Water

KRCD works to  preserve this valuable local resource for today and tomorrow.

Energy

KRCD is dedicated to improving the reliability and stability of the regional electrical system.

Environment

KRCD balances resource management with stewardship of the Kings River ecosystem.

Board Meeting April 14, 2020

Date: April 14, 2020 – Tuesday
Time: 1:30 P.M.
Location: Web or Teleconference via ZOOM
ZOOM Link: https://zoom.us/j/827884260
ZOOM Call-In: +1 669 900 6833 ; Meeting ID 827-884-260

The Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Kings River Conservation District is to be held  via ZOOM Web/Teleconference. As a result of the COVID-19 emergency and the Governor’s Executive Orders N-29-20 and N-33-20, this meeting will occur solely via remote presence by video and teleconference. There will not be a physical public access location. The District is conducting the meeting in this manner to protect public health by avoiding public gatherings and requiring social distancing.

KRCD Board of Directors

Check out watershed tour highlights – we stopped and heard from beneficial users of our water resources.


Our exceptional Flood Control team's morning brief looks a bit different these days. They've moved the meeting outside, preparing for the day by practicing #socialdistancing. As they go out to maintain Kings River levees #somethingsneverchange https://t.co/Uyv19VFuKK kingsrivercd photo

Kings River Conservation District’s Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As you are aware, the COVID-19 virus has created a significant health and safety concern. KRCD is doing our part to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 to protect staff, their family and the general public, while remaining open to maintain essential services.

KRCD E-Newsletter

Keep informed on latest Kings River water conditions, current activities in the region regarding SGMA (Sustainable Groundwater Management Act) and other news relevant to water management for the farms and cities in our Central Valley Region.

AgLine

The AgLine information system provides crop water use information for the Kings River service area. Information provided for each crop includes crop water use for the past 7 days, predicted water use for the next 7 days, and total crop water use season to date.

These numbers, updated weekly, can be used to assist growers in irrigation management decisions. AgLine includes crop water use data for 31 cropping cases.

Request for Proposals

There are no open RFPs at this time

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