Groundwater Sustainability Plan Public Comment

Groundwater Sustainability Plan Draft Public Review

The future of groundwater management is underway. As required under the State law, Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), MAGSA has developed a draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). The GSP is the roadmap for how groundwater will be sustainably managed in the years to come. The draft GSP is now available for your review and comment. We encourage you to take part in this important review process.

The official 90-day public review and comment period will conclude at the MAGSA Public Hearing on October 16th at 2:10 pm. The Public Hearing will take place at the Kerman Community Center, 15101 W Kearney Blvd., Kerman, CA 93630.

For more information on the Groundwater Sustainability Plan and its development, visit our GSP Portal.

Groundwater Sustainability Plan document download

Click the button below to download the high-resolution draft GSP document:

This is a large 260MB file. If you have issues, download the optimized version to the right.

Click the button below to download the optimized version of the draft GSP document:

This is an optimized 50MB file. Please note there are no differences in content.

USB drives with the GSP draft are available for checkout at the MAGSA office: 275 S Madera Ave., Suite 301, Kerman, CA 93630. Contact Matt Hurley, General Manager, by phone at 559-515-3339 or by email at

GSP overview presented at the July 10 Board meeting:

A few ways to submit your GSP comments


Fill out the online comment form:


Email your comments to


Submit a written document with your comments.

  • Mail or hand deliver to the MAGSA office: 275 S Madera Ave., Suite 301, Kerman, CA 93630
  • Hand deliver at the next MAGSA Board Meeting. Click to view calendar.
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Share your comments at our next Board Meeting during the Public Comment agenda item

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Questions navigating the GSP?Attend upcoming Office Hours

The Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) outlines how groundwater will be managed beginning in 2020. Groundwater sustainability experts will be available to answer your questions at our upcoming Office Hours chat. 

GSP Office Hours Chat 

Wednesday, September 18th from 11:00 am-1:00 pm 

Click button below for  more info.