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City of Firebaugh GSA


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AGSA Eligibility Determination

  1. The City operates and maintains a water system that consists of six (6) municipal water wells. The water system is permitted and regulated under Water System ID# 1010005.
  2. No

BDecision to Become a GSA

  1. 04/03/2017
  2. City of Firebaugh Resolution No. 17-15.pdf (942kB) Uploaded on 04/25/2017 at 03:13PM

CType of GSA Formation and Contact Information

    City of Firebaugh GSA
  1. Mario Gouveia

DMap & Service Area Boundaries

  2. City of Firebaugh Service Area Map.pdf (502.3kB) Uploaded on 04/25/2017 at 03:46PM Delta-Mendota Groundwater Basin Map.pdf (543.1kB) Uploaded on 04/25/2017 at 03:46PM
  3. cof-gsa-4.zip (3kB) Uploaded on 04/25/2017 at 04:00PM
  4. Firebaugh_GSA_dwr_edits.zip (4.2kB) Uploaded on 05/05/2017 at 02:20PM

ERequired Documents

  1. Pursuant to Water Code section 10723.2, the City has developed a list of interested parties and will continue to amend the list as necessary during the Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) development process. The City has considered, and will continue to consider, the interests of all beneficial uses and users of groundwater, as well as those responsible for implementing GSPs. The City will solicit feedback and engage in discussions with other interested partied during the GSP development. The interested parties include, but are not limited to the following: a) Holders of overlying groundwater rights, including: 1) Agricultural users. The City meets regularly with the Central California Irrigation District (CCID), which is the agricultural irrigation district within the Basin. 2) Domestic well owners. The City will consider the interests of domestic well owners and conduct outreach efforts when and where appropriate. b) Municipal well operators. Currently, the City operates and maintains six (6) municipal water wells. c) Public water systems. Currently, the City operates and maintains a Public Water System (Water System ID: 1010005) within the City GSA. The City will recognize and consider existing interests of public water systems. d) Local land use planning agencies. The City is the local land use planning agency within the City limits. e) Environmental users of groundwater. The City will work with any agencies proposing environmental uses of the groundwater within the Basin. f) Surface water users, if there is a hydrologic connection between surface and groundwater flows. The City is not a surface water user. However, the City will collaborate with the surface water users in areas adjacent to the City and work to identify impacts to the interests of surface water users for consideration during GSP development. g) Federal government, including, but not limited to, the military and managers of federal lands. The City has a working relationship with several federal governmental agencies, and will continue to collaborate with such agencies. h) California Native American Tribes. Not applicable. i) Disadvantaged communities, including, but not limited to, those served by private domestic wells or small community systems. The City is one of the identified disadvantaged communities within the subbasin, and will cooperate with disadvantaged communities within the GSA that may be relying on groundwater. j) Entities listed in Section 10927 that are monitoring and reporting groundwater elevations in all or a part of a groundwater basin managed by the GSA. The City collaborates with CCID, Fresno and Madera Counties, and San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority in the collection of groundwater data as part of the California Statewide Groundwater Elevation Monitoring (CASGEM) program. The City will continue to coordinate acquisition of data with these entities.
  2. Agencies managing or proposing to manage groundwater within the basin include: Central Delta-Mendota Region Multi-Agency GSA Widren Water District GSA Merced County-Delta-Mendota Turner Island Water District-2 Northwestern Delta-Mendota GSA City of Patterson County of Madera-3 City of Los Banos City of Mendota Grasslands Groundwater Sustainability Agency City of Newman Farmers Water District Aliso Water District Patterson Irrigation District West Stanislaus Irrigation District-1 West Stanislaus Irrigation District-2 San Joaquin County-Tracy & D-M San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors Water Authority
  3. The City did not adopt any new bylaws, ordinances, or new authorities applicable to the formation of the GSA. The City already manages its groundwater under current laws and ordinances.