KCLU 88.3FM - 102.3FM - 1340AM

Listen Now

The World from PRI
9:00pm - 10:00pm

Santa Barbara Gets $3.6 Million Dollars In Grants For Water Projects

Posted on Monday, November 28, 2011 4:47pm

Santa Barbara County has received some major state grants for water projects in the county.

The State Department of Water Resources has awarded the county $3.6 million dollars.

$3.1 million dollars will be used to help implement seven different water supply, water conservation, flood control, and ecosystem restoration projects from Goleta to Santa Maria.

Another $555,000 will be used to update the county’s water management plan, which tries to insure water agencies countywide use water resources in the most coordinated, and sustainable ways possible.

KCLU Local News

KCLU Featured Stories