The water supply is monitored constantly to allow for planning of releases, wild life impacts and farm irrigations restrictions. All of these factors are considered in the regular operations of the United Water Conservation District.
- Preliminary Evaluation of Impacts of Potential Groundwater Sustainability Indicators on Future Groundwater Extraction Rates – Oxnard Plain and Pleasant Valley Groundwater Basins (‘GSP-Lite’)(April 2017)
- Water Supply Availability Notice for the OH Pipeline System (June 2016)
- 2015 Urban Water Management Plan for Oxnard Hueneme System (FINAL 2016-06-28)
- PTP Users Mtg February 27, 2014 - Powerpoint Presentation
Basin Conditions Report
United staff conducts regular monitoring of groundwater levels throughout the District. The data from this monitoring is used to track trends with respect to depletion and recharge of local groundwater supplies, and it is also used to model the effects of future possible hydrologic conditions. In some cases Basin Management Objectives (BMOs) have been established for a groundwater basin. A BMO is a level at which it is the goal to be at or above at least 50 percent of the time.