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Water Quality Goals
The Marion County Public Works Department's Water Quality Program coordinates the county's response to federal and state clean water regulations. The goal of the program is to protect the health of our streams, riparian areas and wetlands through the following strategies:
Identify strategic responses to water quality concerns.
Provide public education and outreach regarding current water quality issues.
Minimize the effects on water quality from county operations using Best Management Practices.
Build relationships and work collaboratively with public and private partners to share information and resources.
The Water Quality Program coordinates with the county’s Planning, Engineering, and Operations divisions to provide a comprehensive approach to watershed and stormwater management.
Program News and Updates
Take the Scooper Hero Pledge today!
How to pledge:
- E-mail MCcleanwater@co.marion.or.us
- Include: "I understand the pet waste, when carried by rain water to our local streams, can increase bacteria, making it unsafe. I pledge to be a good steward of my community by always picking up after my pet's waste, even in my backyard."
- Your address (where to mail the bag dispenser)
- Your pet's name
Stormwater Management Plan
The Marion County Stormwater Managment Plan outlines the actions that will ensure that the County meets the requirements of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permits and reduces it's impact on the surrounding waterways.
Please review the
Stormwater Management Plan and provide comments to: email@example.com
7th Annual Mid-Willamette Erosion Control and Stormwater Management Summit - coming soon (Jan 2018)
Watershed Councils in Marion County
North Santiam Watershed Council
Claggett Creek Watershed Council
Pudding River Watershed Council