Request for Proposals for Administrative Services
The Santa Rosa Plain Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) is seeking proposals from consultants or firms with experience managing and administering public agencies to provide administrative services for the GSA. The Request for Proposals will close at 5:00 p.m. August 13, 2018. For more information, see the attached RFP or contact Ann DuBay at (707) 524-8378 or Ann.DuBay@scwa.ca.gov.
Agenda for Open Meeting related to the Santa Rosa Plain Groundwater Sustainability Agency
California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) regulated water companies and mutual water companies providing water service in the Santa Rosa Plain aquifer area will meet to discuss participation in the Groundwater Sustainability Agency.
When: Thursday July 26, 2018 at 3p.m.
Where: City of Santa Rosa Utilities Field Operations (UFO) building (35 Stony Point Road), Santa Rosa, CA, Room F
1. Discussion of fire recovery status and impacted members
2. DWR Listening tour update
3. Report on SRP GSA Board of Directors activity
a. View attached agendas, presentations and minutes by clicking the button below.
b. June 14, 2018 BOD Meetingi. Boundary modifications
ii. Funding4. Future Quarterly Meeting Dates and Locations
5. Member Comments
6. Open Comments
please contact Evan Jacobs, California American Water, (707) 495-6135.
DWR recently released its recommendations for basin reprioritization. Under the draft assessment, Santa Rosa Plain, Petaluma Valley and Sonoma Valley Basins all increased from medium to high priority basins, and Alexander Valley, Wilson Grove Highlands and Dry Creek were each listed as medium priority. Public comment is open until August 20, with final prioritization in mid-November.
Monthly Email Updates
Find out what’s happening with groundwater activities in Sonoma County by reading the latest email update. Visit the “Email Updates” page to read updates from past months.
“Management and use of groundwater in a manner that can be maintained during the planning and implementation horizon without causing undesirable results.”
The Santa Rosa Plain GSA will be tracking six main sustainability indicators:
Lowering Groundwater Levels