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Forms & Documents > Committees & Programs > Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) > Grant-Funded Planning Documents

Name Description Type
Groundwater Banking Plan Folder
Paso Robles Groundwater Model Update Folder
Santa Maria Groundwater Basin Characterization Folder
Watershed Management Project Folder
2012-08-30-SLO-Flood-Management-Report-Complete The San Luis Obispo Flood plan to Implement Flood Control Projects File
2008-12-01-Regional-Permitting-Program-Complete Details the Regional Permitting Program which consists of the Regional Permit Plan and The Environmental Management System for the County of San Luis Obispo File
2008-12-01 Data Enhancement Plan The Data Enhancement Plan is a regional water monitoring program designed to provide data for planning, design, and operational purposes, yet it is also designed to be flexible and to change over time. File
Identification of Basins requiring Salt and Nutrient Management Plans (SNMP) The purpose of this memorandum is to identify the basin study areas where Salt and Nutrient Management Plans are needed, relevant stakeholders who may be appropriate to lead the development of each, and regional priorities. File
Reigonal Recycled Water Strategic Plan The purpose of the RRWSP is to identify and prioritize potentially viable next steps in successfully implementing water reclamation across the County in a safe and cost-effective manner. File

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