Public Notices

In keeping with California's commitment to provide meaningful public involvement in governmental decisions, the Central Valley Water Board receives public comments on many types of draft documents: Basin Plan amendments, draft permits and enforcement orders, site cleanup plans, California Environmental Quality Act documents, and more. This page contains links to public notices for projects currently in a public comment period. In addition, you will find links to pages containing support materials (staff reports, text of proposed orders, etc.) below the public notices. You may also visit the Board Meeting calendar for information about upcoming public hearings, workshops, information items and other items being considered by the Central Valley Water Board and associated comment periods.

Basin Planning

  • There are currently no public notices for this topic.

Central Valley Salinity Alternatives for Long-Term Sustainability (CV-SALTS)

  • There are currently no public notices for this topic.

Compliance and Enforcement

  • View Enforcement Orders on the State Water Boards' website
    This link directs you to a searchable list of enforcement orders adopted by the nine Regional Water Quality Control Boards. This list is maintained by the State Water Resources Control Board. Note: Due to program-specific issues, not all enforcement orders are available on the State Board system.
  • Beginning in June 2004, Central Valley Region enforcement orders are also posted within the Discharger-Specific Orders section on our Adopted Orders page
  • Pending settlements and tentative Enforcement Orders can be found on our Tentative Orders page, alphabetically by county and discharger name.

Delta Nutrient Research Plan

  • There are currently no Public Notices for this topic


Lehigh Southwest Cement Company, Calaveras Cement CKD-3 Closure Project

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Natasha Vidic by phone at (916) 464-4614 or via email at

Storm Water Program

  • There are currently no Public Notices for this topic

Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs)

2018 Proposed Changes to the 303(d) List

The Central Valley Region is not scheduled to complete a full assessment of all readily available surface water quality data until the 2020 Integrated Report cycle.  As part of the 2018 Integrated Report Cycle the Central Valley Water Board will consider proposed changes to the Clean Water Act Section 303(d) List of impaired water bodies for impaired surface waters being addressed by a TMDL or another existing regulatory program.