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MOORPARK CALIFORNIA

To our Moorpark customers, in order to meet State mandates and to avoid potential surcharges from the Calleguas Municipal Water District (the District’s water wholesaler) we are required to reduce overall water use by 30% in accordance with Governor Edmund G. Brown’s April 1, 2015, Executive Order.
Keep up with the District’s water saving progress and water source levels below:

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER ALLOCATION REDUCTIONS AND RATE INCREASE FOR MOORPARK

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 1 – MOORPARK

 

2015 Agricultural Water Management Plan

The emergency regulation adopted by the State Water Resources Control Board on May 5, 2015, and extended on February 11, 2016, allows the District to subtract water delivered for commercial agriculture from the total water production if the District meets certain conditions. One of these conditions is that the District submit an Agricultural Water Management Plan (AWMP) – a detailed drought management plan describing the actions and measures the District will take to manage water demand during water supply shortages and/or drought conditions. The District’s 2015 AWMP was approved and adopted by the Ventura County Board of Supervisors on February 2, 2016. Excluding  water delivered for commercial agriculture has the effect of reducing the volume of water that must be conserved to meet the District’s 30% water conservation standard. Click on 2015 AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN  to review the plan.

2015 Urban Water Management Plan

Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1 (VCWWD No. 1) has prepared a 2015 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) to support its long-term resource planning, and ensure that adequate water supplies are available to meet existing and future water demands for the next 20 years. The UWMP is prepared every five years and submitted to the California Department of Water Resources.  Every urban water supplier who produces over 3,000 acre-feet of water per year and serves over 3,000 urban connection, is required to prepare a plan. The 2015 UWMP was approved and adopted by the Ventura County Board of Supervisors on June 14, 2016. Click here to review the VCWWD No. 1 2015 Urban Water Management Plan.

HELP US SLOW OUR H20 BY 30%

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  • LOCAL WATER SUPPLY

  • IMPORTED WATER SUPPLY

 

CLICK HERE     TO READ THE WATER QUALITY REPORT FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 1 – MOORPARK

BELL CANYON CALIFORNIA

To our Bell Canyon customers, in order to meet State mandates and to avoid potential surcharges from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, we are required to reduce overall water use by 25% in accordance with Governor Edmund G. Brown’s April 1, 2015, Executive Order. Keep up with the District’s water saving progress and water source levels below:

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 17 – BELL CANYON

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER ALLOCATION REDUCTIONS AND RATE INCREASE FOR BELL CANYON

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE HOA DROUGHT PRESENTATION FOR BELL CANYON

HELP US SLOW OUR H20 BY 25%

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  • IMPORTED WATER SUPPLY

 

CLICK HERE     TO READ THE WATER QUALITY REPORT FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 17 – BELL CANYON

SOMIS CALIFORNIA

To our Somis customers, in order to meet State mandates and to avoid potential surcharges from the Calleguas Municipal Water District (the District’s water wholesaler) we are required to reduce overall water use by 25% in accordance with Governor Edmund G. Brown’s April 1, 2015, Executive Order. Keep up with the District’s water saving progress and water source levels below:

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 19 – SOMIS

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER ALLOCATION REDUCTIONS AND RATE INCREASE FOR SOMIS

HELP US SLOW OUR H20 BY 25%

moorpark

  • LOCAL WATER SUPPLY

  • IMPORTED WATER SUPPLY

 

 

CLICK HERE     TO READ THE WATER QUALITY REPORT FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO.19 – SOMIS

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LAKE SHERWOOD CALIFORNIA

To our Lake Sherwood customers, in order to meet State mandates and to avoid potential surcharges from the Calleguas Municipal Water District (the District’s water wholesaler) we are required to reduce overall water use by 25% in accordance with Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.’s  April 1, 2015, Executive Order.

As of December 2015, the District has failed to meet the State’s water conservation goal of 25%. On January 22, 2016, the District received a Notice of Violation from the State Water Resources Control Board informing the District that it may be subject to civil liability of up to $500 per day for each day the violation continues. In light of the current situation, the District is now instituting a mandatory two (2) days per week irrigation schedule effective immediately.

 

A “Notice of New Mandatory Outdoor Water Schedule” was sent to District customers on February 8, 2016.

Keep up with the District’s water saving progress and water source levels below:

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 38 – LAKE SHERWOOD

CLICK HERE     TO REVIEW THE NOTICE OF PROPOSED WATER ALLOCATION REDUCTIONS AND RATE INCREASE FOR LAKE SHERWOOD

HELP US SLOW OUR H20 BY 25%

lake sherwood

  • IMPORTED WATER SUPPLY

 

CLICK HERE     TO READ THE WATER QUALITY REPORT FOR WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO.38 – LAKE SHERWOOD