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Corning Subbasin GSA


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AGSA Eligibility Determination

  1. Pursuant to Water Code Section 10723.8, the Corning Sub-basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency (CSGSA) hereby notifies the California Department of Water Resources of its decision to become a Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) for the Glenn County areas of the Corning Subbasin. It is the intent of the CSGSA to undertake sustainable groundwater management in the Glenn County areas of the Corning Subbasin. The CSGSA was created through a Memorandum of Agreement between the County of Glenn and the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District. Both agencies participating in this GSA have water supply, water management, or land use responsibilities. The County of Glenn maintains land use responsibilities throughout the Glenn County portion of the Corning Subbasin. Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District was formed and operates under the provisions of California Water Code Section 20500 et seq. (Irrigation Districts) and has responsibilities relating to water supply and water management.
  2. No

BDecision to Become a GSA

  1. 07/06/2017
  2. Please see Memorandum of Agreement in Item 3 as an attachment to the resolution from each agency. 2017_07_06_GCIDGSAWithdrawalColusaAndCorningSubbasin.pdf (490.9kB) Uploaded on 08/02/2017 at 11:37AM CountyModificationLetterToDWR_WithdrawCorningSubbasin_2017Jul21_Signed.pdf (706.2kB) Uploaded on 08/02/2017 at 11:38AM

CType of GSA Formation and Contact Information

    Corning Subbasin GSA
  1. Lisa Hunter
  3. Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District
    County of Glenn

DMap & Service Area Boundaries

  2. CorningSubbasinGSA_WithAgencies_2017Aug2.pdf (162.5kB) Uploaded on 08/02/2017 at 11:44AM CorningSubbasinGSA_2017Jul21.pdf (151.7kB) Uploaded on 08/02/2017 at 11:44AM
  3. The service area boundary for the Corning Sub-basin GSA includes all areas within the service areas of its member agencies. The collective service area covers all portions of the Corning Subbasin within Glenn County.

ERequired Documents

  1. Tehama County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
  2. There are no new bylaws or ordinances adopted to date. See Memorandum of Agreement in Item 3 as an attachment to resolutions from each member agency.