Groundwater Sustainability Plans
Best Management Practices and Guidance Documents
The SJREC GSA are one of 24 GSA’s that have been developed in the Delta-Mendota Subbasin. CCID is working on behalf of the SJREC GSA to coordinate with the GSA’s in Delta-Mendota Subbasin for GSP development.
There will be six GSP’s drafted in the subbasin that must coordinate the use of the same data and methodologies.
For more information about coordination in the Delta-Mendota Subbasin please refer here: http://www.deltamendota.org
Public meeting information regarding regional coordination can be found here: http://deltamendota.org/meetings
In his signing statement, the governor emphasized that “groundwater management in California is best accomplished locally.” CCID and the SJREC GSA have actively engaged interested parties, cities and counties. For questions or concerns please contact Jarrett Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (209) 826-1421.
The Delta-Mendota Subbasin hosted three workshops primarily geared towards outreach to Disadvantaged/Severely Disadvantaged Communities.
Please refer to the following link for more information on previous workshops and for future workshops: http://deltamendota.org/meetings
SJREC GSA Homepage
Aliso Water District GSA Homepage
Grassland GSA Homepage
Northern & Central Delta-Mendota Homepage
Delta-Mendota Subbasin Homepage