An adequate and reliable water supply is vital for the future of San Diego. The Public Utilities Department is actively pursuing ways to increase our water supplies and our options. This includes maximizing all local alternatives and reaching out to regional partners.
Urban Water Management Plan
- FY14 Annual Water Conservation Report
- FY13 Annual Water Conservation Report
- FY12 Annual Water Conservation Report
- 2002 Long-Range Water Resources Plan
- 2012 Long-Range Water Resources Plan
- 2005 Urban Water Management Plan
- 2010 Urban Water Management Plan
- Integrated Regional Water Management Plan
- Water Conservation Update FY2011
- Balboa Park Monitoring Well
- Pilot Production Wells
- San Pasqual Groundwater Management Plan
- San Pasqual Groundwater Management Plan Appendices
- Notice of intent regarding San Diego Formation Basin Boundaries : The City is considering applying to the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) for a scientific-based modification to the state-recognized boundaries of the San Diego Formation (SDF) aquifer. The proposed modification is designed to facilitate better and more coordinated management of the state’s water resources.