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CALFED, Program Assessment Program Assessment Bureau of Reclamation: California Federal Bay-Delta (CALFED) - This federal-state-local program aims to improve long-term management of the water and ecosystems of California's Central Valley, focusing on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The program studies, monitors, and implements actions to improve water quality, water supply, ecosystem health, and levee stability. Program Assessment Program View Assessment Details Bureau of Reclamation: California Federal Bay-Delta (CALFED) This federal-state-local program aims to improve long-term management of the water and ecosystems of California's Central Valley, focusing on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The program studies, monitors, and implements actions to improve water quality, water supply, ecosystem health, and levee stability. Bureau of Reclamation: California Federal Bay-Delta (CALFED) This federal-state-local program aims to improve long-term management of the water and ecosystems of California's Central Valley, focusing on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The program studies, monitors, and implements actions to improve water quality, water supply, ecosystem health, and levee stability.
California Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC) California Urban Water Conservation Council CUWCC (Watershare)
CalSim II CalSim Models CalSim is a tool used to quantify proposed changes to the Central Valley Project (CVP). This is accomplished through the application of computer simulations (models) of the storage and conveyance of water in the network (system) of reservoir and conveyance of the CVP and State Water Project (SWP)
Central Valley Project (CVP) Main website for the CVP - The Central Valley Project (CVP) was originally conceived as a State project to protect the Central Valley from crippling water shortages and devastating floods. The basic concept and facilities of today's massive project were included in the State Water Project formulated in the 1930's. In the depression era, however, the State was unable to finance the project. Most of the water development envisioned by the State was accomplished by the Federal CVP, beginning with its initial authorization in 1935. Work began in 1937 with the Contra Costa Canal which began delivering water in 1940. The next facility built was Shasta Dam, the keystone of the project. Work on the dam began in 1938, and water storage started even before its completion in 1945. Congress subsequently passed 13 separate measures to authorize the development of other major project facilities over the next 3 decades. The final dam, New Melones, was completed in 1979.
Central Valley System-wide water Management Program Trifold information and invitation for participation for a joint technical investigation - Natural Heritage Institute
Chiloquin Dam Fish Passage Chiloquin Dam Fish Passage Project - Includes links to the various environmental documents
Circulars Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Circulars in numerical sequence
Clear Lake Dam Modification Project KBAO - Clear Lake Dam Modification Project - Website Includes links to the Environmental Documents
Commercial Use Commercial use of public lands and property. The following information applies to the Mid-Pacific Region for commercial photography and filming on Reclamation lands and waters.
Construction Construction and contracting information
Contract Renewals Sacramento River Settlement Contractors - Renewal Contract Effort
Contracts, Contracting & Grants Contracts, Contracting and Grants
CVHJV, CVJV The Central Valley Joint Venture (CVJV), one of thirteen North American Waterfowl Management Plan Joint Ventures, is a public-private partnership of 17 agencies and conservation organizations. Our mission is to protect, restore, and enhance migratory bird habitat in the Central Valley watershed of California.
CVO Central Valley Operations Office (CVO) - homepage featuring any and all water operations within the Mid-Pacific Region. Reports, Flows, reservoir data, water supply etc.
CVP American River Division Auburn-Folsom South Unit The American River Division consists of the Folsom, Sly Park, and Auburn-Folsom South Units. The division is about midway between the northern and southern extremes of the Central Valley in Sacramento, San Joaquin, Placer, and El Dorado Counties. Division lands stretch from Sugar Pine Dam in the north to Stockton in the south. Most lands served by the Division lie in the southern portion of the Division, between Sacramento and Stockton. The Auburn-Folsom South Unit of the Central Valley Project was designed to provide a new and supplemental water supply for irrigation and municipal and industrial needs and to alleviate the badly depleted groundwater conditions in the Folsom South service area. The primary feature of the unit was to be the Auburn Dam, Powerplant, and Reservoir, located on the American River, near the town of Auburn, about 40 miles northeast of Sacramento.
CVP American River Division Folsom and Sly Park Units Originally authorized in 1944 as a 355,000 acre-feet flood control unit, Folsom Dam was reauthorized in 1949 as a 1,000,000 acre-feet multiple-purpose facility. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers constructed Folsom Dam and transferred it to Reclamation for coordinated operation as an integral part of the Central Valley Project. Construction of the dam began in October 1948 and was completed in May 1956. Water was first stored in February 1955.
CVP Cost Allocation Study CVP Cost Allocation Study including water rates
CVP Financial Information CVP Financial Information including water rates and the complete process. See the current water rate books.
CVP Hydropower Production CVP Hydropower Product - Reclamation's Mid-Pacific Region has eleven hydroelectric powerplants in the Central Valley Project (CVP) with a maximum operation capability of 2,100 megawatts (MW) when all reservoirs are at their fullest. The power generated from these plants helps California meet its energy needs and assists the economy.
CVP Shasta/Trinity River Divisions Project The Shasta and Trinity River Divisions catch the headwaters of the network of Central Valley Project waterways and channel the water southward. Both divisions are part of the Central Valley Project. They are close to each another, with the Shasta Division on the Sacramento River about 10 miles north of Redding and the TrinityRiver Division on the Trinity River about 25 miles northwest of Redding. Surplus water from the Trinity River Basin is stored, regulated, and diverted through a system of dams, reservoirs, tunnels, and powerplants into the Sacramento River for use in water-deficient areas of the Central Valley Basin. Water is used for irrigation, power generation, navigation flows, environmental and wildlife conservation, and municipal and industrial needs.
CVPCP Central Valley Project Conservation Program (CVPCP)
CVPIA Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) In one of its last actions of the session, the 102nd Congress passed multipurpose water legislation which was signed into law October 30, 1992. Previously referred to as H.R. 429, Public Law 102-575 contains 40 separate titles providing for water resource project throughout the West.
CVPIA 3404(c) Renewal of Existing Long-Term Contracts - 3404(c) CVPIA Contract Renewal Process - In accordance with Section 3404(c) of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA), Reclamation will negotiate long-term water service contracts.
CVPIA 3405(a) 3405(a) Water Transfers This site is made available to provide information related to transfers of Central Valley Project water and implementation of the water transfers provisions of Section 3405(a) of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) (Title 34 of Public Law 102-575).
CVPIA 3405(e) WaterShare, the Mid-Pacific Region's virtual water conservation center. At this site you'll find technical advice for professional water managers; water wise gardens of California; and activities for students K-12 to learn about water conservation.
CVPIA 3406(b)(1) Anadromous Fish Restoration Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(1) San Joaquin River Riparian Habitat Restoration Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(1) Other CVP Mitigation, including Endangered Species
CVPIA 3406(b)(10) Red Bluff Diversion Dam Fish Passages
CVPIA 3406(b)(11) Coleman National Fish Hatchery Rehabilitation
CVPIA 3406(b)(12) Clear Creek Fishery Restoration Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(13) Riparian Habitat Protection Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(13) Spawning Gravel Replenishment Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(14) Delta Cross Channel And Georgiana Slough Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(15) Old River Seasonal Barrier
CVPIA 3406(b)(16) Comprehensive Assessment and Monitoring Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(17) ACID Fish Passage Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(19) Shasta and Trinity Carryover Storage
CVPIA 3406(b)(2) Upon enactment of this title dedicate and manage annually 800,000 acre-feet of Central Valley Project yield for the primary purpose of implementing the fish, wildlife, and habitat restoration purposes and measures authorized by this title. More?
CVPIA 3406(b)(20) GCID Pumping Plant Mitigation Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(21) Anadromous Fish Screening Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(22) Incentive Program for Flooded Agricultural Fields
CVPIA 3406(b)(3) The Water Acquisition Program is a joint effort by the Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to acquire water supplies to meet the habitat restoration and enhancement goals of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act and to improve the Department of the Interior's ability to meet regulatory water quality requirements.
CVPIA 3406(b)(4) Tracy Pumping Plant Mitigation Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(5) Contra Costa Pumping Plant Mitigation Program
CVPIA 3406(b)(9) Eliminate Flow Fluctuation Losses
CVPIA 3406(d) As part of Section 3406(d) of the CVPIA, "Central Valley Refuges And Wildlife Habitat Areas", Reclamation is negotiating for long-term water supply contracts/agreements with the California Department of Fish and Game, Grasslands Water District (representing the Grassland Resource Conservation District), and memoranda of understanding (MOU's) with the Fish and Wildlife Service.
CVPIA 3406(d)(1-2) Refuge Water Supplies (Level 2 and Level 4)
CVPIA 3406(d)(5) Conveyance Facilities for Refuges
CVPIA 3406(d)(6) Water Supply Investigations for Private Wetlands and Centeral Valley Habitat Joint Venture
CVPIA 3406(g) Ecosystem and Water System Operations Models.-- to develop readily usable and broadly available models and supporting data to evaluate the ecologic and hydrologic effects of existing and alternative operations of public and private water facilities and systems in the Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Trinity River watersheds?
CVPIA 3408(h) The Land Retirement Program - The San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program, established in 1984, combined federal and state efforts to investigate drainage issues in the Valley, and to identify possible strategies for addressing these issues. More?
CVPIA 3408(i) Water Conservation Projects
CVPIA 3807 Restoration Fund
CVPIA Annual Work Plans CVPIA Annual Work Plans - see the draft annual work plans for the past and future.
CVPIA Implementation The Central Valley Project Improvement Act (Title 34) CVPIA Implimentation main project and activity oriented website
CVPIA Title 34 (Homepage) Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) Home Page
CVPIA Title 34 of Public Law 102-575 The Complete Central Valley Project Improvement Act CVPIA Title 34 of Public Law 102-575
CVPIA, Program Assessment This program carries out activities to protect, restore, and enhance fish, wildlife, and associated habitat in California's Central Valley.

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