Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion Project The objectives of the Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion Project are...Read More
Expanding water storage helps California's
California's future is being built today.
Expanding California's water storage today prepares our communities, environment, and farms for water shortages that are already affecting our daily lives.
In 2014, California's voters recognized the need to begin upgrading our state's water storage infrastructure by passing Proposition One, a water bond dedicated to helping build facilities that will improve water management for all water users.
Learn more about some of the projects being proposed below.
Tulare Lake Storage and Floodwater Protection Project The Proposed Project will construct new south-of-Delta storage...Read More
Temperance Flat Dam Temperance Flat Reservoir would be a new surface water storage facility on...Read More
Sites Reservoir Identified by the State of California and the federal government as an important...Read More
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Located in the Sacramento Valley, Sites Reservoir would help improve water management and aid in restoring ecological health for beneficial uses.
Tulare Lake Storage and Floodwater Protection Project
The Tulare Lake Storage and Floodwater Protection Project will construct new south-of-Delta storage and conveyance features in the historic Tulare Lake and expand groundwater banking programs in Kern County.
Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion Project
The Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion Project, located in the Bay Area, provides a unique opportunity for increasing ecosystem benefits while improving regional coordination and operations of the state water system.
Temperance Flat Dam
Temperance Flat Reservoir would be a new surface water storage facility on the San Joaquin River, above Friant Dam and below Kerckhoff Dam north east of Fresno.