Understanding your water use

This survey should take 5-8 minutes to complete.   

Our goal is to understand what kind of water user you are, what your goals and interests are, and how best to get your input on the Solano Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). 

Your answers are anonymous.  Your responses will be themed and grouped with other participant responses, and will help us shape future public input requests for this plan. 

If you have any questions, or would like to submit further comments, you can contact Ag Innovations, the facilitator of the Solano Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Plan, at info@aginnovations.org, or call at 707-823-6111. 

For more information on the Solano Subbasin GSP visit http://www.solanogsp.com/.

Thanks for your time; we welcome your input!

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* 1. What kind of water user are you?   (Solano Subbasin only.  Check all that apply.)

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* 2. How familiar are you with the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)?

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* 3. Who is your Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA)? 
Enter your address on this GSA Map (Department of Water Resources) to find your GSA based on your address.

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* 4. Do you own or manage land in the Solano Subbasin?  

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* 5. If you own or manage land, what is the current land use?  (Check all that apply.)

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* 6. What activities on your land do you plan on pursuing in the next 20 years? (Check all that apply.)

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* 7. What are the top 3 groundwater management goals that are most important to you.  (Pick up to 3)

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* 8. In general, where in the Solano Subbasin do you have concerns about groundwater?  Where are opportunities to replenish groundwater? Please include as much geographical and location specific information as you're comfortable with (including road intersections, landmarks etc). This will help us close any data gaps in the subbasin.  Write your response in the comment box below.  Solano Subbasin GSA Boundaries Map

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