The Santa Rosa Plain Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) is a public agency formed to sustainably manage groundwater in the Santa Rosa Plain groundwater basin. The agency was formed in June 2017 and has a Board of Directors, an Administrator and an Advisory Committee.
Agendas & Meeting Calendar
Find out when and where the Board of Directors and the Advisory Committee are meeting next.
Groundwater Sustainability Plan
Take a look at the final 20-year plan for groundwater sustainability in the Santa Rosa Plain subbasin.
Groundwater User Information Data Exchange (GUIDE) Program. Review and update your water use information here.
Groundwater Sustainability Fee
Learn more about the recently adopted fee and find answers to frequently asked questions.
Groundwater Sustainability Plans Approved
On January 26, 2023, the California Department of Water Resources announced its approval of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan. This 20-year plan establishes a standard for sustainability of groundwater management and provides a plan for managing groundwater over a 20-year period. Click here to review the GSP.
Drought and Groundwater
For more information and resources about the drought, groundwater wells and groundwater monitoring and reporting visit our drought page.