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Stumbled on this page showing a few parks closed due to flooding like Lake Del Vale, Chabot and a couple other parks.  Thought I'd share it: https://www.ebparks.org/alerts-closures
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then there's shadow cliffs... closed due to low water  :smt011


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then there's shadow cliffs... closed due to low water  :smt011

Here in Livermore there was allot of online gabber and angst about that with some flooding "even in Livermore". There just isn't any way to get any of that runoff into the lake. Unless something changed towards the end of the rainy spell all it got was maybe a foot of rain. I haven't taken a look in a few weeks.


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then there's shadow cliffs... closed due to low water  :smt011

Here in Livermore there was allot of online gabber and angst about that with some flooding "even in Livermore". There just isn't any way to get any of that runoff into the lake. Unless something changed towards the end of the rainy spell all it got was maybe a foot of rain. I haven't taken a look in a few weeks.
Seems like water management for Shadow Cliffs is complicated.  I miss fishing there and had a lot of great catches.
https://www.pleasantonweekly.com/news/2023/01/26/guest-opinion----shadow-cliffs-a-microcosm-of-californias-water-complexities
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then there's shadow cliffs... closed due to low water  :smt011

Here in Livermore there was allot of online gabber and angst about that with some flooding "even in Livermore". There just isn't any way to get any of that runoff into the lake. Unless something changed towards the end of the rainy spell all it got was maybe a foot of rain. I haven't taken a look in a few weeks.
Seems like water management for Shadow Cliffs is complicated.  I miss fishing there and had a lot of great catches.
https://www.pleasantonweekly.com/news/2023/01/26/guest-opinion----shadow-cliffs-a-microcosm-of-californias-water-complexities

Yeah I read up on it but didn't want my post to sound like a statement of fact. I moved here just in time for them to close it to all boats.


 

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