Advisory Water Commission

The Advisory Water Commission represents the varied water interests of San Joaquin County.  The purpose of the Commission is to study and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors of the San Joaquin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District regarding flood control, drainage, water distribution, underground water conditions, water pollution, water supply needs, water exportation, supplemental water supplies, salinity control, water rights, recreation, State and Federal water activities and policies, water quality, and other water conservation & flood control activities. 

 

Membership

 

The Commission consists of 19 members representing the cities, irrigation districts, delta water agencies, unorganized areas of San  Joaquin County, environmental interests, and the public at-large.  A designee from each of the following may also serve as Ex-Officio Members: San Joaquin County Counsel's Office, San Joaquin County Department of Public Works, and the California Water Service Company.  For more information, please refer to the Board of Supervisors Advisory Water Commission Committee Fact Sheet or the Current Commission Roster.

 

Meetings

 

     Agendas and Minutes

 

        When:     Every third Wednesday of each month

        Time:      1:00 pm

        Where:    San Joaquin County

                        Public Health Department Conference Room

                        1601 E Hazelton Ave

                        Stockton, California 95205

 

Contact

 

To be added to the Advisory Water Commission mailing list or to request information regarding the activities of the Commission, please contact:

 

Cynthia Madrid

(209) 468-3073

cmadrid@sjgov.org