Why is the GSA using surveys about the Draft GSP Sections?

Napa County Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) staff are using surveys as an important tool to gather ideas and feedback from Groundwater Sustainability Plan Advisory Committee (GSPAC) members and the public on key issues and draft sections of the Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP). The GSP development process is an iterative one, where groundwater sustainability issues and draft GSP sections are presented, discussed, and refined over time. Survey feedback will help the GSA build a stronger draft GSP that will be presented for public comment in Fall 2021. In addition, surveys are intended to gather broad input from GSPAC members and the public on issues to be addressed in the GSP and capture community interests and concerns about groundwater planning and sustainability. While each survey will be focused on specific draft sections of the GSP, the surveys enable respondents to share additional comments, interests, concerns, or questions regarding the GSP.

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