Construction on the main spillway resumes at 12:01 a.m., May 8. Crews will begin removing the temporary RCC walls in the middle section of the main spillway in order to place structural concrete walls later in the year.
New Water Audit Validator Certificate Program offered at locations throughout the state.
Looking to launch a career in the water industry? The annual application process for DWR’s apprenticeship program is now underway
The Climate Conversations video debuted at the Tribal Water Summit on April 5, 2018.
DWR today announced awarding $85.8 million in grants for groundwater sustainability projects that directly benefit severely disadvantaged communities.
The final State Water Project Delivery Capability Report 2017 has been released. This report updates estimates of the current (2017) State Water Project delivery capability and incorporates all current regulatory requirements for SWP and CVP operations, including the biological opinions issued by the USFWS and the NMFS.
Four new videos featuring members of native California tribes discussing the impacts of climate change will debut at the Tribal Water Summit on April 5.
Due to changes in the climate, native basketweavers observe first hand its impact to the plants they gather and harvest.
California’s Native American Tribes and DWR share a common goal: protecting one of the state’s most sacred resources – water.