The Ventura near Meiners Oaks


Public Meetings

Agency meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 1 pm at Casitas Municipal Water District office, 1055 Ventura Ave., Oak View. Public attendance is welcomed. Agendas with agenda packets are listed below 72 hours or more before the meeting.

If you would like to be placed on our email notification list, please send an email to If you have questions about the meeting, please call Executive Director Cece Van Der Meer at 805.640.1247

Latest News

The next UVRGA board meeting will be February 14, 2019, at the Casitas Municipal Water District Meeting Room, 1055 Ventura Ave., Oak View, CA  93022.

Job Opening for Agency Administrator
Please click on the link above to view the job description.
Deadline for submission of resumes is December 20, 2018

Ventura Watershed lnstream Flow Enhancement and Water Resiliency Regional Framework

Navigating Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
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UVRGA Monitoring and Data Collection Protocols Final Draft

A Year in the Life of The Upper Ventura River Groundwater Basin

Kear Groundwater 10/12/17 Presentation “In Search of the Live Reach”

Please click on the link below to view the final JPA for the Upper Ventura Basin GSA.

UVRB JPA Agreement for the Upper Ventura River GroundwaterAgency FINA….

Meetings are underway now. Important decisions are being made. All stakeholders are invited to participate. Read more >>


Proposed Basin Boundary Change

UVR_Mod_Geol-web_430-280The GSA Formation Committee is pursuing formal modification of the existing groundwater basin boundaries to more accurately reflect current knowledge of geologic conditions. Read More >>

State Law


In 2014, the California Legislature enacted comprehensive legislation aimed at strengthening local control and management of groundwater basins throughout the state. Read More >>

Basin Overview

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The Upper Ventura River Groundwater Basin is one of four water supply basins in the Ventura River watershed, and one of two required by new state law to be managed sustainably. Read More >>