Three small disadvantaged communities in the Central Valley will receive $28 million in grant funding as part of DWR's commitment to support projects that reduce flood risk to people and property.
DWR today awarded $11 million in grants to five projects that will improve the habitat and chances of survival for native fish species within the lower San Joaquin River watershed.
DWR is urging the public to avoid contact with water at Pyramid Lake in Los Angeles County until further notice due to blue-green algae (cyanobacteria).
To continue California’s progress toward establishing a more climate resilient future, today DWR awarded $83.9 million in grants to communities in the Sacramento, San Joaquin, San Diego, Sierra and Central Coast regions.
DWR is urging people to avoid physical contact with the water at San Luis Reservoir in Merced County until further notice due to blue-green algae.
Today, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) lowered a warning advisory that had been in effect since June 1 at San Luis Reservoir in Merced County. Water contact is now allowed, but DWR urges all recreational users to exercise caution and avoid direct contact with blue-green algae.
Today, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) announced that campgrounds at Pyramid Lake in Los Angeles County, Silverwood Lake in San Bernardino County and Lake Perris in Riverside County have reopened. In order to follow Department of Public Health guidelines, the campgrounds will be available at half capacity to allow for physical distancing.
A water treatment expansion project that will serve more than 1 million Californians is just one of the many projects to receive grant funding from DWR as part of a continued effort to support local agencies in building long-term water resilience for their communities.
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) urged people to avoid physical contact with the water at San Luis Reservoir in Merced County until further notice due to blue-green algae.
DWR announced a 15-day public comment period for projects selected under the second phase of the Small Communities Flood Risk Reduction Program (SCFRR). The SCFRR was created to assist public agencies with reducing flood risk for small communities within the Central Valley.