Water Resource Programs

  1. Abandoned Well Program

    The Clay County Abandoned Well Project accepts abandoned, unused wells in the program on a priority basis.

  2. Comprehensive Local Water Management

    Comprehensive Local Water Management (previous named Comprehensive Local Water Planning) was passed into law in 1986 as Chapter 110B.

  3. Natural Resources Block Grant (NRBG)

    The Natural Resources Block Grant (NRBG) is a composite of base grants available to local government units that help them implement programs designed to protect and improve water resources.

  4. Wetlands Conservation Act (WCA)

    The Wetland Conservation Act achieves the purpose by requiring persons proposing to impact a wetland by draining, excavating, or filling to first attempt to avoid the impact; second, attempt to minimize the impact; and, finally, replace any impacted area with another wetland of equal function and value.