California Water Code - WAT

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  • General Provisions
  • Division 1. General State Powers Over Water
  • Division 2. Water
  • Division 3. Dams and Reservoirs
  • Division 4. Wells, Pumping Plants, Conduits and Streams
  • Division 5. Flood Control
  • Division 6. Conservation, Development, and Utilization of State Water Resources
  • Division 7. Water Quality
  • Division 10. Financial Supervision of Districts
  • Division 11. Irrigation Districts
  • Division 12. County Water Districts
  • Division 13. California Water Districts
  • Division 14. California Water Storage District Law
  • Division 15. Reclamation Districts
  • Division 16. County Waterworks Districts
  • Division 17. Drainage
  • Division 18. Water Replenishment Districts
  • Division 19. Levee Districts
  • Division 20. Municipal Water Districts
  • Division 20.5. Wholesale Regional Water System Security and Reliability Act
  • Division 21. Water Conservation Districts
  • Division 24. Safe, Clean, Reliable Water Supply Act
  • Division 26. Safe Drinking Water, Clean Water, Watershed Protection, and Flood Protection Act
  • Division 26.5. Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Act of 2002
  • Division 26.7. The Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012
  • Division 27. Purchase and Sale of Electric Power
  • Division 31. Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency
  • Division 31.7. San Francisco Bay Area Regional Water System Financing Authority
  • Division 33. Integrated Water Supply and Flood Protection Planning, Design, and Implementation
  • Division 35. Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Reform Act of 2009

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