News

Sites analysis touts potential of reservoir

February 16, 2024

According to a new analysis by the Sites Project Authority, the proposed Sites Reservoir would be 80% full after recent storms had the long-planned project […]

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Sites Reservoir project receives the green light for construction

December 7, 2023

A key milestone was recently reached, bringing the Sites Reservoir project—a crucial initiative contributing to California’s water infrastructure—closer to construction. The final environmental impact report, officially […]

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The right water project for a changing California just got put on the fast track

December 7, 2023

Located just over an hour north of Sacramento in Glenn and Colusa counties lies 14,000 acres of grassland, streams and the main canal of the […]

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Press Releases

Press Release: New Analysis Finds Sites Reservoir Would Be 80 Percent Full After Recent Storms If It Were Operational Today

February 15, 2024

New Analysis Finds Sites Reservoir Would Be 80 Percent Full After Recent Storms If It Were Operational Today 2023 and […]

Press Release: Sites Reservoir Reaches Milestone in Environmental Review Process

November 17, 2023

Sites Reservoir Reaches Milestone in Environmental Review Process SACRAMENTO, CA – The Sites Project Authority, as the lead agency under […]

Press Release: California Certifies Sites Reservoir Under Senate Bill 149 for Streamlined Judicial Review

November 7, 2023

California Certifies Sites Reservoir Under Senate Bill 149 for Streamlined Judicial Review Decision Saves Time and Reduces Cost While Ensuring […]

Press Release: Sites Reservoir Awarded $30 Million in New Federal Funding

July 28, 2023

Sites Reservoir Awarded $30 Million in New Federal Funding   Sacramento, CA – Sites Reservoir was awarded an additional $30 […]

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New analysis projects capabilities of Sites Reservoir during heavy river flows

January 19, 2023

The Sites Project Authority released findings Wednesday from a new analysis that projected Sites Reservoir could have diverted and captured […]

Sites Reservoir team discusses hopes and hurdles

January 17, 2023

REDDING, Calif. — Water availability has become a critical issue in the face of ongoing drought, and one prominent potential solution […]

California has lots of catching up to do on flood management — with or without climate change

January 16, 2023

SACRAMENTO — When Leland Stanford became California’s governor in 1862, he needed a rowboat to carry him to the Capitol to be […]

What California can learn from wave of storms

January 3, 2023

In Summary: The series of rain and snow storms buffeting California this month contains lessons for politicians, if they pay […]

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