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Illegal discharges can occur in public or private storm drain inlets. Yes, you should report a spill observed in either public or private storm drains. Public storm drain inlets are mainly located in public streets at the curb and gutters, in public parking lots, and public alleyways. Private storm drain inlets are located on private property, usually in large parking lots or driveways.
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An illegal storm drain discharge (“spill”) occurs when anything other than rainwater enters the storm drain. Common examples of spills or illegal discharges to storm drains include:
To report a spill for Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, or Saratoga use this online form or call 408-354-5385. For emergencies after hours or hazardous waste spills call 911.
Yes, we will investigate the report within 48 business hours and If you request a follow-up response we will contact you on the outcome of report.