Agency Governance Structure
Groundwater Sustainability Agency Governance Structure
Groundwater Sustainability Agency Governing Body, Groundwater Commission, AB3030 Technical Advisory Committee.
Notice of Public Hearing
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that on June 2 2015, at 1:30 PM, or soon thereafter as may be heard, in the Board of Supervisors Chambers located at 727 Oak St., Red Bluff, California, the Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) Board of Directors will conduct a public hearing to determine whether to adopt a resolution directing the District to submit a Notice of Intent to the California Department of Water Resources stating that the District will be the Groundwater Sustainability Agency (Agency) for all portions of the eleven (11) Groundwater Subbasins located within Tehama County.
A resolution of the Board of Directors of the Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District electing to be the groundwater sustainability agency for all those portions of the Rosewood, Bowman, South Battle Creek, Red Bluff, Bend, Antelope, Dye Creek, Los Molinos, Corning, Vina, and Colusa subbasins located within Tehama County.
Notice of Intent
Notice of intent to become a groundwater sustainability agency for all eleven (11) groundwater subbasins located within Tehama County.
Groundwater Commission Formation Ordinance 2016-1
The Board of Directors of the Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District adopted Resolution 2016-1 on June 07, 2016 detailing the powers and duties of the Tehama County Groundwater Commission.
Department of Water Resources Formation Notifications
The local agencies included on the GSA Formation Table have decided to become or form groundwater sustainability agencies (GSAs). The portion of a basin a local agency intends to manage is included as part of its posted GSA formation notice and is shown on the GSA Interactive Map (if a GIS file was provided). Senate Bill (SB) 13 amended numerous Water Code sections related to GSA formation – initially, DWR was limited to posting all notices it received within 15 days of receipt. Starting January 1, 2016, DWR will only post complete GSA formation notices received under Water Code §10723.8. DWR’s GSA formation notification completeness review process is outlined on the following document: GSA Formation Notification Guidelines for Local Agencies