District Name Dixon Resource Conservation District
District Contact/Manager John Currey
Street Address 1170 North Lincoln Street, Suite 110
Dixon, CA 95620
Phone Number (707) 678 - 1655
Website Addresswww.dixonrcd.org
District Size114,968 acres
Year District Formed September 2, 1952
Meetings The Dixon RCD holds meetings on the Second Wednesday of each month at 6:00pm during spring, summer, and fall. Winter meetings are the second wednesday of each month at 12:00pm. Call to confirm time and location.
District Overview

The Dixon RCD was originally formed to construct, operate, and maintain the Dixon Drain. The Drain is a 70-mile long system of ditches designed to prevent or alleviate the flooding of agricultural lands.

The Dixon RCD acted as the sponsor and lead agency of the Drain, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service provided cost-sharing funds to farmers for the construction of the Drain.

The Dixon RCD oversees the operation and maintenance of the Dixon Drain, financed by a tax levied on all landowners within the District. The Drain, originally designed to remove only winter water, also collects irrigation tailwater in the spring and summer.

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