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  • A drought is a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall leading to a shortage of water. California is experiencing a severe drought; the first two months of 2022 were the driest January and February in California history.  Californians are adopting permanent changes to use water more wisely and preparing for frequent and persistent periods of limited water supply.  Water Conservation is an effective way to reduce demand on water supplies throughout the state, such that the State Water Board has emergency regulations that pertain to water conservation.   Also, did you know that conservation reduces the energy needed to pump, transport, treat and deliver water?  Please visit the link below to learn more about conserving water, policies & laws, assistance & resources, and water conservation reports & results.
    Water Conservation | California State Water Resources Control Board
  • Notice of Regional Board Member Tour of the Orange County Water District GWRS Recycled Water Facility, Orange County Water District on July 22, 2022
  • At the March 18, 2022 Regional Board meeting there were two interesting informational items and the links to the presentation are below.  The City of Anaheim discussed their proposed stormwater credit project as authorized under the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer permit in Orange County (City of Anaheim- Stormwater Credit Project).  The Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority discussed the results of their weather modification feasibility study and their proposed four-year pilot project (SAWPA- Weather Modification Study and Proposed Pilot Project).

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