Wondering what a watershed district is? Or, for that matter, what a watershed even is? Maybe you've got a specific water topic you'd like to learn more about. Explore the topic pages below, and check out the frequently asked questions at the bottom of the page.
Salt washes into stormdrains and flows through pipes to local lakes, streams, and wetlands, where it becomes pollution. You can help protect clean water.Learn more
Aquatic Invasive Species
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) are organisms that are not native to their environment. They can cause great harm to an aquatic ecosystem by spreading rapidly and outcompeting native species.Learn more
A natural shoreline is a habitat with a diverse mix of plants near and within the water. Native plants maximize benefits such as capturing runoff, filtering pollution, and providing habitat for wildlife.Natural Shorelines
Residential stormwater BMPs are “best management practices” used to minimize stormwater runoff.Learn more
The RPBCWD staff is out on the water year-round monitoring the quality of our lakes and creeks. Learn about some of the things they look at to determine the health of our waters.Learn more
When it comes to our lawns, we want them to be healthy and thriving – but sometimes the best maintenance for our lawn's survival is no maintenance.Learn more
Still have questions about your watershed? Contact us to get more information or ask a question.