"To plan, develop, and manage the conjunctive use of the District's surface and groundwater resources to provide a safe and reliable water supply at a reasonable cost, and to sustain the socioeconomic and environmental well-being of Yolo County."
No Power at Indian Valley Campsites
Campers should be aware that there is no power at the campsites.
As a reminder, quagga mussel screenings are required before launching a boat (except for car-top type boats, which are exempt). Also, there is absolutely no discharge of firearms on District property. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Reed at the District office.
Mussel screening locations and hours can be found here.
Water Conditions: Current Lake Levels
For the most recent data regarding lake levels, click on the links below. (The following links will take you to the USGS website. Information is updated hourly)
The link below to the USGS website displays a graph of the high and low lake elevations on Clear Lake for the past thirty years. Once on the USGS website, you can change the date to graph data going back to 1913.
The USGS monitors the level of water in Cache Creek at the bridge at several locations below Indian Valley and Cache Creek dams. Click the links below for the most current creek level observations, which will take you to the USGS website.
Information regarding the District's aquatic weed control program and application schedule can be viewed on the Environmental Notices pages, or by clicking HERE.
Water Awareness Student Art Contest
The results of the 2017 Water Awareness Student Art Contest are in! The winners of the contest may be viewed by clickingHERE.
A big thank you to all of the participants and congratulations to the winners!
Indian Valley Campground & Boat Ramp
Quagga Mussel Screenings are required to launch a boat at Indian Valley.$1000 fine for failure to have a screening prior to launch.Screenings are not available at Indian Valley; for screening locations, please click here. (Lake County website link.)
Online Archive for Cache Creek
An online catalogue of documents pertaining to Cache Creek and adjacent areas in Yolo and Lake counties has been made available through the Water Resources Center Archives. Users of the catalogue can locate technical reports, newsletters, maps, photographs and videos regarding Cache Creek. For a link to the Cache Creek catalogue click here.