Friant Water Authority manages delivery of San Joaquin River water supplies via the Friant-Kern Canal on behalf of Friant Division Contractors of the federal Central Valley Project. These deliveries are subject to the Bureau of Reclamation's ability to satisfy the senior water rights of the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors through supplies delivered from the Delta and other sources. To assist and inform member agencies of the status, trends, and issues that affect Friant Division contractors and the communities that depend on the San Joaquin River, the Authority monitors and reports on a range of topics available here.
Friant water Update
The Friant Water Report provides a weekly update and analysis of current and likely future conditions associated with water supply reliability to Friant Water Authority member agencies. To subscribe to this report click HERE.
Wednesday water data report
Published weekly, this report provides extensive tabular data of water supplies, reservoir operations, crop data, precipitation and other factors.
Link provides the Bureau of Reclamation's daily Millerton Lake Daily Operations Report.
Link provides the Bureau of Reclamation's daily South of Delta Daily Operations Report.
Other important documents
Bureau of Reclamation
- 2018 Rescheduling Guidelines for Storage in Millerton Lake (February 26, 2018)
- SJRRP 2018 Restoration Allocation & Default Flow Schedule
- Central Valley Project Schedule of Irrigation Project Use Energy, Contract, Cost of Service, and Full Cost Water Rates (Jan. 16, 2018)
- Rescheduling Guidelines for Federal Share of Storage in the San Luis Reservoir (Dec. 12, 2017)