We represent small, disadvantaged communities, production agriculture, federal and state parks, refuges, preserves and management areas, historical tribal traditions and the environment in the implementation of the California Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
Please find links (below) to documentation of our conflict of interest code and our notice of intention to amend the conflict of interest code.
California enacted landmark legislation in 2014 known as the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). The legislation provides a framework for sustainable management of groundwater supplies by local authorities.
The Tri-County Water Authority is a non-profit joint powers agency established by the irrigation districts in the tri-county area of Tulare, Kings and Kern Counties. See if your property falls within our boundaries.
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Tri-County Water Authority Became a Groundwater Sustainability Agency on June 17, 2016
A team of board members from local districts, local agencies and organizations that want to identify and implement water management solutions on a regional scale that increase regional self-reliance.