If there is a hazardous material being released or someone is in danger, call 911 immediately instead of filling out this form. Don’t put yourself in harm’s way when encountering pollution and keep a safe distance from any hazardous materials.
Look out for anything but rainwater or snowmelt entering the street, storm drains, or any waterbody. Evidence of polluted runoff could include:
Ordinances and state regulations establish methods for controlling pollutants entering the storm drainage system.
Local ordinances are a requirement of the Keep it Clean Partner’s Municipal Stormwater Discharge Permits issued by the State of Colorado.
The objectives of the ordinances are to:
For more specifics about these requirements, contact the Keep it Clean Partner responsible for the jurisdiction in which you are interested.
Fill out this form in as much detail as you can and we’ll make sure the right staff are notified to respond to this incident. Using this form is preferred and will likely reduce response times, but if you would prefer to contact someone directly you can view a list of contacts at the bottom of this page.
Using the form above is preferred in most circumstances, but if you would rather correspond with someone via email or phone please view the drop-down areas below for the proper contacts in each jurisdiction. Please provide as many details as possible regardless of how you proceed.
Jon Allen, Environmental Regulatory Specialist
Tyler Dell, Stormwater Program Manager
Customer Service Center
Submit a Request
After Hours: Call the Emergency Communications Center (303-651-8501) and send an email to contacts above.
Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Team
Christine Katz, Public Works and Utilities Civil Engineer
Brannon Richards, Public Works and Utilities Director
During Office Hours: Call 303-441-1564 and leave a detailed message.
After Hours: Call Boulder County Non-Emergency (303-441-4444) to have Boulder County Public Health contacted.
Jennifer Keyes, Stormwater Quality Coordinator
Melissa Ellis, Environmental Health Specialist
Erin Dodge, Water Quality Program Manager