Lower Platte South
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Lincoln's Salt Creek Levee Trail is closed, from "O" Street to Line Drive and is expected to remain closed through April, while a crew replaces a drainage pipe through the levee. Learn More

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Next NRD Board Meeting:
Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 7pm at the NRD office.
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NRD Board Adopts Water Plan

The Board of Directors has responded to concerns expressed in February by several irrigators and eliminated possible funding through an occupation tax in a voluntary Integrated Management Plan adopted March 19. The plan, 18-months in the making, is designed to manage ground water and surface water to a sustainable balance that supports economic viability, environmental sustainability and safety. It is meant to be a useful tool in identifying available water supplies and managing water quantity to meet future water needs in the District.

The NRD thanks all who helped develop the plan, including our 20-member stakeholder group, focus group members, all who submitted input online through virtual town hall meetings, the web, social media and at public hearings and workshops. We feel the development of the Plan was truly an open process resulting in a valuable tool that will serve the District for many years to come.


Ground Water Annual Review

The NRD Board received its annual update of District ground water activities when it met March 19. The Ground Water Annual Review includes results of NRD well monitoring for quality and quantity, information about each specially designated area of management in the District, statistics about NRD cost-sharing programs, water well permits, complaints, educational activities and more.

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