DWR is committed to expediting groundwater recharge; like this project in Dunnigan, Yolo County, which is providing multiple benefits, including capturing excess water from recent storms, recharging the groundwater basin and providing habitat for migrating birds.
Lake Oroville Community Update for January 27, 2023.
Lake Oroville Community Update for January 20, 2023.
The wet winter storms in January 2023 have brought a lot of water that has the potential to be stored underground to replenish groundwater basins and help mitigate prolonged drought effects.
As California experiences more extreme swings between wet and dry periods, it is critical for the State to deploy innovative forecasting and water management strategies to adapt to our changing climate.
Lake Oroville Community Update for January 13, 2023.
Much of California enjoyed a brief break from the succession of atmospheric river storms that have drenched and pummeled the state for the past two weeks. With six storms behind us and three more lined up between now and January 19, many people are asking whether and when the decision will be made to open the Sacramento Weir.
DWR continues to respond to the statewide impacts from a series of severe storms that have inundated the state since late December.
DWR urges Californians to stay safe and vigilant as we continue to experience the impacts from storms and flooding.
Rising reservoir levels at Lake Oroville will require the closure of the newly constructed Lakeside Access Road and it will not reopen until water levels drop back down later this year.