EBMUD's 58,000 acres of beautiful watershed lands and reservoirs in the East Bay and Sierra Foothills protect water quality for EBMUD customers.
An oasis for wildlife and a lush haven for people, these lands offer many opportunities to explore and enjoy nature.
Exploring East Bay watershed lands
In the East Bay, the shores of Lafayette Reservoir and San Pablo Reservoir offer great spots to picnic, walk, birdwatch, boat and fish. Along 80 miles of East Bay trails, hikers and horseback riders can soak in lake views and streams, redwoods, wildflowers and open grasslands.
Being good stewards
Outdoor education programs teach school kids what it takes to protect the environment and how drinking water fits into natural systems. Learn more about EBMUD's ongoing commitment to protect and manage watershed lands.
Take a tour or volunteer
Volunteer workdays offer the chance for you to help maintain trails and participate in habitat restoration projects. Find out about fun, educational events on our watershed lands.
East Bay Watershed Master Plan
A public meeting was held on August 20, 2015 to receive public input on the effort to update the 1996 East Bay Watershed Master Plan. Learn more about the efforts to update the East Bay Watershed Master Plan.
A staff presentation on the plan is provided below. The public may provide comment to EBMUD staff and directors on recommended changes.
Send us your comments: Email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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