Flood Control Maps (SCWA)

In Rohnert Park, SCWA performs periodic channel maintenance activities which may include sediment removal, debris removal, and vegetation maintenance. Though initially designed and built as constructed channels to move stormwater and other runoff through and away from developed land, the waterways that traverse the City are thought of by many as creeks -- assets with value beyond storm water conveyance.  Responding to this changing attitude, SCWA is moving away from the dredging and clearing activities of the past, and has developed a Stream Maintenance Program that is its new channel maintenance regime.  Follow this link for more on the Stream Maintenance Program on SCWA's website:

Link to SCWA Stream Maintenance Information

See Zone 1A for Map of Agency streams in Rohnert Park. The Sonoma County Water Agency maintains approximately 75 miles of engineered flood control channels in Sonoma County. Stream maintenance activities support a proactive regional approach to flood protection and stream and wildlife habitat restoration.