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Alameda: Peet’s Coffee and Tea Roastery
Bioswale in "bulb-out" shortening pedestrian crossing
Albany: Green Street projects, Albany and Emeryville

Albany: UC Berkeley University Village

Albany School District’s Cougar Field

Arbor and plantings in runoff basin at JC Penney store, AntiochAntioch, J.C. Penney

Antioch: West Rivertown II low-income housing

Berkeley: Adult School, permeable asphalt bike trail on Codornices Creek
bioretention area surrounded by McDonald's drive-though lanes

Berkeley: McDonald’s

Berkeley: UCB campus permeable pavers

Berkeley: Oceanview office building

Castro Valley Library swales and creek

Clayton: Longs Drugs, flow-through planters

Clayton: Pine Hollow single-family homes

Urban-infill housing, Clayton and Pittsburg

Rushes give a natural look to plantings designed to slow and filter runoff.Concord: Lowe’s Home Improvement
Concord: North Point Business Park
Swale at Rose Garden shopping center, Danville
Rose Garden
shopping center

Swale & bike trail at Eleanor Murray Fallon SchoolDublin: Big swales and pond

El Cerrito: Four creek projects
El Cerrito Sidewalk Rain Gardens

El Cerrito City Hall

El Cerrito: Windrush School Modular Green Roof
Modular green roof with plants in traysEmeryville: Age Song Modular Green Roof
Rain Garden and Street Trees that filer runoff, Doyle Hollis ParkEmeryville: Doyle-Hollis Park

Emeryville: EmeryStation East

Emeryville: Glashaus condominiums
Bioswale in "bulb-out" shortening pedestrian crossing
Emeryville: Green Street projects, Albany and Emeryville

Emeryville: Park St. permeable concrete parking
Emeryville: National Holistic Institute
Plants for green roof in biodegradable trays
Emeryville: West Elm green roof
Large corner rain garden with swales, Ardenwood Park & Ride lot.
Fremont: Ardenwood Park and Ride lot

Fremont: Permeable asphalt parking
Runoff is treated with both landscaping and a buried sand filter.
Fremont: CCC Medical Offices
Runoff flows to planter, Fremont Christian SchoolFremont: Fremont Christian School

Fremont townhouses: Morgan Sq., Villa D’Este

Fremont: Pacific Commons shopping center

Fremont: Tyson Tule Ponds

Livermore: Canziani Park and Charlotte Ave.

Livermore: Charlotte Avenue area

Livermore: offices, industry

Livermore: Zone 7 offices

Newark: DUST Marsh

Martinez: Slowing runoff on a slope
Oakland: Boathouse Lofts permeable concrete parking
Swale next to old concrete creek channel.Oakland: Lion Creek Crossings low-income housing

Oakland: Kaiser Center roof garden

Oakland’s Lake Merritt

Flow-through planter treats runoff from classroom buildingOakland: Temple Sinai

Oakland: Zhone Technologies

Parking lot runoff flows to colorful landscaping.
Pittsburg Civic Center

Pittsburg Marina
Runoff from new building at Diablo Recycling goes to narrow flow-through planter.
Pittsburg: Diablo Recycling

Urban-infill housing, Pittsburg and Clayton

Pleasant Hill: Hidden Creek

Pleasanton: Single-FamilyHomes

Pleasanton pond chain
Colorful Bio-Rad rain garden, RichmondRichmond: Bayview Industrial Area

San Leandro: Alameda Co. Juv. Justice Ctr.

San Leandro: Business Center Pond

Small swale and roofed trash, San Leandro High School
San Leandro: San Leandro High School
San Leandro Senior Center Courtyard
San Leandro Senior Center

Rain garden colors harmonize with building color schemeSan Pablo: Shopping area at El Portal Drive and San Pablo Avenue

San Pablo: St. Joseph Funeral Home

Union City and Walnut Creek:Senior Housing

Large rain garden planted with bands of differently-hued vegetation
Walnut Creek: AAA and Varian Headquarters

Walnut Creek: North Creek Church bioretention areas

Narrow streets, limited parking, and swales on Paulson Lane, Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek: Paulson Lane urban infill
Rain Garden at Walnut Creek Library
Walnut Creek Downtown Public Library

Home gardens

Parking and driveways

Rainwater catchment: Cisterns, barrels