When in Drought

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After the driest three-year period on record for California, statewide water supply conditions are among the most challenging in decades, with the likelihood of water supply allocations in San Diego County in 2015 if conditions don't improve.

 

Each of the Water Authority’s 24 member agencies has enacted mandatory water-saving measures as part of the regional drought response plan. Countywide per capita water use is more than 20 percent below 2007 levels, but more needs to be done to maintain stored water reserves for the months ahead.

 

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The "When in Drought" campaign, which is supported by the Water Authority and its 24 member agencies, calls for our region to work together to save water every day in every way.

Use the links below to learn more about current water supply conditions, what you can do to help save water, and how our region’s water agencies are enhancing the reliability of our water supplies.

Thank you for your efforts to save water!
 

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This drought message is brought to you by the San Diego County Water Authority and the San Diego region's water agencies.
 

 

Partial funding for the When in Drought campaign was provided by a grant from the state Department of Water Resources. 
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