OUTREACH MATERIALS

FACT SHEETS
February 28, 2017
CALIFORNIA WATERFIX: SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS AND NEXT STEPS

Progress Report

California WaterFix is the state’s plan to upgrade outdated infrastructure in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta) to secure California’s water supplies and improve the Delta’s ecosystem. Over the last ten years the project has made significant progress, with 2016 marking completion of the environmental review documents.

December 22, 2016
CALIFORNIA WATERFIX: MOVING TOWARD ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW PROCESS COMPLETION

Final EIR/EIS Fact Sheet

The WaterFix planning process began in 2006, initially proposed as the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP). State and federal agencies proposed updating the State Water Project (SWP) by adding new points of diversion in the north Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta).

December 08, 2016
Delta Dependency Map

Millions of Californians Rely on Imported Water

More than 25 million Californians rely on water that comes from the Sierra Nevada Mountains and then travels through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta). This map provides a glimpse into some of the urban communities that depend on this water.

FAQS
July 17, 2015
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Informational Summary

A brief compilation of answers to frequently asked questions regarding the project.

VIDEOS
January 20, 2016
CALIFORNIA WATERFIX TUNNELS VIDEO

Tunnels Video

July 09, 2015
CA WATERFIX CONVEYANCE OPERATION ANIMATIONS

CA WATERFIX ANIMATIONS

New visual animations explore several topics including the proposed California WaterFix intake facilities and Clifton Court Forebay Pumping Plant.