Do It Yourself (DIY) Groundwater Level Monitoring

Special tools are now available for Napa County residents to borrow and measure the depth to groundwater in their own well. You can get trained on how to use the tool to better understand how water level in your well changes throughout the year. Find out more information about the DIY Groundwater Level Monitoring Program below.

To know how water depth changes over the year, and to better understand how the groundwater reservoir beneath their land responds to winter recharge and use over the dry months. Measurements are best taken in the spring and fall over multiple years to see trends in recharge.

 
 
 

DIY Program contacts:

Paul Blank, Napa County Resource Conservation District, 707-252-4189 x3121, paul@naparcd.org

Jeff Sharp, Napa County Public Works, 707-259-5936 or jeff.sharp@countyofnapa.org