BUREAU OF CANNABIS CONTROL § 5503. Supplemental Water Source Information

§ 5503. Supplemental Water Source Information

The following information shall be provided for each water source identified by the applicant:
(a) Retail water supply sources:
(1) If the water source is a retail supplier, such as a municipal provider, as defined in Section
13575 of the Water Code, identify the retail water supplier.
(2) If the water source is a small retail supplier, such as a delivery service, and is subject to
subdivision (a)(1)(B) of Section 26060.1 of the Business and Professions Code:
(A) And if the contract is for delivery or pickup of water from a surface water body or an
underground stream flowing in a known and definite channel, provide all of the following:
(i) The name of the contract water supplier;
(ii) The geographic location coordinates in either latitude and longitude or the California
Coordinate System of any point of diversion used by the contract water supplier to divert water
delivered to the applicant under the contract;
(iii) The authorized place of use for any water right used by the contract water supplier to divert
water delivered to the applicant under the contract; and
(iv) The maximum amount of water delivered to the applicant for cannabis cultivation in any
year.
(B) And if the contract is for delivery or pickup of water from a groundwater well, provide all of
the following:
(i) The name of the contract water supplier;
(ii) The geographic location coordinates for any groundwater well used to supply water delivered
to the applicant, in either latitude and longitude or the California Coordinate System;
(iii) The maximum amount of water delivered to the applicant for cannabis cultivation in any
year; and
(iv) A copy of the well log filed with the Department of Water Resources pursuant to Section
13751 of the Water Code for each percolating groundwater well used to divert water delivered to
the applicant. If no well log is available, the applicant shall provide evidence from the
Department of Water Resources indicating that the Department of Water Resources does not
have a record of the well log. When no well log is available, the State Water Resources Control
Board may request additional information about the well.
(b) If the water source is a groundwater well:
(1) The groundwater well’s geographic location coordinates in either latitude and longitude or
the California Coordinate System; and
(2) A copy of the well log filed with the Department of Water Resources pursuant to Section
13751 of the Water Code. If no well log is available, the applicant shall provide evidence from
the Department of Water Resources indicating that the Department of Water Resources does not
have a record of the well log. If no well log is available, the State Water Resources Control
Board may request additional information about the well.
(c) If the water source is a rainwater catchment system:
(1) The total square footage of the catchment footprint area(s);
(2) The total storage capacity, in gallons, of the catchment system(s); and
(3) A detailed description of the type, nature, and location of each catchment surface. Examples
of catchment surfaces include a rooftop and greenhouse.
(d) If the water source is a diversion from a waterbody:
(1) Provide any applicable statement, application, permit, license, or small irrigation use
registration identification number(s); and either
(A) A copy of any applicable registrations, permits, or licenses or proof of a pending application,
issued under Part 2 (commencing with Section 1200) of Division 2 of the Water Code as
evidence of approval of a water diversion by the State Water Resources Control Board;
(B) A copy of any statements of diversion and use filed with the State Water Resources Control
Board before October 31, 2017, detailing the water diversion and use; or
(C) A copy of documentation submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board before
October 31, 2017, demonstrating that the diversion is authorized under a riparian right and that
no diversion occurred in any calendar year between January 1, 2010, and January 1, 2017.
(2) If the applicant has claimed an exception from the requirement to file a statement of diversion
and use, the applicant shall provide a copy of the documentation submitted to the State Water
Resources Control Board before January 1, 2019, demonstrating that the diversion is subject to
subdivision (a), (c), (d), or (e) of Section 5101 of the Water Code.

Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 26050, 26051.5
and 26070, Business and Professions Code; and Section 13149, Water Code.

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