Water Conservation

Save Water Now, Learn How!

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 and see the links for additional information and resources to help you comply with City of Oceanside drought restrictions.

Drought Notice

On July 15, the State of California approved statewide, mandatory emergency drought measures.  In response, the Oceanside City Council will consider a recommendation to declare a Level 2 Drought Alert at the August 6 City Council meeting.   If adopted, mandatory water use restrictions will become effective in Oceanside on August 16.  The complete City of Oceanside drought ordinance can be found here.

Take advantage of the many rebates and programs that are available to help you save money and water.  Links for residential, commercial and HOA customers are provided on this website.

City of Oceanside Final Water Conservation Master Plan  (5.9 MB)