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  • Welcome to the Clean Water Program

    Healthy Creeks, Wetlands and Bay

    Working with agencies from around Alameda County, the Clean Water program facilitates local compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act. We foster a culture of stewardship of our local creeks, wetlands and the Bay. Alameda County homes and businesses are connected to these important waters through the network of stormdrains found in every neighborhood.

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Lake Chabot Regional Park

The 315-acre Lake Chabot is stocked with trout and catfish. Other fish include blue gill, largemouth bass, rainbow trout and sunfish. A popular event is the annual spring fishing derby. There are several fishing piers in the park. Enjoy scenic walks on the 280-acre Fairmont Ridge or take the Lake Chabot History Walk.

lake chabot fishingAccess point: 17600 Lake Chabot Road, Castro Valley

Parking fee: $5 per vehicle, $4 per trailered vehicle

More information and map:
www.ebparks.org/parks/lake_chabot

Activities: Fishing, Boating, Hiking/Biking Trails, Marina Café. Note that swimming is not permitted in Lake Chabot.

Photo: Kevin Gong

 

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