About the Watershed Task Force

The San Clemente Watershed Task Force is a grassroots citizens’ group founded in 2004 in response to urbanization’s growing impact on the local watershed - including the creeks, beaches, and the Pacific Ocean. These areas are beloved to our community and to the visitors that enjoy them. The Task Force recognizes the watershed’s inherent value, and in that spirit, hopes to fulfill goals created through public discussions and monthly meetings.

Mission Statement
To bring more understanding, support and resources to the efforts aimed at reducing litter and pollutants ending up in our streets, open space, storm drains and beaches

To reduce the amount of solid waste going into our landfills by 50% through a city-wide effort to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

1. To educate the community on the impacts that our daily lives cause our local watershed and foster a sense of ownership and involvement in protecting those waters.
2. To foster a level of awareness and involvement with all stakeholders.

Watershed Task Force General Meeting
2nd Tuesday of the Month from 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Meetings are held at the City Offices located at
910 Calle Negocio, Suite 100