Berkshire Creek

The Project

It's a quiet little canyon in the southwest corner of Hahamongna Watershed Park that has been degraded over the years by flooding and erosion. The Berkshire Creek Area Improvement Project is an Urban Streams Restoration program that will upgrade habitat, improve public safety and restore more natural hydrology to Berkshire Creek.

The Arroyo Seco Foundation is pleased to co-sponsor this program with the City of Pasadena. Psomas is the Environmental Consultant.

Construction Nears Completion

January 13, 2020 — Things are taking shape at the Berkshire Creek project area. The streambed is looking like a stream again, waiting for riparian plants to enhance it, and the bridge foundation is in place. The construction contractor expects to be done by February 3rd.

Groundbreaking for a Restored Stream

September 26, 2019 — Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek and Vice-Mayor Tyron Hampton led the groundbreaking ceremony for the Berkshire Creek Restoration Projects.

An enthusiastic crowd participated in the event, which featured exhibits, light refreshments, and celebratory speeches.

Berkshire Creek Restoration Begins

September 9, 2019 —Construction has begun in the quiet little canyon in the southwest part of Hahamongna Watershed Park known as Berkshire Creek. It's going to be a quick project with construction expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Pasadena Presentation 5/28/19

ASF Presentation 5/28/19

Arroyo Seco Foundation, PO Box 91622, Pasadena, CA 91109-1622 (323) 405-7326