We provide communities with the tools they need to reclaim their riverfront lands.

Which watershed is your city in?

Los Angeles River Watershed

Alhambra
Arcadia
Bell
Bell Gardens
Burbank
Commerce
Compton
Cudahy
El Monte
Glendale
Hidden Hills
Huntington Park
La Canada Flintridge
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Lynwood
Maywood
Monrovia
Montebello
Monterey Park
Paramount
Pasadena
Rosemead
San Fernando
San Gabriel
San Marino
Sierra Madre
Signal Hill
South El Monte
South Gate
South Pasadena
Temple City
Vernon

San Gabriel River Watershed

Artesia
Azusa
Baldwin Park
Bellflower
Bradbury
Cerritos
Claremont
Covina
Diamond Bar
Downey
Duarte
Glendora
Hawaiian Gardens
Industry
Irwindale
La Habra Heights
La Mirada
La Puente
La Verne
Lakewood
Long Beach
Norwalk
Pomona
Pico Rivera
San Dimas
Santa Fe Springs
Walnut
West Covina
Whittier

Ballona Creek Watershed

Beverly Hills
Culver City
Los Angeles
Santa Monica
West Hollywood

Santa Clara River Watershed

Acton
Agua Dulce
Castaic
Fillmore
Newhall
Oxnard
San Buenaventura
Santa Clarita
Saugus

The City of Los Angeles has formed an Ad Hoc Committee on the Los Angles River to develop a revitalization plan for the river right of way within city limits.

The City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power holds power line easements and rights-of-way along the river within and outside of the city limits of Los Angeles. Easements sometimes coincide with county and Corps of Engineers flood control easements.

Originally compiled by Peg Henderson, National Park Service - Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program. November, 1994. Updated by The River Project September 2003.
Some of the information on agency responsibilities is from California Rivers: A Public Trust Report, by the State Lands Commission.