The Upper San Gabriel River Watershed Area is located in the mideast portion of Los Angeles County. The watershed area drains to the San Gabriel River and ultimately into the Pacific Ocean. This watershed area includes Big Dalton Wash, San Dimas Wash, Walnut Creek, Live Oak Wash, and San Jose Creek. Municipalities that fall within the boundaries of this Watershed Area include: Baldwin Park, Duarte, Glendora, Industry, Los Angeles County, West Covina, Diamond Bar, Claremont, Azusa, La Verne, Walnut, Irwindale, La Puenta, El Monte, Duarte, South El Monte, Bradbury, Arcadia, Monrovia, Pomona, and San Dimas.
The Upper San Gabriel River Watershed Area is estimated to receive up to $18.9 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.
Julian Juarez, LA County Flood Control District
Tom Love, Upper San Gabriel Valley Water District
Kelly Gardner, Main San Gabriel Basin
Kristen Ruffell, LA County Sanitation Districts
Alina Bodke, LA County Parks & Recreation
Bob Huff, Former CA State Senator
Bryan Urias, Former USGVMWD Board Member
Debbie Enos, Watershed Conservation Authority
Ed Reyes, Consultant
David Diaz, Active SGV
John Beshay, Baldwin Park
Amanda Hamilton, Duarte
Alison Sweet, Glendora
Sam Pedroza, Industry
Paul Alva, Los Angeles County
Julie Carver/Chris Diggs, Pomona
Saasha Geschwind, San Dimas
Meetings and Events