Pending Enforcement Liabilities & Penalties

This web page provides a summary of enforcement cases that are pending action by the San Francisco Bay Water Board to assess an administrative civil liability or a mandatory minimum penalty. To access documents associated with each case go to Enforcement Case Documents or click on the DISCHARGER/RESPONSIBLE PARTY



For more information on our enforcement procedures and process, go to our Enforcement program web page.

Tentative Cease and Desist Orders

Current Administrative Civil Liability Cases


Discharger or Responsible Party: Stuart and Eric Depper
Alleged Violation: Failure to submit technical reports.
Proposed Penalty: $88,000
Current Status: An Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and a Site Cleanup Requirement have been issued; Remediation of the site is in progress and there will be a future opportunity to comment on a settlement or attend a public hearing regarding this case.

Current Mandatory Minimum Penalty Cases

This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and the North Marin Water District to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $12,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at the North Marin Water District Water System in Marin County. The public comment period is closed. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and the City of American Canyon to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $3,000 for a discharge limit violation. The violation occurred at 151 Mezetta Court in American Canyon, Napa County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and the City of San Mateo to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $24,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at 2495 South Delaware Street in San Mateo, San Mateo County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and Vishay Intertechnology, Monsanto Company, Gould Electronics, Inc., and GlaxoSmithKline PLC, to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $9,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at 3400 Hillview Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and the City of San Mateo to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $3,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at 2050 Detroit Drive in San Mateo, San Mateo County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and Crockett Cogeneration LLP to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $18,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at 550 Loring Avenue in Crockett, Contra Costa County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $66,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at 300 Smith Ranch Road in San Rafael, Marin County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 20, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov. This is a notice of opportunity to comment on a proposed settlement between the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board and the Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside to pay a statutory mandated minimum penalty of $78,000 for discharge limit violations. The violations occurred at 1000 North Cabrillo Highway in Half Moon Bay, San Mateo County. The public comment period is open until 5:00 p.m. on October 20, 2022. Contact Marcos De la Cruz at R2NPDES.MMPS@Waterboards.ca.gov.

Current Expedited Payment Program for Late Reports

  • There are currently no pending cases