Pure Water San Diego Program
The City of San Diego has limited local water sources and relies on importing approximately 85 to 90 percent of its water supply. In the past, importing water from the Colorado River and Northern California has been a low-cost, reliable option, but environmental stresses and court-ordered pumping restrictions have continued to reduce the amount of water that can be delivered to San Diego. These circumstances and the threat of further limitations on our water supplies have intensified the need for new sources of water. The City of San Diego is working to develop local solutions for future water supply reliability. The three-phased Pure Water San Diego Program is one of those solutions.
- Water Reuse Study (2004-2006)
- Recycled Water Study (PDF) (2009-2012)
- Water Purification Demonstration Project (2009-2013)
- Pure Water San Diego (2013 - Current)
For more information or inquiries about the program, please call (619) 533-7572 or email email@example.com.