We take pride in the work we do at Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District, and love to share what we do with our community.
Learn more about the habitat restoration project at Lake Dalwigk and our partnership with the Vallejo Watershed Alliance, Greater Vallejo Recreation District, and the Solano Resource Conservation District, among many others. This is an important flood control basin for south Vallejo, and we are proud to work with these partners to improve accessibility and wildlife habitat at this gem of a park.
The Hanns Park restoration took place over 4 years, in a partnership with the Vallejo Watershed Alliance, Greater Vallejo Recreation District, and the Solano Resource Conservation District. The link above takes you to the Vallejo Watershed Alliance website, and describes each segment of the restoration. This information is also accessible from the QR codes on posts as you walk the length of the Blue Rock Springs Creek corridor.
White Slough is another important flood control basin that is also home to a rich variety of resident and migrating bird life. Learn more about the history and natural world of the area, and stop by for a visit!
The District is proud to partner with the California Native Plant Society by providing a safe location, water, and equipment support for their native plant propagation nursery.
Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District is the lead agency and founder of the Vallejo Watershed Alliance, a community-led volunteer group who works to enhance waterways throughout Vallejo. Check out their website to learn more about creek cleanup and habitat restoration volunteer opportunities.
When it is safe to do so, the District will bring back its popular tours for students and residents. In the meantime, check out our YouTube channel to see more of what's happening here at the District.