Virginia's Watershed Implementation Plan

Local Plans for Restoring Water Quality

The Commonwealth of Virginia asked 96 localities in the Chesapeake Bay watershed to explain how they would reduce nutrient and sediment pollution in their local waters. Plans that have been made publicly available to date are provided below.

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) will continue to post these local cleanup plans as we receive them so citizens can read them, provide input to their locality, and help establish clean water priorities and goals in their community.

CBF encourages you to review your locality's plan, contact local officials with questions, and urge them to implement the plan.

If you don't see your locality's plan here, it may be because your locality or the state has not made it public.  Contact your locality and ask to see its Bay cleanup plan. If it refuses, ask why. Get involved. Demand clean water.

For more information, contact Chris Moore in Hampton Roads, 757-622-1964, or Ann Jurczyk in Richmond, 804-780-1392.





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