Alameda Creek Alliance
The Alameda Creek Alliance is a volunteer-based community watershed group working to restore native steelhead trout to Alameda Creek. Find news, events, volunteer opportunities, and more.

Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program
The Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program (ACCWP) is working with local government and together with the community to protect creeks, wetlands, and San Francisco Bay. ACCWP monitors stormwater pollution and water quality.

City of Emeryville – Public Works Department

City of Fremont – Engineering Division

City of Newark – Public Works Department

City of Oakland – Public Works Agency

City of San Leandro – Public Works Department

City of Union City – Public Works Department

Contra Costa County Flood Control & Water Conservation District

The Clean Water Program
The Clean Water Division protects and promotes stewardship of local creeks and watersheds. Program activities include monitoring, watershed assessment, and pollution prevention. The Ddivision is responsible for administering the District’s Clean Water Program.

East Bay Regional Park District
Click on any park listed to find information about location, hours, programs, and more.

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
The agency of the US government that oversees disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery planning.

FEMA Flood
Find flood maps and information about flood preparedness and aftermath.

Friends of San Leandro Creek
A community group of dedicated citizens, students, and businesses interested in San Leandro Creek’s ecology, protection, and enhancement.

Friends of San Lorenzo Creek
A central source of information on the San Lorenzo Creek system and watershed, including action issues and events.

Friends of Sausal Creek
The Friends of Sausal Creek are volunteers working to maintain and improve the creek watershed. Find news, events, creek history, maps of hiking trails, and volunteer opportunities.

Piedmont Avenue Neighborhood Improvement League (PANIL) – Glen Echo Creek
Glen Echo Creek surfaces from underground in two Oakland parks: Glen Echo Park and Oak Glen Park. PANIL is working with the District to plan and repair bank erosion, while volunteers work to retain the creek’s natural environment.

Santa Clara Valley Water District
The Santa Clara Valley Water District manages water resources for Santa Clara County’s 1.9 million residents, making sure there is clean and safe water and performing flood protection duties such as preparing creeks for winter rains through levee maintenance, sediment removal, bank repair, and vegetation management.

Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon Wetland Center
Scenic wetlands and ponds provide flood protection and pollution control for stormwater flowing to the bay. The ponds serve as a habitat for migratory birds, as well as an area for wildlife and wetland study through the Wetland Center, managed by the Math/Science Nucleus. Class field trips are welcome.

The Watershed Project – East Bay, Alameda County
The Watershed Project provides innovative programs in three areas: workshops for educators and the general public, support for creek protection groups, and a marsh and grassland restoration project incorporating community support and education.

Zone 7 Water Agency
The Zone 7 Water Agency is the Tri Valley’s water wholesaler, servicing the California Water Service Company, the city of Livermore, the city of Pleasanton, and the Dublin San Ramon Services District. Zone 7 manages the water supply, treats drinking water, and sells treated water to local retail water agencies that serve the public. Zone 7 also sells untreated water directly to agricultural customers and manages flood control for the Tri Valley.