Drought Reporting Compliance & Public Notification 060524


Event Date & Time

6/5/2024 8:30 AM - 6/5/2024 3:30 PM


Hampton Inn & Suites Napa
945 Hartle Court
Napa, California 94559

Drought Reporting Compliance and Public Notification


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Date & Time:

The Drought Reporting Compliance & Public Notification training will be held on the following date and time:

June 5 8:30AM-3:30PM 

This training is being held in Pacific Time.


As California grapples with the challenges of prolonged droughts, it’s crucial for water utilities to understand the legal requirements and best practices for drought reporting, as well as, communicating with the public. This training will touch on the requirements and deadlines (including but not limited to Water Code Section 10609.61), how to meet those requirements, and how to communicate the results with the public. Participants will learn:

Participants will learn:

·        How to stay compliant and fulfill drought reporting requirements

·        Data required and tips on collecting related information

·        Best practices for notifying and engaging with the community, media, and local stakeholders

·        How to contribute to proactive drought management efforts


Target Audience: board members, managers, operators, and other utility staff.



This training will be hosted at the following address:

Hampton Inn & Suites Napa

945 Hartle Court

Napa, California 94559

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Scholarship & Fees:

Drought Reporting Compliance & Public Notification is a free training to attend.




Please register on this page.


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