Integrated Regional Water Management Grant Programs

Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) is a collaborative effort to manage all aspects of water resources in a region. IRWM crosses jurisdictional, watershed, and political boundaries; involves multiple agencies, stakeholders, individuals, and groups; and attempts to address the issues and differing perspectives of all the entities involved through mutually beneficial solutions.

Our IRWM grant programs fund:

  • Planning
  • Implementation
  • Disadvantaged community involvement

 

Current Solicitations

Maps

  • To determine which region you reside in or to find more information on a particular region, view the Water Management Planning Tool, an interactive map application that allows you to overlay numerous Geographic Information Systems (GIS) layers onto a map of California.
  • The Disadvantaged Communities (DAC) Mapping Tool is a web-based application to assist local agencies and other interested parties in evaluating disadvantaged community (DAC) status throughout the State, using the definition provided by Proposition 84 IRWM Guidelines (2015).
  • The Economically Distressed Area (EDA) Mapping Tool is a web-based application to assist local agencies and other interested parties in evaluating Economically Distressed Area (EDA) status throughout the State, using the definition specified under the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (Proposition 1) Economically Distressed Area Instructions.

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How to Contact Us

Find general contact information in the directory, or select the button below for IRWM, including regional and grant contacs.

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