> Current Drought Regulation and Restrictions
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> Water Conservation. It’s for life.
The drought emergency may be over but some prohibitions will continue.
Waterworks District 1’s goal is to reduce water use by 30%.
Waterworks District 17’s goal is to reduce water use by 25%.
Waterworks District 19’s goal is to reduce water use by 25%.
Waterworks District 38’s goal is to reduce water use by 25%.
A drought Level 2 has been declared. Please do your part, follow the emergency conservation regulations. REGULATIONS
to 5 minutes.
Saves up to 8 gallons each time.
Fix all leaking faucets, pipes, toilets, hoses, sprinklers, etc.
Saves up to 20 gallons per day.
Use a broom instead of a hose to clean driveways and sidewalks.
Saves up to 150 gallons each time.
Use water from a bucket to wash your car & save the hose for rinsing.
Saves up to 5 gallons each time.
There are many small changes you can make around your home that help make a big difference in saving California’s water. MORE TIPS
www.fcgma.org/about-fcgma Groundwater provides 67% of locally used water.
Agriculture accounts for 68% of the total demand.
https://water.usys.gov/edu/qa-home-percapita. It is estimated that each person uses about 80-100 gallons of water per day.
70% of California is now considered to be in “EXTREME DROUGHT”, with 46% considered to be in “EXCEPTIONAL DROUGHT”.
The average residential customer spends about 60% of their water on outdoor irrigation. Rebates are available per square foot of turf removed.
Please help us conserve water. If you have a water wasting incident to report, CONTACT US