Dry Creek is a semi-urban/suburban creek that has its source in the foothills east of Roseville, CA. It runs downstream through Miners Ravine in Roseville and out to the west side of town near Rio Linda where it joins the Sacramento River. It flows mostly unobstructed and it often breaches its banks on high water years, occasionally flooding neighborhoods in Roseville and Rio Linda (President Clinton even paid a visit to Rio Linda during the mega-floods of 1995). Besides providing habitat for a wide variety of birds and mammals (including river otters), the creek has been a spawning area for wild salmon since time immemorial. We're very fortunate to have it as a local resource. Click here to view a map.