Storm Water Resource Plan
The City of Yuba City is pleased to announce the development of a grant-funded Storm Water Resources Plan (SWRP) for the Yuba City Basin.  The purpose of the SWRP is to protect storm water quality by reducing pollutants and trash and to improve the use of storm water as a resource by “bringing to the top” those multi-benefit projects that can best meet the identified priorities on a watershed basis. Qualifying projects will provide benefits to water quality, water supply, flood management, the environment, public education and jobs.

Through Senate Bill 985, SWRPs are now required in order to receive state grant funds from any voter-approved bond measures. The Yuba City Basin SWRP is intended to meet the State’s SWRP guidelines to establish the eligibility of projects for future grant funding.

​How Can I Get Involved?

  • Attend a public meeting! On May 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm, the City will hold the third of three public meetings to discuss the SWRP and provide an opportunity for community feedback on watershed priorities and potential storm water projects. For more details, click here.
  •  Review the SWRP public draft! The public draft SWRP will be made available for public comment around the beginning of June 2018. If you would like to review the public draft, email Manu Dhaliwal at to be added to the email notification list.


Public Meeting #3 Flyer
Public Meeting #2 Flyer
Public Meeting #1 Flyer
Yuba City Basin Watershed Map
How to Prepare and Submit a SWRP Project
SWRP Project Submittal Form
State Grant Project Submittal Requirements