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Army Corps of Engineers devote $700,000 to Pajaro River flood control

February 5, 2015. U.S. Rep. Sam Farr announced Wednesday that the Army Corps of Engineers will spend $700,000 for flood control planning on the Pajaro River. Read more ...

Army Corps of Engineers devote $700,000 to Pajaro River flood control

February 5, 2015. U.S. Rep. Sam Farr announced Wednesday that the Army Corps of Engineers will spend $700,000 for flood control planning on the Pajaro River. Read more ...

Promise of protection surfaces on 20th anniversary of Pajaro flood

March 11, 2015. The debate over flood control raged for years before the Pajaro River gushed through a break in the levee at Murphy Crossing in the early morning hours of March 11, 1995. Read more ...

Pajaro Valley Community Responds to Drought, Promotes Resilient Basin

On April 10, 2014 the Community Water Dialogue (CWD), in partnership with the Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency (PVWMA) and the Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau hosted the 2014 Drought and Irrigation Conference. Read more ...

Levee flood project halfway done

Todd Guild, Register-Pajaronian
9/20/12 Read more ...

Flood Control Touted As River Levee Project Ends

Jennifer Squires, Watsonville Patch
9/20/12 Read more ...

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A Greater Vision

“A Greater Vision” provides a series of public forums featuring speakers and panel discussions from community members, academic researchers, elected officials, public agencies, and agricultural representatives. The series addresses agricultural issues important to agriculture and the larger community, and is designed for the general public.  Learn more...

Pajaro River Bench Excavation Phase I Completion Celebration & Phase 2 Plans Press Conference Invite

The purpose of the press conference was to inform the public and celebrate the work completed in Phase 1 on the Pajaro River Bench Excavation Project and provide updated plans for the second phase scheduled to begin in June 2013.  Learn more...

Flood watch website gives public real-time information

The following website provides data on rainfall and stream flow conditions in Santa Cruz County:  Learn more...

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Aerial Tour of the Pajaro River Watershed

Over 100 aerial photographs of the Pajaro River Watershed have been added to our 'In the Watershed' section.  Learn more...