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

2024 Well Registration Program Flyers

Well Registration Program flyers were mailed to all property owners that did not respond to the form mailed in 2023. To fill out a the ...
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Online Community Workshop – December 19, 2023

The Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District invites you to an online community workshop about the Well Registration Program and sustainable groundwater management. ...
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Groundwater Commission Supervisorial District Representative Application Period

The Tehama County Groundwater Sustainability Agency is seeking applicants for the eleven-member Groundwater Commission. The Commission has advisory responsibilities pertaining to groundwater management in the ...
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September 2023 Public Workshops

The Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Staff will host several in-person community workshops this September to share information about the County Well Registration Program ...
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DWR Project Implementation Grant Workshop

Workshop topics will include: – Introduction to Department of Water Resources (DWR) Grant Opportunity and Project List for the Antelope, Red Bluff, Los Molinos, and ...
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