Drought Information and Resources
Permanent Water Use Restrictions
Currently, the City of San Diego is on Level 1 Drought Watch, which includes several water-use recommendations in addition to year-round city and state permanent mandatory restrictions designed to keep water conservation as a permanent way of life in San Diego.
- San Diego County Water Authority
- Water Conservation Garden
- California Department of Water Resources Drought Information
- Be Water Wise, Metropolitan Water District and the Family of Southern California Water Agencies
- Save Our Water Program
- The Nifty Fifty Plants for California Friendly Landscapes
- How to Maintain Your Trees During a Drought
- California Landscape Contractors Association Water Management Conservation Program
- California Invasive Plant Council
- Keep it in the Garden: Protect California's Natural Habitats Brochure, courtesy of the U.C. Cooperative Extension.
- Learn how to have a Water Saver Home, courtesy of the California Urban Water Conservation Council(requires Macromedia Flash player)
- Sunset Magazine's "Easy Water-Wise Gardening"
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- Water Education Foundation's Conservation Tips
- Water: H2O=Life, American Museum of Natural History
- WaterSense at Work: Best Management Practices for Commercial and Institutional Facilities
Report water waste by calling (619) 533-5271 or email [email protected]
General Water Conservation Information: (619) 533-7485