Draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan (All Chapters)
The 60 day public commenting period for the Yolo Subbasin DRAFT Groundwater Sustainability Plan ended on October 27, 2021. Staff are working to incorporate the comments that were received during this period into the GSP.
For help accessing the plan or to request a print copy, please contact us.
Projects and Management Actions - Draft and Solicitation
The YSGA is soliciting ideas for Projects and Management Actions relating to the Yolo Subbasin GSP. To suggest an idea for a project or a management action - use this form (if you have a Google account)
HERE is the current list of proposed projects. Please note that the Projects and Managements Actions proposed here are still in development.
GSP DRAFT Chapter 2 - The Basin Setting
The Basin Setting Chapter provides information about the hydrogeologic conceptual model, current and historical groundwater conditions, the Yolo Subbasin water budget, and description of the six subbasin management areas.
Questions, comments, concerns, and general feedback can also be provided via e-mail at: email@example.com.
GSP DRAFT Chapter 1 - The Introduction
Draft Chapter 1 of the GSP can viewed for informational purposes. The public comment period for Draft Chapter 1 has closed. Comments have been incorporated. Click HERE for the current version of DRAFT Chapter 1 of the Yolo Subbasin GSP.
At the March 2018 YSGA Board meeting, the Board adopted Resolution 2018-1 formalizing the initiation of developing the Yolo Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). Yolo Subbasin beneficial users and interested parties are encouraged to sign up for YSGA updates and to check this website often for meetings and workshops related to the development of the GSP.
The YSGA’s formal notice of intent is also available on DWR’s SGMA portal. Please check back here often for updates on the planning process.
Please read the Yolo Subbasin GSP Components Schematic and memos below to learn more about our Work Plan, Budget, and Schedule for developing the Yolo Subbasin GSP.
Read more about what is required to be in a GSP in DWR’s GSP Emergency Regulations Guide.