DWR VIRTUAL FALL 2022 GSA FORUM

November 9, 2022, 9am-12pm

DWR is hosting a virtual Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) Forum for GSA members and representatives on November 9, 2022, from 9:00 AM to noon. The Forum will be a platform for GSAs to come together to engage, exchange ideas, and establish professional networks.

The Fall 2022 GSA Forum will include a panel discussion with up to five representatives from different GSAs, focused on how the GSAs have approached funding SGMA implementation.  A diverse group of GSAs will be represented to showcase various geographic locations, governance structures, and funding approaches. Each panelist will provide a brief presentation, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

 

The agenda and registration link will be shared once the details are finalized. For questions or more information, email sgmps@water.ca.gov.

GSP ANNUAL REPORTS

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3rd Annual Report 

WATER YEAR 2021

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2nd Annual Report

WATER YEAR 2020

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1st Annual Report

WATER YEARS 2017-2019

STORMWATER CAPTURE STUDIES AND RESOURCES

December 2020

STORMWATER CAPTURE AND RECHARGE FEASIBILITY STUDY

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January 2018

HUER HUERO CREEK SITE RECHARGE SITING

FEASIBILITY STUDY

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Library

RESOURCES TO REVIEW

MONITORING NETWORK

SSJWD Well Data Collection

The Shandon-San Juan Water District is undertaking a data collection effort to get a better understanding of the hydrogeology that makes up our portion of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin.  In collaboration with District landowners, we are examining as many of our wells as possible to accurately map areas of relative connectivity and to distinguish areas that are less connected.  The District will ultimately use this information to select wells that accurately represent each part of our area as monitoring wells to be used in implementation of the GSP.  

Read more and sign up to participate.

New Monitoring Wells & Stream Gages

SSJ GSA has helped the Department of Water Resources install a stream gage on Cholame Creek right above Shandon and is close to completing installation on another stream gage on the San Juan Creek at Shell Creek Road crossing.

The City of Paso added monitoring wells at the 13th ST bridge and at the Estrella/Airport Road crossing.  The City of Paso Robles has also installed stream gages along the Estrella River at Whitley Gardens / Hwy 46 E Bridge and the Salinas River at San Miguel. ​

Projects and Monitoring