NPDES (Stormwater Management)

The City of Brentwood ("Brentwood") in conjunction with several other Contra Costa County agencies and cities combine resources through the Contra Costa Clean Water Program (CCCWP) in order to comply with regulations set by the Clean Water Act. The CCCWP is dedicated to maintaining a healthy environment in Contra Costa’s creeks and rivers, the San Joaquin Delta, and the San Francisco and San Pablo Bays by striving to eliminate stormwater pollution through public education, inspection, enforcement and industrial outreach. 
The goal of Brentwood’s Stormwater Management Program is to reduce non-stormwater and tainted stormwater discharges into the City’s storm drain system, which includes Marsh Creek as a major tributary to the San Joaquin Delta. In accordance with the Stormwater C.3 Guidebook, the Brentwood Municipal Code (Chapter 14.20) requires the submittal of a Stormwater Control Plan with the application for approval of any development project subject to C.3 requirements.
Green Infrastructure Plan: On December 8, 2020, City Council approved the City of Brentwood Green Infrastructure Plan. Click on the image to the right to read the full Green Infrastructure Plan.   

Reference Information:

Annual Reports
*Annual Report 2019/2020 - Current
  Annual Report 2018/2019
  Annual Report 2017/2018
  Annual Report 2016/2017

Contra Costa County Tips & Resources
Contra Costa County Clean Water Program Materials
Architectural Copper Requirements

Illicit Discharge
     Enforcement Response Plan (ERP)
     Enforcement Procedures

   Industrial and Commercial Business Inspection Plan
   Violation Correction Procedures

     Construction & Debris No. 754
     Stormwater Management No. 793

      Municipal Regional Permit (MRP)
      MRP Amendment - East County

Report a Spill
    Complaint and Spill Response Phone Number