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Water Partnership and Consolidation Events

2021 - 2022 

Water Partnership Events

The 2021-2022 SAFER Water Partnership Trainings are a series of FREE regionally-focused workshops hosted by the State Water Board’s Division of Drinking Water. These workshops provide the information and tools to inform and empower decision makers to pursue a more sustainable and resilient regional water system landscape for their communities.

2021-2022 SAFER Water Partnership Workshops

Northern California
Area Date Registration
Marina (Monterey) 12/16/2021 closed

Fort Bragg, Ukiah Valley (Mendocino)

2/16/2022

closed

Humboldt County

3/23/2022

closed

West County (Sonoma)

6/22/2022

closed

Stockton (San Joaquin)

6/28/2022

closed

Tahoe (El Dorado County)

9/22/2022

Register

Santa Cruz County 9/29/2022 Register
Southern California
Area Date Registration
Lake Isabella (Kern) 12/08/2021 closed

Oxnard (Ventura)

1/26/2022

closed

San Bernardino County

2/23/2022

closed

Tulare County

3/9/2022

closed

San Diego County

4/27/2022

closed

Madera County

5/18/2022

closed

Santa Barbara County

6/2/2022

closed

External Partnership Events

Needs Assessment Results

SAFER completed the 2021 Drinking Water Needs Assessment reports. The Needs Analysis unit will continue to host public workshops and receive public comments, please visit the Needs Assessment page for the newest results and information on past workshops.

  • July 1, 2021: Deadline to submit public feedback to the Needs Assessment Results.

Resources from Previous Years

Water Partnership Resource Updates

USEPA Updates of its Water Partnership Website

SWRCB and CPUC Joint Workshop Resources

On November 13, 2017, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) met with the State Board for a Joint Workshop: Providing Safe Drinking Water Through Consolidation of Water Systems and SB 623. Provided below is a link to the video and the presentations from the workshop.

SWRCB and CPUC Joint Workshop

On August 17th, 2017, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) met with the State Board for a Joint Workshop: Providing Safe Drinking Water through Consolidation of Water Systems. Provided below is a link to the video and five presentations from the workshop.