News & Media

  1. Staying Out Means Staying Alive!

    Students at Walnut Creek Intermediate School joined forces with the County Flood Control District recently to spread the word about Creek and Channel Safety. Dubbed the StayOut, StayAlive! campaign, the outreach effort engaged the schools’ Leadership... Read on...
  2. Pine Creek Clean-Up (Walnut Creek Community Service Day)

    The Contra Costa County Flood Control District (the district) participated in the Walnut Creek Community Service Day on Saturday, October 8th. This is the third year the District has partnered with Friends of the Creeks to participate in this event. Read on...
  3. San Ramon Bypass Clean-up

    A group of ten Save Mount Diablo volunteers and four Contra Costa County Flood Control / Public Works employees went into the San Ramon Bypass on Friday, September 30th to clean up our Flood Control Channel, by removing the trash that has accumulated... Read on
  4. Local Legislator Tour Series

    The District is excited to announce that for the first time ever they are starting an event called "The Local Legislator Tour Series"! The District will take each Contra Costa County legislator on a tour of Flood Control facilities within their district. Read on...
  5. Local Legislator Tour: Catharine Baker

    Contra Costa County’s Flood Control District kicked off it’s “Local Legislator Tour” series on Friday, August 12, by escorting 16th District Assemblywoman Catharine Baker through two flood control facilities within her district. Read on...
  6. 2015 Annual Report Released

    The Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District released their 2015 Annual Report on February 9, 2016. Read about the accomplishments and challenges of 2015, and the District's goals for the future by clicking on the link below. Additional Info...
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