Our Watershed

A Look Inside the Watershed

Habitat and inhabitants – all living things need a home.  The place a plant or animal lives is called its habitat.  A healthy habitat provides food, water, shelter and space.  Laguna Creek’s ecosystem provides habitat for many living things including fish living in the water, and birds and animals that need both the water and the creekside trees and plants to survive.  For some, stream habitat conditions like those along Laguna Creek are the only places they can survive.  Read more…


History of Laguna Creek Trails

From at least the 1970′s, Sacramento County planners and supervisors had discussed the idea of creating a bicycle trail along Laguna Creek that would serve as both a recreational opportunity for residents, and a conceptual boundary for future growth in south Sacramento County.  Read more…


Vision for a Regional Trail System

Today’s Laguna Creek Parkway is a system of existing and proposed trails envisioned to connect the Sacramento Levee trail system to the American River Parkway via the Laguna Creek corridor and the Folsom South Canal.  Read more…


Interpretive Signs

The Laguna Creek Watershed Council has partnered with the Cosumnes Community Services District, the City of Elk Grove, developer groups, and a very talented local graphic artist to produce several streamside trail signs along both Laguna and Elk Grove Creeks.  Take a Look!


Report A Concern

Have you noticed something of concern in the vicinity of the Laguna Creek Watershed?  Report your concern…


Get Involved

You can help by volunteering to plant or water trees throughout our watershed.  Visit the Get Involved page to learn more!