Water Conservation

Strive for 25As many of you are aware, the State of California is experiencing a devastating drought and statewide water supplies are very limited.  In response to this critical situation, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued an Executive Order, on April 1, 2015, directing the State Water Resources Control Board (Water Board) to impose restrictions on Urban Water Suppliers to achieve a 25 percent reduction in statewide potable usage through February 2016.  As a result, the Water Board adopted Resolution No. 2015-0032 – Emergency Regulation for Statewide Urban Water Conservation, on May 5, 2015.  In summary, the recently adopted regulation requires the District to reduce potable water consumption by 25%.

Therefore, the District is asking you to join us in our “Strive for 25” campaign and reduce potable water consumption by 25%.  The major component of the campaign is the implementation of Potable Water Conservations Measures for 2015.  The adopted measures are provided below for your reference.  Please read over the measures carefully, as they are enforceable starting on June 1, 2015.  In addition to the adopted measures, SID has setup this dedicated webpage, where you can find valuable information about water conservation.  A dedicated hotline for water conservation concerns has also been established.  If you have a water conservation concern, you may fill out the online Water Conservation Concern form or you can call (707) 455-4050 to leave a voicemail and District staff will look into the concern.  

Thank you in advance for your dedication to water conservation and joining us in our “Strive for 25”.

SID Water Conservation Resources