DWR Updates

Goat Rock Beach

Most Californians turn on their taps without thinking about where the water comes from or if that flow might trickle out someday. They may not realize how local, state, and even federal water managers work together to ensure a steady water supply now and in the future.

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DWR is continuing to work on the environmental planning and permitting to modernize State Water Project infrastructure in the Delta.

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A nearly full Lake Oroville provides perfect conditions for boaters just north of the main spillway at the Butte County, California site.

Oroville residents and visitors received great news today as the Department of Water Resources announced the reopening of the Spillway Boat Ramp area on Lake Oroville.

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DWR is completing the second year of the Elder Creek Channel Rehabilitation Project. The five-year project will clear sedimentation and vegetation to restore flow capacity of a four-mile stretch of the state-maintained Elder Creek in Tehama County.

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Are you planning a road trip this summer? Consider taking a detour to one of the many beaches along the California State Water Project (SWP) – you’ll find them teeming with fish, natural beauty, and healthy ways to spend your vacation.

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