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Report A Spill Here!

For spills in Humboldt Bay:

  • Cailfornia Office of Emergency Services (800) 852-7550

For spills in or near storm drains (which drain to creeks and Humboldt Bay)

  • Eureka Public Works Dept. (707) 441-4192
  • Arcata Environmental Services Dept. (707) 822-8184
  • Humboldt County Public Works Dept. (707) 445-7491

Storm drains are separate from sewer systems, so stormwater flows into our coastal waterways UNTREATED. Humboldt Baykeeper is working hard to protect our environment but we can't do it alone. We need your help!

 

Polluted runoff from streets, parking lots, and yards—also called "stormwater pollution"—is channeled into the storm drain system that empties directly into our creeks and sloughs, which flow to Humboldt Bay and the ocean.

 

For more information check out the North Coast Stormwater Coalition.

 
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