Public Tours

    Outreach tours

    Upcoming public tours

    The Sonoma County Water Agency is pleased to host public tours of the Russian River water supply system, Flood Protection Facilities, and our sanitation districts. If there are available upcoming tours dates, there will be a link to a form to sign up for a tour. You will be notified with additional details and directions once you have registered.





    Flood Protection Facility Tour

    At this time all current tour dates have been filled. Please sign up to receive the Water Agency's ENews to be notified of future public tours.

    The Sonoma County Water Agency invites our community to participate in a free half day tour of our regional flood protection facilities located throughout Sonoma County.  Attendees will learn about the operations and many benefits of flood protection facilities, such as Spring Lake and Matanzas Creek reservoirs.  Get your behind-the-scenes look at how flood protection efforts have shaped Sonoma County by signing up for a tour today.  Seats are reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis. 



    Russian River Water Supply System Tour

    The Sonoma County Water Agency invites the public to attend a free half day tour of the Russian River water supply system. Tour participants will visit facilities that divert, pump and treat the water delivered by the Water Agency to more than 600,000 residents in portions of Sonoma and Marin counties.  These facilities will include the rubber dam, the newly constructed fish ladder, infiltration ponds and water collector 6 – one of the largest water collector of its type in the world.

    Tour dates to be announced.

    Sign up for the Water Agency's ENews to receive notifications of upcoming tours.


    Sanitation Treatment Plant Tour

    Tour participants will get an in depth look at how their wastewater is cleaned and how this water is used once it is clean. Tours are one hour and thirty minutes in duration.

    • Tour dates to be announced



    For more information

    For more information on the above tours, please contact Sophie Hallam-Eames at (707) 524-6430 or .