About the Projects Database
The NSV IRWMP project database includes projects that meet multiple adopted goals and objectives of the NSV IRWM Plan. The projects and programs submittal process that was undertaken to compile the approved lists of projects has generated a suite of robust, collaborative, integrated and potentially fundable projects in the region. The project lists include the name of the organization that submitted the project, a summary description of the project, and additional project details such as project cost and project phase.
At their June, 2016 meeting, the NSV Board, upon TAC recommendation, voted to change the NSV IRWMP Project Solicitation process to an open solicitation, whereby project proponents can submit projects at any time and the TAC will review and make recommendations to the Board at their quarterly meetings twice a year. (In the past, the NSV IRWM has only accepted new/updated project proposals during specified time periods, usually twice per year for approximately 30 days each).
Under the new solicitation process, inclusion of project proposals on the TAC agenda will be cut-off at the first Friday of the month prior to the scheduled NSV Board meeting which will allow the TAC to review proposed projects at their regular meeting and bring their recommendation forward at the NSV Board meeting. All projects not making this deadline will automatically be rolled into the next review cycle.
The following is the cut-off date for project proposals for to be considered at the October 3, 2022 Board meeting:
- September 2, 2022 for the October 3, 2022 Board Meeting
You can download the project list and project solicitation forms on the Library page, or by clicking the links below:
- Current Project List (as of 9/30/2020)
- Background and Instructions
- Method to Include Projects
- Proposal Submittal Form (Microsoft Word document)
- New! Online Proposal Submittal Form (preferred option) or Scan the QR code to open the form
Benefits of the Projects Database
- Coordination – people involved in projects can make connections between projects to enhance resource sharing
- Recognition – project visibility and regional support may increase
- Information sharing – information about projects is transferred to others in the region so that one can better evaluate water management in the region
- Funding – projects may be eligible for inclusion in local and region-wide funding proposals; potential project partners for funding applications may be identified through the database
- Planning – projects help shape region-wide water resource planning, including the Integrated Regional Water Management Planning (IRWMP)
Storm Water Resource Plans
In order for an agency to receive grant funding for projects in a Storm Water Resource Plan (SWRP), the Plan must be included in an Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWMP). On December 3, 2018, the NSV IRWM Board approved the Storm Water Resource Plans from the City of Chico and the City of Yuba City for inclusion in the NSV IRWMP, and on August 3, 2020, the NSV IRWM Board approved the City of Redding’s SWRP for inclusion in the Plan.