Neighborhood Resources


Keep debris and trash out of our streams
Healthy, flowing creeks reduce flood risks by carrying stormwaters away from properties and roads. Don’t pollute, dump, or drain anything into our waterways. Dumping into a stream is illegal; it affects the water quality, creek habitat and can cause blockages, increasing flood risks. 

Report blockages like wood or debris dumping in creeks to the Valley Water Watersheds Operations & Maintenance hotline at 408-630-2378

Report pollution in a creek, pond, or reservoir, call 1-888-510-5151

You can also report these issues through Valley Water's customer service portal, Access Valley Water.


San Jose 311


  • Vehicle Concerns
  • Graffiti
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Potholes
  • Streetlight Outages
  • Illegal Fireworks
  • Community Wifi
  • Other Concerns

Looking for:

  • Pay Utility Bills
  • Rent Registry Tenant Portal
  • Eviction Prevention
  • Affordable Housing
  • Street Sweeping

Residential Garbage & Recycling Services:

  • Junk Pickup
  • Container Issues
  • Missed Collection
  • Services for New Homes
  • My Collection Schedule



The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) owns or controls 350,000 acres of Right of Way and maintains 15,133 centerline miles of highway and 13,063 state highway bridges. Caltrans also inspects over 12,200 local bridges.


  • Encampments
  • Graffiti
  • Landscaping - Weeds, Trees, Brush
  • Litter - Trash & Debris
  • Roadway - Potholes