The CWP Strategies have been developed to capitalize on the opportunities identified for further regional collaboration to meet the CWP Targets. Each Strategy is supported by a suite of detailed actions that will be taken throughout CWP implementation. Click each strategy to learn more.
Every two years a CWP Action Plan will be developed that identifies the actions and resources needed to implement Strategies during the following two-year period. By adaptively managing implementation of the CWP, we will facilitate consistent progress toward achieving the Targets.
Achieving the most efficient water use possible countywide
Collaborating on consistent drought preparedness and response messaging
Coupling local supply development with regional conveyance
Managing salt and concentrate regionally
Leveraging regional groundwater storage potential
Collaborating on water quality needs and treatment technologies
Enhancing cost-effectiveness of pumping and treating impaired groundwater
Protecting coastal groundwater basins from seawater intrusion
Facilitating regional groundwater recharge understanding and initiatives
Facilitating natural infiltration of precipitation
Providing regional support for small, at-risk water systems
Mitigate wildfire effects on water supply and quality
Managing invasive species in riparian areas
Facilitating sediment management and debris removal from flood control facilities