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Enterprise System Catalog Below:
Reclamation District 784
November 11, 2019 in honor of Veteran's Day
The Reclamation District 784
Upcoming Special Meetings
September 11, 2019 Special Board Meeting
October 1, 2019 Board Meeting Canceled
October 9, 2019 Special Board Meeting
November 5, 2019 Board Meeting
December 3, 2019 Board Meeting
January 7, 2020 Board Meeting
The 2018 Drainage Impact Fee Tables have been updated in the "Drainage Basin Fees". The tab can be found above in the upper left hand corner.
The Nexus Impact Study Report
Nexus Impact Study Report for the
C-2 Zone can be found in the upper
left hand section of this page titled
"Drainage Basin Fees"
Reclamation District 784
History of RD 784
RD 784 was established in May 1908, and operates under the authority of the State of California's Central Valley Flood Protection Board and the Department of Water Resources. RD 784 covers approximately 40,676 acres including 33.59 miles of levees, more than 60 miles of internal drainage canals, and ten pumping stations.
The district's boundaries are: North - Yuba River, South- Bear River, West- Feather River, East-Western Pacific Interceptor Canal. The district encompasses approximately 2,000 commercial buildings and more than 12,500 residences.
A board of trustees made up of 5 local landowners is the local governing body and they are elected to serve 4 year terms.
General Manager's Corner
Canals and Ditches:
Reclamation District 784 maintains over 60 miles of canals, ditches and drainage basins through which storm water is moved to pumping stations where it is pumped into adjacent rivers and out of the District. Garbage and debris dumped into drainage ditches have caused blockages and can cause localized flooding. If you observe anyone dumping objects into any drainage canals, please contact the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office at 530-749-7777 to report the crime.
Public Levee Access
Not all levees are owned by the public. Some levees are located on private property and RD784 personnel can only access private property because the State of California holds easement rights for levee maintenance and operations. RD784 cannot give permission for anyone to trespass on private property of another. The following list of levees is provided in the attachment below for information on which levees are open to the public for pedestrian access only. Unauthorized motor vehicles are prohibited on all levees.