Napa River Steelhead and Salmon Monitoring Program 2019-2020 Report
The numbers are in for the 2020 Napa River Steelhead and Salmon Monitoring Program! 2020 marks the 12th year of monitoring the Napa River with RCD's Rotary Screw Trap.Keep reading >>
Napa Valley Drought Contingency Plan Update #2
The Task Force continues to analyze water supply, demand, assess vulnerability, and factor in climate change as part of USBR grant-funded effort.Keep reading >>
Annual Groundwater Report - Water Year 2019
The Groundwater Sustainability: Annual Report – Water Year 2019 is now available.Keep reading >>
Live Rainfall and Stream Level Data
Using Napa One Rain, you can checkout current and historical rainfall, river and stream level monitoring data from a network of automated gauge sites throughout Napa County.Keep reading >>
New Monthly Waterway Keepers Program Organized by Napa RCD
Get involved with the Waterway Keepers program in three ways:
- Participate in public cleanup days organized by the RCD
- Set up your own cleanup day for an organization, company, ect.
- Sponsor a cleanup dayKeep reading >>
Napa County's DIY Groundwater Monitoring Program
Napa County launches a "Do it Yourself" groundwater monitoring program. This program allows Napa County residents to borrow a well water-level monitoring tool for free!Keep reading >>
New Well Owner Guide Available!
The new guide provides well owners important information on how to maintain their well, general well owner responsibilities, and how to prevent groundwater contamination.Keep reading >>
Napa Sanitation District releases a video about their Recycled Water Expansion Projects!
The video informs the community about these forward-thinking projects and celebrates the partners and funders who made these resource recovery projects possible. The projects featured in the video include upgrades to the NSD treatment plant, construction of the 5-mile Milliken-Sarco-Tulocay (MST) Recycled Water Pipeline, and the construction of the 9-mile Los Carneros Water District Recycled Pipeline.Keep reading >>
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