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Coyote Creek Project Update Virtual Meetings

June 02, 2020
Coyote Creek

Valley Water will be hosting three virtual Coyote Creek Flood Protection Project public meetings. This project underscores Valley Water’s dedication to keeping residents, schools, businesses and transportation infrastructure safe through its flood protection programs.

The safety and health of our neighbors is important to Valley Water and as such, the Coyote Creek Flood Protection Project meetings will be virtual to accommodate social distancing requirements. We want to be present in the community to hear your ideas and address concerns but under current conditions, we want everyone to stay safe. For now, we’ll use virtual platforms to engage with you.

We hope you will join us. Spanish and Vietnamese interpreters will be available at each virtual meeting. A telephone dial-in option is also provided below. To participate in the virtual meetings, click on the link below on the designated meeting date or go to where the links are also available along with the meeting agenda and presentation.

The time for all three meetings will be 6 to 8 p.m.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Neighborhoods: Golden Wheel, Riverbend, and South Bay mobile home parks

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Neighborhoods: Bevin Brook, Nordale, and Rock Springs

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Neighborhoods: Bonita-24th Street, Brookwood Terrace, Five Wounds, Julian-St. James, Naglee Park, Olinder, Roosevelt, and Wooster.

We will also live stream the meetings on Facebook Live: We are recording the meetings and will post them to the project’s website along with the meeting presentation.

The project is currently in the final stages of planning and recommended alternatives will be presented at the virtual meetings. The alternatives will be finalized in summer of 2020. Valley Water will also share the latest project status, next steps on the approval of the recommended alternatives, and public engagement as the project moves into the design phase. 

Valley Water manages an integrated water resources system that includes the supply of clean, safe water, flood protection and stewardship of streams on behalf of Santa Clara County's 2 million residents. The district effectively manages 10 dams and surface water reservoirs, three water treatment plants, an advanced recycled water purification center, a state-of-the-art water quality laboratory, nearly 285 acres of groundwater recharge ponds and more than 294 miles of streams. We provide wholesale water and groundwater management services to local municipalities and private water retailers who deliver drinking water directly to homes and businesses in Santa Clara County.