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Shandon-San Juan Groundwater Sustainability Agency

3-004.06 SALINAS VALLEY PASO ROBLES AREA

Point of Contact Information

AGSA Eligibility Determination

  1. Shandon-San Juan Water District is a duly formed California Water District with most of the powers and authorities State Water Code empowers. The District cannot export groundwater beyond the boundaries of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin. The District was formed specifically to allow local property owners to cooperate in creating our local GSP and to comply with it.
  2. No

BDecision to Become a GSA

  1. 06/08/2017
  2. Govt. Code 6066 Notice SSJWD.pdf (766.9kB) Uploaded on 06/03/2017 at 12:16PM
  3. When the County led effort to have one District to serve the whole SLO County portion of the Paso Robles GWB failed at the polls we got to work forming a Water District specifically to become a GSA, specifically to cooperate actively and effectively in Sustainable Groundwater Management here in our local area. We and all our neighbors who rely on a sustainable and reliant ground water resource will all benefit from this effort. It has been a long hard road to get to this point and we are happy to be here. In all reality we have fought are way to the starting gate and now will really have to get to work....

CType of GSA Formation and Contact Information

    Shandon-San Juan Groundwater Sustainability Agency
  1. Willy Cunha
  2. SINGLE

DMap & Service Area Boundaries

  1. 3-004.06 SALINAS VALLEY PASO ROBLES AREA
  2. SSJ_Final_Opt-In_Bndy.zip (46.4kB) Uploaded on 06/03/2017 at 12:32PM
  3. Our Shandon-San Juan Water District Boundary is identical to our Shandon San Juan GSA Boundary.

ERequired Documents

  1. County of San Luis Obispo, the City of El Paso de Robles, the San Miguel Community Services District, the Heritage Ranch Community Services District have all formed GSAs. They along with our Shandon-San Juan GSA are working under a MOA to write a single GSP for the SLO County portion of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin. We project that a second Water District, Estrella El Pomar Creston Water District (EPC), that is forming will become a GSA later this year and they will become a partner in our Paso Basin GSA Group upon their formation and the County of SLO relinquishing management of that portion of their GSA Boundary to the EPC GSA. Paso Basin GSA partners map 2017.pdf (296.5kB) Uploaded on 06/09/2017 at 01:19PM