November Virtual Town Hall
Virtual Town Hall November 9, 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Join us for the upcoming Virtual Town Hall to learn about the final Draft Solano Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) and how to provide your input prior to the GSP submission to the California Department of Water Resources in January 2022.

Landing Slide

Your local agencies are developing a Groundwater Sustainability Plan for the Solano Subbasin. Explore this site to learn more about groundwater basics and how to participate in local planning efforts.

Groundwater — always.
Ensure your water needs are understood —
Draft GSP Sections Review

Sections 5 and 8 of the Solano Subbasin GSP are now available for public review and comment. As the plan is developed, more sections will become available to the public. Learn more here!

What is the Sustainable Groundwater managament Act (SGMA)?

The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act was developed to ensure long-term sustainability of California's groundwater resources. Learn more.

How do I get involved?

Learn more about how to participate in your local groundwater planning processes.

What is GW?
Solano Subbasin Drinking Water Forum

During this event, we addressed issues related to local drinking water, its connection with the sustainability of groundwater and the ration with the the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). Watch the recording here.

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Do you work, live or play in the Solano Subbasin?



Groundwater in the Solano Subbasin

There’s a chance you may depend on groundwater from the Solano Subbasin if you live or work in eastern Solano County or the western Delta region. In this video, explore the Solano subbasin and what role you can play in protecting its groundwater sources for today and future generations.

Groundwater Virtual Learning

 In the fall of 2020, the Solano Resource Conservation District (SRCD) provided virtual groundwater-themed lessons to 22 fifth and sixth-grade classes in schools across eastern Vacaville, Dixon, and Rio Vista. A total of 642 students participated in virtual pre-lessons, lessons, and post-lesson activities. Each component of these lessons was intended to build the students’ understanding of the Solano subbasin and promote groundwater stewardship. Here is a sample post-lesson video created by Aria, a 5th-grade student from Vacaville.

Participation Toolkit

Find more resources & learn more!

Find your local Groundwater Sustainability Agency

Visit and subscribe to the Solano Collaborative site!

Provide information about your water needs!

Identify possible projects ideas in your community!


Upcoming Events

Solano Subbasin Virtual Town Hall Meeting

Date: August 25th
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Register Here!