Your Stormwater Information
The Partners for Clean Water work together to educate our
community on stormwater management, water quality, and pollution
prevention. Educating residents of the Treasure Valley on these
important topics helps to reduce pollution and protect the health
of the Boise River and other local waterways.
The members of the Partners for Clean Water are the cities of
Boise and Garden City, the Ada County Highway District (ACHD),
Boise State University (BSU), Idaho Transportation Department
District #3, and Drainage District #3. Our members provide staff
and financial support for our efforts to improve public knowledge
on stormwater management and water quality related topics. The
Partners are also supported by the city of Meridian and the city of
Caldwell. This additional support expands the reach of our effort
and helps educate residents in other areas of the Boise River
Green Stormwater Infrastructure
The Partners for Clean Water have developed a Green Stormwater Infrastructure Tour to
highlight implementation of GSI practices in the Lower Boise River
Watershed. The tour is accessible online and interested parties can
also visit the sites in person to view the GSI installations.
The Interlocking Concrete Paver
Institute (ICPI) will hold a training class for Permeable
Interlocking Concrete Paver installation on November 3rd in Boise.
Additional information is available at the ICPI
Pollution Prevention Information
The Partners for Clean Water have
sheets targeted to specific businesses to provide enhanced
education and outreach on stormwater pollution prevention.
The Partners have selected Mobile Businesses and Commercial
Landscapers as our target industries due to the potential for
stormwater pollution from activities associated with these types of