The Ocean Hills housing community is considering more cost effective ways to water its greenbelts. Options on the table are connecting to city recycled water
Council members opted to follow state and local recommendations and agreed to reduce the drought response to Level 1.
Water is in supply for San Diego County residents thanks to billions of dollars in infrastructure creation and aggressive water reduction measures.
The “on” switch is being flipped on the water features of five San Marcos Parks after two years of being turned off due to drought.
The California State Water Resources Control Board approved May 18 a new approach to water conservation.
In the month of February, the Santa Fe Irrigation District (SFID) did not meet its state mandated water usage target.