6000 College Town Drive Sacramento
REGISTRATION IS AT CAPACITY.
A workshop has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 9, 2020 from 10 AM – 4 PM at the Sacramento State Harper Alumni Center; 6000 College Town Drive; Sacramento, CA 95826
The purpose of the workshop is to convene urban water suppliers and interested parties to:
- Present information regarding the new requirement to conduct an annual water supply and demand assessment pursuant to Senate Bill 606.
- Work closely with other professionals and brainstorm best practices on how to conduct a supply and demand assessment (WSDA).
- Provide a forum for participants to give their perspective and experience to DWR to inform the development of WSDA guidance.
WORKSHOP INFORMATION: The workshop will incorporate targeted presentations by water suppliers discussing challenges and successes they’ve experienced in assessing their water supplies. Facilitated round table discussions will allow all participants to discuss their challenges with peers and mutually learn and share with each other. DWR will take all participant feedback and use it to prepare the upcoming guidance document to support water suppliers throughout the State.
Lunch option (for fee) with registration closes March 1.
Please note: Registration does NOT include lunch. Lunch is available through registration for a fee. Or you can bring your own lunch. Workshop continues through lunch and the facility is located far from fast and accessible eateries.
- Please note: Registration includes three questions to help DWR structure this workshop to be most informative and beneficial to you as a participant.
- For any content-related questions, please contact the project lead Nancy King at Nancy.King@water.ca.gov.
- For any logistical or administrative questions, please contact James Campagna at James.Campagna@water.ca.gov.
PARKING INFORMATION: Please note a parking permit is required to be displayed while parked on campus. You can purchase a daily pass for $7 at the permit machine in the Alumni Center parking lot, or from machines located in any of the student parking lots/structures.