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Alameda Creek Fish Passage and Related Projects

Creating a More Fish-Friendly Waterway 

     In an effort to restore steelhead trout to Alameda Creek, ACWD and a number of
     Bay Area agencies have worked for more than a decade to make the creek a more
     fish-friendly waterway.  To improve fish passage through the Alameda Creek Flood Control
     Channel, ACWD’s fish passage projects at its water supply facilities include: the removal of
     one rubber dam; construction of fish ladders at two rubber dams; and the installation of fish
     screens at off-stream diversions. 

     All construction projects are slated for completion by late 2017.

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The views and conclusions contained on this page are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the opinions or policies of any entity that provides funds to the Alameda County Water District through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Contract, including the U.S. Government and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute their endorsement by any such entity, the U.S. Government or the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation