Building a Sustainable Groundwater Future in the SLO Basin

 

Groundwater is a vital contributor to our region’s water supply. Local agencies (the City and County of San Luis Obispo) are developing a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) to better manage this important water resource for the San Luis Obispo Valley Groundwater Basin (SLO Basin) while meeting the requirements of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).

 

Planning has just started and there are several ways stakeholders can get involved in the plan development process. Learn more

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The February 2020 Newsletter is Now Available

Read the latest news on the GSP development and upcoming opportunities to participate.

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Your voice is important. Get involved:

REGISTER AS AN INTERESTED PARTY

 

Sign up as an interested party and you’ll be notified when a new event or document available for public comment is posted. You can unsubscribe any time.

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ATTEND A PUBLIC MEETING

 

Join Groundwater Sustainability Commission (GSC) meetings to receive project news and to share your input. Meetings are held quarterly.

Our next GSC Meeting is scheduled for July 8, 2020 and will be offered virtually. Click here for "Go to Meeting" access details

 

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ATTEND A PUBLIC WORKSHOP

 

Join interactive workshops to learn about and inform the development of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). Workshops are aligned to key plan milestones.

Our next Stakeholder Workshop is June 10, 2020 — Groundwater Management Vision, offered virtually. Learn more or register here

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REVIEW AND COMMENT ON DOCUMENTS

Review and comment on sections/chapters of the GSP and related documents. 

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Next Virtual Stakeholder Workshop: Groundwater Management Vision 

 

June 10, 2020 • 3:30pm-5:00pm • Zoom Meetings

 

In this virtual workshop, attendees will participate in an interactive exercise to set the vision for what a “sustainable SLO Basin” means. To inform the exercise, the project team will ground attendees in the key takeaways of the Basin Setting work completed to date, which helps predict future groundwater demand and describes the unique makeup and challenges associated with groundwater management in the SLO Basin. They’ll also describe the role of the Water Budget and the Surface/Groundwater Model in meeting the requirements of SGMA. A recording of the workshop will be published the project website within one day of the live session. Offered virtually through Zoom Meetings, registration required.

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