The District's Watershed Management Plan contains three parts. Part I & Part II have been completed, while Part III is complete for the Olympia Watershed.
Part I: Existing Conditions Report
Part I: Existing Conditions Report, approved by the Board in May 2009, represents the most current information available to the District about the natural and historic conditions of watershed property in the context of the San Lorenzo River watershed.
The Existing Conditions Report was used as a reference to aid the District in refining its watershed management goals. It will also serve as a baseline for tracking the success of approved policies and future projects.
Use the links below to read or download the final version of Part I: Existing Conditions Report. The complete file is larger than 22 MB. To keep download times short, the document is available in individual sections:
Part II: Goals, Objectives, and Policies Part II: Goals, Objectives, and Policies, approved by the Board in April 2010, affirms the District's approach of ecosystem management, defines the District's goals, objectives and policies of watershed management, and identifies indicators to measure the progress of these management strategies. Use the link below to read or download the final version of the document.
Part III: Olympia Watershed Management Alternatives & Recommendations Report now complete
The first two chapters of Part III are now complete, including The introduction and the site-specific management plan for the Olympia Watershed property.
Site-specific management plans for the District's Fall Creek, N. Ben Lomond Mountain, and Zayante Creek watershed properties are still in the works.
The District thanks the many members of the community who contributed to and reviewed these documents.
On June 21, 2012 the Board approved the following documents, which are available for viewing or downloading: