The CABY Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWMP) is a planning document that identifies broadly-supported goals, objectives, strategies, actions and projects within the CABY region to address long-term water supply needs, protection of water quality, and enhancement of environmental and habitat resources. The IRWMP, initially informed by the various pre-existing plans in the region, provides an integrated approach to water management across the region’s four watersheds: Consumes; American; Bear; and Yuba (CABY). Based on technical knowledge and endorsed by a united community, the resulting CABY IRWMP actions and projects have significant opportunities to attract local, state and federal grants and other financial support.
CABY has been working to update its 2014 Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWMP) to comply with Department of Water Resources (DWR) Proposition 1 Guidelines set forth in 2016. The Plan Update process is now in the Public Review stage. The Plan Update can be found here. We welcome and encourage your participation in reviewing and providing comments to us.
CABY’s 2014 Plan can be found here.
CABY’s 2007 Plan can be found here.
CABY’s 2021 Plan update can be found here.