gaging station of real-time data for the San Francisquito Creek
Francisquito Creek 1998 Flood Peak Data
Gains and Losses along San Francisquito Creek and, Characterization of
Surface-Water and Ground-Water Quality, Southern San Mateo and Northern
Santa Clara Counties, California, 1996-97
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Creek Joint Powers Authority
The San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority (JPA) is an agency empowered
to protect and maintain the 14-mile San Francisquito Creek and its 45
square-mile watershed. Please visit the site to find information on meetings
and current projects.
of Palo Alto -- Creek Monitor
The Watershed Council was created to bring together local governments,
regulatory agencies, property owners, and environmental and neighborhood
groups to foster a diverse and healthy watershed, which is valued as a
natural and community resource, in a manner consistent with public health
and safety and respecting property rights. Please visit this site to learn
more about the council and download publications.
Area Action -- San Francisquito Creek Fact Sheet
Volunteer Monitoring Program -- San Francisco Bay Area
San Francisqito Creek Watershed.
Francisco District Projects -- San Francisquito Creek
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