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  • California Code of Regulations, Title 23

    (http://ccr.oal.ca.gov)

    Excerpts of Divisions 3-5 Applicable to the Administration of Water Rights

    (Current as of January 1, 2018)

    JANUARY 2018

    CALIFORNIA STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL

    http://ccr.oal.ca.gov/

  • STATE OF CALIFORNIA Jerry Brown, Governor

    STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD

    Felicia Marcus, Chair Stephen Moore, Vice Chair

    Tam Doduc, Member Dorene DAdamo, Member Joaquin Esquivel, Member

    Eileen Sobeck, Executive Director

    Jonathan Bishop, Chief Deputy Director Eric Oppenheimer, Chief Deputy Director

    Compiled by the Office of Chief Counsel

    For additional copies or further information, contact the State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Rights

    (916) 341-5300

    dwr@waterboards.ca.gov

    mailto:dwr@waterboards.ca.gov

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    California State Water Resources Control Board

    STATE WATER RESOURCES

    CONTROL BOARD AND CALIFORNIA REGIONAL WATER

    QUALITY CONTROL BOARDS

    The State Water Resources Control Board was established in 1967 by the Legislature. The Board succeeded to the functions of the former State Water Rights Board and the State Water Quality Control Board. The nine California Regional Water Quality Control Boards were originally established in the Dickey Water Pollution Control Act of 1949. Together the ten water boards have primarily responsibility for implementing and enforcing the Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act. This pamphlet contains portions of the California Code of Regulations applicable to the State Water Resources Control Boards administration of water rights. The State Water Resources Control Board publishes this collection as part of its public information program. This booklet is provided as a public service. While every effort is made to assure accuracy, persons should consult the official version of the California Code of Regulations when making legal decisions. The Office of Administrative Law maintains the official code of regulations, which is accessible on the Internet at:

    http://ccr.oal.ca.gov/.

    http://ccr.oal.ca.gov/

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    TITLE 23, DIVISIONS 3-5, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS JANUARY 2018

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    California State Water Resources Control Board

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Table of Contents __________________________________ iii

    Title 23. Waters ___________________________________ 1

    Division 3. State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Boards __________________________ 1 Chapter 1. General Provisions ________________________________ 1

    Article 1. Definitions _____________________________________ 1 640. Definitions. ___________________________________ 1

    Article 2. Purpose, Use and Effect of Regulations ______________ 1 641. Purpose. ______________________________________ 1 641.1. Use and Effect. _______________________________ 2

    Article 3. Official Records _________________________________ 2 Article 4. Meeting Notice and Agenda Requirements ___________ 2 Article 5. Conflict of Interest _______________________________ 2

    644. State Board Membership. ________________________ 2 644.1. Regional Water Quality Control Board Membership. _ 2 644.2. Significant Portion of Income. ___________________ 3 644.3. Persons Subject to Requirements and Applicant. ____ 3 644.4. Income. _____________________________________ 3 644.5. Direct or Indirect Income. ______________________ 4 644.6. Board Members Statement of Employment. _______ 4

    Article 6. State Water Resources Control Board - Conflict of Interest Code _______________________________________________ 4

    Chapter 1.5. Rules of Practice and Procedure ____________________ 6 Article 1. Meetings _______________________________________ 6

    647. Purpose. ______________________________________ 6 647.1. Scheduling. __________________________________ 6 647.2. Notice and Agenda Requirements. _______________ 7 647.3. Public Comments. ____________________________ 8 647.4. Recording of Meetings. ________________________ 8 647.5. Minutes of Meetings. __________________________ 8

    Article 2. Adjudicative Proceedings__________________________ 9 648. Laws Governing Adjudicative Proceedings. __________ 9 648.1. Parties and Other Interested Persons. ___________ 10 648.2. Official Notice. ______________________________ 11 648.3. Evidence by Reference. _______________________ 11 648.4. Identification of Witnesses; Presubmission and Presentation of Testimony and Exhibits. _________________ 12

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    TITLE 23, DIVISIONS 3-5, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS JANUARY 2018

    648.5. Order of Proceedings. ________________________ 13 648.5.1. Rules of Evidence. __________________________ 14 648.6. Alternative Dispute Resolution. _________________ 14 648.7. Informal Hearings. ___________________________ 15 648.8. Enforcement Orders and Sanctions. _____________ 16

    Article 3. Rulemaking and Informational Proceedings __________ 17 649. Scope. ______________________________________ 17 649.1. Rulemaking Proceedings. ______________________ 17 649.2. Notice of Informational Proceedings. ____________ 17 649.3. Order of Procedure. __________________________ 17 649.4. Prepared Written Evidence. ____________________ 18 649.5. Questioning. ________________________________ 18

    Article 4. Subpoenas ____________________________________ 18 649.6. Subpoenas. _________________________________ 18

    Chapter 2. Appropriation of Water ___________________________ 19 Article 1. General Provisions ______________________________ 19

    650. Application for Water. __________________________ 19 651. Policy. _______________________________________ 19 652. Application Must Be Accompanied by Minimum Filing Fee. ______________________________________________ 20 652.5. Application Fees for Small Hydroelectric Projects. __ 20 653. Applications for Water Where an Existing Right Is Claimed. __________________________________________ 20 654. Documents That Must Be Sworn To. ______________ 20 654.4. Policy. _____________________________________ 21

    Article 2. Definitions ____________________________________ 21 Subarticle 1. General ________________________________ 21 655. Application. __________________________________ 21 656. Complete and Incomplete Applications. ___________ 21 657. Regulation of Water. ___________________________ 22 657.1. Recreational Reservoirs for Subdivisions. _________ 22 657.2. Stockwatering Reservoirs. _____________________ 22 658. Storage of Water. _____________________________ 23 Subarticle 2. Beneficial Uses __________________________ 23 659. Beneficial Use of Water. ________________________ 23 660. Domestic Uses. _______________________________ 23 661. Irrigation Use. ________________________________ 23 662. Power Use. ___________________________________ 24 662.5. Frost Protection Use. _________________________ 24 663. Municipal Use. ________________________________ 24 664. Mining Use. __________________________________ 24 665. Industrial Use. ________________________________ 25

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    California State Water Resources Control Board

    666. Fish and Wildlife Preservation and Enhancement Use. 25 667. Aquaculture Use. ______________________________ 25 667.5. Fish and Wildlife Protection and Enhancement. ____ 26 668. Recreational Use. _____________________________ 26 668.5. Water Quality Use. ___________________________ 26 669. Stockwatering Use. ____________________________ 26 669.5. Name and Address of Applicant. ________________ 27 670. Water Quality Use. ____________________________ 27 670.5. Supplement to Application May Be Required. _____ 27 670.6. Instream Beneficial Use Assessment. ____________ 27 671. Frost Protection Use. ___________________________ 28 672. Heat Control Use. _____________________________ 28 673. General Requirements. _________________________ 28 674. Requirements for Irrigation Purposes. _____________ 28

    Article 3. How Applications Are Processed ___________________ 28 675. Substantial Compliance. ________________________ 28 676. Filing Fees. ___________________________________ 29 677. Application Fees for Small Hydroelectric Projects. ___ 29 678. Determination of Completeness. _________________ 30 679. Cancellation of Application. _____________________ 30 680. Applications Not Made in a Bona Fide Attempt to Conform to Rules and Law. ___________________________ 30 681. Time to Complete and Extensions Thereof. _________ 31 682. Additional Information. _________________________ 31 683. Supplemental Information. ______________________ 32 684. Issuance of Notice. ____________________________ 32 685. Effect of Issuance of Notice. _____________________ 33

    Article 4. Requirements for Separate Applications and Joint Applications ________________________________________ 33

    686. Separate Applications for Consumptive and Nonconsumptive Uses._______________________________ 33 687. Separate Application for Each Diversion. ___________ 34 688. Separate Applications for Separately Owned Places of Use. ______________________________________________ 34 689. Separate Application for Frost Protection. __________ 34 690. Application by an Agency Representing Users Within a Combined Place of Use. ______________________________ 35 691. Joint Applications. _____________________________ 35 692. Definitions. __________________________________ 36 692.3. Determination of Completeness. _______________ 36 692.5. Additional Information. _______________________ 36 692.7. Supplemental Information. ____________________ 36

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    TITLE 23, DIVISIONS 3-5, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS JANUAR