Drought Watch -- Water Conservation

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Stage 1 Water Shortage: 10% Voluntary Conservation

Due to improved water supplies, DSRSD has ended mandatory limits on water use. While the Tri-Valley is no longer in a drought emergency, DSRSD is asking customers to continue using water wisely, every day.

  • Keep water use at least 10 percent below 2013 levels
  • Monitor your water use on AquaHawk
  • Irrigate efficiently
  • Fix leaks immediately
  • Never waste water
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Drought FAQs

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • What are the current restrictions on water use?

  • What are the restrictions on outdoor watering?

  • Where is our water coming from this year?

  • Can I use potable water to wash pavement?

  • What are the rules regarding pools, spas, and fountains?

  • Can I wash my car?

  • My water bills have increased. Why?

  • Why did Zone 7 raise rates?

  • Did DSRSD’s water rates go up, too?

  • Why do you raise rates in a water shortage?

Learn More about California's Drought

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www.SaveOurWater.com - Drought facts, ways to save water, latest news from California's water agencies

California Drought Portal - Official information on state and federal responses to drought, photo gallery, assistance programs and other resources



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