Tehama County

Flood Control and Water Conservation District

Tehama County

Flood Control and Water Conservation District

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.”

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News & Updates

GSP Chapter 1 Drafts Available for Review

Consultant Luhdorff & Scalmanini Consulting Engineers (LSCE) has released drafts of Chapter 1 : Introduction for the Bowman, Antelope, Red Bluff, and Los Molinos Subbasins. ...
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Corning Subbasin GSP Draft Sections Released

The consultant team led by Montgomery & Associates has released draft Section 3.1 Hydrogeologic Conceptual Model and Section 3.2 Groundwater Conditions for review. The draft ...
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Tehama County SGMA Quarterly eNewsletter – Winter 2020

The Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) is pleased to share the first quarterly eNewsletter for implementing the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act ...
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Corning Subbasin Draft GSP Sections Released

The consultant team led by Montgomery & Associates has released draft Section 1 Introduction and Section 2 Plan Area for review. The draft sections are ...
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Managing Our Groundwater in Tehama County

Groundwater is critical to water supply in Tehama County – providing drinking water, a source for agriculture use, and supporting our natural environment. View PDF ...
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