- Metropolitan Water Joins California Resilience Challenge to Help Prepare for Climate Change
- State Water Project Announces Final Allocation with Increase to 75 Percent for 2019
- Central Valley Project South-of-Delta Water Allocations Updated by Reclamation
- North Coast Water Board Fines Four Defendants for Illegal Land Development for Cannabis Cultivators
- Ten San Diego-Area Public Agencies Ordered to Examine Their Systems for Releases of Human Waste
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Metropolitan Water Joins California Resilience Challenge to Help Prepare for Climate Change
Metropolitan Water District (MWD) of Southern California’s Board of Directors recently voted unanimously to become a leader and board member of the California Resilience Challenge (CRC), the statewide effort to build local resilience to the droughts, floods,...
- Posted June 24, 2019
State Water Project Announces Final Allocation with Increase to 75 Percent for 2019
The 2019 State Water Project (SWP) allocation has been upped from 70 percent to 75 percent for the remainder of calendar year 2019 according to an announcement from the Department of Water Resources (DWR) earlier this week....
- Posted June 23, 2019
Central Valley Project South-of-Delta Water Allocations Updated by Reclamation
Thanks to May’s late-season precipitation and the subsequent improvement to the state’s water supply, the Bureau of Reclamation issued its most recent update for water allocation for Central Valley Project (CVP) South-of-Delta 2019 agricultural water service contractors’...
- Posted June 19, 2019
North Coast Water Board Fines Four Defendants for Illegal Land Development for Cannabis Cultivators
Four developers have reached a $325,000 settlement with the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB) to settle a lawsuit for illegally grading roads and pads on a series of remote Trinity County properties, some of...
- Posted June 18, 2019
Ten San Diego-Area Public Agencies Ordered to Examine Their Systems for Releases of Human Waste
The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (SDRWQCB) has issued an investigative order to ten owners and operators of municipal stormwater sewer systems and publicly owned sewage collection systems and treatment works suspected of discharging human...
- Posted June 16, 2019
Orland Sand and Gravel Corporation to Pay $675,000 Penalty for Water Quality Violations
In April 2018 a Glenn County corporation and its owner/operator was subject to a court-approved settlement agreement issued by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (CVRWQCB) and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. That...
- Posted June 15, 2019
Cease and Desist Order Served on Kern County Oil Field Wastewater Disposal Center Company
Operations at Valley Water Management Co.’s (VWMC) McKittrick 1 and 1-3 Facility have been called into question by the Central Valley Water Regional Quality Control Board (CVWRQCB). VWMC operates an oil field wastewater disposal center in Kern...
- Posted June 14, 2019
Both DWR and California State Water Board Issue Annual Warnings Regarding Waterborne Illnesses
‘Tis the season – for algal blooms, E. coli and warnings for waterborne illnesses. As the summer season begins to warm temperatures throughout the state, the risks of waterborne illnesses become an anticipated part of the landscape....
- Posted June 4, 2019
Reclamation Announces Updates for Central Valley Project South-of-Delta Allocations
Unusual rain and snow in California have been both a blessing and a curse depending on where you’re located and other circumstances. But for those people and businesses dependent on spring run-off from Northern California for their...
- Posted May 26, 2019
President Trump Approves California Disaster Declaration for 17 Northern California Counties
Residents and businesses that endured extreme winter storms that pummeled Northern California counties in February received potentially good news late last week when President Donald J. Trump declared that a major disaster exists in the State of...
- Posted May 22, 2019