San Diego Basin Study Public Meeting - Next Week


Join next week's San Diego Basin Study Meeting for stakeholders, where the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department and the Bureau of Reclamation will showcase the analysis results of climate change and water supply projects in the region.

The City of San Diego Public Utilities Department (City) and the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) is holding the San Diego Basin Study (Basin Study) Stakeholder Meeting on Wednesday October 24, 2018.

At this meeting, the technical team will present the results and conclusions of Task 2.4 of the Basin Study, which analyzes how Portfolios of Adaptation Concepts may affect water delivery, energy, recreation, and flood control under conditions of changing climate and water demand. Stakeholders will have an opportunity to discuss and ask questions about the findings.

The Basin Study evaluates the potential climate change impacts on water supplies and demands within the San Diego Integrated Regional Water Management Program planning region and analyzes structural and non-structural concepts within the San Diego Basin that can assist the region in adapting to the uncertainties associated with climate change.

Meeting information:

October 24th, 2018 9 am – 12 pm MOC II Auditorium 9192 Topaz Way, San Diego, CA 92123 Dial in Number: 1 (786) 535‐3211 Access Code: 266‐874‐125 GoToMeeting Access: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/266874125

Download agenda here.

More information on the Basin Study can be found on the website: https://www.usbr.gov/lc/socal/basinstudies/SDBasin.html.

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