We are working closely with Washington communities and their citizens to provide effective water management. Historically, Washington residents have enjoyed an abundance of water, but water availability is no longer a luxury. We are committed to meeting current water needs and ensuring future water availability for people, fish and the natural environment.
WATER RELATED INFORMATION
Aquifer Recharge | City of Bridgeport Agreement | Compliance and Enforcement | Cost Reimbursement Web Notice | Easterday/Five Corners | Final USGS report on Yakima Basin groundwater | Groundwater Exemption | Groundwater in Washington | Hillis Rule Amendment | Issue Up-close: Managing our Water Successfully | Lake Tapps Report of Examination | Municipal Water Law | MVID Settlement Agreement | Olympia-Yelm-Lacey Water Supply Project | Protecting Local Economies | Stockwater Workgroup | Lummi Peninsula Settlement Agreement - 2013 Reports | Washington Irrigation Guide | Washington State’s Integrated Climate Response Strategy | Washington Waters - Ours to Protect | Washington Water Exchange | Water Smart Washington | Water Smart, Not Water Short | Weber Siphon Event
WELL AND WATER RIGHT TRACKING AND DATA REPORTING
Skagit River Basin - Supreme Court Decision
Certified Water Right Examiner - Hiring a Certified Water Right Examiner
Focus on Water Availability - by WRIA
Statewide Water Rights Web map - Search tool
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