Oroville Community Update for October 25, 2019
Flooding is a major issue across California – every county has experienced a federally declared flood disaster in the past 20 years. To help Californians stay prepared this flood season, DWR is participating in the eighth annual California Flood Preparedness Week from October 19 – 26, 2019.
DWR gathered with its partners and contractors Oct. 15 to celebrate the completion of the 460-acre tidal wetland known as Tule Red in the Suisun Marsh.
Lake Oroville community update for Oct. 18, 2019.
Earthquakes are a fact of life in California. Every Californian learns at an early age how to prepare for an earthquake: drop and cover, protect your head, and stay clear of heavy objects that could fall.
Get the Lake Oroville operations update for October 11, 2019.
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) will soon embark on an expedited and phased solicitation for its aging State Water Project Cost Allocation and Billing (CAB) system.
Get the Lake Oroville operations update for October 4, 2019.
“Mother nature is changing fast, and we need to change along with her,” California Natural Resources Agency Secretary Wade Crowfoot told an audience of climate scientists, water managers, and other stakeholders at a climate change conference on September 17 in Sacramento.
The steep hillsides around Lake Oroville’s Lime Saddle recreational facilities in Butte County are covered with dry grass and underbrush. This week, nine acres in the Camp Fire footprint near Lime Saddle’s Parrish Cove will be covered by over 500 goats and sheep in an effort to reduce wildfire risk.