Your County Government Community
Services
Healthy
Kids & Families
Business
Resources
Environment Public Safety Jobs

Public Works

DPW Home
About DPW
Accela Online Permit Database System
Airports
Consumer Information
Engineering Services
Environment Services
Flood Control
Land Development
Landfill Management
Permits and Forms
Recycling
Roads
Special Assessment Districts
Standards
County Surveyor
Transportation
Watersheds
Wastewater
Frequently Asked Questions
Site Map
Current Job Openings
Contacts

Flood Control Grant Project - Cottonwood Creek

Printer Friendly
Font Size Extra Large Font Size Large Font Size Default
DPW logo

Cottonwood Creek: Outreach

Outreach Efforts Help Increase Community Awareness for Invasive Plants

As a component of the project, efforts are being made to help spread community awareness of Invasive Plants throughout the Tijuana River Watershed. This includes information on how projects such as this one can help improve the environment.

Information has been presented to several public groups addressing the project goals, design, and long-term benefits of the project. These have included the Tijuana Watershed Urban Runoff Management Program (WURMP) Workgroup, Fiesta Del Rio in Imperial Beach, and the Chemistry Club at South Western Community College.

Additional outreach components have included the creation of this website.

[Click here for the Informational Handout]

Cottonwood Creek After Removal and Revegetation of Invasive Plants
Cottonwood Creek After Removal and Revegetation of Invasive Plants

Contact Sara Agahi at 858.694.2665 for questions or more information on this grant project.

California State Water Resources Control Board seal San Diego County seal

[ Project Overview ] [ Removal and Revegetation ] [ Outreach ]