The Alameda Creek Watershed Forum (acwForum) is a voluntary, non-regulatory stakeholder group that supports the community's interest in protecting and achieving a healthy and sustainable Alameda Creek watershed. acwForum stakeholders include agencies and organizations with stewardship interests in, and whose purview includes, the Alameda Creek watershed, as well as watershed organization members, watershed landowners and land managers, residents, and others.
WE ARE A GROUP IN TRANSITION - The watershed's stakeholders have been working together as the Alameda Creek Watershed Council (ACWC) since 2007 and are re-branding as the new acwForum. Our new website, www.acwforum.org, will host the most current information about ACWC and the acwForum.
The Alameda Creek Watershed Council established goals focusing on the following areas:
- Flood Control and Storm Water Quality
- Natural Resources and Wildlife
- Water Supply
- Public Outreach and Education
Download the ACWC/acwForum Watershed Goals (pdf)
Current Alameda Creek Watershed Council Members (Signatories)
Current signatory members of the Alameda Creek Watershed Council are tentatively considered stakeholder members of the new acwForum. These groups can formalize their membership status in the Forum by signing a new Letter of Understanding. Non-signatory stakeholders of ACWC and acwForum are welcome to participate in Forum meetings and in the pursuit of the Forum's mission.
* Indicates signature of the new acwForum Letter of Understanding
ACWC/acwForum Steering Committee:
- ACRCD - Ian Howell, Amy Evans
- City of Livermore - Pam Lung
- Zone 7 - Elke Rank
- ACFC&WCD - Sharon Gosselin
- Ralph Johnson (ret. Alameda Co.) - Volunteer