Sacramento Valley – Wyandotte Creek
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- Sacramento Valley – Wyandotte Creek
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- SGMA Basin Priority
- Critically Overdrafted
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- Adjacent Basins
Located in California’s Sacramento River hydrologic region, the Sacramento Valley – Wyandotte Creek is 59,382.18 acres in size. This Medium priority basin is home to an estimated 32,252 people (2010 value), which have been at a rate of 23.
Sacramento Valley – Wyandotte Creek is a(n) basin with approximately 982 wells, of which approximately 23 are water supply wells. Groundwater accounts for approximately 84 percent of the basin’s water supply.
2016: Formerly part of the North Yuba subbasin, Wyandotte Creek was formed when DWR split the basin along the Butte-Yuba county line (October 2016).
2018: Draft basin prioritization – medium. Comment: 1) CASGEM/WDL/GWIDS: No data or data insufficent to determine GWL status. Source: DWR 2) Hydrographs shown in Yuba County Water Agency North Yuba Subbasin Boundary Modification Proposal are stable.
Butte County basin boundary modification request by East Butte subbasin 5-021.69 to alter border pending
Butte County basin boundary/consolidation request for Wyandotte Creek and the Corning 5-021.51, Colusa 5-021.52, Vina 5-021.57, West Butte 5-021.58, East Butte 5-021.59, Sutter 5-021.62 subbasins pending
2019: Basin boundary modifications. Phase 2 draft basin priority: medium