The links below will redirect to each respective Plan Document section:

Groundwater Sustainability Agency
IRWM Final Plan
Stormwater Resource Plan Development

 

Groundwater Sustainability Agency

The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) established a new structure for managing California’s groundwater resources at a local level by local agencies. A Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) is responsible for developing and implementing a groundwater sustainability plan (GSP) to meet the sustainability goal of the basin to ensure that it is operated within its sustainable yield, without causing undesirable results.

Tahoe Valley South Subbasin Groundwater Management Plan

 

IRWM Final Plan

The Final IRWM Plan has been posted in its entirety (i.e. including appendices) as a single PDF document and by individual sections for your convenience.  Please note the PDF documents have been formatted for double sided printing.

Tahoe-Sierra IRWM Final Plan July 2014 (entire document)

Covers and TOC

Executive Summary

References

Section 1

Section 2

Section 3

Section 4

Section 5

Section 6

Section 7

Section 8

Section 9

Section 10

Appendices

IRWM Supporting Documents

 

Stormwater Resource Plan Development

In order to best compete for funding for stormwater management projects in the State of California and the Lake Tahoe Basin, a comprehensive strategy that helps guide public investment needs to be developed. As part of this strategy, it is important that projects provide multiple benefits that consider many goals and priorities. A Stormwater Resource Plan (SRP) will be developed and submitted to the applicable Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) group for incorporation into their Integrated Regional Water Management Plans (IRWMPs) in order to satisfy these goals.

City of South Lake Tahoe Resource Plan Checklist and Self-Certification

El Dorado County Resource Plan Checklist and Self-Certification

Tahoe Sierra IRWM Stormwater Resource Plan Development (under development)