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DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR STORM DRAINS FLOW?

The headwaters for the Laguna de Santa Rosa begin just southeast of the City of Cotati. The Laguna runs through the city adjacent to the city of Rohnert Park. It is accessible to the public along the Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail. The trail begins near the intersection of Loretto Avenue and Lasalle Avenue and extends to Commerce Boulevard. It follows the path of the Laguna on the east side of the freeway as it meanders through town and allows the community to explore the area.   

The Laguna de Santa Rosa provides habitat to hundreds of bird species including great egret and great blue heron; mammals such as mink, badger, bobcat, and river otter; and aquatic species such as steelhead trout and Coho salmon.

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The Laguna de Santa Rosa plays an important role in flood abatement for the City of Cotati as it is designed to hold most of the city’s storm water runoff.

Most of the Laguna de Santa Rosa in the area of the City of Cotati is owned by Sonoma Water and they are responsible for maintaining the creek, including vegetation management and removal of accumulated sediment.

The Laguna de Santa Rosa is the largest tributary to the Russian River.

Remember, storm drains connect streets to creeks, which flow into the Russian River. Simple changes can make a big impact. The Laguna de Santa Rosa is Ours to Protect.

EXPLORE LAGUNA DE SANTA ROSA TRAILS

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