2015 Drought Update: A potentially challenging year ahead
After the driest three-year period on record for California, statewide water supply conditions are among the most challenging in decades – and projections are for the drought to persist or intensify across large parts of the state.
If conditions don’t improve this winter, the Metropolitan Water District, the region's largest water supplier, will likely ration water deliveries to local agencies.
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When in drought, call the Girl Scouts!
Armed with a mission and a timely message, Girl Scout Brownies from Troop 1165 will go door-to-door in San Marcos on Sunday, December 28 to remind residents to “save water every day, every way.”
FREE waterwise landscape workshop - January 17
Want to learn how to survive the drought by reducing your landscape water usage? Come join us for this FREE workshop.
Vallecitos swears in new Board members
On December 10, 2014, Craig Elitharp, James Hernandez and Mike Sannella were sworn in as Directors. Director Betty Evans was appointed 2015 Board President and Director Sannella was appointed Board Vice President.
Winter watering restrictions
Just a reminder that from November to May, outdoor watering is limited to once a week as stated in Vallecitos' mandatory Drought Level 2 restrictions.
Jan17FREE Waterwise garden worskhop
Saturday, Jan 17