Modified Non-Per Capita Conservation Program
The Modified Non-Per Capita Conservation Program (MNPCCP) is one of the regulatory programs for large municipal water providers in Active Management Areas. It is a performance-based program that requires participating providers to implement water conservation measures that result in water use efficiency in their service areas. All large municipal providers (cities, towns and private water companies serving more than 250 acre-feet per year) that do not have a Designation of Assured Water Supply (DAWS) and that are not regulated as a large untreated water provider or an institutional provider are required to participate.
Description, Guidance Document and Best Management Practices (BMPs)
Annual Progress Report
This report lists the large municipal providers participating in the current regulatory programs in each Active Management Area and provides details about the Modified Non-per Capita Conservation Program, incuding the best management practices (BMPs) selected.
January 20, 2009 Workshop for Providers
March 10, 2009 Workshop for Providers
Modification and Background Information
MNPCCP Advisory Committee
The Department established a Municipal BMP Advisory Committee to assist in the evaluation of the effectiveness of the program. The composition of the committee is based on stakeholder recommendations to include a mix of policy staff and conservation practitioners and:
The committee has met several times since the first meeting in October 2008 and has provided input on the guidance document, forms, educational workshops and materials. The committee continues to meet as necessary. Current committee members are listed in the table below.