Dive into San Diego County’s fascinating water history by reading the new edition of To Quench a Thirst, an action-packed book filled with brightly colored-images, editors notes and fun facts.
Learn how to create your own WaterSmart landscape with free three-hour classes.
Thanks to a decades-long supply diversification strategy, San Diego County has reliable supplies to meet demands in Water Year 2024.
Upgrade your landscape with native and low-water plants and take advantage of free resources and rebates.
Safe, reliable and affordable water is a fundamental public service provided by the Water Authority and its 24 member agencies.
Over the past year, the Water Authority Board and staff met numerous challenges with a collaborative approach for the good of the San Diego County community.
Despite complex and challenging circumstances throughout Fiscal Year 2021, the Water Authority maintained focus on its highest goal: working with and for its member agencies to ensure continued delivery of reliable water supplies and continued efforts to maintain those supplies for the long-term.
Poseidon Water and the San Diego County Water Authority issued the following joint statement in response to emergency response efforts following the recent oil spill off the coast of Orange County. No oil has been detected by the plant’s monitoring system.
A digital, interactive water education workbook is now available for elementary students. Join Blue’s journey to learn about the water cycle, San Diego County’s water supplies, bodies of water, water-use efficiency, and more.
The San Vicente Energy Storage Facility is one of the most promising pumped energy storage solutions in California.