The District reviews its land holdings to identify any areas that may not be critical for floodplain management, aquifer recharge, and the protection of surface waters, wetlands, and springs. Such lands are declared surplus and either sold or exchanged on the private market or conveyed to other units of government. The proceeds of any sales and exchanges are dedicated to the acquisition of lands with higher water resource and conservation values.
Surplus District lands that are not needed for conservation or water resource development projects, invest revenue back into the District’s natural systems programs.
Frequently Asked Questions
See a listing of frequently asked questions.
Lands Declared Surplus
See a listing of lands declared surplus with links to tract maps and parcel assessments.
Click here to view the District Surplus Lands Dashboard.
Surplus Lands Program Listserv
Subscribe to the Surplus Lands Program listserv to receive an email when public meetings are scheduled and associated documents are added or updated on the website.
Notice of Intent to Sell
Santa Fe Oasis, Gilchrist County