Dominguez Channel

Machado Lake To Shine In 2017

With more than 90% of its land area developed, Los Angeles’ Dominguez Channel Watershed is undoubtedly the southland’s most impervious. Located in the southern portion of the Los Angeles Basin, the watershed includes more than eight cities as well as portions of unincorporated LA County. Its 70,000 acres of drainage area include several bodies of…

LA’s Historic Storms [Slideshow]

El Niño tracking didn’t begin until the 1950s, but Los Angeles has weathered a long history of epic storms and devastating floods. The following two slideshows cover more than 130 years of LA storms from the pre-channelization of the LA River to the previous El Niño in 1997 and the soggy rainy season of 2010. 1880-1959 From 1880-1938, flooding…

Learning our Watersheds: Dominguez Channel

Recently, right here on the LA Stormwater blog, Joe Linton of the popular LA Creek Freak asked us to learn a bit more about our watersheds. That’s a suggestion we fully embrace, so we are here to help. If you live in Southern LA County in the communities of Inglewood, Hawthorne, El Segundo, Gardena, Lawndale,…

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