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Water Conservation

On January 17, 2014, Gov. Brown declared a drought state of emergency and directed state officials to take all necessary actions in response. The drought continued through 2014 and 2015 with record low snowpack conditions. On March 17, 2015, the State Water Board expanded the emergency water conservation regulations with new restrictions aimed at achieving a statewide reduction in water usage.

Information on current drought conditions can be found here and on the CA Drought portal

Small changes in daily habits can make a big difference in water consumption. For water conservation tips, click hereSave our Water website is also a good location to learn new ways to conserve water.

Click on the colored areas in the map below or enter an address in the field on the right to find water conservation ideas and regulations in areas where you live or work. Related information is also accessible on the upper left side-bar of this page. NOTE: the rain-barrel rebates have expired and are no longer available.

Disclaimer: This page was prepared for informational purposes only. No liability is assumed for the accuracy of the data on this page or in the links provided.
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Water Supply Drainages

American Canyon Water Service District

Calistoga Water Service District

Circle Oaks County Water District

City of Napa Water Service

Lake Berryessa ImprovementDistrict

Los Carneros Water District

Napa Berryessa Restort Improvement District

Putah Creek Watershed

Napa River Watershed & Napa-Sonoma Marshes

Spanish Flat Water District

St. Helena Water District

Yountville Water Service District