Watershed Council June 22,2010 BAIRWMP Update BAIRWMP Update State Funding: State Funding: Prop 50 Prop 50 Prop 1-E (Stormwater Flood Management), Prop

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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> Watershed Council June 22,2010 BAIRWMP Update BAIRWMP Update State Funding: State Funding: Prop 50 Prop 50 Prop 1-E (Stormwater Flood Management), Prop 1-E (Stormwater Flood Management), Prop 84 Prop 84 Planning Planning Implementation Implementation Federal Funding Federal Funding </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> Supplemental Prop 50 schedule 10 % match Maximum Grant -$3.7 million Final PSP-May 5, 2010 Final PSP-May 5, 2010 Application dueJune 1, 2010 Application dueJune 1, 2010 Applicant interviewsJune 20-July 2 Applicant interviewsJune 20-July 2 DWR Draft recommendations- late July DWR Draft recommendations- late July Public comments dueearly August Public comments dueearly August DWR announces awards Mid August DWR announces awards Mid August </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> Original April Proposal Regional Green Infrastructure $ 800,000 Regional Green Infrastructure $ 800,000 SCVWD Recycling $1,100,000 SCVWD Recycling $1,100,000 Bay Area DAC/ Watershed$ 650,000 Bay Area DAC/ Watershed$ 650,000 Mercury and PCB Risk Reduction $ 300,000 Mercury and PCB Risk Reduction $ 300,000BACWA Regional Steelhead Monitoring$ 370,000 Regional Steelhead Monitoring$ 370,000 CEMAR CEMAR NMWD Phase 2 Recycling $ 280,000 NMWD Phase 2 Recycling $ 280,000 Grant Administration$ 200,000 Grant Administration$ 200,000 TOTAL $3,700,000 TOTAL $3,700,000 </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Latest Proposal SCVWD Recycling $ 1,500,000 SCVWD Recycling $ 1,500,000 Regional Green Infrastructure $ 850,000 Regional Green Infrastructure $ 850,000SFEP/ABAG NMWD Phase 2 Recycling $ 850,000 NMWD Phase 2 Recycling $ 850,000 Mercury and PCB Risk Reduction$ 300,000 Mercury and PCB Risk Reduction$ 300,000BACWA Grant Admin. BACWA $ 200,000 Grant Admin. BACWA $ 200,000 TOTAL $3,700,000 TOTAL $3,700,000 </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> Prop 1 E Stormwater Flood Management Grant program Draft PSP= March 2010 -$212 million statewide -Minimum local match-50 % -Maximum Grant Award-$30 million </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> Requirements Consistent with adopted IRWMP Consistent with adopted IRWMP Designed to manage storm water runoff to reduce flooding Designed to manage storm water runoff to reduce flooding Yield multiple benefits Yield multiple benefits may include one of the following elements: Groundwater recharge Groundwater recharge Water quality improvement Water quality improvement Ecosystem restoration and benefits Ecosystem restoration and benefits Reduction of instream erosion and sedimentation Reduction of instream erosion and sedimentation </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> BAIRWMP Process Complete an IRWMP Project Template Complete an IRWMP Project Template Submit Template-projects@bairwmp.org Submit Template-projects@bairwmp.orgprojects@bairwmp.org Subcommittee will screen Subcommittee will screen BAIRWMP Coordinating Committee will vote on acceptance and adding project BAIRWMP Coordinating Committee will vote on acceptance and adding project </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> Outreach BAFPAA distributing flyer BAFPAA distributing flyer Sub-regions supporting outreach Sub-regions supporting outreach North Bay North Bay -Highlight today -Highlight today June 15 Joint technical Committee meeting June 15 Joint technical Committee meeting June 22-Watershed Council June 22-Watershed Council </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> Prop 84 Planning Guidelines Planning Guidelines Implementation Guidelines Implementation Guidelines Bay Area Process Bay Area Process </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> Planning Guidelines $20 million statewide $20 million statewide $ 1 million max per grant $ 1 million max per grant 50 % match (??) 50 % match (??) New Plan elements New Plan elements Land use Land use Climate Change Climate Change Must commit to update plan if you get Implementation funds Must commit to update plan if you get Implementation funds </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> F u n d I n g Areas </li> <li> Slide 13 </li> <li> Approved Regions 46 total 46 total 3 cover entire funding area 3 cover entire funding area North Coast $37 m North Coast $37 m Bay Area $138 m Bay Area $138 m SAWPA $114 m SAWPA $114 m Other 8 funding regions average 5+ approvals Other 8 funding regions average 5+ approvals </li> <li> Slide 14 </li> <li> Implementation- P roposal Solicitation Package March 2010 http://www.water.ca.gov/irwm/docs/prop84/guidelinepsp/DraftImppsp.pdf http://www.water.ca.gov/irwm/docs/prop84/guidelinepsp/DraftImppsp.pdf $ 100 Million Total for state-Round 1 $ 100 Million Total for state-Round 1 Funding targets -$ 20 m for Conservation Projects to meet 2020 target of 20% reduction -$10 m for DAC projects Bay Area- 1/9 of Total allocation ($138 m) Bay Area- 1/9 of Total allocation ($138 m) $ 15.3 m to $30.6 m(??) $ 15.3 m to $30.6 m(??) 25% match 25% match Projects must be consistent with adopted IRWM Plan Projects must be consistent with adopted IRWM Plan </li> <li> Slide 15 </li> <li> Scoring 8450 Workplan1515 Funding match /////// 5 (10%) Scientific Merit ////////15 F. A Balance? (5)//// Budget55 Schedule55 Mon. &amp; Assess. 55 Econ. Analysis-Benefits 2015 W S &amp; Other benefits 510 Program Preferences 105 Total 60 (?)-70 80 </li> <li> Slide 16 </li> <li> Economic (Benefits) Analysis Water supply benefits Water supply benefits Water Quality and Other benefits Water Quality and Other benefits Flood damage reduction benefits Flood damage reduction benefits -Under Other for prop 50 </li> <li> Slide 17 </li> <li> Program Preferences Prop 50 Include integrated projects with multiple benefits; Include integrated projects with multiple benefits; Support and improve local and regional water supply reliability; Support and improve local and regional water supply reliability; Contribute expeditiously and measurably to the long- term attainment and maintenance of water quality Contribute expeditiously and measurably to the long- term attainment and maintenance of water qualitystandards; Eliminate or significantly reduce pollution in impaired waters and sensitive habitat areas, including ASBSs; or Eliminate or significantly reduce pollution in impaired waters and sensitive habitat areas, including ASBSs; or Include safe drinking water and water quality projects that serve disadvantaged communities. Include safe drinking water and water quality projects that serve disadvantaged communities. </li> <li> Slide 18 </li> <li> Program Preferences-Prop 84 http://www.water.ca.gov/irwm/docs/prop84/guidelinepsp/GL_drtf_FINAL.pdf http://www.water.ca.gov/irwm/docs/prop84/guidelinepsp/GL_drtf_FINAL.pdf Include regional projects or programs (CWC 10544) Include regional projects or programs (CWC 10544) Effectively integrate water management programs and projects within a hydrologic region identified in the California Water Plan; the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) region or subdivision; or other region or sub-region specifically identified by DWR (50) Effectively integrate water management programs and projects within a hydrologic region identified in the California Water Plan; the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) region or subdivision; or other region or sub-region specifically identified by DWR (50) Effectively resolve significant water-related conflicts within or between regions Effectively resolve significant water-related conflicts within or between regions Contribute to attainment of one or more of the objectives of the CALFED Bay-Delta Program Contribute to attainment of one or more of the objectives of the CALFED Bay-Delta Program Address critical water supply or water quality needs of disadvantaged communities within the region (50) Address critical water supply or water quality needs of disadvantaged communities within the region (50) Effectively integrate water management with land use planning Effectively integrate water management with land use planning For eligible SWFM funding, projects which: a) are not receiving state funding for flood control or flood prevention projects pursuant to PRC 5096.824 or 75034 or b) provide multiple benefits, including, but not limited to, water quality improvements, ecosystem benefits, reduction of instream erosion and sedimentation, and groundwater recharge. For eligible SWFM funding, projects which: a) are not receiving state funding for flood control or flood prevention projects pursuant to PRC 5096.824 or 75034 or b) provide multiple benefits, including, but not limited to, water quality improvements, ecosystem benefits, reduction of instream erosion and sedimentation, and groundwater recharge. Address statewide priorities Address statewide priorities </li> <li> Slide 19 </li> <li> Regional Projects or Programs Identified In an IRWM Plan that accomplish any of the following: (a) Reduce water demand through agricultural and urban water use efficiency. (b) Increase water supplies for any beneficial use through the use of any of the following, or other, means: (1) Groundwater storage and conjunctive water management. (1) Groundwater storage and conjunctive water management. (2) Desalination. (2) Desalination. (3) Precipitation enhancement. (3) Precipitation enhancement. (4) Water recycling. (4) Water recycling. (5) Regional and local surface storage. (5) Regional and local surface storage. (6) Water-use efficiency. (6) Water-use efficiency. (7) Stormwater management. (7) Stormwater management. (c) Improve operational efficiency and water supply reliability, including conveyance facilities, system reoperation, and water transfers. (d) Improve water quality, including drinking water treatment and distribution, groundwater and aquifer remediation, matching water quality to water use, wastewater treatment, water pollution prevention, and management of urban and agricultural runoff. (e) Improve resource stewardship, including agricultural lands stewardship, ecosystem restoration, flood plain management, recharge area protection, urban land use management, groundwater management, water-dependent recreation, fishery restoration, including fish passage improvement, and watershed management. (f) Improve flood management through structural and nonstructural means, or by any other means. </li> <li> Slide 20 </li> <li> Statewide Priorities Drought Preparedness Drought Preparedness Use and Reuse water more efficiently Use and Reuse water more efficiently Climate Change Response Actions Climate Change Response Actions Expand Environmental Stewardship Expand Environmental Stewardship Practice Integrated Flood Management Practice Integrated Flood Management Protect Surface and Ground water Quality Protect Surface and Ground water Quality Improve Tribal Water and Natural Resources Improve Tribal Water and Natural Resources Ensure Equitable Distribution of Benefits Ensure Equitable Distribution of Benefits DAC or tribes DAC or tribes </li> <li> Slide 21 </li> <li> Bay Area Process Prop 84 Prop 84 - Emphasize Regional projects - Update 2009 list -Through Functional areas -Through Functional areas - Through Sub-regions </li> <li> Slide 22 </li> <li> 2009 Regional List Existing -in Plan 11-Landscape Irrigation Calculator (2009 update) 11-Landscape Irrigation Calculator (2009 update)2009-$250k- 11-Drought Relief and Water Conservation Innovation Project ( 2009 update) 11-Drought Relief and Water Conservation Innovation Project ( 2009 update) 2009-$11 million 26-Developing/Implementing Options for Mitigating Public Health Impacts of Eating Fish (2010 update) 26-Developing/Implementing Options for Mitigating Public Health Impacts of Eating Fish (2010 update) Prop 50-$300k </li> <li> Slide 23 </li> <li> 2009 Regional Projects -New Projects Added to the IRWM Plan-Appendix G 128 FP-SM Regional Green Infrastructure Capacity Building Project (SFEP/ABAG) $7.5 m 128 FP-SM Regional Green Infrastructure Capacity Building Project (SFEP/ABAG) $7.5 m 129 WW-RW Regional Water Recycling Outreach Project (SCVWD) -$225k 129 WW-RW Regional Water Recycling Outreach Project (SCVWD) -$225k 130 WM-HP&amp;R Disadvantaged Communities Watershed Program (SFEP/ABAG) $ 1.195 m 130 WM-HP&amp;R Disadvantaged Communities Watershed Program (SFEP/ABAG) $ 1.195 m 131 WM-HP&amp;R Evaluating Regional Ecosystem Restoration Using Steelhead Trout (CEMAR) 131 WM-HP&amp;R Evaluating Regional Ecosystem Restoration Using Steelhead Trout (CEMAR) $562.5 k 132 FP-SM Flood and Waterways Infrastructure Analysis and Communication Tool (SFEI) -$750k 132 FP-SM Flood and Waterways Infrastructure Analysis and Communication Tool (SFEI) -$750k </li> <li> Slide 24 </li> <li> Regional? Green Infrastructure Green Infrastructure Sonoma write-up submitted Marin? Napa? Solano? New NBWRA- submitted write-up for Phase 1 NBWRA- submitted write-up for Phase 1 Project -$100 million total 25 % federal share </li> <li> Slide 25 </li> <li> Federal Funding Federal Funding Recent Recent NBWA -EPA Water Quality Improvement Fund NBWA -EPA Water Quality Improvement Fund NBWA- $1.5 million-TMDL Implementation NBWRA- ARRA funds NBWRA- ARRA funds Proposed Legislation-HR 5061 Proposed Legislation-HR 5061 ?? $100 million/ year Plan- 1993 CCMP Plan- 1993 CCMP Updated 2007 </li> </ul>