Here we track other processes and quality of life issues in the urban and rural Delta including, but not limited to:

• Flood Control

• Drinking Water Quality / Toxic Algal Blooms / E.coli issues

• Homeless Encampments on Waterways

• Abandoned Vessels

• California Fires

• Illegal Dumping

Our goal is to provide comment letters to government agencies when needed with recommendations for problem solving and to engage the public in local and state management processes to improve the quality of life in the Delta and to protect the estuary for future generations.


Drinking Water Quality / Toxic Algal Blooms / E.coli Issues

Stockton Drinking Water Facts Sheet – State Water Resources Control Board

Do you wonder why your water may look brown or sometimes smell or taste bad? While it does not mean your water is unsafe, it can be unpleasant and difficult to drink. There are resources available in Stockton to address your concerns. The purpose of this fact sheet is to help answer commonly asked questions, identify resources, and learn about your drinking water.

Comment Letters to Local Government:

Letter to San Joaquin County Administrator Monica Nino regarding Harmful Algal Blooms – August 5th, 2019



Flood Control

Climate Equity and Seismic Resilience for the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary – Restore the Delta, September 2019



Illegal Dumping

Free Mattress Recycling Events in Stockton from October 18th through the 27th!


Abandoned Vessels

Report abandoned vessels here.


Homeless Encampments on Waterways

More information coming soon.


California Fires

More information coming soon.