Region 9 Sections


San Diego Section

The San Diego Section covers San Diego and Imperial Counties. Imperial County is its only Branch. Currently, the Section has two National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks; the Sweetwater Dam in San Diego County, and the All-American Canal in Imperial County (not yet included in the ASCE landmarks database.)

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Los Angeles Section

The Los Angeles Section has seven Branches over a ten-county area. Extending from the Pacific Ocean on the west to the Arizona-Nevada state lines on the east, it abuts the San Diego Section on its southern boundary. The L.A. Section currently has the following five National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks: Colorado River Aqueduct, Arroyo Seco Parkway, Tehachapi Pass Railroad Line, First Owens River-Los Angeles Aqueduct, and theTustin Blimp Hangars.

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San Francisco Section

Extending from the California-Oregon border to the Central Valley area of the state, the San Francisco Section includes the coastal and adjacent counties from Del Norte County in the north to Monterey County in the south, and abuts the Los Angeles Section at the San Luis Obispo, Kern, Inyo, and Mono county lines. The Section is home to three National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks; the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and the Alvord Lake Bridge.

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Sacramento Section

Covering 24 counties in the northeast sector of the state, the Sacramento Section is divided into four Branches, and has the following five National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks: the Central Pacific Railroad, Folsom Hydroelectric Power System, Pelton Impulse Water Wheel, Bidwell Bar Suspension Bridge, and the Bridgeport Covered Bridge.

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