Who We Are

Living Arroyos is a multi-agency partnership between the Cities of Livermore, Dublin, and Pleasanton, Zone 7 Water Agency, and the Alameda County Resource Conservation District.

Our Partners

The Alameda County Resource Conservation District serves as the implementation partner of the program. The program area covers the city limits of Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore, and the unincorporated area around the Chain of Lakes. This area is home to more than 45 miles of arroyos.
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Our History

The Living Arroyos program launched in 2013, originally offering internships and weekend volunteer opportunities.

The Adopt a Creek program was developed a year earlier by the City of Livermore Water Resources Division. This program was incorporated into Living Arroyos in 2016 to allow it to expand throughout the Tri-Valley. Today, there are adopted creeks in all Tri-Valley cities and plans to offer more for adoption each year.

Living Arroyos is a unique community engagement opportunity that renews and enhances urban stream and riparian (streamside) habitats in the Livermore-Amador Valley and reestablishes the connection between people and the arroyos in their own backyards.

Our Goals

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Making a Difference

Thanks to the hard work of our volunteers and interns, Living Arroyos has made a positive impact on the Tri-Valley’s waterways!
Creek Sections Adopted
Acorns Planted
Native Species Planted
Gallons of Weeds Removed
Gallons of Trash Removed
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