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Watershed Watch: Protect Our Creeks And Bay

The Watershed Watch Campaign is a public education initiative of the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP), an association of fifteen government agencies in Santa Clara Valley. The Campaign is dedicated to raising awareness about protecting watersheds and preventing storm water pollution. This website provides free resources and easy everyday ways to prevent pollution in your neighborhood, our local creeks and the Bay.

What’s New

People in outdoor class Congratulations to our Fall 2018 graduates of the Green Gardener Training Program!


Rain barrelsGreen Streets: Yard improvement projects that beautify your landscape and prevent runoff!

DiscountsSunnyvale Carwash & Gas is back with a new menu of services and a new Watershed Watch Discount

Get $3 off their Premium package!

Valero logoWelcome Vikhar Valero as a Watershed Watch Discount Card partner in Cupertino!

Get $1 off any car wash using their convenient drive thru exterior wash!

Earthbaby logoEarth Baby Compostable Diaper Service is our new Watershed Watch partner with a special offer through our Watershed Watch Discount Card!

Sign up for this earth-friendly and convenient diaper service and get a free package of compostable Diapers and Wipes, plus one month of free service!

Premier Car Wash logoWe welcome new partner, Montague Premier Car Wash to the Watershed Watch Campaign!

$3 off Premier Wash, $5 off The Works Wash, $10 off any detailing service above $50

Volunteer to Clean-up Neighborhoods and CreeksVolunteer to Clean-up Neighborhoods and Creeks

Looking for ways to take action? Find local clean-up events.

Storm Drain PollutionNew for Businesses!

A practical guide to preventing storm drain pollution and environmental compliance.

Watershed Heroes Congratulations to our Watershed Heroes who picked up litter at their schools and won Watershed Watcher drawstring sport packs!

January’s winner:
Mr. Nicholson’s 5th grade class at Kathryn Hughes Elementary School in Santa Clara.

Find out how your classroom can participate!



More informative videos about free Watershed Watch educational programs and public services.

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