Berkeley section
Cordornices Creek Watershed

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About this Spot

This watershed includes Cordornices, Blackberry and Marin/Village Creeks

Steelhead trout still spawn in Cordornices Creek. Cordornices runs above ground in a narrow slough between Golden Gate Fields and the Highway and then through UC Village from the Highway up to San Pablo.

Significant stretches of Strawberry Creek are open through Berkeley residential areas, and through Live Oak Park, and finally Cordornices Park in the foothills.

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Avoid cleaning active campsites unless you talk to the residents and get guidance from residents about what can be taken away. Potentially needles around homeless campsites.

Hazards & Safety

Avoid trampling vegetation and walking in the creeks. Avoid areas with nesting birds March - August.

Getting There & Parking

Use nearby street parking.

Trash Disposal

Small amounts, can be put in trash cans.

Large amounts, pile off the right-of-way, where it can easily be loaded into a truck.

The best way to report trash piles is using the City of Richmond’s App. Calling Richmond’s Illegal Dumping Hot Line at (510) 965-4905 is another option.

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Untrash History for this Spot

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Jun 26, 2021

Diana Smith

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1

Jun 4, 2021

Diana Smith

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Jun 3, 2021

Diana Smith

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1.5

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