IRWMP UPDATE: PROJECTS FORM -
GBA is requesting project sponsors to submit projects to be
considered for inclusion in the IRWMP Update. To be
eligible for future IRWMP funding, proposed projects must be
included with the submitted update. Please submit no
later than September 30, 2013. To
access the Proposed Project form, click
Freeport Element Phase 1 Feasibility Study
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT - The GBA intends to certify the Eastern San Joaquin Integrated Conjunctive Use Program Final Environmental Impact Report. For more details, click here.
Volume I 2008
The Integrated Regional Water Management Plan defines and integrates key water resource strategies to guide the efforts of the GBA towards implementation of the Eastern San Joaquin Integrated Conjunctive Use Program. The ICU Program is a comprehensive menu of projects and actions that fulfills the Mission of the Authority. MORE
The GBA Board of Directors are proud of the substantial progress that has been made improving water resource reliability. MORE
The San Joaquin County Groundwater Data Center is a Countywide centralized interactive groundwater information vehicle that provides access to groundwater data collected and shared by agencies throughout San Joaquin County. Groundwater data, historic semi-annual groundwater reports and interactive GIS-based mapping tools are available. MORE
Eastern San Joaquin Groundwater Basin Groundwater Management Plan
GBA members adopted the Plan on 9/22/04. This plan is a tool for the development of sustainable water supplies for eastern part of the County. MORE
Since the fall of 1971, the San Joaquin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District has monitored grounwater levels and groundwater quality and has published the data in semi-annual groundwater reports. This report untilizes over 500 wells. To see the most current and historic semi-annual groundwater reports, click
Local Groundwater Assistance Grant
GBA received a LGA
grant from DWR to conduct a groundwater study, part of the study was to
install a multiple completion well in Stockton East Water District. The
multiple completion well consists of four, 2-inch diameter PVC wells
installed in a single borehole. Telemetry is installed and real time
data for the four wells can be found
here, at the USGS website. Data is ordered alphabetically by
County and the new wells are identified by their 15-digit site ID.
The following is a legend showing the opened screen interval for each
545' - 565'
415' - 435'
270' - 290'
145' - 165'