On November 17, 2020, City Council adopted the City’s Creek and Watershed Management Plan (CWMP). The CWMP is a general planning document that assesses existing conditions of City creeks and watersheds, identifies impairments, and provides a set of programs, goals, strategies, and future implementation actions to address existing impairments. The CWMP also supports objectives in the City's General Plan. The CWMP identifies a range of strategies to address creek and watershed impairments including regional collaboration, funding, outreach, and capital projects. The Implementation Actions in the CWMP that identify future projects are conceptual in nature and do not constitute engineering level analyses of any project, but instead presents these concepts for future implementation. As a local-level feasibility and planning study, the CWMP outlines a broad range of community strategies and improvements that will be developed and constructed when Council directs project funding and prioritization. When required and depending on the location and scope of each project, project-specific California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) analyses will be performed for the future projects and activities.