The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)
The State Water Resources Control Board has developed frequently asked questions / preguntas frecuentes regarding groundwater and SGMA.
What Is SGMA?
Learn about groundwater and the landmark Sustainable Groundwater Management ActLearn About SGMA
What Is State Intervention?
Learn about the State's role in ensuring the sustainable management of groundwater resourcesLearn About Intervention
Learn about basins subject to State intervention and actions taken by the State Water BoardLearn More About the Basins
Reporting and Fees
Get information on annual groundwater extraction reporting requirements and related feesReporting and Fees Information
More Information and Resources
Access helpful links and materials including fact sheets and State Water Board comment lettersAccess More Resources
Access our calendar of public meetingsCalendar of Public Meetings
- Call 916-322-6508
- Email SGMA@waterboards.ca.gov
Any plaintiff seeking a comprehensive groundwater adjudication should provide notice of the adjudication to the State Water Resources Control Board as required by California Code of Civil Procedure section 835, subdivision (a)(6).
The State Water Resources Control Board requests that notice be provided to all the following persons. Notice by electronic mail is preferred:
Michael A.M. Lauffer, Chief Counsel
Tina Cannon Leahy, Senior Staff Counsel
David Rose, Senior Staff Counsel
Amanda Pearson, Senior Staff Counsel
State Water Resources Control Board
Office of Chief Counsel
1001 I Street, 22nd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
For service of any pleading naming the State Water Resources Control Board, please also follow the electronic service of process guidelines at the California State Water Resources Control Board Laws & Regulations.
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Language Access Services
The State Water Board provides interpretation and translation services in any language at no cost to you.
- Language interpretation for public meetings, workshops, and meetings with Water Board staff.
- Written translation of documents including comment letters, fact sheets, and more.
To request these services, please complete the Language Access Form by clicking on the "Request Language Services" button below.
The form is available in English, Español (Spanish), Tagalog, 中文 (Simplified Chinese), 한국인 (Korean), Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese), ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (Punjabi).