Southern California continues to face significant water supply shortages. Drought conditions and environmental problems are reducing water deliveries to many cities, farms and businesses.
We will continue to see shortages even when normal rainfall returns due to the State’s population growth (estimated to reach 60 million by 2050). In addition, climate change is ushering in new uncertainties including longer periods of drought in the coming decades.
There is an immediate need for Californians to reduce their water use, and the best way to do this is to CONSERVE. The following link provides a variety of Downloadable Conservation Materials for residents, businesses, students, restaurants, and hotels.