The North Santa Monica Bay Watershed Area is located on the west coast of Los Angeles County. The watershed area drains to the Pacific Ocean via multiple creeks including Topanga Canyon, Malibu Creek, Zuma Canyon Creek, and Corral Canyon Creek. Municipalities that fall within the boundaries of this Watershed Area include: Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, Malibu, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, Hidden Hills, and Calabasas.
The North Santa Monica Bay Watershed Area is estimated to receive up to $1.8 million annually to fund regional projects and programs.
Regional Program funds for the Watershed Area are programmed by the Watershed Area Steering Committee comprised of local stakeholders from agencies, municipalities, and community members from within the Watershed Area. The Steering Committee will meet regularly to develop funding plans and recommendations to provide water quality, water supply, and community enhancement benefits to the region. Available meeting details are below.
Cung Nguyen, LA County Flood Control District
David Pedersen, Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
Dave Rydman, LA County Waterworks Districts
Chad Christensen, Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
Madelyn Glickfeld, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability UCLA
Doug Marian, CA Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association
Kirsten James, Resident
Jessica Duboff, LA Area Chamber of Commerce
Tevin Schmitt, Wishtoyo Chumash Foundation Ventura County
Nathan Hamburger, Agoura Hills
Alex Farassati, Calabasas
Kerry Kallman, Hidden Hills
Katy Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles County
Paul Alva, Los Angeles County
Shea Cunningham, Malibu
Jessica Arden, Westlake Village
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