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IRWM Grant Program Legislation

November 2014 - California voters pass Proposition 1, the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014, which provides $510,000,000 (PRC §79700-79798) for IRWM Planning and Implementation.

CWC Division 26.7. Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014
IRWM appropriations in Chapter 7

Chapter Title Section
Chapter 1. Short Title 79700
Chapter 2. Findings 79701
Chapter 3. Definitions 79702
Chapter 4. General Provisions 79703-79716
Chapter 5. Clean, Safe and Reliable Drinking Water 79720-79725
Chapter 6. Protecting Rivers, Lakes, Streams, Coastal Water, and Watersheds 79730-79738
Chapter 7. Regional Water Security, Climate, and Drought Preparedness 79740-79748
Chapter 8. Statewide Water System Operational Improvement and Drought Preparedness 79750-79760
Chapter 9. Water Recycling 79765-79768
Chapter 10. Groundwater Sustainability 79770-79775
Chapter 11. Flood Management 79780-79781
Chapter 12. Fiscal Provisions 79785-79798

November 2006 - California voters pass Proposition 84, the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality, and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act, which provides $1,000,000,000 (PRC §75001-75130) for IRWM Planning and Implementation.

PRC Division 43. The Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006
Proposition 84: Chapter 2. Integrated Regional Water Management

Chapter Title Section
Chapter 1. General Provisions 75001-75009
Chapter 2. Safe Drinking Water and Water Quality Projects 75020-75029.5
Chapter 3. Flood Control 75030-75034
Chapter 4. Statewide Water Planning and Design 75041
Chapter 5. Protection of Rivers, Lakes and Streams 75050-75050.4
Chapter 6. Forest and Wildlife Conservation 75055
Chapter 7. Protection of Beaches, Bays and Coastal Water 75060
Chapter 8. Parks and Nature Education Facilities 75063
Chapter 9. Sustainable Communities and Climate Change Reduction 75065-75066
Chapter 10. Miscellaneous Provisions 75070-75079
Chapter 11. Fiscal Provisions 75080-75090
Chapter 12. Implementation Provisions 75100-75104
Chapter 13. Strategic Growth Council and Climate Change 75120-75130

November 2006 - California voters pass Proposition 1E the Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act, which provides $300,000,000 (PRC §5096.800-5096.967) for IRWM Stormwater Flood Management.

PRC Division 5. Parks and Monuments
Chapter 1.699. Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act of 2006

Article Title Section
Article 1. General Provisions 5096.800
Article 2. Definitions 5096.805
Article 3. Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Fund of 2006 5096.806
Article 4. Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Program 5096.820-5096.830
Article16. Program Expenditures 5096.953-5096.955
Article 17. Fiscal Provisions 5096.955-5096.968

November 2002 - California voters pass Proposition 50, the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Act of 2002, which provides $500,000,000 (CWC §79560-79565) to fund competitive grants for projects consistent with an adopted IRWM plan.

Chapter 8. Integrated Regional Water Management
CWC Division 26.5. Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Act of 2002

Chapter Title Section
Chapter 1. General Provisions 79500-79509
Chapter 2. The Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002 79510-79512
Chapter 3. Water Security 79520-79522
Chapter 4. Safe Drinking Water 79530-34
Chapter 5. Clean Water and Water Quality 79540-79544
Chapter 6. Contaminant and Salt Removal Technologies 79545-79547.2
Chapter 7. CALFED Bay-Delta Program 79550-79555
Chapter 8. Integrated Regional Water Management 79560-79565
Chapter 9. Colorado River 79567-79568
Chapter 10. Coastal Watershed and Wetland Protection 79570-79573
Chapter 10.5 Reporting 79575
Chapter 11. Fiscal Provisions 79500-79509
  • Summary of Water Security, Clean Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Act of 2002 as amended - February 2004 [PDF] (51 KB)
  • Proposition 50 - Full Text, annotated with implementing statues [PDF] (123 KB)

2002 - Senate Bill 1672 creates the Integrated Regional Water Management Act to encourage local agencies to work cooperatively to manage local and imported water supplies to improve quality, quantity, and reliability.

CWC Division 6. Conservation, Development, and Utilization of State Water Resources
Part 2.2 Integrated Regional Water Management Plans

Chapter Title Section
Chapter 1. Short Title 10530
Chapter 2. Legislative Findings and Declaration 10531-10531.5
Chapter 3. Definitions 10532-10539
Chapter 4. Integrated Regional Water Management Plans 10540-10543
Chapter 5. Funding for Qualified Projects and Programs 10544-10547
Chapter 6. Miscellaneous 10548-10550