Well Registration Forms must be submitted by January 1, 2022.
NEW REQUIREMENT FOR MAGSA LANDOWNERS – The McMullin Area Groundwater Sustainability Agency (MAGSA) has adopted a Groundwater Well Metering, Monitoring, and Construction Policy and Implementing Rules and Regulations with requirements for well owners. The Rules and Regulations include a requirement to register all wells designed to produce more than two (2) acre feet of water annually within the MAGSA boundary no later than January 1, 2022.
MAGSA landowners can register their well(s) a number of ways:
Fill out the paper form for each well you/your company owns. If you/your company owns multiple wells, please make copies of the form and fill one out for each well. Submit the print form(s) by:
Mailing or hand delivering to the MAGSA office at 275 S. Madera Ave., Suite 301, Kerman, CA 93630.
Scanning and sending to the email address: email@example.com
Fill out the online form by clicking the “online form” button below. This is the easiest method for landowners registering multiple wells.
Up to 25 wells per landowner/company can be filled out using a single online form.
Not sure if you own a well located in MAGSA?
Use KRCD’s interactive map to type in the address where your well is located: Interactive SGMA Map
About Well Registration Requirement
MAGSA is a local public agency working to position you and neighboring landowners to achieve groundwater sustainability together. Well registration is the initial action needed in preparation to meet well metering requirements also included in the Implementing Rules and Regulations. These new requirements are directly aligned with MAGSA’s goal to equip the local area with more specific and accurate groundwater information. This information helps the area defend against over estimations of water use and ultimately keeps groundwater management in local hands.
Beyond complying with the California law, Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) of 2014, well registration will help MAGSA landowners meet present and future challenges of managing their business with limited water resources.
MAGSA takes seriously the privacy concerns of the landowners it serves and is going to great lengths to protect your personal and well information. Your information will be stored with a private data management company, keeping your information secure and private to the greatest extent possible by law.
Read the full Groundwater Well Metering, Monitoring, and Construction Policy and Implementing Rules and Regulations document below. If you have questions, comments, or concerns about these requirements, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (559) 515-3339. We appreciate your cooperation as we continue toward successfully securing the future viability of our region.