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Sausal Creek Restoration Project
Update July 2016
The goal of the Sausal Creek Restoration Project in Dimond Park is to create a sustainable, safe and healthy creek environment for fish, wildlife, adjacent properties and park users.
The Sausal Creek restoration project is a collaborative effort by the City of Oakland, the Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation District and the Friends of Sausal Creek. The restoration focuses on the creek that runs through Dimond Park below Wellington Street. The project will remove the culvert below Wellington to open up a long-buried stretch of creek, and widen the existing creek to create a more stable, natural and diverse riparian corridor. Please watch the brief video discussing the restoration project.
|Project Priority Goals|
You can view images of current site conditions, restoration design plans, public and watershed information below:
- Photos of Existing Conditions
- Project Slide Show
- Schematic Site Plan
- Schematic Plan Cross-Sections
- Tree Removal Plan
- Site Aerial Diagram
- Watershed Map
- Public Outreach
- Tree Permit Summary
- Historic Photos of Sausal Creek
- Tree Report
The project is funded by a State of California River Parkways Grant (Proposition 50), the Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation District and Measure DD: Oakland Trust for Clean Water & Safe Parks.
Tree Permit for Sausal Creek Restoration
Here is information on the Tree Permit Decision and its attachments.
Permit Issued April 30, 2014
See below for detailed information on the Sausal Creek Restoration Project and the need for tree removal in order to restore the creek.
Attachment A: Tree Permit Species List
Attachment B: Project Summary
Attachment C: Tree Removal and Protection Plan
Attachment D: Site Aerial Diagram
Attachment E: Final Schematic Design
Attachment F: Cross Section Concept Plan
Attachment G: Table 2, Tree Management Report, HortScience Inc.
Attachment H: Impacted Trees
Attachment I: Alternatives Analysis
Attachment J: Restroom Alternatives
Attachment K: Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program
For additional information, please call (510) 238-6600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oakland Public Works
Bureau of Engineering & Construction