The Santa Margarita Region Watershed Water Quality Workplan (Watershed Workplan) update document was prepared by the County of Riverside, the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District), the City of Murrieta, the City of Temecula, and the City of Wildomar (collectively referred to as the “Copermittees”).
The Watershed Workplan update was prepared by the Copermittees in compliance with their area-wide municipal separate storm sewer system discharge permit as specified in Sections G and F.1.d. of Order No. R9-2010-0016 issued by the San Diego Regional Board on November 10, 2010. That Order can be reviewed or downloaded using website address: http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/sandiego/water_issues/programs/stormwater/rsd_stormwater.shtml.
The purpose of the Watershed Workplan update is to identify changes in water quality problems or priorities, and necessary change to actions the Copermittees will take to implement jurisdictional or watershed BMPs to address those identified in the Santa Margarita Region to the maximum extent practicable. As part of the public review process of the Watershed Workplan update, the Copermittees are soliciting receiving water quality data collected by others. In soliciting receiving water quality data, the Copermittees request the sampling location latitude and longitude, name and address of the water quality analytical laboratory, copies of the laboratory analytical reports, and the quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) program for sampling and analysis.
The Watershed Workplan update document can be viewed or downloaded on the District’s website under the Public Notice section using the following website address: http://rcflood.org/. The Copermittees will hold a public meeting to review the Watershed Workplan updates during the quarterly held public Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting. The TAC Meeting will be held at the City of Temecula City Hall located at 4100 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92589 at 10:00 a.m. on April 23, 2014.
Persons requesting information regarding the upcoming Watershed Water Quality Workplan update meeting or who may have receiving water quality data for consideration in future updates of the Watershed Workplan should contact Robert Collacott at (951) 955‑0842, email@example.com or David Garcia at (951) 955‑1330, DHGarcia@rcflood.org.