Oceanside Drought Response

   Drought Restrictions Now in Effect
  City of Oceanside Drought Response Ordinance Acrobat icon (255.8 KB)
Current Drought Conditions
   

After three straight years of dry winters and record-breaking heat, the San Diego County Water Authority declared a Level 2 Drought Alert in July, triggering mandatory restrictions by local water agencies in the region, including the City of Oceanside.

Oceanside residents and businesses have done a commendable job saving water but we must do more. Click here for Ways to Save Water.

 

The San Diego County Water Authority and The U-T San Diego are teaming up again in 2015 to provide timely information about water conservation every Saturday in the Home and Garden section in the newspaper and online. The U-T will publish a question-and-answer column called "Dear Drought Fighter" to help San Diego Country residents make the most of limited water supplies during a severe statewide drought.

The column will feature a range of practicall ideas, resources, and tools to help reduce water use in homes and businesses. Residents may submit questions to the Water Authority at droughtfighter@sdcwa.org and will be eligible for free conservation devices and items such as shower times and soil moisture sensors.

 To view column online, please visit http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/feb/19/dear-drought-fighter-effort-save-water/