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Sycamore Creek

The Sycamore Creek Watershed covers about 2,600 acres and, like the Arroyo Burro and Mission Creek watersheds, the headwaters are in the Los Padres National Forest. It is one of the least developed watersheds in the City. Nine miles of creeks - including the Coyote, Westmont and Chelham, and the Parma Park tributaries - flow from the Santa Ynez Mountains, through Parma Park and the Riviera neighborhoods, down through the largely undeveloped Sycamore Canyon, and finally into the ocean at East Beach, where a sandbar forms a small lagoon.

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