The Regional Water Reliability Plan (RWRP) and Regional Drought Contingency Plan (RDCP) are concurrent, closely related planning efforts to evaluate the vulnerabilities of the water resources of the region and to identify the most promising opportunities to improve long-term water supply reliability at the agency, sub-regional, and regional levels.

The RDCP is partially funded through a Drought Contingency Planning Grant awarded through the United States Bureau of Reclamation.  The RDCP focuses on mitigation actions and near-term responses specifically related to drought conditions.  The RWRP goes beyond the scope of the RDCP by evaluating a broader set of vulnerabilities and mitigation actions.  For example, the recent adoption of a California water quality standard for hexavalent chromium has impacted a number of water suppliers that use groundwater as a primary supply source; mitigation actions for addressing this will be different than those for addressing dry conditions.

Meetings

April 12, 2017 Meeting Agenda

April 12, 2017 Presentation Handout

March 10, 2017 North Subregional Meeting Summary

March 9, 2017 East Subregional Meeting

March 8, 2017 Central Subregional Meeting

March 7, 2017 South Subregional Meeting

February 8, 2017 Meeting Summary

February 8, 2017 Meeting Presentation

October 12, 2016 Meeting Summary

October 12, 2016 Meeting Presentation

May 11, 2016 Kickoff Meeting Summary

May 11, 2016 Kickoff Meeting Presentation