Placer County hosts virtual public meeting on groundwater planning efforts
Published Nov. 10, 2020
Residents are invited to attend a meeting this Thursday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. to get the latest information about the county’s groundwater planning efforts including the development of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan.
Residents can attend the meeting to:
• Get an update of the GSP and timeline for completion
• Hear an overview of draft chapters available for public review
• Learn how to engage and provide comments
• Receive answers to questions
The West Placer Groundwater Sustainability Agency, comprised of Placer County, the cities of Roseville and Lincoln, Placer County Water Agency, Nevada Irrigation District and with participation from California American Water Company, manages groundwater in a portion of the North American Subbasin. As required by state law, the WPGSA is developing the Groundwater Sustainability Plan – a guiding document that will help agencies maintain sustainable groundwater supplies for agriculture, communities and the environment. Public meetings ensure the GSP is a reflection of both community input and sound technical studies.