Scout troops, classrooms, religious and service groups, families, and businesses...
You can help keep Rocklin’s creeks, streams, and open space clean and healthy by volunteering to mark, monitor, and maintain a storm drain inlet in your neighborhood, near your business or school.
The City will supply you or your group with safety equipment. In return, you are asked to periodically report your activities. Download the following documents to start your adoption process.
2009-2010 NPDES ANNUAL REPORT NOW AVAILABLE
Wondering what the City is doing to comply with its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit? Curious about the status of the City’s Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP)? Not sure what either of these are?
Then check out this year’s NPDES Annual Report to find out! Chapters 1 and 2 are updates on the City’s Public Education and Outreach and Public Participation. Chapters 3 through 6 report on the nuts and bolts of operational activities that ensure the City’s ongoing compliance with our stormwater permit as regulated by the State Water Resources Control Board and authorized by the federal Clean Water Act.
NPDES Annual Report
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Board Website
State Water Resources Control Board Municipal Permits
Environmental Protection Agency's NPDES
POLLUTION PREVENTION TIPS
• For Contractors
• For Food Service
• For Residents
• Household Hazardous Waste & Recycling
• Pet Waste
• Pool Water
The City of Rocklin tests the water quality in the five creeks and streams within the City limits. We take samples every four months and track the results so we can monitor the levels of harmful constituents (pollution) in the Dry Creek and Pleasant Grove watersheds.
To see if there is a testing station near your home, school, or place of business, please click on the link below to see the map:
• Water Quality Test Locations