When in Drought

After three straight dry winters and record-breaking heat in the first half of 2014, California’s water supply situation is becoming more serious each day.

 

The San Diego County Water Authority’s Board of Directors on July 24 called for mandatory water conservation measures across the region in response to worsening drought conditions and the need to save storage reserves for 2015.

 

Mandatory Water-Use Restrictions Are in Effect!


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.
 


Click image above to view more details on drought in California and the west.

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!

Conservation Tips,
Programs, & Rebates

 

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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