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

Proposed GSA Regulation Maps

On March 30, 2022 the Groundwater Commission reviewed the accepted proposed regulations governing new and replacement agricultural and domestic wells and the appeal process developed ...
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Groundwater Commission Application Period Extended

The Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District is soliciting applications for one unexpired position on the eleven-member Tehama County Groundwater Commission. The member ...
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Groundwater Commission District 1 Vacancy

The Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District is soliciting applications for one unexpired position on the eleven-member Tehama County Groundwater Commission. The member ...
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Corning Bottled Water Distribution Event

Cases of bottled water will distributed to Tehama County residents on the reported dry well list. To report a dry well, contact Tehama County Environmental ...
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Corning Subbasin GSP Public Draft Released

The Tehama County Groundwater Sustainability Agency and Corning Sub-basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency are pleased to announce the release of the Draft Corning Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability ...
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