Stormwater Pollution & Prevention
Keeping our Water Healthy
Healthy creeks, rivers, lakes and bays are important to Zone 7 and we provide resources to residents and businesses to avoid water pollution and encourage personal action to prevent polluted runoff from entering our waterways.
What is Living Arroyos?
Living Arroyos is a unique community engagement program that renews and enhances urban stream and riparian (streamside) habitats to reconnect people and the arroyos in the community while protecting drinking water and preventing flooding. The following partnership is comprised of:
Something’s Fishy in the Alameda Creek Watershed
Rainbow and steelhead trout are unique species in that individual fish develop differently depending on the environment. All trout hatch in gravel-bottomed, fast-flowing, well-oxygenated rivers and streams.
We’re passionate about Protecting our Planet
While we are focused on delivering safe and reliable water for the people of Tri Valley, we carefully balance those needs with the care of our valuable resources, finding creative ways to align water and energy sustainability.