Welcome to IRWMP

The Inyo-Mono Integrated Regional Water Management Program (IRWMP) is a part of a statewide effort that is geared towards finding and implementing solutions for regional water management issues. The Inyo – Mono IRWMP formally began in 2008 and since its inception has raised more than $2.5 million to assist with essential water management projects and research for Inyo, Mono, and Kern Counties. Find out more

INYO – MONO REGIONAL WATER NEWS

Special Drought Briefing for California: April 9

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As California continues to draw international attention during its fourth year of devastating drought, top-level water officials from state, federal and local agencies will gather in Sacramento April 9 for a special 2015 drought briefing organized by Association of California Water Agencies in partnership with other organizations. Follow this link for more information and registration … Continue reading Special Drought Briefing for California: April 9

DWR Releases Revised Schedule for Round 3 Implementation

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This will be the final disbursement of Prop. 84 funds. The updates have accelerated the timeline for the final Prop. 84 IRWM solicitation. The updated schedule can also be found at: http://www.water.ca.gov/irwm/grants/index.cfm  

An Investment to Help Disadvantaged Communities Pays Off!

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Proposition 50 and Proposition 84, and the corresponding creation of Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) planning groups, significantly altered California’s approach to water management. As these programs evolved, a growing gap emerged between the activities of the traditional water community and the needs of disadvantaged communities and the people that live and work there. In … Continue reading An Investment to Help Disadvantaged Communities Pays Off!

January 13 Webinar: New Infrastructure Financing Tools for California

On January 1, 2015 a new set of infrastructure financing tools became available to local governments in California.  These tools are designed to give local leaders more authority to work across jurisdictions on city-centered, sustainable development projects that could also tap into private funds.  This new authority is set in motion through the new Enhanced … Continue reading January 13 Webinar: New Infrastructure Financing Tools for California