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.
The watershed’s stakeholders have been working together as the Alameda Creek Watershed Council (ACWC) since 2007. The name change to acwForum, and the acwForum.org website are meant to reflect a renewed focus on information sharing and collaboration among agencies and organizations with an interest in working toward a well-managed and restored watershed.
The Alameda Creek Watershed Forum’s stakeholders strive to protect and enhance water-related beneficial uses and resources in the Alameda Creek Watershed in order to create a healthy and sustainable watershed for the community. The acwForum will promote collaboration and the sharing of information among all stakeholders.
Map of Alameda Creek Watershed
ACWC Cover Letter (pdf)
ACWC Letter of Understanding (pdf)
The Alameda Creek Watershed Council established goals focusing on the following areas:
Current key stakeholder organization members of the Alameda Creek Watershed Council / acwForum are:
Non-key stakeholder organizations of acwForum are welcome to participate in Forum meetings and in the pursuit of the Forum’s mission.
Zone 7 Water Agency
Retired Alameda County, Volunteer