Los Gatos Creek
The impact of California’s drought is readily apparent in Bay Area creeks, and the picture isn’t very pretty for the wildlife depending on them.
On Tuesday, the water supply to the creek was cut by about 60 percent as South Bay water officials try to conserve what little water they have to work with.
Water officials said they need to reduce flows from Lexington Reservoir to Los Gatos Creek by more than half, so there’s enough water to keep at least some the creek wet until the winter.
San Jose City Council is poised to vote on a plan to transform the city’s train station over the next few years into a world-class transit hub with the surrounding area as the main focus.
A family of beavers has taken up residence in the Guadalupe River near the HP Pavilion in downtown San Jose.
Dozens of creeks in the South Bay will benefit from the volunteers participating in Saturday’s National River Clean-Up Day.