Participation in our WaterTalks community survey will help ensure that communities’ needs, concerns, questions, and insights can be considered to become part of the State’s future water projects.

By identifying community needs and priorities, your input will help identify and prioritize projects within the LA-Ventura IRWM region for Prop 1 technical assistance funding as well as ongoing and future funding decisions.

This Survey will take approximately 10 minutes.

La participación en nuestra encuesta comunitaria WaterTalks ayudará a garantizar que las necesidades, inquietudes, preguntas y conocimientos de las comunidades se puedan considerar como parte de los futuros proyectos de agua del estado.

Al identificar las necesidades y prioridades de la comunidad, su aporte ayudará a identificar y priorizar proyectos dentro de la región de LA-Ventura IRWM para el financiamiento de asistencia técnica de la Prop 1, así como para las decisiones de financiamiento actuales y futuras.

Esta encuesta tomará aproximadamente 10 minutos.


通過確定社區需求和優先事項,您提供的資訊將有助於確定洛杉磯-文圖拉綜合區域水資源管理(LA-Ventura IRWM)區域內的專案,並有助於確定專案的優先次序,用於1號提案技術支持資金發放、以及正在進行的和將來的資金發放決策。


워터토크 커뮤니티 설문조사에 참여하는 것은 지역사회의 요구와 우려, 궁금증, 그리고 이해를 도모하기 위해 것으로 캘리포니아주미래의 수질 프로젝트의 중요한 초석이 될 수 있습니다.

지역사회의 필요성과 우선순위를 파악하기 위한 이번 설문조사에서 여러분의 응답은 주민발의안1안의 기금지원을 위한LA벤츄라 지역통합지역수관리 수질개선 프로젝트의 우선순위 파악에 도움을 주는 것은 물론, 수질 개선을 위한 프로젝트 기금 결정에 큰 영향을 줄 수있습니다.

이 설문조사는 약 10여분 정도 소요됩니다.

شرکت در این نظر سنجی عمومی واتر تالکس کمک خواهد کرد که نیازها, نگرانیها, سؤالات و بینشهای جامعه عمومی مورد نظر گرفته شود وبخشی از پروژه های ایالتی مربوط به آب  شود.

با شناسایی نیازها و اولویت های جامعه, نظریه های شما کمک خواهد کرد که پروژه های داخل ناحیه لوس آنجلس و ونتورا

( IRWM )  که قابل دریافت بودجه کمکهای فنی میشوند تشخیص داده و اولویت داده شود, و  این نظریه ها به علاوه در تصمیمهای بودجه ای مداوم و در آینده نیز کمک خواهند کرد.

این نظر سنجی حدود ۱۰ دقیقه وقت میگیرد.

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WaterTalks is a public program designed to generate and increase community involvement in planning a sustainable water future for California. Its goal is to explore the strengths and opportunities of 128 communities in Los Angeles and Ventura counties facing ongoing economic and environmental distress, and to gather input to prioritize and recommend water-related projects based on issues of greatest concern.

WaterTalks will be implemented in three phases. The first phase of WaterTalks outreach events are designed to educate and engage communities in the Los Angeles and Ventura counties facing ongoing economic and environmental distress, empowering them to engage in water planning including subsequent phases of WaterTalks.

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View Fact Sheet on Planning for Water in California: English, Spanish

View Fact Sheet on Funding for Water-related projects in California: English, Spanish 

About IRWM Regions

Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) is a collaborative effort to identify and implement water management solutions on a regional scale that increase regional self-reliance, reduce conflict, and manage water to concurrently achieve social, environmental, and economic objectives. (California Department of Water Resources)

Integrated Regional Water Management Planning Act (SB 1672) has provided over $1.5 billion in State funding dedicated to support and advance integrated, multi-benefit regional projects.WaterTalks supports California’s collaborative effort, Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM), in three of Southern California’s planning areas:

  • Greater Los Angeles County (GLAC)
  • Upper Santa Clara River (USCR)
  • Watersheds Coalition of Ventura County (WCVC)

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What Sectors Focus on Water?

Jobs related to water can be found at public agencies, nonprofit organizations, or private companies in three general areas:

  • providing water services
  • restoring and protecting natural resources
  • managing the flow of surface waters

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Get involved!

Select one of the links below to view each topic.

Please Contact One Of The Representatives Below Based On Region:

Upper Santa Clara River (USCR) / Watersheds Coalition of Ventura County (WCVC)

  • Contacts from WRPI
    • Program Manager
      Melissa Moreno

Greater Los Angeles County (GLAC)

  • Contact from TreePeople
    • Community Organizing Coordinator
      Stephen Ceasar


Click on your region below to access the available Toolkits, Story Maps, and more information pertaining to your community.


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Funded by California Department of Water Resources and Prop 1