Status Update 2014-15 Drought 05-May-2015 Website:www.sjgov.org/oes Twitter:https://twitter.com/XSJ_OA Facebook:www.facebook.com/sjcoes Youtube:www.youtube.com/user/sanjoaquinoes.

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JULY HEAT 2013 EVENT

Status Update2014-15 Drought05-May-2015

Website:www.sjgov.org/oesTwitter:https://twitter.com/XSJ_OAFacebook:www.facebook.com/sjcoesYoutube:www.youtube.com/user/sanjoaquinoesOffice of Emergency Services

(A Division of General Services Department)

1Incident # - XSJ14-0101GOOD MORNING CHAIRMAN, VICE-CHARMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

MICHAEL COCKRELL, DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS, OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES

YOUR DROUGHT TASK FORCE MET AUG-13THWE ARE HERE TO REVIEW THEIR 8th DROUGHT SITUATION REVIEW

WE ARE WEEKLY COLLECTING STATUS AND ISSUING ASSESSMENTS

TODAYS TOPICS ARE:

1. EL NINO4. GENERAL SERVICES ACTIONS2. COUNTYWIDE ACTIVITIES5. CURTAILMENT ISSUES3. CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES6. UPCOMING ACTIONS1

Water-Snow Supply Conditions2Central Snowpack= 2%

Precipitation 5-Station= 16%Precipitation Stockton= 80%

Reservoir Capacity:Camanche= 25%New Hogan= 20%New Melones= 20%Don Pedro= 41% McClure/Exchequer= 10%

SJ River salinity levels under acceptable measurements

Delta water quality falls short

Apr-June forecast: Above normal temps, equal chance precip.

Reservoirs have significant space to accommodate any large early season storm runoffFirst few (or many) storms, reservoirs will catch runoff and not make large releases

2Local IssuesSix (6) dry well reports, some may not be drought relatedCity of Manteca Proclaimed a Local Emergency-Drought: 15-AprilMosquito-Vector: Yellow Fever Mosquito found in Bay AreaDrought Food Box Program now at 41,506. FY15-16 Phase-4 adds 10,494County costs at $514,923 for drought monitoring, assistance, & outreach

3Well Permits20112012201320142015total8212213821855Domestic5254839419Agricultural32685512436Difference previous15401680CURLTAILMENTMT. HOUSE COMMUNITY & BYRON-BETHANY IRG. DIST. MOST AT RISKPOTENTIAL DRY OLD RIVER & ELIVATED SALINITY LEVELSDEVELOPING PROJECTS IDEAS TO REDUCE USE & NEW SOURCESREQUESTED THRU SJC-OES A STATE & FEDERAL VULNERABLE WATER ASSESSMENTSOUTH SAN JOAQUIN IRRG. SEASON TO STOP 30-SEPTSTATE WATER BOARD INCREASING STAFF TO VARIFY CURTAILMENTSWATER BOARD TO DEVELOP MATRIX TO SORT OUT SENIOR-JUNIOR RIGHTS DECISION-MAKING PROCESSWATER BOARD INVESTIGATING COMPLAINTS ON DELTA SENIOR RIGHTS MISUSE3Water Conservation RulesConservation Standards for Urban Water SuppliersExceptions for % supply to commercial agricultureUrban suppliers with 4-yrs. surface supplyCommercial, Industrial, Institutional savings determined by water suppliersSmall water suppliers:Meet 25% conservationOutdoor irrigation no more than 2-days a weekSelf-supplied commercial Industrial, Institutional:Meet 25% conservationOutdoor irrigation no more than 2-days a weekNew reporting requirements

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05-May State Water Board (7)17-March State Water Board (11)Wash sidewalks & drivewaysAllow runoff when irrigatingHose without shutoff nozzle to wash carsNone recirculating decorative water featuresFine $500 property owners for not complyingFine $10,000 to agencies not imposing measuresWater agencies to notify of leaksUrban water suppliers to limit days per weekIrrigating during & 48-Hrs. after rainfallFood services only serve on requestHotels/motels provide option not launder daily

CONSERVATION

CITIES & DISTRICTS KEEPING WEBSITES LINKED TO EACH OTHERDEVELOPING A CITIZEN COMPLAINT PROCESS FOR WEBSITETRACY IMPLEMENTED PHASE II CONSERVATION MEASURES & EXTENSIVE OUTREACH METHODSOAKWOOD LAKE WATER DIST. IMPLEMENTED 20% CONSERVATIONSJC PUBLIC WORKS ISSUED NEW RADIO ADSLODI ROTATES NEW CREATIVE WAYS TO KEEP CITIZENS FOCUSEDEXPLORING WAYS TO REIMBURSE OUR JURISDICTIONS:LIKELY WILL RECOMMEND BOARD TO REQUEST GOV. & PRES ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS4Water Conservation RulesUrban Water Supplier Requirements 4% to36% * July-Sept 2014 vs- July-Sept 2013Supplier NameStageR-GPCD* % SavedTierConserve AmountStockton-California Water Service Company197.67%520%City of Lathrop-100.314%520%City of Tracy2 (move to 4 on 19-May)135.38%728%City of Stockton1155.013%728%City of Manteca2172.016%832%City of Lodi2235.9-1%936%City of Ripon-316.115%936%City of Escalon2-day300--25%San Joaquin Conservation District1--25%Mt. House Community District338%-25%5

CONSERVATION

CITIES & DISTRICTS KEEPING WEBSITES LINKED TO EACH OTHERDEVELOPING A CITIZEN COMPLAINT PROCESS FOR WEBSITETRACY IMPLEMENTED PHASE II CONSERVATION MEASURES & EXTENSIVE OUTREACH METHODSOAKWOOD LAKE WATER DIST. IMPLEMENTED 20% CONSERVATIONSJC PUBLIC WORKS ISSUED NEW RADIO ADSLODI ROTATES NEW CREATIVE WAYS TO KEEP CITIZENS FOCUSEDEXPLORING WAYS TO REIMBURSE OUR JURISDICTIONS:LIKELY WILL RECOMMEND BOARD TO REQUEST GOV. & PRES ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS5Diverter Curtailments Water QualityDelta Watershed Diverters6

SJ River @ Vernalis Quality700 limit Apr-Aug

CONSERVATION

CITIES & DISTRICTS KEEPING WEBSITES LINKED TO EACH OTHERDEVELOPING A CITIZEN COMPLAINT PROCESS FOR WEBSITETRACY IMPLEMENTED PHASE II CONSERVATION MEASURES & EXTENSIVE OUTREACH METHODSOAKWOOD LAKE WATER DIST. IMPLEMENTED 20% CONSERVATIONSJC PUBLIC WORKS ISSUED NEW RADIO ADSLODI ROTATES NEW CREATIVE WAYS TO KEEP CITIZENS FOCUSEDEXPLORING WAYS TO REIMBURSE OUR JURISDICTIONS:LIKELY WILL RECOMMEND BOARD TO REQUEST GOV. & PRES ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS6Curtailment Status Junior Water RightsSac River-Delta-SJ RiverApril 23, 2015: San Joaquin River Watershed 7,000 all counties, 7,784 SJCApril 30, 2015: Term-91 Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Watershed: 88 divertersMay 01, 2015: All Post 1914 in Sacramento Watershed & Delta20-May-2015: State Water Board Public Workshop input sessionExceptions: Hydroelectric generationNo exception for health & safety.Enforcement: $1,000 per day, and, $2,500 per acre foot.** All must completeCompliance Certification Form7

CONSERVATION

CITIES & DISTRICTS KEEPING WEBSITES LINKED TO EACH OTHERDEVELOPING A CITIZEN COMPLAINT PROCESS FOR WEBSITETRACY IMPLEMENTED PHASE II CONSERVATION MEASURES & EXTENSIVE OUTREACH METHODSOAKWOOD LAKE WATER DIST. IMPLEMENTED 20% CONSERVATIONSJC PUBLIC WORKS ISSUED NEW RADIO ADSLODI ROTATES NEW CREATIVE WAYS TO KEEP CITIZENS FOCUSEDEXPLORING WAYS TO REIMBURSE OUR JURISDICTIONS:LIKELY WILL RECOMMEND BOARD TO REQUEST GOV. & PRES ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS7Delta Barriers: May to Nov. 20158

West False River4.8 mi. N/E of Oakley(between Jersey & Bradford Is.)

05-May land-side07-May In-water work 15-June finishedNov. removedBOATING DETOURSSouth Delta: Discovery Bay to SJ RiverA= Large-mast vessels @40-45 minutesB= Smaller vessels @40-50 minutesCentral Delta: Bethel Island to SJ RiverC= Large Mast vessels @30-MinutesD= Smaller vessels @30-40 minutes

DDACTIVITIESSJC NOW IN D-4 EXTREME DROUGHT STATUSAG COMMISSIONER REQUESTED USDA DECLARATION FOR RANGELAND & CHERRIES LOSSESHSA PROVIDING UP TO 600 DROUGHT FOOD BOXES PER WEEKJURISDICTIONS, BUSINESSES, NON-PROFITS NOTIFIED OF PROGRAMSEHD, PW, CITIES, IRRIGATION DISTRICTS CONTINUE WELL MONITORINGEHD NEW WELL PERMITS AT 152 SINCE JANUARY (2013=128, 2012=122)UNKNOWN IF ALL WERE DRILLED, 1-YR TIMELINEOES WEBSITE LISTING ALL AVAILABLE FUNDING PROGRAMS STANISLAUS RIVER: DEBRIS, TREES FALLING TEARING LEVEE-BANKS, SEDIMENT, BRIDGE BLOCKING, DAM RELEASE PULSES FOR SALMON RUN ONE LIKELY CAUSE

8Conclusion9Countywide jurisdictions will be increasing conservation stagesDeveloping a dry-well potable water distribution procedureState DWR preparing for 2015 & 2016 drought conditionsState Water Board:Preparing new conservation orders, 05-May meetingDiversion curtailments & field inspections start 04-May-15

Recommended Board Actions:Continued Proclamation of Local Emergency for another 30-days.ISSUES & RECOMMENDATIONS

WILL RECOMMEND BOARD TO REQUEST GOV. & PRES. TO OPEN ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMSINDIVIDUAL WELL CONSERVATION VIOLATOR ENFORCEMENT

DROUGHT TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION:ACCEPT THIS DROUGHT SITUATION REVIEW,CONTINUE LOCAL EMERGENCY, DROUGHT, ANOTHER 30-DAYS9

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