The Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) was created by State law in 1963 to provide assistance to local agencies in overseeing jurisdictional boundary changes. Each of the 58 counties in California has a LAFCo Commission.
The RCD works with communities to voluntarily conserve, protect, and restore natural resources in a landscape that supports agriculture, urban areas, and wild lands. They provide technical assistance, educational programs, monitoring and assessment services, and grant funding to help land managers meet their conservation goals.
The mission of Sonoma Water is to effectively manage the water resources in our care for the benefit of people and the environment through resource and environmental stewardship, technical innovation, and responsible fiscal management.
A Joint Powers Authority (JPA) with a Board that includes a single member from Willow County Water, Calpella County Water, Redwood Valley County Water, Millview County Water, and most recently the Ukiah Valley Sanitation District.
A partnership to develop a plan for relicensing The Potter Valley Project, a hydroelectric facility that transfers water from the Eel River into the Russian River, meeting the needs of all communities in the Russian and Eel River basins.
Mendocino County Farm Bureau is a member of California Farm Bureau Federation, a statewide organization of farmers and ranchers with 53 member county Farm Bureau organizations covering 56 California counties.
This Joint Powers Authority serves as a unified voice to consult on water issues such as raising Coyote Dam, protecting local water rights, and the viability of the Potter Valley Project. This District is a member.