If you receive water from a municipal provider (City of Corning, City of Red Bluff, City of Tehama, Rio Alto Water District, etc.) and do not have a well on your property, please fill out your name, mailing address, and select 'No well on property' on question number 2.
If you have a domestic well for basic residential use, please provide your name, mailing address, estimated use in question number 3, and any known well information in question number 4.
Well Registration Public Workshop – February 8, 2023
Red Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St., Red Bluff
The 1957 Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Act was established to:
”Provide for control of and disposition of storm and flood waters of the district; provide water for a present or future beneficial use or uses of lands or inhabitants within the district, including acquisition, storage, and distribution for irrigation, domestic, fire protection, municipal, commercial, industrial, recreational and all other beneficial uses.”