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Creek and Watershed Management Plan

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Outreach, Meetings, and Workshops 

TAC Meeting #2. On March 11, 2020, the City hosted a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting. Materials from the TAC meeting are provided below. Additional materials presented to the TAC are posted below under Workshop #2.

Workshop #2.  The City held a second public workshop on February 26, 2020. Below is information and materials from the workshop.

TAC Meeting #1. On November 13, 2019, the City hosted a TAC meeting at City Hall. Below is information from the workshop:

Workshop #1. The City held a public workshop on the Creek and Watershed Management Plan (CWMP) on November 6, 2019.  The project team provided an update on what we have learned so far, including the results of an initial field survey. The project team also asked attendees to provide feedback on the City’s creeks and watersheds to help guide the development of the Creeks and Watershed Management Plan. Below is information from the workshop:

Survey. The City conducted a survey to gauge the public's interest in City creeks. The results of the survey are provided below:

Email Notification. To stay informed, please sign up for email notifications HERE.

Questions. For questions or comments about the project, please email cwmp@cityofgoleta.org. 

Project Background

The purpose of the CWMP is to fulfill General Plan Implementation Action CE-IA-3. CE-IA-3 requires a citywide Creek and Watershed Management Plan be prepared to provide detailed standards of acceptable practices for protecting the ecological function, water quality, and drainage and flood control function of Goleta’s creeks and watersheds.

To date, there has been a kick-off meeting with City staff and the consultant team and an inventory of relevant information has been compiled. Field work to gather detailed data on the City's creeks began on August 29th and will continue over the course of the next several weeks.

Additional Information

Creek Corridors Map (February 2020)