Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS) Control Program
Reports provide a mechanism to measure and evaluate what the NPS program do and how the environment is responding to our actions. Reporting is part of our overall effort towards developing as performance-based program.
Annual report focuses on efforts and activities during the fiscal year. Some of these activities are specific to those aspects of the NPS Programs and other activities show a broader approach that utilize multi-agency collaboration to address NPS pollution control.
SP-12, formerly Measure Ws, track where watershed quality conditions have improved by utilizing a watershed approach. The purpose of a measure W report is to demonstrate the effectiveness of the watershed approach.
- NPS SP-12 - Updated Regional Water Board SP-12
Archive of Other Reports
WQ-10 Success Stories
Success stories document how restoration efforts have improved primarily NPS impaired waterbodies. Water quality improvements are demonstrated through the achievement of water quality standards for one or pollutants.
- WQ-10 Success Stories - Find US EPA qualified Success Stories here.
- NPS Success Stories - Find Regional Water Board Success Stories here.