Stakeholders can review a full draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan, now available for download

At the July 17th Board Meeting, the North Fork Kings GSA Board approved opening the draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) 90-day public review and comment period. Members of the public are encouraged to download the GSP on the website at and provide comment for the agency’s consideration.

The GSP includes potential policies and projects that will impact groundwater management in the region for years to come as the North Fork Kings GSA works to achieve sustainable groundwater supply. Technical consultants worked over the last two years collecting data that documents historic and current groundwater conditions; the GSP uses this information as the foundation to define a path forward for how groundwater will be managed.

The North Fork Kings GSA will use the GSP as a roadmap to balance its estimated 59,000 acre-feet of annual groundwater overdraft by 2040. The overdraft can be balanced using both supply-side and demand-side solutions. The toolkit of projects and management actions will include both, but the North Fork Kings GSA Board plans to prioritize supply-side solutions including floodwater capture for groundwater recharge.

Members of the public are encouraged to take part in the important process of defining the path forward toward groundwater sustainability. The public comment period will conclude at the end of the day on October 21st.

The North Fork Kings GSA is hosting workshops in August to review what is in the GSP and how it impacts those with a stake in groundwater management. View the GSP calendar for workshop details: GSP Calendar.

Click below to download the GSP and find more info regarding the Public Review period.

Ready to comment? Click below to access our online comment form.

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Join us!Attend an upcoming workshop to learn about the future of groundwater management

The Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) outlines how groundwater will be managed beginning in 2020. Learn how this impacts you and help shape the future of sustainability at one of our upcoming workshops. 

Workshop registration encouraged. Webinar registration required.

Community Workshop

Wednesday, August 21 from 6:30-8:30 pm 

Riverdale Education Center, 3160 W Mt Whitney Ave., Riverdale 93656

Landowner Workshop

Wednesday, August 28 from 6:00-8:00 pm 

Riverdale Memorial Hall, 3085 W Mt Whitney Ave., Riverdale 93656


Thursday, August 29 from 3:00-5:00 pm 

Can't make it to a workshop in Riverdale? Join us for the online webinar.

Registration required online: click here to register 

Workshop Registration