California's Drought Is Over!City Council adopted a resolution at their July 18, 2017, meeting ending the Level 1 Water Supply Watch Alert and returning the City to its standard Permanent Water Conservation Requirements (FVMC 14.18.040), effective July 19, 2017. This action was in response to Governor Brown's Executive Order B-40-17 which declared an end to California's drought state of emergency after a very wet winter that improved the State's water supplies.
For more information about the City's current water conservation requirements visit our Water Restrictions page.
Make Conservation a California Way of Life
Although the drought is over, the State and City encourage everyone to "Make Conservation a California Way of Life" by continuing the water-wise practices they adopted during the drought, including limiting watering to no more that 3 days a week.
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Additional Water Conservation Information
- Water Waste Report - Reports about water waste may be filed in person, by phone during normal business hours or online by clicking this LINK.
- Water Restrictions - Learn about the City's standard Water Conservation Regulations and how they affect you.
- FAQs About Water Restrictions - Got questions? Read through our Frequently Asked Questions about the City's Water Conservation Regulations to get answers.
- Water Customer Portal - Monitor your water consumption data online and sign up to receive email alerts.
- Water Efficiency Rebates - Learn about rebates available to help you conserve water and save money.
- Water Conservation Tips - Our water situation is serious, but you can help by following these simple water saving tips.
- Turf Removal - Learn how to dramatically reduce outdoor water use by replacing turf with California friendly plants.
- How to Garden in a Drought - Get some helpful tips on how to help your landscape survive drought conditions and conserve water .
- Lawn Tips in a Drought - Keep you lawn healthy and looking good with these helpful tips.
- Help Trees Survive Drought - Find out how you can help trees during drought conditions.
- Water Supply - Find out where our water supply comes from.
- California State Drought Information Website