The State Water Project is an aquatic lifeline for California because of its vital role in bringing water to cities and farms. Without it, California would never have developed into the economic powerhouse it is.
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State Water Project Table A Water Increases to 100 Percent
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Department of Water Resources (DWR) today announced another increase in the forecasted State Water Project (SWP) deliveries this year. With reservoirs nearing capacity and snowmelt runoff
State Water Project Allocation Increases to 75 Percent
Incredible news: Deliveries from the State Water Project will be 75% this year! The Department of Water Resources just announced the boost, which is up from 35%, thanks to record-setting
State Water Project Allocation Increases to 35 Percent
Substantial precipitation in January 2023, which resulted in an above average snowpack in the Sierras, was followed by a mostly dry February. With an updated water supply forecast, the Department
2022 State Water Project Table A Allocation Decreases from 15 to 5 Percent
Based on the driest January and February in more than 100 years and other aspects of current water supply conditions, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) is decreasing the State
State Water Project Allocation Increases to 15 Percent
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) announced it is increasing the State Water Project allocation to 15 percent of requested supplies for 2022. Last month, due
DWR – Fourth Snow Survey Results
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Department of Water Resources (DWR) today conducted the fourth snow survey at the Phillips Station snow course. The manual survey recorded 49.5 inches of snow depth and