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    • The Moorhen Marsh Western Pond Turtle Habitat Enhancement Project - Phase A construction will close Moorhen Marsh from mid-June through November 2017. Phase B will likely close the marsh from mid-June 2018 through November 2018. Please check The Moorhen Marsh Western Pond Turtle Enhancement Project webpage frequently for updates or call 925-228-5635 x 10 during business hours. For more information on the Moorhen Marsh Western […]
    • The River Otter Ecology Project (ROEP) Produces First Report for MVSD - In September 2016, ROEP placed six camera traps in the wetlands. Surveys and camera checks are conducted weekly. The videos are reviewed, catalogued and studied to better understand the otter population using MVSD’s wetlands. The goals for the project include: noninvasively gather information on river otter presence, abundance, and habitat use within Moorhen and McNabney […]
    • MOORHEN MARSH RE-OPENED TO PUBLIC – 7 AM APRIL 19! - The turtle exclusion fencing project will be completed today, April 18th. MVSD is re-opening Moorhen Marsh to the public at 7 am on April 19th. Please be advised that the California Conservation Corp (CCC) will still be on site weed-eating some of the levee trails on April 19th. Birdwatching, photography and other visitor activities could […]

Senate Bill 272

In October of 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 272 requiring local agencies to make publicly available a list of enterprise systems used throughout each agency.  An enterprise system is defined as a software application that collects, exchanges, and analyzes information that the agency uses or one that serves as an original data source.

The full text of SB 272 can be found here.

In accordance with Senate Bill 272, Mt. View Sanitary District has made available the following list of enterprise systems it utilizes: Here