If you notice any missing storm drain markers, call the City of Chico at 879-6950 to report it and request a replacement.
Storm Water Resource Plan
The City of Chico is preparing a Storm Water Resource Plan to protect and enhance the Big Chico Creek and Little Chico Creek Watersheds. The Draft Storm Water Resource Plan is available for review. Comments will be accepted from June 21st - July 12, 2018. Email comments and questions to SWRP@chicoca.gov.
To learn more, please visit the Storm Water Resource Plan Website.
E-Waste refers to electronic products such as computers, cell phones, TVs, stereos, VCRs and DVD players that are at the end of their “useful life”.
E-Waste products contain toxic substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium, and lithium.
If not properly disposed of, the hazardous wastes from these products can leach into our ground water and local waterways.
E-Waste should be refurbished, if possible, or taken to a facility or business in which it can be recycled or disposed of properly.
Visit www.recyclebutte.net for locations.
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Report polluted runoff from construction site erosion, illegal dumping, and dumping in areas that drain to storm drains (e.g., parking lots)
City of Chico Storm Water Management Program
After hours, weekends and holidays, call 530-897-4911
Butte County Storm Water Program
530-538-7266, Ext. 2009
Governor’s Office of Emergency Services
California State Warning Center
CalTIP (Californians Turn In Poachers and Polluters) hotline
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board
Butte County Public Works Dept.
Solid Waste and Recycling Division
Butte Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility
1101 Marauder Street, Chico
Butte County Environmental Health Dept.