused by motor oil, trash, pesticides, petwaste, etc. This could effect ground water, streams, creeks, rivers and the ocean. The contest artwork should include how preventing pollution on land (such as storm drain pollution) can protect water resources and wildlife.

For more information on the contest, click the following link:
Earth Day Art Contest Flyer

Stormwater Construction/Development Training Opportunities 2018-2019
Are you a contractor, builder, developer and/or building industry consultant looking for stormwater related training this year? Click the link below for information on Professional Development Hours (PDH), Continuing Educational Units (ECU), and required Construction General Permit certification program opportunities for 2018-2019.

Stormwater Construction/Development Training Opportunities

Tree City USA California redevelopment association award winner
City of Marina | 211 Hillcrest Avenue | Marina, CA 93933 | Phone: (831) 884-1278 | E-mail:
Contact Us     |    Hablan Español     |    Intranet     |    Sitemap     |    Accessibility     |    Powered by CivicPlus  |  Copyright Notices