Government Partners

Caltrans is Proud to Partner with the Following Organizations
California State Parks

The mission of California State Parks is to provide for the health, inspiration, and education of the people of California by helping to preserve the state's extraordinary biological diversity, protecting its most valued natural and cultural resources, and creating opportunities for high-quality outdoor recreation.  As a partner to the Caltrans Stormwater campaign, California State Parks is educating park visitors on their role to minimize the impacts of stormwater to local waterways, and in the process, helping to preserve California’s parks.


City of Roseville Environmental Utilities

Environmental Utilities is an integrated utility provider for the City of Roseville, providing water, wastewater, solid waste, recycled water and stormwater services to a bolstering residential and business community. As a community-owned utility, Environmental Utilities continues to be a leader in utility delivery and provides sound services to nearly 130,000 people. In a partnership with the Caltrans Stormwater campaign, they are dedicated to help us Protect Every Drop, as it is a shining example and shared vision of reminding Californians to adopt simple actions to protect our environment.

Sac State has made various efforts to make sustainability a priority on campus. Students, faculty, and staff work together to make the campus more sustainable and create a culture where sustainability is second nature. Sac State efforts have reduced their environmental impact, created a place where students explore, develop innovative ideas and become pioneers in sustainability. Hosting Clean up events, Composting Practices Seminars, and fundraisers, Sac State Sustainability is the perfect partner to aid Protect Every Drop in the improvement of water and environmental quality.

The City of Sunnyvale

The City of Sunnyvale aims to improve water quality for the benefit of their community and the environment through various community engagement efforts including monitoring and sharing educational messages on pollution prevention and proper disposal. Because the Sunnyvale and Protect Every Drop share goals in Water Preservation, a partnership was developed to work towards that common goal.

Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program

The Watershed Watch Campaign is a public education initiative of the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP). SCVURPPP is an association of fifteen government agencies in Santa Clara Valley that work together to prevent stormwater runoff pollution in local creeks and the San Francisco Bay. Their commitment to runoff pollution prevention makes them a perfect partner to the Caltrans Stormwater campaign. Visit their website to learn more about SCVURPP's goals.

The City of Manteca works to supply to more homes and people with a clean water supply while maintaining and protecting natural resources. Protect Every Drop and the City of Manteca have partnered to increase the efforts made to improve water quality and educate residents on proper waste disposal habits.


As a key partner in the Caltrans Stormwater campaign, the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) is dedicated to the advancement of stormwater quality management through collaboration, education, guidance, regulatory review, and scientific assessment. They are helping to guide and spread the Caltrans' Stormwater campaign message as they continue to implement and maintain effective stormwater quality management programs throughout California. Visit their website for more information.

The California Water Boards comprises ten separate boards charged to preserve, enhance, and restore the quality of California’s water resources and drinking water for the protection of the environment, public health, and all beneficial uses. The State Water Resources Control Board and the nine Regional Water Quality Control Boards have a seat at the campaign’s steering committee providing guidance to the Protect Every Drop campaign. Visit their website to learn more.

Monterey SEA

Monterey Regional Stormwater & Education Alliance (Monterey SEA): This regional program aims to meet Clean Water Act requirements for urban runoff, protect public health and enhance environmental quality of watershed and beaches. In coalition with the Caltrans Stormwater campaign, Monterey SEA works to educate the general public and targeted audiences about stormwater as well as the specific behaviors they can implement to protect water quality.

East Bay Regional Park District

East Bay Regional Park District: The East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) is a system of beautiful public parks and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties east of San Francisco, established in 1934. The system comprises of 120,000 acres with 65 parks including over 1,250 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and nature learning. In addition to its support of the Caltrans Stormwater campaign, the District aims to preserve the heritage of natural and cultural resources, open spaces, parks and trails for the enjoyment and healthful recreation of generations to come. To find out what’s happening in the parks or to become a volunteer, visit their website.