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Partners for Clean Water


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. With increased growth in our community and increased impervious surfaces our impact on water quality continues to grow. The creation of impervious surfaces that follow continued growth profoundly affects how water moves above and below ground during rain events. These impervious surfaces impact the quality of stormwater and the health of the Boise River.

What is Stormwater?

Green Stormwater Infrastructure

Stormwater Monitoring

The Partners for Clean Water have developed a Fact Sheet to provide information on our water quality monitoring programs. For additional information please contact the Partners.

Stormwater Monitoring Fact Sheet

Stormwater Facility Operation and Maintenance Training

This training is free and open to property managers, HOA managers, maintenance providers, inspectors, landscapers, and anyone who has a role in operating and/or maintaining residential, commercial, or industrial permanent stormwater facilities.

Please join us to learn more about maintenance of stormwater facilities, local ordinances, guidance for property O&M agreements, and how to help prevent stormwater pollution.

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When: September 26th, 2023 1-2:30pm
Where: Library! at Bown Crossing, 2153 E Riverwalk Dr, Boise, ID 83706

Light refreshments will be provided

Questions? Call 208-608-7565

This site is operated by the City of Boise on behalf of the Partners for Clean Water