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San Leandro Creek

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Location type: River
Location address: Alameda
Number of texts: 1
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San Leandro Creek, formerly Arroyo de San Leandro is a 21.7-mile-long (34.9 km) year-round natural stream in Northern California. It flows along the east side of the range which comprises the Oakland Hills and the San Leandro Hills. In the hills, it runs into Upper San Leandro Reservoir and then Lake Chabot, both man-made lakes lying north of the unincorporated town of Castro Valley, California. It then runs through the city of San Leandro and on into San Leandro Bay after crossing Hegenberger Road just north of Oakland International Airport.

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