Storm Water Quality and Management
Do you recognize this creek? Is it near your home? It's Windsor Creek! Here you will find some great information for Windsor and Sonoma County residents to help keep Windsor's creeks beautiful and clean.
All of the storm drains in the Town of Windsor discharge into creeks and ultimately drain into the Russian River. The discharge from the storm drains is not treated. That's why it's so important that people in Windsor take the necessary steps to prevent pollution in our creeks. To learn how to to prevent pollution in your neighborhood or business area, click on the Business/Residents tab on this webpage, or visit StreetsToCreeks.org.
Please report any clogged storm drain inlets, spills or dumping that could enter the storm drain system, and faded or missing storm drain labels to the Engineering Division of Public Works at (707) 838-1006 or email during regular business hours, Monday to Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. For calls outside of business hours, please call our 24-hour phone line at (707) 838-1000.
Stormwater-Related Ordinances, Resolutions and Reports
Stormwater Quality Ordinance 2008-249
Erosion Control Ordinance 2008-246
Reducing Pollutants in Storm Water Ordinance 2010-261
Resolution 3142-14 Adopting C.O.S.R. LID (Low Impact Development) Manual
City of Santa Rosa LID (Low Impact Development) Technical Design Manual and related documents
Overview of Windsor's Creeks
There are five major creeks which flow through the Town of Windsor. These creeks are:
- Windsor Creek
- East Windsor Creek
- Pool Creek
- Pruitt Creek
- Starr Creek