The Alameda Creek Watershed Council’s mission is to protect and enhance water-related beneficial uses and resources in the Alameda Creek Watershed in order to create a healthy and sustainable watershed for the community. The Council will promote collaboration and the sharing of information among all stakeholders.
The Alameda Creek Watershed Council was created in late 2007. It is a voluntary, nonregulatory group of stakeholders who are interested in protecting and enhancing water-related beneficial uses and resources within the Alameda Creek watershed. The Council evolved from the Alameda Creek Watershed Management Plan Steering Committee that originated in 1998.
ACWC's Information Sheet (pdf)
Map of Alameda Creek Watershed (pdf)
Chair: Elke Rank, Zone 7 Water Agency
The Alameda Creek Watershed Council has established goals focusing on the following areas:
Flood Control and Storm Water Quality
Natural Resources and Wildlife
Public Outreach and Education
Download the Watershed Council's Goals (pdf)
Letter of Understanding (LOU)
Purpose: To establish the Alameda Creek Watershed by documenting in this LOU its mission, goals, process by which it functions, and scope of its activities.
Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
Alameda County Water District
Alameda County Resource Conservation District
East Bay Regional Park District
Friends of the Arroyos
Livermore Area Recreation and Park District
City of Livermore
City of Fremont
San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board
Zone 7 Water Agency
Download the Frequently Asked Questions (pdf) to help your agency or organization decide whether to join the Alameda Creek Watershed Council.
Download the LOU (pdf)
Please click here to see the 2009 Alameda Creek Watershed Council Annual Report.
For more information on the Council please contact Elke Rank at 925-454-5005 or email@example.com or Amy Evans.