WATER LEADER RESOURCES

We want to offer a forum for you to share information and ideas with the Watershed Area Steering Committees (WASC) committees who also have a track record of advocating for sustainability and equity, to ensure that this funding is used effectively to clean our water and green our communities. 

Decisions made over the next few years will either intensify the conventional, top-down, fragmented approach to infrastructure investment or forge a strong, inclusive and holistic regional movement for resilient communities, particularly low-income communities of color. Water policy and infrastructure are complicated.  We want to support our community stakeholders with strategic and technical information on an ongoing basis so that everyone can play an even more effective role in these discussions and advance the goals of our communities.

With this goal, feel free to use the resource documents below. Your knowledge and experience will truly be invaluable to the process of investing in a more equitable, healthy and resilient region. 

NATURE BASED SOLUTIONS (Best Management Practices)

Nature-based solutions and stormwater management in Los Angeles County- By The Nature Conservancy

ESTIMATED ANNUAL MUNICIPAL PROGRAM FUNDS BY MUNICIPALITY

ESTIMATED ANNUAL REGIONAL PROGRAM FUNDS BY WATERSHED AREA

Safe Clean Water Program Ordinance and Documents

SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Regional Project Scoring Criteria

Anticipated Implementation Timeline

Watershed Area Steering Committees (WASC) and Disadvantaged Communities (DACs)