At its July 18, 2013 meeting the SOC WMA Executive Committee, comprising of an elected official from each of the member organizations, voted to adopt the 2013 IRWM Final Plan. The 2013 IRWM Final Plan developed objectives, strategies, and implementation projects to achieve five goals in an integrated fashion: improving water quality, integrating flood management, increasing water supply and reliability, promoting water use efficiency, and protecting natural resources. Strategies covered topics such as flood management; urban runoff management; watershed management; water use efficiency; water supply and reliability; recycled water; habitat preservation, conservation, and restoration; water quality protection and improvement; and resource stewardship. Adoption of the 2013 IRWM Plan, however, does not commit any WMA member to any of the specific projects but rather establishes a planning framework to look at a range of projects on a watershed level. The individual sections of the 2013 Final Approved IRWM Plan can be accessed below.
South OC WMA Integrated Regional Watershed Management Plan
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