If you rely on wells in Sonoma County and have questions, Sonoma County Water Coalition has answers


Please invite your friends and family who rely on wells for their water, and anyone who is interested in a sustainable water supply!
We’re hosting a presentation with Q&A on what the Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs) have in mind, and what options are being considered for fee/rate structures.  This is a unique opportunity to ask probing questions and voice your thoughts on which option would work for you (or provide your own suggestion).
Spread the word.  So many of us don’t have an organization to represent our needs.  This is your chance to speak up.
Wednesday March 28th
Groundwater Sustainability in Sonoma County
hosted by
Sonoma County Water Coalition
7:00 − 9:00 PM
55 Ridgway Ave. A
Santa Rosa, CA
Groundwater is a critically important resource, accounting for a large portion of our water supply.

Groundwater levels in many of the state’s aquifers became dangerously low during the drought. To address the problem, a new state law was passed – the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).

SGMA requires groundwater to be sustainably managed by new local Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs). In Sonoma County, three GSAs were created for the Petaluma Valley, Santa Rosa Plain and Sonoma Valley groundwater basins. If you live or work in an affected basin, the decisions made by the GSAs could affect you.

Come learn about what the GSAs are doing and provide your input!