The Lake County Water Resources Department invites you to fill out a two-minute survey to gauge the public's perceptions of the broken-down docks around Clear Lake. The results of this survey will be used to better advise Department staff on the topic and inform management of the shoreline.
Please click here for the survey.
Responses are anonymous and all information is kept confidential. The full privacy statement is available upon request. Thank you for helping us care for Clear Lake!
"If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water" -Loren Eiseley
Looking for a fun, exciting job that provides a valuable community service? Do you care about Clear Lake? Do you like being outdoors and hanging by the lake? Then we have a PERFECT job opportunity for you!!
We are currently looking for a few boat ramp monitors for our upper lake ramp locations. This is a county extra-help position limited to 24-hours a week with a $15.53 / hourly wage. We will train! You just have to show up and want to work for a better, healthier Clear Lake! To apply, please fill out the Extra-Help Application and email it to [email protected]. Please see here for the complete Job Description.
Water Resources is responsible for the preservation, health, and growth of Clear Lake, the largest fresh water lake in California. The two main branches of Water Resources are Lakebed Management and Lake County Watershed Protection District from which all of our programs and projects stem.
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