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Agoura Hills Dedicates Medea Creek Restoration

On Thursday April 21, 2016, the City Council of Agoura Hills celebrated the restoration of Medea Creek, east of Kanan Road adjacent to Chumash Park.

Concrete channel was removed and the natural creek bed and shoreline was restored, with the addition of attractive hiking paths.

LVMWD congratulates Agoura Hills and all those who aided in the project for engaging in the active stewardship of the Malibu Creek Watershed.

Restored section of Medea Creek, looking north.

Restored section of Medea Creek, looking north.

 The concrete channel before restoration

Medea Creek before restoration

Agoura Hills City Council Members cut the ribbon to mark completion of the restoration project.

Agoura Hills City Council Members cut the ribbon to mark completion of the restoration project.

 

Agoura Hills Mayor Harry Schwarz thanks all those who had a role in the restoration project.

Agoura Hills Mayor Harry Schwarz thanks all those who had a role in the restoration project.

L.A. Regional Water Quality Control Board Executive Officer Sam Unger reflects on the significance of the project and its beneficial impacts on the watershed.

L.A. Regional Water Quality Control Board Executive Officer Sam Unger reflects on the significance of the project and its beneficial impacts on the watershed.

 Community leaders, residents, staff and contractors came to mark the completion of the project.

Community leaders, residents, staff and contractors came to mark the completion of the project.


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