Old Alameda Creek in southern Eden Landing Ecological Reserve
Old Alameda Creek in southern Eden Landing Ecological Reserve
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Join us for a walking tour to learn about South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project Phase 2 recreation, restoration and flood risk management plans for southern Eden Landing.

The 2- to 3-mile guided field tour will be held, along with a van tour that required RSVPs and now has full registration, at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s reserve. The walking tour does not require reservations.

Participants will meet at the northern end of Veasy Street (see Google Maps link below for directions). The preferred route, which the Google Maps algorithm is likely to choose, is via Bettencourt Way west, then left (south) on Whipple Road; take the first right on Horner Street, then another right at the next street, Veasy Street, then a left.

We will be there to meet cars and direct them to an unpaved parking area inside the gates. Attendees are strongly encouraged to carpool or take public transit, if feasible, as on-street and other parking may be limited. AC Transit route 97 runs along nearby Union City Boulevard (a 5- to 10-minute walk away) every 15 minutes. 

The tour will commence at 10 a.m. sharp.

The walk will be on dirt- or gravel-covered levee surfaces. Please dress for variable weather, winds, and harsh sun, and bring water and, if desired, snacks. A portable toilet is available on site.

The event will be postponed if there is significant rain, but not sprinkles.

For more information or inquiry about accessibility needs, contact Ariel Ambruster at [email protected]. For day-of contact needs, please call or text 510-630-4711; or 650-814-0588.


Veasy Street near Eden Landing Ecological Reserve

The end of Veasy Street in Union City, near southern Eden Landing Ecological Reserve. Use this Google Maps link to get directions to this location.

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