Temporary Water Restrictions
Mokelumne River - San Joaquin County
Waterway is now open to recreational boating, including rafting.
Public agencies may apply for grants to remove, store and dispose of abandoned recreational vessels and other navigational hazards.Aquatic Centers
Universities, colleges, local public and nonprofits are eligible to receive grants to fund classroom and on-the-water safety education.Boat Launching Facilities
Local public entities may apply for grants to plan, design, renovate, and construct launching ramps and facilities for motorized and non-motorized boats.Boating Law Enforcement Grant Program
Local governmental agencies may apply for grants to purchase boats, equipment, dive gear, etc.Boating Safety and Enforcement Financial Aid Program
Local governmental agencies may apply for grants to purchase boats, boat patrol equipment, dive gear, etc., as well as fund training, law enforcement personnel, search and rescue operations, etc.
Grants are available to public entities to plan, design and restore public beaches.National Boating Infrastructure
Local public agencies may apply for grants to provide transient (guest) dockage for recreational boats 26 feet or more in length.Quagga and Zebra Mussel Prevention Grant
Any person who owns or manages a reservoir that is open to the public and is not currently infested with the Dreissenid Mussel may apply for grants to be reimbursed for costs related to an infestation prevention program.Vessel Pumpout Stations
Funds the placement of vessel pumpout stations.Vessel Turn-In Program
Public agencies may apply for funds to run a program in which dilapidated vessels are voluntarily surrendered to them by owners.
Local private entities may apply for funding to plan, design, renovate and construct small craft harbors, marinas, dry storage facilities and fund emergency repairs.Public Marinas
Local public entities may apply for funding to plan, design, renovate and construct small craft harbors, marinas, dry storage facilities and fund emergency repairs.