Rheem Creek

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Rheem Creek is a 3-mile (5 km) long urban stream in western Contra Costa County, California which empties into San Pablo Bay south of Point Pinole. The creek rises from Rolling Hills Cemetery and passes through Rollingwood, the campus of Contra Costa Community College, and the city of San Pablo, California.[1] Near this area at the end of the creek a business park is being built and there is some concern on how the creek may be impacted by the construction.[2] The waterway is named after early local figure William Rheem.

See also


  1. ^ Hydrology and channel form of an urban creek: Rheem Creek in the context of restoration efforts
  2. ^ Richmond developer hopefully to protect Rheem Creek, Nov/Dec 2005 Yodeler Archived 2007-08-04 at the Wayback Machine.

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