Residents can apply for well testing online or call/email for help through management zone websites.
Management zones are based on groundwater subbasins including the Turlock, Modesto, Chowchilla, Kaweah, Tule and Kings subbasins. To find out if you live within a management zone, you can enter your address into THIS INTERACTIVE MAP.
Residents of Tulock/Modesto subbasins, which generally includes western Stanislaus County, can apply HERE, call (209) 750-3867 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents of Chowchilla subbasin, which generally includes western Madera County, can apply HERE, call (559) 373-7399 or email: email@example.com
Residents of Kings subbasin, which generally includes central Fresno and eastern Kings Counties, can apply HERE, call (559) 549-674 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents of Kaweah subbasin, which generally includes northwestern Tulare County, can apply HERE, call (559) 325-4463 or email: email@example.com
Residents of Tule subbasin, which generally includes southwestern Tulare County, can apply HERE, call (559) 429-6970 or email: admin@TuleMZ.com
When Sandra Chavez’ mother discovered she had stage four cancer last year, one of Sandra’s first thoughts was about their water. Her family’s private well is contaminated with nitrates and Chavez wondered if years of drinking the water could have caused her mother’s sickness.
Chavez and her family have relied on bottled water since they found out their well water was unsafe in 2015. But sometimes they don’t have enough and are forced to drink…
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