COVID-19 - Water Boards’ response to COVID-19: Meeting information and remote participation; Compliance with requirements; Guidance for regulators and public; Service of process; Delivery/interruption of water; and more…

Most of our staff are teleworking and all staff are available by phone or email. Board Members are now meeting in person; the public is welcome to attend either in person or remotely. Please note that while masks are not required to attend the San Diego Water Board meeting, Board staff encourage all attendees to wear a mask; masks will be available in the reception area.

In person paper file reviews are available by appointment only. If you have any questions regarding the document submittal or file review process, or if you need to schedule an appointment, please contact us at (619) 516-1990.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during these challenging times.

Statement on State Water Boards’ Role in Oil Spill Response:

In response to the massive oil spill that occurred October 1-3 in federal waters off the Orange County coast, a unified command involving multiple agencies has been established to oversee cleanup efforts. The cooperating entities include the U.S. Coast Guard, California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response and Beta Offshore.

A public website with information about the cleanup efforts is available at:

The Santa Ana, Los Angeles and San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Boards are closely monitoring the situation, providing information to the unified command as needed, and will address water quality issues that fall within their regulatory purview at the appropriate time.


Upcoming Board Meetings & Events

  • August 10, 2022 - San Diego Water Board
  • September 14, 2022 - San Diego Water Board
  • October 12, 2022 - Temecula Conference Center
  • October X - WQCC - TBD
  • November 9, 2022 - San Diego Water Board
  • More Events.