Category: Zone 1: Novato

Novato Creek maintenance projects update, August 2021

The 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. All pumps, motors, and pump stations will be inspected. Every … Continued

Zone 1 budget approved for fiscal year 2021-22

The proposed baseline budget for Flood Zone 1 for fiscal year 2021-22 was reviewed by the advisory board at the February 4, 2021 advisory board meeting. The new fiscal year begins on July 1, 2021. Resources Proposed baseline budget Budget details

Zone 1 budget proposed for fiscal year 2021-22

A baseline budget for fiscal year 2021-22 has been proposed for Flood Zone 1: Novato. The fiscal year 2021-22 begins on July 1, 2021. The advisory board reviewed the budget at the February 4, 2021 advisory board meeting. Resources Fiscal year 2021-22 proposed budget Budget line-item details

Hydraulic modeling of Novato Creek sediment removal scenarios

About 1.5 miles of creek bed had sediment excavated each year in 2008, 2012, and 2016 (every four years) from the Novato Fair Shopping Center creek crossing down to about 530 ft downstream of the SMART Railroad Bridge, including the lower reaches of the two tributaries: Warner Creek and Arroyo Avichi Creek. This sediment removal … Continued

Grant awarded for Deer Island habitat restoration

The County is looking to restore 50 to 110 acres to natural wetlands around Deer Island, located along Novato Creek behind the Vintage Oaks shopping center. The Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District has received a $520,000 grant through the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Measure AA. The funding will be used for … Continued

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