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The San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority is tasked to address community concerns regarding flooding and environmental preservation on San Francisquito Creek ,

About the JPA , Executive Director: Cynthia D'Agosta, E-mail: sfcreekjpa@menlopark.org

Flood '98: Duveneck/St. Francis Neighborhood Association and the Creek Action Committee (formerly EDAR) Updated December 20, 2002.

San Francisquito Creek near flooding Dec 31,2005 Note: It did not [Other articles on flood]

San Francisquito Creek was flowing at a level of 19.7 feet at 10 a.m. this morning (Dec 31, 2005) at the Chaucer Street Bridge, with the creek capacity at 20 feet at the bridge. Palo Alto dispatch reported that the city’s emergency operations center is being activated to deal with possible flooding.

A Menlo Park police officer at the bridge said that a high tide of almost 10 feet will reach the San Francisco Bay at the Peninsula about 11 a.m., and Menlo Park is predicting that the creek will flood at that point.


Palo Alto Vice Mayor Judy Kleinberg said city staff has gone door-to-door for people living near the creek to warn of possible flooding.

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