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City of Oceanside Current Drought Status Information
Welcome to Save Our Water
This section of the Water Utilities website is focused on providing you with the latest information on the City of Oceanside's response to the Governor's recent State of Emergency proclamation regarding California's drought. Please check back frequently as the City's drought status, programs, and rebate opportunities may change. If you would like to be on our email list to receive information on upcoming events, workshops, and water news, please click on the link below:
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Summary of Governor's Message and City of Oceanside Response
Friday, January 17, 2014
Governor Brown requests a voluntary 20% reduction in water use. What can Oceanside residents do?
With 2013 being the driest year in California's recorded history, and an expectation of a third consecutive dry year in 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. proclaimed a State of Emergency on January 17, 2014 to focus Californians’ attention on the need to conserve water. The Governor called for a voluntary statewide 20 percent reduction in water use.
At this time, there are no mandatory cutbacks or drought restrictions in Oceanside. Customers are urged to use water wisely and to be proactive with their conservation practices so that water is not wasted.
Please visit the other pages of this water saver section of our website for upcoming workshops, rebates, and other tips for saving water.
| || ||Link to Governor Brown's January 17 speech and the Emergency Drought Proclamation |
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| || ||Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued an executive order to strengthen the state's ability to manage water and habitat effectively in drought conditions and called on all Californians to redouble their efforts to conserve water. Read the full text of the executive order |
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| || ||More regional and state-wide information about the California drought. |