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  • District has primary jurisdiction and/or responsibility.
  • District partners, collaborates and/or coordinates with other agencies, groups and organizations.
  • District provides technical information and/or serves as advocate.
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ROLESTRATEGIES
District Advocates
E-2.1.1.1: Implement groundwater protection and monitoring. (P,C,T)
District Advocates
E-2.1.1.2: Work with regulatory and land use planning agencies to protect recharge areas and to minimize impacts to groundwater quality. (P,C,T)
District Advocates
E-2.1.1.3: Maintain groundwater levels and flow gradients so as to minimize salt water intrusion and land subsidence.
District Advocates
E-2.1.4.1: Aggressively pursue the Delta solution.
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-2.1.6.1: District conservation programs, projects and activities are implemented consistent with the most recent update of the District’s Urban Water Management Plan. (P)
District Advocates
E-2.1.6.2: Water conservation and water use efficiency are promoted through District incentives, disincentive and in partnership and collaboration with local land-use entities to the maximum practical extent. (P,C,T)
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-2.2.1.1: E-2.2.2.1. Due to potential negative environmental and operational impacts of surface water usage, no new turnouts on District raw water transmission pipelines will be permitted unless determined by the District to have a positive impact on overall system operations or water supply reliability. (P)
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-2.2.1.2: Due to potential negative environmental and operational impacts of surface water usage, any expansion of surface water use at existing District raw water turnouts will not be permitted unless determined by the District to have a positive impact on overall system operations or water supply reliability. (P)
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-2.3.1.1: There shall be no water quality regulatory standards violations.
District Advocates
E-2.3.2.1: Update and implement the Infrastructure Reliability Program to reduce system outage time following natural disasters.
District Collaborates
E-2.3.2.2: Partner with other similar utilities for mutual aid support following emergencies.
District Advocates
E-2.3.3.1: Maintain a rating of good to excellent on treated water retailer annual survey.
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-3.1.1.1: Prepare and implement a multi-year Capital Improvement Plan for flood protection projects. (P)
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-3.1.1.2: Identify existing stream conditions and stream characteristics and implement practical solutions where appropriate, to improve stream stability and its dynamic equilibrium. (P)
District Advocates
E-3.1.1.3: Provide technical advice and, if appropriate, work with municipalities to manage stormwater to address stream flooding and environmental benefits. (T)
District Advocates
E-3.1.1.4: Develop and provide technical advice on the design of floodplains and channels that incorporates the physical and dynamic equilibrium of streams. (P and T)
District Has Primary Jurisdiction
E-3.1.2.1: Maintain the design floodwater conveyance capacities within District-owned channels. (P)
District Advocates
E-3.1.2.2: Support and promote land use decisions to maintain stream capacity. (T)
District Advocates
E-3.1.2.3: Advocate flood conveyance capacity is maintained on non-district owned channels. (T)
District Collaborates
E-3.2.1.1: Provide flood frequency and forecast services. (C)
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