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Water Quantity Management

Permit applications may be completed using forms幸运飞艇历史开奖记录苹果手机 available online.

Drought Management

DEC and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) are partners in evaluating hydrologic conditions across New York State.

Data evaluated to determine drought conditions:

  • Stream discharge
  • Water levels
  • Precipitation, and
  • Data from water-quality monitors

This information and additional information from other federal, state, and local agencies is used by DEC and the State Drought Management Task Force to evaluate regional conditions to determine drought stages. USGS tracks current (leaves DEC website).

Water Resources Law

幸运飞艇历史开奖记录苹果手机The Water Resources Law ( - leaves DEC website) was updated in 2011 to protect New York's waters, including the Great Lakes, by requiring a DEC permit for any type of water withdrawal system having the capacity to withdraw 100,000 gallons per day (GPD) or more of surface water or groundwater. The final implementing regulations ( - leaves DEC website) became effective April 1, 2013.

The law also requires statewide registration of existing agricultural withdrawals that are greater than 100,000 GPD (30 day average) and major basin幸运飞艇历史开奖记录苹果手机 water diversions of greater than 1,000,000 gpd.

幸运飞艇历史开奖记录苹果手机Please note that the new law eliminated and incorporated Titles 16 and 33 of the old law. Title 16 was "" (leaves DEC website). Title 33 was "" (leaves DEC website).

The law covers the following areas:

  • Non-Agricultural Water Withdrawal Reporting and Permitting
  • Agricultural Water Withdrawal Reporting, Registration and Permitting
  • Water Well Contractor Program
  • Drought Information
  • Water Conservation including a Water Conservation Manual
  • Interbasin Diversions and Registration
  • Long Island Well Program

Water Withdrawals in Kings, Queens, Nassau, & Suffolk Counties

Wells drilled in Kings, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties are administered through the Long Island Well Program ( - leaves DEC website). The Long Island Well Program regulates water withdrawals for any purpose, other than public water supply, when the total capacity of such a well or wells on one property is over 45 gallons per minute (GPM) (64,800 GPD). This includes wells for domestic supply, agriculture, irrigation, open loop geothermal systems, temporary or permanent dewatering wells, and others. Public Water Supply, surface water withdrawal systems, and dewatering systems that do not use well points but have the capacity to withdraw 100,000 GPD or more are regulated through the Water Withdrawal Program幸运飞艇历史开奖记录苹果手机 ( - leaves DEC website).

Water Well Contractor Program

(leaves DEC website) requires any business conducting "water well drilling activities" to register annually with DEC before doing business anywhere within the New York State.

Drillers and pump installers are required to:

Background

The preservation and protection of water resources is vital to New York's residents and businesses, who rely on these resources for drinking water supplies and to support agriculture, manufacturing, and other industries and recreation in the State. Aquatic and terrestrial flora and fauna are also dependent on these critical resources to maintain healthy populations. Pursuant to (leaves DEC website), DEC has been entrusted with the responsibility to conserve and control New York State's water resources for the benefit of all inhabitants of the State.


More about Water Quantity Management:

  • Water Withdrawal Permits and Reporting - The law requires any water withdrawal system with a capacity of 100,000 gallons per day or more to obtain a permit and send annual reports to the Department.
  • Agricultural Water Withdrawals - Guidance on agricultural withdrawal, registration, permitting, & reporting.
  • Long Island Water Withdrawals - Long Island Well Program information, reporting, and application guidance for water withdrawals. This page supplies specific reporting documents for Long Island permittees.
  • Forms and Tools for Water Withdrawal Permit Applications - Use the forms on this webpage to file an application for a water withdrawal for any type of facility including agricultural withdrawals. Also find information on conducting groundwater and surface water studies for water withdrawal applications.
  • Water Well Contractor Program - The NYS Water Well Driller Registration Law, as amended by the NYS Legislature in July 1999, requires any business conducting water well drilling activities to register annually with NYSDEC before doing business anywhere within the State of New York. Filing of preliminary notices and completion reports are also necessary. Licensing exams are required.
  • Drought - Current drought conditions, definition, stages and watershed-based drought management regions.
  • Water Use & Conservation - Information regarding water use and savings in New York State.
  • Interbasin Diversions & Registration - An interbasin diversion is a transfer of water between basins through any mechanism such as a pipe or canal and including a change in ground water flow caused by pumping. In New York, interbasin diversions in excess of an average of 1,000,000 gallons per day must be registered with the Department.
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