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Fish Passage Projects Constructed 2004-2016.

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The Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District is working with Caltrans to develop flood reduction strategies for the Manzanita area. These strategies would include short, medium and long term flood mitigation solutions to the persistent flooding issues at the Manzanita parking area and Shoreline highway.

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Habitat restoration on San Geronimo Creek to benefit endangered salmon.

San Rafael, CA – The rains have arrived in Marin County, bringing with them the return of endangered salmon and steelhead trout to spawn in local creeks.

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About the Project

The existing Azalea Avenue Bridge (State Br. No. 27C-0124) was reportedly constructed over Fairfax Creek in 1930. The cast-in-place reinforced concrete T-beam structure is a simple span bridge, nearly 12 feet above the creek bed.

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The Lower Sleepy Hollow Creek Project Improvements are a portion of the Ross Valley Flood Protection & Watershed Program (Program).

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Proposal To Migrate Project Funding to Corte Madera Creek Flood Risk Management Project - Phase 1

Phoenix Lake project funding which includes a $7,661,000 state grant is currently being migrated to another project.

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Documents indicated by bold text are below.

Update by Supervisor Katie Rice - Winter 2016

Questions & Answers Document - 2/2/16

What We Heard at the February 4, 2014 public meeting

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Winter Weather Outlook

The National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center anticipates that there will be a strong El Niño this upcoming winter and their latest precipitation outlook for December through March indicates that Marin is likely to receive higher than average amounts of precipitation.

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Maintenance Overview

Regardless of predictions, the Marin County Flood Control & Water Conservation District (District) prepares for every year as though it is an “El Niño year.” Although two major flooding years in Marin's history occurred during years with El Niño episodes (1997/98 and 1982/83), it is not unusual to experience ma

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The National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center anticipates that there will be a strong El Niño this upcoming winter and their latest precipitation outlook for December through March indicates that Marin is likely to receive higher than average amounts of precipitation. Additionally, due in part to warmer than average ocean waters, tides could be significantly higher than predicted.