• THE SALTON SEA AUTHORITY

    DEDICATED TO UNITING SALTON SEA STAKEHOLDERS

    IN ORDER TO SECURE A HEALTHY, PROSPEROUS SALTON SEA.

  • THE SALTON SEA AUTHORITY

    STRIVING TO PROTECT HUMAN HEALTH,

    RESTORE HEALTHY HABITAT, AND REVITALIZE THE ECONOMY OF THE SALTON SEA AREA.

  • THE SALTON SEA AUTHORITY

    FOCUSED ON PARTNERING WITH THE STATE, FEDERAL,

    AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ALONG WITH OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO ACHIEVE OUR GOALS.

Prop 68 passage accelerates progress at Salton Sea

Approval of Proposition 68 by California voters on June 5th grants $200 Million toward projects that will accelerate progress at the Salton Sea. For more information click on the link below:

Prop 68 news release
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HISTORIC PROGRESS AT THE SALTON SEA

The Salton Sea Authority, in partnership with the Torres Martinez Tribe, has delivered the first state-funded project ever completed at the Salton Sea — a wetlands on tribal land. Like other recent SSA projects delivered under contract with the state, this project was completed on time and under budget. The wetlands will provide valuable habitat and dust control to Salton Sea playa on Torres Martinez land.

More important for future progress at the Sea, this project demonstrates a successful model for efficient and effective implementation of projects at the Sea.

Donate to the "Revive the Salton Sea" Fund

This is a voluntary tax contribution fund in which people can donate a portion of their tax returns to the Salton Sea. Contributions will be used for the restoration and maintenance of the Salton Sea and to develop a mechanism to provide ongoing public awareness.

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Legislation and Grants

The latest legislation and grants to impact the Salton Sea
Proposition 1 Water Bond
$80.5 million allocated in the Governor’s budget for the Salton Sea.
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Natural Resources Conservation Service
Regional Conservation Partnership Program – $7.5 million Salton Sea Agricultural Wetlands Habitat Program allocated to the Salton Sea Authority.
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California Wildlife Conservation Board
$14 million grant for Salton Sea wetland habitat restoration.
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Water Resources Development Act
$30 M authorized for Army Corps of Engineers to work at Salton Sea with SSA designated as the preferred non-federal partner.
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Browse Photos of all the Wonders the Salton Sea holds

From sunrises to sunsets, from the North Shore to the Desert Shores, feast your eyes on images from the Salton Sea.

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Contact Us

The Salton Sea Authority

ADDRESS

82995 Hwy 111, Suite 200
Indio, CA 92201

Phone

(760) 863-2695