What's Happening Now
Flood Zone 9/Ross Valley Flood Protection and Watershed Program
Memorial Park Detention Basin Project
Project Description - Grant Application Documents
Phoenix Lake IRWM Retrofit Project Description - Grant Application Documents
United States Army Corps of Engineers Project
Phoenix Lake IRWM Retrofit RFP Issued
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the feasibiilty of the proposed Retrofit. Services include field geotechnical investigation, engineering analysis of dam retrofit, preliminary design and cost estimation, and preparation of a study report. Proposals are due by Friday December 6, 2013 at 3:00 PM PST.
Sleepy Hollow Creek Cleanup
The Sleepy Hollow community stepped up and removed over 1,100 cubic yards of debris and vegetation from Sleepy Hollow creek on September 7, 2013. Led by Supervisor Rice and her staff with expert guidance from Flood Control creek specialist Bene DaSilva, the community volunteers stepped forward and did the heavy lifting. Great job Sleepy Hollow community! See more info and photos on the Sleepy Hollow Home Association’s website.
Community Meeting November 2nd, 2013
Download and view the Morningside Neighborhood Meeting Presentation held at 1000 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, San Anselmo.
Community Meeting July 13, 2013
Low Impact Developement (LID)
LID is an alternative method of land developement that seeks to maintain the natural hydrologic character of a site or region. The Ross Valley Flood Protection and Watershed Program supports LID, and for more information about LID please visit the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program webpage where you can download the LID Guidance Document "LID - A Sensible Approach to Land Development and Stormwater Management" from the California Water and Land Use Partnership.
History of Corte Madera Creek
Creeks of Ross Valley
The video is 86 minutes in length. We hope you enjoy this educational
and fascinating study.
Real-Time Stream and Rainfall Gauges
Flood Preparation Videos
NOAA Weather Radio–Be Prepared, Day and Night
The National Weather Service recommends having a NOAA weather radio, such as the Midland WR-100B SAME Weather and All Hazards Alert Monitor. NOAA weather radios can be purchased online or at a local electronics store. Learn more...