Fillmore and Piru Basins Groundwater Sustainability Agency is a joint powers authority comprised of the following three local public agencies: United Water Conservation District (United), County of Ventura (District), and City of Fillmore (City), hereinafter jointly called Agencies. The boundaries of these agencies and the newly formed Fillmore and Piru Basins Groundwater Sustainability Agency are shown on the map uploaded below. United is authorized under the California Water Code to conduct water resource investigations, acquire water rights, build facilities to store and recharge water, construct wells and pipelines for water deliveries, commence actions involving water rights and water use, and prevent interference with or diminution of stream/river flows and their associated natural subterranean supply of water (California Water Code, section 74500 et al.). The County of Ventura exercises water management and land use authority on land overlying the entire county including Fillmore and Piru Basins. The City of Fillmore is a local municipality that exercises water supply, water management, and land use authority within the city’s boundaries.
About Fillmore & Piru Basins Groundwater Sustainability Agency
October 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm