The City of Roseville Public Works Department in association with the Dry Creek Conservancy is proposing to restore a 1.4 mile reach of Dry Creek between Adelante High School and Riverside Avenue to reduce erosion and flood damage, replace exotic vegetation with native riparian species, increase fish and wildlife habitat and restore the stream and its banks to a more natural state.
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