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Maintenance
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About the Program

The creek maintenance program provides a framework to integrate creek maintenance and stewardship across the watershed and to monitor potential problems from year to year.

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Hydrology is the scientific study of earth’s natural water movement with a focus on how rainfall and evaporation affect the amount of flow of water in streams and storm drains. 

Hydraulics represents the engineering analysis of the flow of water in streams and infrastructure, such as channels, pipes and other man-made structures. 

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The San Anselmo Flood Risk Reduction Project will reduce the acute risk of flooding in Ross Valley by purchasing two parcels along to San Anselmo and Fairfax Creeks and implementing flood mitigation projects on each; one to remove a channel-constricting building and one to construct a flood diversion and storage basin

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The 2017 summer work program includes trimming vegetation and removing debris from watershed creeks and tributaries. 

This time-lapse movie shows crews removing a huge, fallen tree in Novato Creek. When storm season rolls around, the water will be able to flow safely through the cleared channel.

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Status | Active
Project questions | Contact Richard Simonitch, Public Works Director/Town Engineer, at  publicworks@townofross.org

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Also known as the U.S.

Restoration
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Reports document the monitoring for the Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District’s Vineyard Creek restoration project located in Novato, California. Read them here.

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Request for Proposals - Corte Madera Creek Levee Evaluation

Documents indicated in bold text are below.

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About the Project

Sunnyside detention basin is one component of the San Anselmo Flood Risk Reduction (SAFRR) Project and the information on this page is specific to these components of the overall project.