Plans

Colusa Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan Draft Chapters 5-6

On behalf of the Colusa Groundwater Authority (CGA) and Glenn Groundwater Authority (GGA), we are pleased to offer an opportunity to review initial content for several chapters of the pending Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) for the Colusa Subbasin.  The chapters can be found at the following link:

https://westyost-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/p/areimer/EjoqpnAYW8NEpL30LqxpMGgBCAvxIhfoxndh2iOGwuLxhw

The GSP is being prepared as a requirement of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014 (amended 2015). Available at the link above for your review are the following initial GSP chapters in “pdf” format:

  • Chapter 5 – Sustainable Management Criteria
  • Chapter 6 – Projects and Management Actions
  • Appendices 5A-5C
  • Appendices 6A-6D

Please note that this review period is not a formal review for the entire GSP. That will come in approximately September. This initial review period ends at midnight on August 13, 2021 so please respond in a timely manner.

Your input is very important to us. To ensure we have an accurate and consistent account of all comments, we have prepared a standardized comment submission approach. 

Attached with this message is an MS Word document and a pdf file, both titled “Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input”.  The files introduce a table that allows you to easily enter the following key information so we have certainty about your input.  The table includes the following categories:

  • Chapter Number
  • Section Number
  • Page Number
  • Paragraph Number (starting with the first full paragraph at the top of a given page)
  • Figure/Table Number (if applicable)
  • Comment

Please use the following instructions so we capture all your important feedback.

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Please ONLY use the MS Word or PDF document titled “Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input” to submit your comments. 
  1. Review all applicable text and note each Chapter, Section, Page, and Paragraph number associated with a comment you’d like to make. For Paragraph number, please start with the first full paragraph at the top of a given page and count down.
  1. Enter your name and if applicable, an organizational affiliation at the top of your table.
  1. Once you have completed all your comments, please save the file with your last name at the end in parentheses.  For example:
    1. Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input (Jones).docx
  1. If you are located in the GGA, please send your comment file to:
    1. Lisa Hunter – Program Coordinator - Glenn Groundwater Authority: lhunter@countyofglenn.net
  1. If you are located in the CGA, please send your comment file to
    1. Mary Fahey – Program Coordinator - Colusa Groundwater Authority: mfahey@countyofcolusa.com
  1. If you don’t affiliate specifically with either the CGA and/or GGA, please send your comments to both Mary and Lisa.
  1. Please make sure that your comments are submitted by midnight August 13, 2021.

In closing, thank you in advance for dedicating your time to review these materials. Your input is very important to us and we look forward to getting your perspectives on this GSP.  Please contact me with any questions and comments.

Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter 5. Sustainable Management Criteria- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter 6. Projects and Management Actions- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 5A. Process and Rationale for Setting Minimum Thresholds and Measurable Objectives for Groundwater Levels and Depletions of Interconnected Surface Waters- DRAFT 7/16/21

Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 5B. Economic Analysis of Groundwater Level Minimum Thresholds- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 5C. Electrical Conductivity Historical Trends, Minimum Thresholds and Measurable Objectives- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 6A. Surface Water Available for Recharge and Financial Incentives in the Colusa Subbasin- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 6B. Economic Analysis of Demand Management and Conceptual Allocation Approaches- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 6C. Overview of Projects and Management Actions- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Appendix 6D. Development of Modeling Parameters for Simulating Projects and Management Actions in the Colusa Subbasin- DRAFT 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input- Microsoft Word version 7/16/21
Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input- PDF version 7/16/21

2022-2023 CGTCAP Community Action Plan - draft

The Glenn County Community Action Department, the administrative entity of the Colusa-Glenn-Trinity Community Action Partnership and, on behalf of the Counties of Colusa, Glenn, and Trinity, is in process of submitting an updated Community Action Plan (CAP Plan) for the 2022/2023 program years.  The CAP Plan guides service development and delivery for the next two years, based on community and agency input regarding service needs and gaps in the three counties.  We are seeking community input. the Glenn County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 9:05 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the board will allow, at the Glenn County Board of Supervisors’ Chambers, 525 W. Sycamore Street, Willows, California to discuss the Community Action Plan 2022/2023 to address the community priorities of Colusa, Glenn, and Trinity Counties. If you are unable to attend the public hearing, you may direct written comments to the Glenn County Community Action Department, 125 E. Walker Street, Orland, CA 95963, or you may contact Kathryn McDaniel at kmcdaniel@countyofglenn.net.  

Colusa Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan Draft Chapters 1-4

On behalf of the Colusa Groundwater Authority (CGA) and Glenn Groundwater Authority (GGA), we are pleased to offer an opportunity to review initial content for several chapters of the pending Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) for the Colusa Subbasin.  The chapters can be found by clicking on the direct links to each of the chapters below or at the following link:

https://westyost-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/p/areimer/EsZ_8I91tB1Hiy5aRC3VuKkBvrV5kHaKFOSP0DxY1vwuOQ?e=ptLfVq

 The GSP is being prepared as a requirement of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014 (amended 2015). The following initial GSP chapters are available for review in “pdf” format: 

  • Chapter 1 – Introduction and TOC (Table of Contents)
  • Chapter 2 – Plan Area
  • Chapter 3 – Basin Setting
  • Chapter 4 – Monitoring Networks
  • Appendix 1A through 4A

Please note that this review period is not a formal review for the entire GSP. That will come in approximately September. This initial review period ends at midnight on May 5, 2021 so please respond in a timely manner.

Your input is very important to us. To ensure we have an accurate and consistent account of all comments, we have prepared a standardized comment submission approach.   

Attached with this message is an MS Word document and a pdf file, both titled “Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input”.  The files introduce a table that allows you to easily enter the following key information so we have certainty about your input.  The table includes the following categories: 

  • Chapter Number
  • Section Number
  • Page Number
  • Paragraph Number (starting with the first full paragraph at the top of a given page)
  • Figure/Table Number (if applicable)
  • Comment

Please use the following instructions so we capture all your important feedback.

INSTRUCTIONS 

  1. Please ONLY use the MS Word or PDF document titled “Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input” to submit your comments.  
  2. Review all applicable text and note each Chapter, Section, Page, and Paragraph number associated with a comment you’d like to make. For Paragraph number, please start with the first full paragraph at the top of a given page and count down. 
  3. Enter your name and if applicable, an organizational affiliation at the top of your table. 
  4. Once you have completed all your comments, please save the file with your last name at the end in parentheses.  For example:
    1. Colusa Subbasin GSP Chapter Input (Jones).docx 
  5. If you are located in the Glenn Groundwater Authority, please send your comment file to:
    1. Lisa Hunter – Program Manager - Glenn Groundwater Authority: lhunter@countyofglenn.net 
  6. If you are located in the Colusa Groundwater Authority, please send your comment file to
    1. Mary Fahey – Program Manager - Colusa Groundwater Authority: mfahey@countyofcolusa.com 
  7. If you don’t affiliate specifically with either the CGA and/or GGA, please send your comments to both Mary and Lisa. 
  8. Please make sure that your comments are submitted by midnight May 5, 2021. 

In closing, thank you in advance for dedicating your time to review these materials. Your input is very important to us and we look forward to getting your perspectives on this GSP. 

Colusa-Glenn-Trinity Community Action Partnership Bylaws

2020 Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) Grant Plan and Applications - Glenn County, City of Orland, and City of Willows

Glenn County COVID-19 Recovery & Reopening Plan

Glenn County Plan to End Homelessness (published July 2019)

The County of Glenn, through its Community Action Department (CAD), in partnership with the Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), has commissioned this 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness (the “Plan”) for the purpose of laying out a focused and practical strategy for addressing the issue of homelessness in Glenn County. The Plan addresses the unique challenges and needs of those who are homeless in Glenn County, a small, rural county with limited resources. 

Glenn County Economic Development Strategy 2019-2022

Glenn County created an economic development strategy in 2013 involving the engagement of many stakeholders to provide input to direction and actions. The strategy focus was on the county’s unique agricultural base.

Economic development strategies are typically updated every 3-5 years to adjust actions and tactics to the changing economic trends, opportunities and challenges. The purpose of this update is to report outcomes and reset, if needed, strategic initiatives.

The progress that has been made in economic development in Glenn County has far exceeded the 2013 expectations. The 2013 strategy engagement of stakeholders provided great focus, but implementation would be a challenge under the committee/team/volunteer structure that existed. That changed in 2016 when a director was hired. Health & Human Services Agency found resources for a position to move the strategy forward. Section 1.0 provides a deeper 2013-2018 overview.

For more details, please see attached document. 

County of Glenn Marketing Plan 2019

This document sets forth the municipal marketing plan for the County of Glenn, California (“County”). The purpose of this document is to provide the basis for the County to implement a corporate Sponsorship and Marketing Plan (“Program”). The objective of this Program will be to generate recurring, long-term incremental revenues as well as savings on the purchases of goods and services by means of County partnerships with private enterprises.

Glenn County Economic Development Strategy 2013

Leveraging Glenn County’s Natural Assets to Create Economic Growth

Glenn County Economic Development Strategy Project Glenn County received a State of California Housing & Community Development, CDBG Economic Development Grant to retain a consultant to assist Glenn County with an economic development strategy which would improve upon the County’s economic development efforts and processes in a coordinated effort and focus on the county’s key asset – the agricultural base.

For more details, please see attached document.