New addendum to order C20-3 from Lake County Public Health Officer to prevent the spread of Covid-19. This includes:

"Immediate Closure of County of Lake waterways, including Clear Lake, Blue Lakes, Highland Springs Reservoir, Cache Creek, Lake Pillsbury, Indian Valley Reservoir and any other public, navigable waterway to any recreational boating activity."

We all need to do our part to protect our county and city staff, the vulnerable populations within our communities, and reduce the impact on our already limited health care services and systems. This might be an inconvenience now but it will save lives later.


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 "If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water"
-Loren Eiseley

About Us

Water Resources is responsible for the preservation, health, and growth of Clear Lake, the largest fresh water lake in California. The two main branches of Water Resources are Lakebed Management and Lake County Watershed Protection District from which all of our programs and projects stem.

 

Frequently Used Applications

Lakebed Encroachment Permit
Highland Springs Hunting Permit
Highland Springs Property Usage Permit
Aquatic Plant Management Permit

 

Fee Schedule (Effective May 24, 2019)