"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."
July 2, 2015.
Water Allocations Have Been Revised
Due to heavier than anticipated water losses, the water allocation for eligible District customers has been revised downward from 0.53 to 0.40 acre-feet per acre of land registered to receive District water. District staff regrets the necessity of of this revision which is effective immediately.
Due to the Independence Day Holiday, the next water allocation will be posted on Monday, July 6th.
You may access your water allocation balance by clickingHERE.
Indian Valley Campground Remains Closed
Campground facilities at Indian Valley remain closed due to the continued low water conditions at the reservoir.
Campers who want to enjoy the Walker Ridge area can still use the Bureau of Land Management's Blue Oaks Campground, located approximately 1.5 miles from Indian Valley dam.
The staff regrets any inconvenience that this may cause, and we look forward to reopening the facility when water conditions improve. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Reed at the District office.
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 California Dept. of Water Resources monitors the level of water in Cache Creek at the bridge in Rumsey, California. For the most current creek level observation click here. (This will take you to the California/Nevada River Forecast Center website.)
The District has created photo albums to document and share events as they occur. To view these web albums click here.
Watch six weeks of Capay Dam construction in about a minute!
Yolo County Flood Control &
Water Conservation District
34274 State Highway 16
Woodland, CA 95695-9371
Indian Valley Campground & Boat Ramp-June 11, 2012
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.)For more information regarding boat inspections click here for the Lake County website.
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.