Lower Berryessa Creek Flood Protection Project
The Lower Berryessa Creek Flood Protection Project extends approximately 1.7 miles through the city of Milpitas, from its confluence with Lower Penitencia Creek, south to Caleveras Boulevard. The project also includes about 2.1 miles of Calera and Tularcitos creeks. These two smaller creeks are tributaries to Berryessa Creek and must also be modified to prevent water from overflowing their banks. When complete, this project will protect vast portions of the City of Milpitas from flood events.
Lower Berryessa Creek Project fact sheet
Fact sheets covering the proposed project alternatives are available here:
Locations Lower Berryessa Creek Alternatives A and B
Location Lower Berryessa Creek Alternative C
Location Lower Berryessa Creek Alternative D
Planning and environmental documents for this project can be found in the "Meetings and Notices" section for this project page linked at left.
For more information on this project, contact Project Engineer, Ted Ibarra at (408) 630-2067 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also use “Access Valley Water” to submit questions, complains or compliments directly from your computer to a water district staff person who can help you. Click on the "Projects or work going on in my neighborhood" tab and select
"Berryessa Creek (lower) flood protection project - Lower Penitencia Creek to Calveras Blvd".
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