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Dominguez Channel

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Country  United States
Source  Hawthorne
Main source  Hawthorne, California
Mouth  Port of Los Angeles
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River mouth  East Basin, Port of Los Angeles, California
Basin size  Dominguez Watershed 110 sq mi (280 km)
Similar  Port of Los Angeles, Ballona Creek, Compton Creek, Malibu Creek, Tujunga Wash

Dominguez Channel is a 15.7-mile-long (25.3 km) stream in southern Los Angeles County, California that drains the Dominguez Watershed of 110 square miles (280 km2).

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Dominguez Channel Virtual Tour of Dominguez Channel

The watershed area is 96% developed, largely residential, and artificially bounded by a system of storm drains and flood control channels.

Dominguez Channel State Water Resources Control Board Los Angeles

Course

The stream begins just south of 116th Street in Hawthorne and travels through Gardena, Alondra Park, Torrance, Harbor Gateway, Carson, Wilmington, and empties into the East Basin of the Port of Los Angeles, in San Pedro Bay on the Pacific Ocean.

Crossings

Crossings from mouth upstream to the source (year built in parentheses) are:

Dominguez Channel Dominguez Channel Watershed City of Los Angeles Stormwater Program
Dominguez Channel West Redondo Beach Boulevard Mapionet

References

Dominguez Channel Wikipedia


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