Public Education

Starting July 1, 2015, the LACFCD will implement the components below on a Countywide scale in order to educate the public on stormwater pollution prevention and opportunities for the community to get involved. If you have any questions or potential stormwater pollution prevention opportunities, please contact us.

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CleanLA Hotline and Website

The LACFCD, in collaboration with the County, maintains the countywide hotline (888-CLEAN-LA) and website, which includes information on public reporting of clogged catch basin inlets and illicit discharges/dumping, faded or missing catch basin labels, and general storm water management information. In addition, there is information on Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Electronic Waste (E-Waste), HHW and E Waste collection event schedules, and locations for proper RV sewage waste disposal.

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Media Campaign

The LACFCD also conducts public service announcements and advertising campaigns to provide valuable information on ways to improve stormwater quality in Los Angeles County.

Project Pollution Prevention

Distribution of Public Education Materials

The LACFCD creates and distributes public education materials on the proper handling of pesticides and fertilizers, household waste, green waste, and many other forms of waste.
Additionally, the LACFCD distributes public education materials at various points of purchase, such as automotive stores. The LACFCD will continue to look for more opportunities to distribute information in hopes of reducing stormwater pollution.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Website

The LACFCD, in collaboration with the County, maintains a website on stormwater pollution to educate the public about what they can do to prevent pollution and keep local waterways clean. For more information and stormwater pollution prevention materials, click here.