Water Resources Plan

The water cycle is a natural process that is profoundly affected by people and development.Over the past few decades, the human impact on water has been recognized and addressed with various regulations, including requirements for storm water control, discharges into streams, and withdrawals from groundwater supplies.In addition, substantial public and private investment has successfully been made to improve water.Nevertheless, the county still experiences flooding, water shortages, and pollution in some locations.The Water Resources Plan shows how government, developers, businesses, and resident can work together to better manage water resources.The plan focuses on providing adequate supply of water, improving water quality and reducing water pollution, limiting the impact of flooding, and promoting better storm water management practices.Overall, this plan, if fully implemented, will create a more harmonious relationship between county residents, businesses, and the natural water cycle that affects everyone.