Rob Allcott (UMRWA)
(707) 785-1008

Gene Mancebo (AWA)
(209) 257-5245

Jeff Meyer (CCWD)
(209) 754-3102

Integrated Regional
Water Management Plan Update  

The Mokelumne/Amador/Calaveras Integrated Water Management Region was formed in 2006 to:

Foster coordination, collaboration and communication among regional and local agencies responsible for water-related issues

Achieve greater efficiencies in project development and implementation;

Build public support for vital projects

Identify the most important water-related projects according to a set of criteria

Improve regional competitiveness for project funding.

An Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWMP) was developed for the region to identify projects and measures to be implemented to meet these goals.

The 2006 M/A/C IRWMP was based on Proposition 50 guidelines as interpreted by the California Department of Water Resources and the State Water Resources Control Board. With the passage of Proposition 84 and 1E, the statewide standards for the IRWMPs will be updated. The M/A/C IRWMP will be updated to be consistent with the new and upcoming guidelines.

Related Documents

>> 2006 M/A/C IRWMP(4Mb)
>> 2007 Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Assessment Report(13Mb)
>> Draft M/A/C Outreach Plan
>> Draft RPC Governing Proceedures Guidebook
>> 10/21/2008 Community Workshop Presentation

Local Agencies, Stakeholders and Useful Links

>> Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Authority Website
>> Amador County
>> Amador Water Agency
>> Calaveras County Water District
>> City of Jackson
>> City of Plymouth
>> City of Sutter Creek
>> East Bay Municipal Utilities District
>> Foothill Conservancy
>> Protect the Historic Amador Waterways (PHAW)
>> Proposition 84 and 1E Draft Guildelines