Report Drainage Maintenance, Flooding or Pollution
After hours, a caller will be directed to leave a message or to call police dispatch in the event of an emergency.

Report Non-Emergency Illegal Dumping into Storm Drains
916-355-7231 (24-hour non-emergency Police Dispatch)
If you witness an illegal discharge or spill containing hazardous materials, call 911.

Drainage Operations and Maintenance
Josh Johnsrud

Drainage Engineering and Stormwater Quality Program
Ryan Neves, P.E.

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Stormwater Management

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The City of Folsom strives to protect the health and beauty of our waterways for today, tomorrow, and generations to come. Folsom residents use the American and Sacramento Rivers for swimming, fishing, and boating, and our Sacramento County neighbors use it for drinking water as well so it's important that the water is as clean as possible. Animals, fish, and plants also depend on clean water and healthy creek and river habitat for their survival.

The Public Works Department handles all stormwater management issues for the city. We design, build, operate, and maintain the storm drain system. We also manage the City's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit.

Stormwater Quality Program
Storm Drain Cleaning
Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership
Frequently Asked Questions

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