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SWRCB Geotracker log-in Page

The California GeoTracker website has public as well as secure sections. The secure portion of Geotracker is used by RP (Responsible Party), RPA (Responsible Party Agent), Laboratories, Contractors and Regulators to upload and track environmental information on the site.

 

Are you a Responsible Party (or RPA) looking to log-in to Geotracker?

Use this RP & RPA log-in to Geotracker link In order to log-in to the California SWRCB (State Water Resources Control Board) Geotracker ESI (Electronic Submittal of Information) website.

 

Are you a Regulator looking to log-in to Geotracker?

Use this Regulator’s log-in to Geotracker link In order to log-in to the California SWRCB (State Water Resources Control Board) Geotracker (admin) website.

 

Public Access to Geotracker

Use this Public Access to Geotracker link In order to navigate to the California SWRCB (State Water Resources Control Board) Public Geotracker website.

 

 


New to Geotracker?

Read our tutorial to learn how to get started with Geotracker and Review the recently Updated California GeoTracker FAQ Guide:

  1. What is Geotracker?

    GeoTracker is a database and geographic information system (GIS) that provides online access to environmental data in California.

  2. Where do I Start?
  3. FINDING SITES, FACILITIES & GLOBAL ID Number.
  4. WHO IS INVOLVED AND WHAT ROLES DO THEY PLAY?
  5. LABORATORY DATA COLLECTION (EDF, “LABCODE”, “LOGCODE”, ETC.)
  6. PRE-UPLOAD PROCESS OVERVIEW
  7. UPLOADING OF DATA AND REPORTS
  8. GEOTRACKER DATA UPLOADING COMMON ERRORS & HOW TO FIX THEM
  9. REGULATORS’ ROLES AND RELATED ISSUES

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