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The Northern & Central Delta-Mendota Region GSP Group has released its final draft of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP).  

GSP Review Process

Final Draft Documents

The Northern & Central Delta-Mendota Region GSP Group has released its final draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). This GSP covers the Northern and Central Regions of the Delta-Mendota Subbasin.


Chapter One – Final Draft


Chapter One describes the purpose of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP.) It describes the Delta-Mendota Subbasin, and presents the organization of the GSP. 

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Chapter Two – Final Draft

Plan Area

Chapter Two describes the area of the plan, discussing various planning efforts, including any appropriate areas such as: integrated regional water management, land use, habitat conservation, and other planning efforts.

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Chapter Four – Final Draft

Outreach and Communication

Chapter Four describes the beneficial uses and users in the Plan Area. It explains the plan development, including the decision-making process, and comments received regarding the Plan.

Chapter Four explains the outreach undertaken, including noticing, opportunities for public engagement, methods for disseminating information and outreach to diverse social, cultural, and economic areas of the population. 

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Chapter Five – Final Draft

Basin Setting

Chapter Five provides the basin setting. It describes the Hydrogeologic Conceptual Model. The chapter includes information about groundwater conditions, water budgets, and management areas.

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Chapter Seven – Final Draft

Sustainability Implementation

Chapter Seven contains information about sustainability implementation, including projects and management actions, as well as monitoring activities.

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Chapter Eight – Final Draft

Plan Implementation

Chapter Eight explains implementation of the Plan. Included in the chapter are implementation costs and funding sources, as well as descriptions of annual reports, and five-year assessment reports.

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Public participation is an important part of the GSP process. 

Have more questions about the GSP public comment process? Email the GSP Group staff.

View the calendar for upcoming meetings on the GSP development process throughout the Delta-Mendota Subbasin.

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