Water Wrights Logo

Digital Marketing Services

Friant Water Authority Open House 4pm Wednesday August 28th

WaterWrights Digital Marketing Services

JOBS/HELP WANTED

friantwater.org

854 N. Harvard Ave.

Lindsay, CA 93247

1121 L St., Suite 610

Sacramento, CA 95814

(559) 562-6305

Friant-Kern Canal Capacity Correction Project

Reminder: Landowner Open House Meetings

Friant Water Authority (FWA) cordially invites landowners with properties along the Friant-Kern Canal (FKC) between Avenue 5 in Tulare County and Lake Woollomes in Kern County to attend any of two open house meetings scheduled for late August in Delano and Porterville. These meetings will provide an overview of the FKC Capacity Correction Project (Project), an effort led by FWA and the Bureau of Reclamation. The Project is a multi-year effort to restore full conveyance capacity to the FKC, a 152-mile-long canal constructed in the 1950s as part of the Friant Division of the Central Valley Project. The facility has experienced a 60 percent decline in conveyance capacity due to land subsidence.

While the meeting is focused on the Project’s potential impacts to adjacent landowners, all residents and businesses surrounding the FKC or that rely on water conveyed by the FKC are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be provided.

Please visit https://friantwater.org/projects for more information.

Please visit www.tinyurl.com/friantkern to receive Project updates by email.

Wednesday, August 28

4 pm – 6 pm

Porterville Fairgrounds

2700 W. Teapot Dome Ave., Porterville, CA

Open House Agenda

Open House: 4 – 4:30 p.m.

Presentation: 4:30 – 5:10 p.m.

About the CVP-Friant Division and Friant Water Authority

  • History of the Friant-Kern Canal (FKC), and operation and maintenance responsibilities of Friant Water

Authority

  • Agricultural, municipal and industrial customers, and the economies served by the FKC

An Imperiled Valley Asset

  • Original design and historical view of facility repairs linked to prior land subsidence
  • Existing conditions of the FKC and flow projections based on current data

Capacity Correction Project Overview

  • Project design and status, including initial alternatives
  • Project schedule and next steps

Landowner Involvement and Coordination

  • Future Project environmental scoping meetings
  • Review of anticipated Project field studies and investigations on the FKC and adjoining properties
  • Process to request access and Right-of-Entry Agreements

Questions and Answers / Open House: 5:10 – 6 p.m.

Get Our Latest Water News Delivered To Your InBox

Subscribe today to be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

We respect your privacy and value your readership. We will never sell your information to 3rd parties.

RECENT NEWS

Madera County Farmers Won’t Pay $246 per Acre, For Now December 7, 2022

By Taisto Smith On September 13, 2022 the Valley Groundwater...

San Luis Delta Mendota Water Authority December 8, 2022

By Don A. Wright The San Luis Delta Mendota Water...

Kaweah Delta Water Conservation District December 6, 2022

By Don A. Wright The Kaweah Delta Water Conservation District...

Regional Board’s Racist Equity Resolution December 2022

The following is the Central California Regional Waste Water...

Tom Birmingham; Reflections on Westlands December 5, 2022

By Don A. Wright Fortunes are made and lost on...